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B. 08-04 Bill Clinton meets with N. Korea leader Pyongyang, North Korea
08-04 N. Korean leader pardons U.S. journalists North Korea
3. 08-04 Two freed US reporters head home North Korea
E. 08-06 Taliban head Mehsud 'may be dead' West Pakistan
F. 08-08 Helicopter and plane collide, 9 died Manhattan
6. 08-15 Myanmar hands American to U.S. officials Myanmar
H. 08-21 Obama condemns bomber's heros welcome' Washington
8. 08-23 CIA report alleges prisoner abuse CIA
J. 08-25 US deficit to soar towards $1.6tn White House, Washington

Summary.     Click for More > Obama leads tributes to Kennedy   Missing girl found 18 years on   Jaycee Lee Dugard found after being abducted as a girl in 1991 gave birth to two children fathered by her kidnapper Phillip Garrido, 58 Mourners bid farewell to Kennedy  Crowds have gathered to pay their respects to Edward Kennedy on the first of three days of ceremonies to commemorate the US senator US envoy 'in angry Karzai talks' Kidnap survivor 'doing great' Jackson death ruled as homicide U.S. have deadliest month in Afghanistan Man and his wife have denied abducting Obama tribute to 'mentor' Kennedy Kennedy laid to rest in Arlington cemetery Firemen die in California inferno US 'needs fresh Afghan strategy' Heat fuelling California wildfire
Bill Clinton meets with N. Korea leader   N. Korean leader pardons U.S. journalists  President Kim Jong Il has pardoned and ordered the release of two U.S. journalists after Bill Clinton met with top North Korean officials Two freed US reporters head home Taliban head Mehsud 'may be dead'   Helicopter and plane collide, 9 died  A tour helicopter and a light aircraft have collided over the Hudson River near New York City. Both aircraft crashed into the river after the... Myanmar hands American to U.S. officials Obama condemns bomber's heros welcome' CIA report alleges prisoner abuse US deficit to soar towards $1.6tn Senator Edward Kennedy, 77, dies
Aug.4   North Korea
  North Korea
  North Korea
Aug.6   West Pakistan
Aug.8   Manhattan
Aug.15   Myanmar
Aug.21   Washington
Aug.23   CIA
Aug.25   Washington
  Massachusetts
  The Democratic Massachusetts senator, the brother of ex-President John F Kennedy, has died after battling a brain tumour.    Edward Kennedy became a member of the Senate in 1962 to replace his br...
Aug.26   Washington
Aug.27   San Francisco Bay Area
  Boston
  Kabul
Aug.28   San Francisco Bay Area
  Los Angeles
  Afghanistan
  San Francisco Bay Area
Aug.29   Boston
  Virginia
Aug.30   Los Angeles
Aug.31   Afghanistan
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North America
Obama presses N Korea on weapons
FBI boss attacks Megrahi release
CIA report alleges prisoner abuse
Obama backs interrogation revamp
US names CIA abuse investigator
Senator Edward Kennedy, 77, dies
Obama leads tributes to Kennedy
Mourners bid farewell to Kennedy
Kennedy laid to rest in Arlington cemetery
Twitter site reopens after attack
Web attack 'aimed at one blogger'
Soldier accused of being hit man for cartel
CIA report alleges prisoner abuse
Missing girl found 18 years on
Jackson death ruled as homicide
Kidnap survivor 'doing great'
Man and his wife have denied abducting
U.S. sure Pakistan's Taliban leader is dead
Twitter site reopens after attack
Obama may soften healthcare plan
Markets rise on US recovery hopes
US deficit to soar towards $1.6tn
Helicopter and plane collide, 9 died
Firemen die in California inferno
Heat fuelling California wildfire
California
Freed U.S. journalists arrive home
Web attack 'aimed at one blogger'
Missing girl found 18 years on
Jackson death ruled as homicide
Kidnap survivor 'doing great'
Man and his wife have denied abducting
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Twitter site reopens after attack
Firemen die in California inferno
Heat fuelling California wildfire
Washington
Obama presses N Korea on weapons
CIA report alleges prisoner abuse
Obama backs interrogation revamp
Obama leads tributes to Kennedy
CIA report alleges prisoner abuse
U.S. sure Pakistan's Taliban leader is dead
Obama may soften healthcare plan
US deficit to soar towards $1.6tn
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East Asia
N. Korean leader pardons U.S. journalists
Bill Clinton meets with N. Korea leader
Two freed US reporters head home
Myanmar hands American to U.S. officials
Burma to free Suu Kyi US 'guest'
Burma to free Suu Kyi US 'guest'
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Web attack 'aimed at one blogger'
