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Summary.     Click for More > Obama eases Cuba travel restrictions US releases Bush-era interrogation memos Obama backs Mexico's war on drugs Iran jails journalist as US spy  Roxana Saberi, 31, an Iranian-American journalist has been jailed for eight years by Iran after a brief trial held behind closed doors Venezuela may reinstall envoy to U.S. Obama invites Mideast leaders for talks Clinton: Pakistan in danger US women 'face North Korea trial'  Journalists Euna Lee, a Korean-American, and Laura Ling, a Chinese-American, were arrested by North Korea near its border with China Swine flu viruses in Mexico, U.S. match   First U.S. swine flu death confirmed   A 2-year-old child became the first fatality in the United States, while more European countries announced confirmed cases of the disease Obama marks 100th day in office Chrysler 'to file for bankruptcy'
U.S., Russia announce nuke talks Obama: Europe faces greater terror risk Gunman kills 13 in siege   US crew seized by Somali pirates  The pirates have hijacked Maersk Alabama with at least 20 crew on board, after what maritime officials described as a sustained night-time attack Drama as US crew recapture vessel U.S. warship nears boat carrying pirates U.S. negotiators try to free captain Captain tried to escape pirates Pirates hijack US-Italian vessel Pirates fire on approaching U.S. sailors Captain rescued, snipers kill 3 pirates
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Apr.3   France
  New York
Apr.8   Somalia
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Apr.9   Somalia
Apr.10   Somalia
Apr.11   Somalia
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Apr.12   Somalia
  U.S. Navy snipers fatally shot pirates holding Richard Phillips hostage after seeing one of the pirates 'had an AK-47 leveled at the captain's back'.    The ship was stormed by pirates 350 miles off Somalia. The captain of Maersk Alabama, Amer...
Apr.13   Washington
Apr.16   Washington
  Mexico
Apr.18   Iran
  Venezuela
Apr.21   Washington
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Apr.23   North Korea
Apr.24   New York
Apr.29   Texas
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Apr.30   Detroit


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B. 04-01 U.S., Russia announce nuke talks London
C. 04-03 Obama: Europe faces greater terror risk Strasbourg, France
D. 04-03 Gunman kills 13 in siege Binghamton, New York
04-08 US crew seized by Somali pirates Somalia
5. 04-08 Drama as US crew recapture vessel Somalia
G. 04-08 U.S. warship nears boat carrying pirates Somalia
7. 04-09 U.S. negotiators try to free captain Somalia
8. 04-10 Captain tried to escape pirates Somalia
9. 04-11 Pirates hijack US-Italian vessel Somalia



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North America
U.S. to join nuclear talks with Iran
Obama eases Cuba travel restrictions
US releases Bush-era interrogation memos
Obama exempts CIA 'torture' staff
Obama dismayed by Iran sentence
Obama reaffirms support for CIA
Obama invites Mideast leaders for talks
Obama: US lost moral compass on torture
Clinton: Pakistan in danger
Pentagon chief in Taliban warning
Obama marks 100th day in office
Stevens conviction to be reversed
US marshals seize Madoff property
Afghanistan terror suspects can sue in US
Prosecutors indict Blagojevich
Gunman kills 13 in siege
Stanford: 'Clients lost no money'
U.S. to North Korea: Don't launch rocket
US to boost Africa pirate forces
Pentagon chief in Taliban warning
Stanford: 'Clients lost no money'
Obama suggests recession easing
Freddie Mac chief found dead
G7 offers hope crisis is easing
GM to cut total of 21,000 US jobs
Chrysler 'to file for bankruptcy'
US to boost Africa pirate forces
Washington
U.S. to join nuclear talks with Iran
Obama eases Cuba travel restrictions
US releases Bush-era interrogation memos
Obama exempts CIA 'torture' staff
Obama dismayed by Iran sentence
Obama reaffirms support for CIA
Obama invites Mideast leaders for talks
Clinton: Pakistan in danger
Obama marks 100th day in office
Stevens conviction to be reversed
Afghanistan terror suspects can sue in US
U.S. to North Korea: Don't launch rocket
US to boost Africa pirate forces
Obama suggests recession easing
Freddie Mac chief found dead
G7 offers hope crisis is easing
US to boost Africa pirate forces
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US crew seized by Somali pirates
Drama as US crew recapture vessel
U.S. warship nears boat carrying pirates
U.S. negotiators try to free captain
Captain tried to escape pirates
Pirates hijack US-Italian vessel
U.S. warship nears boat carrying pirates
Pirates fire on approaching U.S. sailors
Captain rescued, snipers kill 3 pirates
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US crew seized by Somali pirates
Drama as US crew recapture vessel
U.S. negotiators try to free captain
Captain tried to escape pirates
Pirates hijack US-Italian vessel
Captain rescued, snipers kill 3 pirates
Southern U.S.
