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  US concern at Karzai fraud claim  The US says it is seeking clarification over claims that foreign observers were responsible for fraud in last year's disputed poll U.S. delays report on China currency US anger at Peshawar consulate attack  The US has expressed 'great concern' over a deadly assault by militants on the American consulate in the north-western Pakistani city   Obama limits US nuclear arms use
  Obama seeks China aid over Iran  US President Barack Obama discussed the Iranian nuclear issue in an hour-long telephone call with President Hu Jintao   Obama to 'ratchet up' Iran pressure  US President has vowed to 'ratchet up the pressure' on Iran over its controversial nuclear program   U.S. official: Iran to ship arms to Taliban


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  New U.S. military intelligence suggests Iran plans to smuggle new shipments of weapons into Afghanistan in the coming weeks
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  President's administration has unveiled plans to significantly narrow the circumstances in which the US would use nuclear weapons
Apr.8   U.S. Senate U.S.-Russia arms treaty to face GOP Apr.9   U.S. Supreme Court Supreme Court Justice Stevens to retire Apr.11   Washington Obama warns of nuclear terrorism   Washington Obama hosts summit on nuclear security Apr.12   Washington     Ukraine to remove uranium stockpile
  Ukrainian President Yanukovich followed his meeting with President Obama announced that it will get rid of all its highly enriched uranium
  Washington     Obama, Hu meeting focuses on Iran  President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao held a private meeting before the start of a nuclear security summit, with the focus on Iran   Washington   Obama opens nuclear security summit  World leaders have heard dire warnings of the danger of nuclear material falling into the wrong hands Apr.13   Washington     Obama: 'Real progress' at nuclear summit
  President Obama said that the 47-nation summit he convened raised global awareness of the threat of nuclear terrorism and yielded commitments
Apr.18   Washington U.S. plans against Iran being updated Apr.19   Washington US summons Syrian envoy over Hezbollah Apr.20   Washington   Civil rights leader Dorothy Height dies  One of the pioneering voices of the US civil rights movement, the leader of the National Council of Negro Women, has died at the age of 98 Apr.21   Washington   U.S. warn for possible attacks in India  'There are increased indications that terrorists are planning attacks in New Delhi,', while encouraging Americans in India to maintain avigi... Apr.22   Washington     Obama's vow over oil rig disaster  President Obama says tackling an oil rig disaster that has prompted fears of a major spillage in the Gulf of Mexico is a 'priority' Apr.23   Washington     G20: Economy is emerging from recession faster than expected  Finance ministers from the world's leading economies: The global economy is emerging faster than expected from the deep recession Apr.24   Washington     US urges quick action on Greece at IMF  Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has called on the IMF, the EU and the Greek government to act quickly to tackle Greece's debt crisis Apr.26   U.S. Senate   Senate bars bank reform debate  Republicans have blocked moves to start debating a bill to introduce the most significant reforms to financial regulations for 60 years Apr.27   U.S. Senate   Goldman Sachs' under fire at hearing   Chief executive Lloyd Blankfein has denied his bank contributed to the US financial crisis by betting some of its own investment products would fail   Washington     Hezbollah 'has improved missiles' - US   Defence Secretary Robert Gates warns that Hezbollah now has more arms than most governments and accused Syria and Iran of supplying Apr.28   U.S. Senate   Republicans allow financial reform debate  Republicans in the Senate have dropped their objection to a debate on the most significant reforms to financial regulations since the 1930s   House of Representatives   Hearing questions legality of drone attacks  House subcommittee is questioning the legality of operations increasingly used to combat al Qaeda and Taliban militants Apr.29   Washington     Clinton blasts Iran, Syria  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton condemned Ahmadinejad regime in some of the Obama administration's strongest language to date in a speech Apr.30   Washington     Mid-East talks 'set for launch'  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: Israeli-Palestinian proximity talks are set to start next week   Washington     Pressure mounts on BP to tackle slick
  Calls for swifter action were led by Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano, who urged BP to commit more resources to tackling the catastrophe



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U.S.-Russia arms treaty to face GOP
Supreme Court Justice Stevens to retire
Goldman Sachs' under fire at hearing
Republicans allow financial reform debate
U.S.-Russia arms treaty to face GOP
Hearing questions legality of drone attacks
Senate bars bank reform debate
Goldman Sachs' under fire at hearing
Republicans allow financial reform debate
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Senate bars bank reform debate
Goldman Sachs' under fire at hearing
Republicans allow financial reform debate
U.S.-Russia arms treaty to face GOP
Senate bars bank reform debate
Goldman Sachs' under fire at hearing
Republicans allow financial reform debate
U.S. Congress
U.S.-Russia arms treaty to face GOP
Goldman Sachs' under fire at hearing
Republicans allow financial reform debate
U.S.-Russia arms treaty to face GOP
Hearing questions legality of drone attacks
Goldman Sachs' under fire at hearing
Republicans allow financial reform debate
Your ad is here
Goldman Sachs' under fire at hearing
Republicans allow financial reform debate
U.S.-Russia arms treaty to face GOP
Goldman Sachs' under fire at hearing
Republicans allow financial reform debate
U.S. Senate
U.S.-Russia arms treaty to face GOP
Goldman Sachs' under fire at hearing
Republicans allow financial reform debate
U.S.-Russia arms treaty to face GOP
Goldman Sachs' under fire at hearing
Republicans allow financial reform debate
Your ad is here
Goldman Sachs' under fire at hearing
Republicans allow financial reform debate
U.S.-Russia arms treaty to face GOP
Goldman Sachs' under fire at hearing
Republicans allow financial reform debate

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