Missing girl found 18 years on
Kidnap survivor 'doing great'
Man and his wife have denied abducting
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Twitter site reopens after attack
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South Asia
US envoy 'in angry Karzai talks'
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Western troops die in Afghanistan
Taliban head Mehsud 'may be dead'
U.S. have deadliest month in Afghanistan
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Southern California
Freed U.S. journalists arrive home
Jackson death ruled as homicide
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Firemen die in California inferno
Heat fuelling California wildfire
North Korea
N. Korean leader pardons U.S. journalists
Bill Clinton meets with N. Korea leader
Two freed US reporters head home
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Afghanistan
US envoy 'in angry Karzai talks'
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Western troops die in Afghanistan
U.S. have deadliest month in Afghanistan
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Middle East
Iran questions detained Americans
Iraq quizzes Iran over detained US hikers
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Remains of Gulf War pilot found
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Markets rise on US recovery hopes
Helicopter and plane collide, 9 died
Los Angeles Your ad is here
Jackson death ruled as homicide
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Firemen die in California inferno
Heat fuelling California wildfire
New England
Senator Edward Kennedy, 77, dies
Mourners bid farewell to Kennedy
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Myanmar
Myanmar hands American to U.S. officials
Burma to free Suu Kyi US 'guest'
Burma to free Suu Kyi US 'guest'
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Aug.1   Afghanistan
 Rome  Phelps regains world record
Aug.2  Western Iraq  Remains of Gulf War pilot found
Aug.3  Los Angeles  Jackson's mother granted custody
 USA  Bonus fine for Bank of America
 North Korea  Bill Clinton arrives in N Korea
Aug.4   North Korea  
  Iran
  North Korea  
  President Kim Jong Il has pardoned and ordered the release of two U.S. journalists after Bill Clinton met with top North Korean officials
 Iran  Iran questions detained Americans   North Korea   Two freed US reporters head home  Former President Bill Clinton has left North Korea with two US reporters whose release he has helped to secure Aug.5   Washington Obama presses N Korea on weapons  Southern California  Freed U.S. journalists arrive home  USA  Russian submarines seen off U.S. coast Aug.6  San Francisco Bay Area  Twitter site reopens after attack   West Pakistan   Taliban head Mehsud 'may be dead'  US and Pakistani officials are checking reports that the leader of the Taliban in Pakistan, Baitullah Mehsud, has been killed  New York  Comedy director John Hughes dies Aug.7   San Francisco Bay Area Web attack 'aimed at one blogger'  Alaska  Scientists: Major glacial melt under way Aug.8   Manhattan     Helicopter and plane collide, 9 died
  A tour helicopter and a light aircraft have collided over the Hudson River near New York City. Both aircraft crashed into the river after the impact. 9 italians among dead
  USA NASA's Kepler shows early success
Aug.9  Baghdad  Iraq quizzes Iran over detained US hikers  Washington  U.S. sure Pakistan's Taliban leader is dead Aug.10  Ohio  Superb Woods claims 70th PGA Tour title  New York  Yankees burn Sox 5-2, complete sweep  Ecuador  LatAm alarm over US-Colombia plan Aug.11   Texas Soldier accused of being hit man for cartel Aug.12  Nigeria  Clinton: Al Qaeda seeks foothold in Nigeria  Southern Afghanistan  Troops move to protect before vote Aug.13  China  WTO rules China must open markets Aug.15   Myanmar Burma to free Suu Kyi US 'guest'  New York  Anger at US Bollywood detention   Myanmar   Myanmar hands American to U.S. officials  John Yettaw, the American who had been sentenced to 7 years of hard labor, was handed over to U.S. Embassy officials Aug.16   Myanmar Yettaw's actions in Myanmar 'regrettable'   Washington Obama may soften healthcare plan  Minnesota  Yang takes down Tiger at Hazeltine  Florida  Tropical Storm Claudette bears down Aug.17  USA  Man 'stole 130m card numbers' Aug.18  Washington  US Colombia deal 'not a threat'  Washington  Obama, Clinton discuss North Korea trip Aug.19  USA  MySpace to acquire music service   USA N Korea sends US 'good signals'  Washington  Michelle Obama in power list