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B. 08-01 BA's price-fix fine reaches $550m Washington
2. 08-02 Senate tightens lobbying rules U.S. Senate
3. 08-06 Bush and Karzai vow 'an end to Taliban' Washington
E. 08-10 Central banks pour money into system London
5. 08-13 Top White House aide Rove resigns Washington
G. 08-15 U.S. eyes terror tag for Iranian force Washington
H. 08-17 US rate cut boosts global markets New York
08-22 Bush issues Vietnam warning over Iraq Washington

Central banks pour money into system
BA's price-fix fine reaches $550m   British Airways has been fined after it admitted collusion in fixing the prices of fuel surcharges Senate tightens lobbying rules  The Senate has voted in favour of a bill to tighten rules on lobbying and ethics for lawmakers, following its approval in the House of Reps US bridge safety review ordered  The officials have ordered a review of all bridges similar to the one that collapsed in Minnesota, killing at least five people Bush eavesdropping bill gets boost House passes clean energy bill  The House of Representatives has passed a radical bill to expand the use of renewable fuels and cut tax breaks to oil firms   Karzai and Bush in security talks   Afghan President is meeting US President for talks at Camp David. They are expected to discuss the fight against the Taliban and al-Qaeda   Gates: U.S. will keep 'residual' force in Iraq  Defense Secretary Robert Gates: U.S. forces will probably be in Iraq for a 'protracted' period to support the country's year-old government   Bush and Karzai vow 'an end to Taliban'   US President and the Afghan leader have vowed to put an end to the Taleban in Afghanistan. Karzai said the Taliban were a defeated force   Rice sways Musharraf on emergency


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Aug.9   Pakistan  
  U.S. Secretary of State helped persuade Pakistan's President hold off declaring a state of emergency
Aug.10   London  
  The U.S. Federal Reserve and European Central Bank pumped money into the banking system for a second day to ward off a global credit crisis
  Washington     U.S. assessing Pakistan nukes  U.S. military intelligence officials are urgently assessing how secure Pakistan's nuclear weapons would be if Musharraf falls Aug.13   Washington   Top White House aide Rove resigns  Karl Rove, seen by many as the brains behind Bush's presidency, has said he will resign at the end of August Aug.15   Washington   U.S. eyes terror tag for Iranian force  The U.S. government is involved in discussions over naming all or part of Iran's Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist group Aug.17   New York   US rate cut boosts global markets   Wall Street shares opened sharply higher on the news that the Federal Reserve is cutting the interest rate Aug.21   CIA   CIA criticises ex-chief over 9/11  An inquiry has accused the agency's ex-chief Tenet and his aides of failing to prepare for al-Qaeda threats before the attacks Aug.22   Washington     Bush issues Vietnam warning over Iraq
  President has warned a US withdrawal could trigger the kind of upheaval seen in South East Asia after US forces quit Vietnam
  U.S. Congress     Democrats condemn Bush over Iraq  Leading members of the Democratic Party have criticised President's speech in which he defended his Iraq policy Aug.23   U.S. Senate   Top Republican urges Iraq pullout
  John Warner, an influential senator, has called for the withdrawal of some 5,000 US troops from Iraq by the year's end
  Washington   U.S. intel: Doubts over al-Maliki  National Intelligence Estimate: Civilian casualties are high, sectarian groups can't get along, al Qaeda in Iraq is still pulling off high-profile attacks Aug.27   Washington   Attorney General Gonzales resigns
  Embattled U.S. Attorney General announced his resignation. 'I have lived the American dream,' said Alberto Gonzales
Aug.30   Washington     Bush discusses Iraq, China military  U.S. President would be concerned about China's military if the country ever turned hostile Aug.31   Washington   Federal Reserve in rate cut hint  Ben Bernanke has hinted that rates may be cut to stem the financial crisis caused by a slump in the housing market   Baghdad   U.S. lawmakers' plane fired upon  A U.S. military plane came under rocket fire while leaving Baghdad, for Amman, and had to take evasive maneuvers   Washington     Laura Bush presses UN over Burma  First Lady has urged UN chief Ban Ki-moon to condemn Burma's crackdown on pro-democracy protestors



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Senate tightens lobbying rules
Bush eavesdropping bill gets boost
Democrats condemn Bush over Iraq
Top Republican urges Iraq pullout
House passes clean energy bill
US rate cut boosts global markets
Top Republican urges Iraq pullout
Senate tightens lobbying rules
Bush eavesdropping bill gets boost
House passes clean energy bill
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Senate tightens lobbying rules
Bush eavesdropping bill gets boost
Democrats condemn Bush over Iraq
Top Republican urges Iraq pullout
House passes clean energy bill
Top Republican urges Iraq pullout
Senate tightens lobbying rules
Bush eavesdropping bill gets boost
House passes clean energy bill
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Senate tightens lobbying rules
Top Republican urges Iraq pullout
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