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U.S.: North Korea deal 'uncertain'   U.S. negotiator Christopher Hill: Prospects for a deal on scrapping nuclear program are uncertain   CIA: Iran president likely not captor
  Bush names Bolton as U.N. ambassador  Ending a 5-month standoff over a nomination, President used a recess appointment to name John Bolton   Bush sends peace envoys to Sudan  US President has sent 2 top envoys to reinforce a peace process there after the death of ex-rebel leader   Bush rejects early Iraq pullout  President has said US troops will stay in Iraq to complete their mission, following the death of 14 US marines   Bush dismisses al-Qaeda warning  US President has brushed aside demands from al-Zawahri that the US leave Iraq US supports EU Iran nuclear plan


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  The US backs a European proposal to allow Iran to develop a civilian nuclear program if it stops its uranium enrichment
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  A report has determined that Ahmadinejad was not involved in the taking of U.S. hostages in 1979
  Washington   Bush warns Iran on nuclear plans
  US President still has not ruled out the option of using force against Iran, after it resumed work on its nuclear program
Aug.13   Washington     US fights fresh Abu Ghraib images  Court papers: The US government is claiming images of prisoner abuse in Iraq will aid the insurgency Aug.17   Washington     IMF: Violence curbing Iraq reconstruction  The International Monetary Fund gave Iraq a $436 million emergency loan last year to help rebuild the economy Aug.19   Washington     'Bin Laden assassination debated'
  During meetings with n 1998, Taliban discussed assassinating or expelling Osama in response to bombings in Africa
Aug.23   Washington   Bush urges Sunnis to choose peace
  Sunni minority faces a choice between peace and violence, US President has warned
  Washington     Rumsfeld: Iraq not fated to civil war  U.S. Defense Secretary tried to dispel concern over the possibility that a war could between Sunni and Shiite



    
    



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