Pentagon chief in Taliban warning
US marshals seize Madoff property
Pentagon chief in Taliban warning
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U. S. Midwest
Prosecutors indict Blagojevich
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GM to cut total of 21,000 US jobs
Chrysler 'to file for bankruptcy'
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Chrysler 'to file for bankruptcy'
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Middle East
Iran jails journalist as US spy
Saberi 'on hunger strike' in Iran
Iran jails journalist as US spy
Suicide bombing kills five U.S. soldiers
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Latin America
Obama backs Mexico's war on drugs
Venezuela may reinstall envoy to U.S.
Chavez is willing to take Gitmo inmates
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United Kingdom
U.S., Russia announce nuke talks
Obama hails 'historic' G20 summit
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  U.S., Russia announce nuke talks  Obama and Medvedev announced that their countries will soon begin negotiations on reducing their nuclear arsenals Chavez is willing to take Gitmo inmates Obama hails 'historic' G20 summit   Obama: Europe faces greater terror risk   Europe is more vulnerable to terrorist attack than the United States, U.S. President said as he arrived for a two-day NATO Summit Madonna loses Malawi adoption bid Gunman kills 13 in siege Map of Binghamton New York  A gunman has killed 13 people after taking dozens hostage inside the immigration centre. The gunman was later found dead UNC captures NCAA championship title Stanford: 'Clients lost no money'   US crew seized by Somali pirates


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Apr.1   London  
 Washington  Stevens conviction to be reversed
 Florida  US marshals seize Madoff property
Apr.2   Venezuela
 Washington  Afghanistan terror suspects can sue in US
 Chicago  Prosecutors indict Blagojevich
  London
 Washington  U.S. to North Korea: Don't launch rocket
Apr.3   France  
  Malawi
 England  Gang of villagers chase away Google car
  New York  
 Tribal Areas  Deadly air strike
Apr.4  Pittsburgh  Three police officers die in shooting
Apr.6  Turkey  Obama reaches out to Muslim world
 Los Angeles  Singer Brown in not guilty plea
  Detroit
  Texas
Apr.7  Cuba  U.S. lawmakers meet with Fidel Castro
Apr.8   Somalia  
  The pirates have hijacked Maersk Alabama with at least 20 crew on board, after what maritime officials described as a sustained night-time attack
  Somalia     Drama as US crew recapture vessel  Pirates hold ship's skipper. The destroyer USS Bainbridge has arrived on the scene where a U.S. freighter was hijacked off the Horn Africa   Washington U.S. to join nuclear talks with Iran   Somalia   U.S. warship nears boat carrying pirates   Guided-missile destroyer USS Bainbridge arrived before dawn near a 28-foot lifeboat holding four pirates and the kidnapped captain  New York  US court allows apartheid claims Apr.9   Washington US to boost Africa pirate forces  Washington  Obama wants $83B for Iraq, Afghanistan  CIA  CIA shuts down its secret prisons   Somalia   U.S. negotiators try to free captain  Negotiators aboard a U.S. Navy warship are trying to secure the release of Richard Phillips who is being held by pirates on a lifeboat Apr.10   Somalia   Captain tried to escape pirates  Richard Phillips was believed to be trying to swim to the USS Bainbridge. The pirates jumped into the water, recaptured him   Mosul Suicide bombing kills five U.S. soldiers  Ohio  US dismisses 'Nazi guard' appeal   Southern U.S. Storm system ravages southern US   Somalia More pirates searching for lifeboat Apr.11   Somalia     Pirates hijack US-Italian vessel  Somali pirates have hijacked a US-owned tugboat in the Gulf of Aden with 16 crew members on board - 10 of them Italians   Kenya U.S.-flagged ship nears Kenya   Somalia     Pirates fire on approaching U.S. sailors  Pirates fired on U.S. sailors as they tried to reach the lifeboat where an American captain is being held. Sailors did not return fire  Somalia  US 'in talks' with pirates Apr.12   Somalia   Captain rescued, snipers kill 3 pirates
  U.S. Navy snipers fatally shot pirates holding Richard Phillips hostage after seeing one of the pirates 'had an AK-47 leveled at the captain's back'
 The ship was stormed by pirates 350 miles off Somalia. The captain of Maersk Alabama, American cargo-ship, who'd been held in a lifeboat in the Indian Ocean, was rescued uninjured.
