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  U.S. to send $59 million to Abbas  $43 million for non-lethal training and equipment for Abbas' security and $16 million for upgrades at the Karni crossing   US extends troops' tour of duty
Clinton sets fundraising record   Senator Hillary Clinton has raised more than $26m of funds for her campaign to become the first female president Top court rejects Guantanamo test  The US Supreme Court will not decide whether detainees have the right to challenge their detention in US federal courts   Bush presses Congress on Iraq funds  The President warned that if Congress fails to send him an acceptable war funding bill soon, it will threaten military equipment and trainin...   US House speaker Pelosi set for talks   Nancy Pelosi has arrived in Damascus for a visit which the White House has criticised as undermining US policy CIA tortured me, says Iran envoy  Jalal Sharafi, diplomat freed after being abducted in Iraq in February, has said he was tortured by his captors US denies Iranian torture claim  The US has denied claims made by an Iranian diplomat abducted in Iraq that he was tortured in captivity by CIA U.S. concerned at Iran's nuclear step


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Apr.9   Washington  
  Bush contends Iran is using its program to develop nuclear weapons
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Apr.11   Washington  
  US troops will now serve up to 15 months in Iraq and Afghanistan instead of the usual 12-month under new rules
Apr.12   Washington   World Bank meets over Wolfowitz   The board has met to discuss the fate of the organisation's president. Wolfowitz admitted he made a mistake for his handling of his girlfrie... Apr.15   Washington   Wolfowitz 'to stay' at World Bank
  The embattled bBank President has indicated he does not plan to resign over a pay scandal
Apr.17   Washington   US doubts N Korea reactor reports  The US State Department has no confirmation that N. Korea is starting to shut down its main nuclear reactor   Washington   US drops marine's Haditha charges  The Marine Corps has dropped all charges against one of the 8 marines accused in the killings of 24 Iraqi civilians in 2005 Apr.18   Washington     Bush: End Darfur violence or face sanction  Bush warned Sudan's president that he has one last chance to stop violence or else the U.S. will impose sanctions and consider other options Apr.19   U.S. Senate   Gonzales faces tough Senate panel  US Attorney General is taking tough questions from the Judiciary Committee over the sacking of federal prosecutors Apr.25   House of Representatives   US House votes for Iraq deadline
  The House of Representatives has narrowly approved a bill making further funding of the war in conditional on a timetable for a US troop pullout
 The bill gives $100bn in new war funds, if troops start leaving in Oct., with the withdrawal to be complete by Mar. 2008
  House of Representatives     Rice subpoenaed over Niger uranium claim  A House committee subpoenaed Secretary of State to find out what she knew about the 2003 claim that Iraq sought uranium Apr.26   U.S. Senate   Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
  The Senate has voted to approve a bill which requires US troops to start withdrawing by October
 President Bush has said he will veto the Democrat-sponsored bill
Apr.27   Washington   USAID chief resigns over 'madam'  Randall Tobias was revealing that he had been a client of the alleged 'D.C. madam's' escort service Apr.30   Washington   U.S. blames rise in terrorism on Iraq  State Department: Iraq's sectarian warfare fueled a sharp increase in global terrorism in 2006. Global terrorism up more than 25%   Washington     US and EU agree 'single market'  A new transatlantic economic partnership at a summit is to boost trade and investment by harmonising regulatory standards


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B. 04-02 Top court rejects Guantanamo test U.S. Supreme Court
C. 04-09 U.S. concerned at Iran's nuclear step Washington
3. 04-11 US extends troops' tour of duty Washington
E. 04-15 Wolfowitz 'to stay' at World Bank Washington
5. 04-25 US House votes for Iraq deadline House of Representatives
04-26 Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan U.S. Senate
H. 04-27 USAID chief resigns over 'madam' Washington
I. 04-30 U.S. blames rise in terrorism on Iraq Washington



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Clinton sets fundraising record
Top court rejects Guantanamo test
Bush presses Congress on Iraq funds
US House votes for Iraq deadline
Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
Bush presses Congress on Iraq funds
US House votes for Iraq deadline
Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
Bush presses Congress on Iraq funds
Gonzales faces tough Senate panel
US House votes for Iraq deadline
Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
Bush presses Congress on Iraq funds
US House votes for Iraq deadline
Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
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U.S. Congress
Bush presses Congress on Iraq funds
Gonzales faces tough Senate panel
US House votes for Iraq deadline
Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
Bush presses Congress on Iraq funds
US House votes for Iraq deadline
Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
Bush presses Congress on Iraq funds
Gonzales faces tough Senate panel
US House votes for Iraq deadline
Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
Bush presses Congress on Iraq funds
US House votes for Iraq deadline
Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
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House of Representatives
US House votes for Iraq deadline
Rice subpoenaed over Niger uranium claim
US House votes for Iraq deadline
US House votes for Iraq deadline
Rice subpoenaed over Niger uranium claim
US House votes for Iraq deadline
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U.S. Senate
Gonzales faces tough Senate panel
Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
Gonzales faces tough Senate panel
Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
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Middle East
US House speaker Pelosi set for talks
CIA tortured me, says Iran envoy
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