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Judge: terror suspects 'must be named'  A federal judge has ordered the Justice Department to disclose the names of suspects being held in connection with the 9/11 Report: Saudi Arabia is enemy of U.S.  The Bush administration sought to assure Saudi Arabia that it is still a close ally despite a private analyst's report U.S. distances itself from Chen remarks  The United States has repeated its opposition to an independent Taiwan   US derides Saddam's 'bluster'
Anger at Russia-Iran nuclear ties  Energy Secretary was deeply concerned that Russia was helping to build nuclear reactors in Iran   FBI searches apartment in anthrax probe  Agents searched the apartment of Steven Hatfill, 48, a former researcher at the U.S. Army's biological warfare laboratory White House skeptical of Iraqi offer

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  A U.S. official said the letter is not significant enough because the Iraqis are still not letting inspectors inside the country
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  Iraqi President said that any attack on his country would be doomed to failure
  Washington     U.S., Palestinian leaders call talks 'good'  Colin Powell and 3 top Palestinian officials had a 75-minute meeting on political, economic and security concerns Aug.9   Washington     US consults exiles on ousting Saddam
  The leaders of the six main Iraqi opposition groups are meeting senior US defence and State Department officials
  Washington   Urban combat likely in an Iraq war  The U. S. dismisses Saddam Hussein's warning that an attack on Iraq would bring heavy casualties and failure Aug.13   Washington     Anthrax detected in mailbox test  Investigators have found out where some of the anthrax-laced letters were mailed last fall   Washington   Interest rates kept on hold  The Federal Reserve has retained rates at 1.75%, despite growing fears of economic weakness Aug.21   Washington     Ex-Enron executive pleads guilty
  Michael Kopper has pleaded guilty to charges of money laundering and wire fraud
Aug.22   Washington     Bush eases US logging restrictions  US President has announced plans to revise the policy on logging in forests following the disastrous fires Aug.26   Washington     New Cheney warning on Iraq
  Vice-President has given a strong warning that the US cannot deal with Saddam Hussein through a policy of containment
Aug.31   Washington   Lindh asks Americans to forgive him  John Walker Lindh is now telling federal agents what he knows, his lawyers say


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