  US Georgia Angel Cabrera wins green jacket
Apr.13  Somalia  US politician targeted   Washington     Obama eases Cuba travel restrictions  President Obama lifted all restrictions on the ability of individuals to visit relatives in Cuba, as well as to send them remittances  Los Angeles  Phil Spector convicted of murder Apr.14  Cuba  Castro wants more from Obama on Cuba   Somalia Pirates attack U.S. cargo ship but fail   Washington Obama suggests recession easing  Ohio  'Nazi guard' deportation blocked  Los Angeles  Jackson property sale cancelled Apr.15  Washington  US decries N Korea's 'provocative threats'   Washington Clinton unveils plan to tackle piracy  New York  YouTube orchestra makes its debut Apr.16   Washington     US releases Bush-era interrogation memos  Interrogation tactics such as waterboarding, sleep deprivation did not violate laws against torture when there was no intent to cause severe...   Mexico     Obama backs Mexico's war on drugs   Obama has said the US is a 'full partner' with Mexico in its fight against the drug cartels and the US must stem the flow of guns across the...  North Korea  US warns N Korea for expelling inspectors   Washington Obama exempts CIA 'torture' staff  Cuba  Cuba is 'willing to talk to US' Apr.17  New England  Rescued sea captain thanks navy  Baltimore  New limits to Antarctic tourism Apr.18   Iran   Iran jails journalist as US spy
  Roxana Saberi, 31, an Iranian-American journalist has been jailed for eight years by Iran after a brief trial held behind closed doors.    The journalist originally faced accusation of buying alcohol and of working as a journalist without a valid press card. Then the charge of spying was introduced, and she was tried...
  Washington Obama dismayed by Iran sentence
 Washington  US boycotts UN racism conference   Venezuela     Venezuela may reinstall envoy to U.S.   Hugo Chavez is signaling a shift in the historically tense relations between the two nations -- one that the Obama administration welcomed Apr.19  Iran  Iran leader urges reporter rights  Trinidad & Tobago  Obama: Summit of Americas 'productive' Apr.20   CIA Obama reaffirms support for CIA  Boston  Ethiopia's Merga wins Boston Marathon  Washington  U.S. generals gauge Afghan battlefield Apr.21   Washington     Obama invites Mideast leaders for talks   Robert Gibbs: Obama has invited key regional leaders to Washington in the coming weeks for consultations on the peace process   Washington Obama: US lost moral compass on torture  San Francisco Bay Area  Call to rally against cyber crime Apr.22   Washington Freddie Mac chief found dead  Iran  Nobel laureate to defend U.S. journalist  House of Representatives  Clinton warns of Iran sanctions   Washington     Clinton: Pakistan in danger   U.S. Secretary of State warned that Pakistan is in danger of falling into terrorist hands because of failed government policies Apr.23  U.S. Senate  Report: Rice, Cheney OK'd waterboarding   North Korea   US women 'face North Korea trial'
  Journalists Euna Lee, a Korean-American, and Laura Ling, a Chinese-American, were arrested by North Korea near its border with China
  North Carolina Pentagon chief in Taliban warning Apr.24   Washington G7 offers hope crisis is easing   New York     Swine flu viruses in Mexico, U.S. match Map of Queens New York  New York health officials are testing about 75 students at a Queens school for swine flu after the students exhibited flu-like symptoms  Baghdad  Hillary Clinton arrives in Iraq Apr.25   Iran Saberi 'on hunger strike' in Iran Apr.27   Detroit GM to cut total of 21,000 US jobs  Washington  U.S. military official 'alarmed' over Pakistan Apr.28  Philadelphia  Republican senator switches party Apr.29   Texas     First U.S. swine flu death confirmed
  A 2-year-old child became the first fatality in the United States, while more European countries announced confirmed cases of the disease
 Iraq  Dad of U.S. hunger striker questioned  California  Five dead in bus crash   Washington     Obama marks 100th day in office  Obama has not managed in 100 days to defeat Islamic militants, usher in a Middle East peace treaty or disarm North Korea  Washington  Torture tape delays US-UAE nuclear deal Apr.30   Detroit   Chrysler 'to file for bankruptcy'  Chrysler is to enter bankruptcy protection after failing to persuade a number of hedge funds to write off its debts   U.S. Senate Pirate ex-hostage favors military escorts
  Washington Iran 'leading terrorism sponsor'   USA Al-Qaeda 'agent' in court plea