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1. 12-02 Civil rights group to sue CIA CIA
C. 12-05 Rice defends U.S. terrorism policy Washington
3. 12-08 US blocks ICRC access to suspects Washington
E. 12-08 U.S. considers reducing troops in Iraq Washington
F. 12-13 CIA abduction claims 'credible' European Union
G. 12-14 Bush takes on Iraqi war critics Washington
7. 12-15 McCain, Bush agree on torture ban U.S. Congress
12-16 Secret U.S. spy powers sparks anger Washington

  Bush takes on Iraqi war critics  US President has accepted responsibility for going to war in Iraq, but said it was still the right choice European MPs to probe CIA claims  The Parliament has agreed to launch an inquiry into claims that the CIA has been operating secret prisons   McCain, Bush agree on torture ban  After months of opposition, the White House agreed to Republican Senator's call to ban torture by U.S. personnel Secret U.S. spy powers sparks anger
Bush concern at Iraq 'propaganda' Ahern: U.S. denies Irish CIA role Civil rights group to sue CIA  ACLU it is taking the CIA to court to stop the transportation of terror suspects to countries outside US authority CIA flights 'landed in Germany' Rice 'to talk tough on CIA claim'   Rice defends U.S. terrorism policy  Secretary of State is maintaining that intelligence gathered by the CIA has saved European as well as American lives Man sues CIA over torture claims US attacks UN official on 'jails'   Rice allays CIA prison row fears  U.S. Secretary of State said she can give no guarantee that terrorism detainees won't be abused again US blocks ICRC access to suspects  The US has admitted that it has not given the Red Cross access to all detainees in its custody U.S. considers reducing troops in Iraq  The military may reduce the number of troops in Iraq after elections, Some troops were slated to come home earlier U.S.: 'No information' on hostage's fate  A official said Friday that the U.S.still does not know if anything has happened to Ronald Schulz   Bush praises Sunni vote decision  US President has welcomed the decision by Iraqi Sunni groups to join parliamentary elections CIA abduction claims 'credible'


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  Swiss senator Dick Marty: CIA abducted and illegally transported terror suspects across European borders
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Dec.15   U.S. Congress  
Dec.16   Washington  
  President Bush defended his actions and won't confirm report NSA spied on Americans
  U.S. Senate   Migrant bill heads for Senate  Mexico has condemned a bill, saying it is too focused on securing its 2,000-mile border Dec.17   Washington     Bush admits he authorised spying  President has admitted he authorised secret monitoring of communications within the US in the wake of 9/11 attacks   Washington     Powell raps Europe on CIA flights  Former Secretary of State has indicated that Europeans are being disingenuous when they deny the knowledge Dec.18   Washington     Bush hails Iraqi anti-terror role
  US President has told Americans that Iraq is now a strong ally against terror and a force for democracy
Dec.19   Washington   Bush: Secret wiretaps will continue  President intends to continue using wiretaps to monitor activities in the U.S. suspected of connected to al Qaeda Dec.20   Washington   'Intelligent design' teaching ban
  A court has ruled against the teaching of the theory of 'Intelligent design' alongside Darwinian evolution
Dec.21   Washington     US dismisses Saddam torture claim Map of White House USA  White House spokesman igorously rebuffed claims that Saddam has been beaten and tortured by the US Dec.22   House of Representatives     Bush suffers Patriot Act defeat
  The Congress has voted to trim an extension of the anti-terror law down to a month
Dec.23   Italy   Italy warrants for 22 CIA operatives  A judge has issued European arrest warrants for purported operatives in connection with the alleged kidnapping Dec.24   Washington   US wants Egypt politician freed  The US has demanded the release of opposition leader after he was given a 5-year jail term for forgery Dec.30   Washington   US investigates Bush spying leak  The justice department has opened an inquiry into how information about secret spying programme was leaked



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12/02 Civil rights group to sue CIA
12/15 McCain, Bush agree on torture ban
12/16 Migrant bill heads for Senate
12/22 Bush suffers Patriot Act defeat
12/02 Civil rights group to sue CIA
12/15 McCain, Bush agree on torture ban
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12/15 McCain, Bush agree on torture ban
12/16 Migrant bill heads for Senate
12/22 Bush suffers Patriot Act defeat
12/15 McCain, Bush agree on torture ban

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