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'Ricin' in letter to US senator  A letter that has tested positive for the lethal toxin ricin or another poisonous substance has been posted to a senator, Senate Majority Leader has said   Pakistan 'supported' US embassy attack
FBI faces Boston suspect questions


year 2013 Top ^

Apr.23
  US security officials are to face questions in Congress over whether they mishandled information about suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev
Apr.16


year 2011 Top ^

Sep.22
  The most senior US military officer has accused Pakistan's spy agency of supporting the Haqqani group in the attack on the US embassy



year 2010 Top ^

Dec.21
  An investigation into the release of Pan Am Flight 103 bomber has found the medical prognosis 'was inaccurate and unsupported by medical science'
Sep.29 Senators want facts on bomber's release
  The Foreign Relations Committee will hold a hearing on the circumstances surrounding the release of convicted Pan Am Flight 103 bomber


year 2009 Top ^

Oct.20 Congress passes Guantanamo bill
  The Senate has voted to continue to allow inmates to be tried on US soil, removing a hurdle as the Obama administration seeks to close the camp

year 2006 Top ^

Sep.28 Senate backs terror trial bill
  The legislation is endorsing Bush's proposals to interrogate and prosecute foreign terror suspects


year 2004 Top ^

Feb.2 Ricin found at Senate building
  Traces of the deadly poison have been found at the office of Senate Majority leader Bill Frist


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