debut Aug.21   Washington     Obama condemns bomber's heros welcome'   President Barack Obama: The cheering, flag-waving welcome that the convicted Lockerbie bomber received in Libya was 'highly objectionable'   New York Markets rise on US recovery hopes  Microsoft  Tech giants unite against Google  US Georgia  Vietnam massacre soldier 'sorry' Aug.22   FBI FBI boss attacks Megrahi release   Massachusetts Hurricane heads for New England   USA US 'names secret terror suspects' Aug.23   CIA   CIA report alleges prisoner abuse  Interrogators threatened an al Qaeda prisoner with a gun and an electric drill to try to scare him into giving up information   New England Girl dies after wave knocks her into ocean Aug.24   Washington Obama backs interrogation revamp   Los Angeles Jackson 'had lethal drug levels'   Washington US names CIA abuse investigator Aug.25   Washington   US deficit to soar towards $1.6tn Map of White House USA  The US budget deficit will soar to almost $1.6 trillion this year, the highest on record, both the White House and Congress have warned   Massachusetts   Senator Edward Kennedy, 77, dies
  The Democratic Massachusetts senator, the brother of ex-President John F Kennedy, has died after battling a brain tumour
 Edward Kennedy became a member of the Senate in 1962 to replace his brother when he resigned to become president, and was re-elected 7 times
Aug.26   Washington     Obama leads tributes to Kennedy   US President has led tributes to Senator Edward Kennedy, who has died from cancer at the age of 77 Aug.27   San Francisco Bay Area     Missing girl found 18 years on
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  Jaycee Lee Dugard found after being abducted as a girl in 1991 gave birth to two children fathered by her kidnapper Phillip Garrido, 58.    Jaycee Lee Dugard's alleged captor is a convicted sex offender Phillip Garrido. It was a bit strange that 'Alyssa' never c...
  Boston   Mourners bid farewell to Kennedy
  Crowds have gathered to pay their respects to Edward Kennedy on the first of three days of ceremonies to commemorate the US senator
  Kabul     US envoy 'in angry Karzai talks'  The US special envoy to Afghanistan Richard Holbrooke has held an explosive meeting with Afghan President over the country's election Aug.28   San Francisco Bay Area     Kidnap survivor 'doing great'   Jaycee Lee Dugard freed in California 18 years after being kidnapped at the age of 11 is said to have had a happy reunion with her mother   Los Angeles     Jackson death ruled as homicide  The Los Angeles coroner: The death of Michael Jackson was homicide due to intoxication by anaesthetic   Afghanistan   U.S. have deadliest month in Afghanistan  An American service member died in a roadside bombing, bringing the number of U.S. military deaths in the country in August to 46   San Francisco Bay Area     Man and his wife have denied abducting   Phillip Garrido, 58, and his spouse Nancy, 54, abducting Jaycee Lee Dugard when she was a child and holding her in their home for 18 years   Florida Space shuttle lifts off for ISS
  Boston Tributes paid at Kennedy memorial Aug.29   Boston     Obama tribute to 'mentor' Kennedy   President Barack Obama has paid tribute to his 'friend and mentor', Senator Edward Kennedy, at the senator's funeral Mass   San Francisco Bay Area 'Robot girls' clue to Dugard case   Virginia   Kennedy laid to rest in Arlington cemetery Map of Arlington Virginia  The youngest and last-surviving brother of a heralded generation, was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery alongside his slain brothers   US Georgia Bodies found at trailer park Aug.30   San Francisco Bay Area Police to wrap up Dugard search   Los Angeles   Firemen die in California inferno  Two firefighters have died as they battled intense wildfires to the north of Los Angeles. The fires are now threatening over 12,000 building... Aug.31   Afghanistan   US 'needs fresh Afghan strategy'  Top US general in Afghanistan Gen Stanley McChrystal has called for a revised military strategy, suggesting the current one is failing   Southern California Disney to buy Marvel in $4bn deal  New York  Clijsters kicks off Open with straight-sets   Los Angeles Sex-tourism operation nets three   San Francisco Bay Area Kidnap girl 'bonded with captor'   Los Angeles   Heat fuelling California wildfire  Firefighters tackling an intense wildfire north of Los Angeles say the blaze remains 'very dangerous'. The blaze to spread over 134 sq miles   Afghanistan U.S. military drops controversial contract