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1. 2014-08-16 Curfew in riot-hit Missouri suburb Ferguson, Missouri
2. 2014-07-02 Tighter security for flights to US Washington
D. 2014-04-20 Boston set for emotional Marathon Boston
4. 2014-01-21 Obama offers security assistance to Putin as Olympic terror fears mount Washington
2013-11-21 U.S., Afghanistan agree security pact Washington
G. 2013-11-14 Agents 'removed from Obama guard' Washington
H. 2013-06-18 US surveillance 'foiled 50 plots' U.S. Congress
I. 2013-05-14 Obama says tax bias 'intolerable' Washington

Tighter security for flights to US
Curfew in riot-hit Missouri suburb Map of Ferguson Missouri


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Aug. 16   Missouri
  The governor of the state has declared a state of emergency in the St Louis suburb where a black teenager was shot dead by police last week


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Jul.2   Washington
  The homeland security department will put into place 'enhanced security measures' in certain overseas airports with direct flights to the US



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Nov.21   Washington
  The U.S. and Afghanistan have reached a deal on the final language of a bilateral security agreement, guiding the role of American troops
Nov.14   Washington   Agents 'removed from Obama guard'  Two US Secret Service agents have been removed from President Obama's security detail amid allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct Jun.18   U.S. Congress   US surveillance 'foiled 50 plots'  The head of America's electronic spying agency has told Congress surveillance programs leaked by Edward Snowden helped thwart 50 attacks since... May.14   Washington   Obama says tax bias 'intolerable'  US President Barack Obama has said the federal tax agency's targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny was 'ntolerable and inexcusa... Apr.24   Boston Boston manhunt officer remembered   Thousands of mourners have held a memorial for Sean Collier, a university police officer killed during the hunt for the Marathon bombing suspects

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Oct.9   Washington 'No warning' of Libyan US attack
  The Department of State has said it had no actionable intelligence about plans for last month's deadly attack on the American consulate in Libya Apr.27   Washington New rules for US Secret Service  The US Secret Service has tightened staff guidelines in an attempt to stop any repeat of the Colombia sex scandal Mar.22   Florida Florida police chief stands aside   Bill Lee criticised over the investigation into the shooting of an unarmed black teenager has announced he will temporarily step down

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Aug.26   UN   UN urges return to order in Libya
  UN chief Ban Ki-moon has called for the international community to work together to restore order in Libya and for fighting to end

year 2010 Top ^

Dec.5   USA   US 'vital facilities' list leaked
  A long list of key facilities around the world that the US describes as vital to its national security has been released by Wikileaks
Oct.20   North Mexico Woman, 20, Mexico town's top cop   Some headlines are hailing Valles Garcia, a criminology student and the police chief of Praxedis G. Guerrero as the bravest woman in Mexico Oct.17   Washington   Pentagon braces for new Wikileaks  The US military has assembled a 120-member team to prepare for the expected publication of some 400,000 Iraq war documents Jun.27   CIA   CIA defends Blackwater contract  The head of CIA has defended awarding a large contract to the controversial security company formerly known as Blackwater Jun.19   Washington   Firm tied to Blackwater gets contract  A firm affiliated with the former Blackwater security company has been awarded a contract to provide protection to U.S. in the Afghan cities Feb.1   Western Canada 15,000 assembled for secure Olympics   An Olympic security plan five years in the making is taking shape in Vancouver this week Jan.14   USA Air security further tightened  Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano: The US is taking additional air security measures in the wake of airliner bomb plot Jan.3   USA Tougher US air screening rules
  The authorities are introducing tougher screening rules for passengers arriving by air from nations deemed to have links with terrorism


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May.21   Washington   Obama: Gitmo 'weakens US security'
  President Barack Obama: The US prison camp at Guantanamo Bay has weakened national security and served as a rallying call for enemies


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