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  Obama suggests recession easing   US President has said there are 'signs of economic progress' but underlined that times remain tough US decries N Korea's 'provocative threats'   Clinton unveils plan to tackle piracy  US Secretary of State has unveiled a 4-point plan to tackle piracy in the Gulf of Aden. She said an expanded international effort was needed   US releases Bush-era interrogation memos
Stevens conviction to be reversed Afghanistan terror suspects can sue in US U.S. to North Korea: Don't launch rocket U.S. lawmakers meet with Fidel Castro U.S. to join nuclear talks with Iran  State Department: the United States will join direct talks between U.N. and European powers and Iran over Tehran's nuclear program US to boost Africa pirate forces  US military chiefs are preparing to bolster forces on the Horn of Africa to help tackle Somali pirates who are holding a US captain hostage CIA shuts down its secret prisons Obama wants $83B for Iraq, Afghanistan   Obama eases Cuba travel restrictions


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  President Obama lifted all restrictions on the ability of individuals to visit relatives in Cuba, as well as to send them remittances
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  Interrogation tactics such as waterboarding, sleep deprivation did not violate laws against torture when there was no intent to cause severe pain
  Washington     Obama exempts CIA 'torture' staff  US President says agents who used harsh interrogation techniques on terrorism suspects during the Bush era will not be prosecuted Apr.18   Washington   Obama dismayed by Iran sentence  The US has expressed dismay after a court in Iran jailed an Iranian-American journalist, Roxana Saberi, for 8 years on spying charges   Washington US boycotts UN racism conference Apr.20   CIA     Obama reaffirms support for CIA  US President has told the CIA it remains key to protecting the country, days after releasing memos on its harsh interrogation techniques   Washington   U.S. generals gauge Afghan battlefield  Sending 21,000 more troops is the centerpiece of the Obama administration's strategy for winning there 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  The President left open the possibility of criminal prosecution for Bush officials who drew up the legal basis for interrogation techniques Apr.22   Washington   Freddie Mac chief found dead  41-year-old David Kellermann, the acting chief financial officer of struggling mortgage giant, has been found dead   House of Representatives     Clinton warns of Iran sanctions  US Secretary of State has warned that Iran faces 'very tough sanctions' if it rejects offers of engagement over its nuclear program   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  Top Bush officials gave the CIA approval to use waterboarding, as early as 2002, a Senate intelligence report shows Apr.24   Washington   G7 offers hope crisis is easing  Financial chiefs have said there are signs the contraction in the global economy may have eased, but warned this did not signal a recovery Apr.27   Washington   U.S. military official 'alarmed' over Pakistan  Michael Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is 'very alarmed by the growing extremist threat in Pakistan' Apr.28   Philadelphia   Republican senator switches party  Arlen Specter is to become a Democrat. The move would give the Democrats just one short of the 60 needed to overturn Republican in the US Se... Apr.29   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  A videotape of a heinous session, where a man is tortured by a member of the royal family, is delaying the ratification of a civil nuclear ... Apr.30   U.S. Senate   Pirate ex-hostage favors military escorts  Richard Phillips called on the federal government to provide military escorts for international shipping vessels   Washington   Iran 'leading terrorism sponsor'  US state department: Iran remains the 'most active state sponsor of terrorism' in the world



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CIA shuts down its secret prisons
Obama reaffirms support for CIA
Clinton warns of Iran sanctions
Report: Rice, Cheney OK'd waterboarding
Pirate ex-hostage favors military escorts
CIA shuts down its secret prisons
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Report: Rice, Cheney OK'd waterboarding
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Report: Rice, Cheney OK'd waterboarding
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Report: Rice, Cheney OK'd waterboarding
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CIA shuts down its secret prisons
Obama reaffirms support for CIA
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Report: Rice, Cheney OK'd waterboarding
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