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B. 12-04 US reveals Yemen hostage rescue bid Washington
C. 12-08 CIA report prompts US security alert CIA
3. 12-09 CIA lied over 'brutal' interrogations U.S. Senate
4. 12-09 CIA report sparks prosecution calls Washington
5. 12-11 CIA boss defends post 9/11 tactics CIA
G. 12-11 US House passes $1.1tn budget bill House of Representatives
12-17 US and Cuba seek to normalise ties Washington
I. 12-21 US mulls putting NK on terror list Washington

  CIA report sparks prosecution calls  The UN and human rights groups have called for the prosecution of US officials involved in CIA interrogation of al-Qaeda suspects Afghanistan decries CIA 'violations'  Afghan President Asraf Ghani has said the CIA's brutal interrogation programme 'violated all accepted norms of human rights in the world' CIA boss defends post 9/11 tactics  CIA Director John Brennan has said some of the agency's interrogation methods after 9/11 were 'abhorrent'   US House passes $1.1tn budget bill
Obama in police body-camera call Obama calls for $6bn US Ebola cash US reveals Yemen hostage rescue bid  The US has revealed it tried to rescue UK-born American hostage Luke Somers, who is being held by al-Qaeda in Yemen Reported US military sex assaults rise  Reported sexual assaults in the US military rose by 8% this year to 5,983, with nearly 2/3 of those who reported saying they faced retaliati...   Obama given CT scan at hospital for sore throat   US President Barack Obama has had a persistent sore throat, and has briefly visited a hospital for tests, the White House says US reporter charged by Iran court  A Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, 38, who has been detained in Iran for more than four months has been formally charged Republican Louisiana victory boosts Senate majority   Republicans have increased their majority in the Senate after a runoff from the mid-term ended in defeat for the Democrats in Louisiana CIA report prompts US security alert   Security has been stepped up at US facilities around the world ahead of the release of a report expected to reveal details of harsh interrogations   Prince William in first Obama talks   The Duke of Cambridge has met US President Barack Obama at the White House as part of a three-day visit CIA lied over 'brutal' interrogations

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  The CIA carried out 'brutal' interrogations of al-Qaeda suspects in the years after the 9/11 attacks on the US, a US Senate report has said
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  The US House of Representatives has passed a $1.1tn budget, hours before government was due to shut down at midnight on Thursday
Dec.12   U.S. Senate     US Senate backs anti-IS spending  The US Senate has approved a new annual defence bill expanding the military campaign against Islamic State (IS) Dec.13   Washington     Civil rights activists march on Washington   Thousands of civil rights protesters are marching through Washington DC, to bring attention to the recent killings of unarmed black people by... Dec.17   Washington   US and Cuba seek to normalise ties
  US and Cuba are to start talks to normalise diplomatic ties in a historic shift in relations between the two countries, US officials say
Dec.18   Washington   Sony hack is 'US security issue'   A cyber attack on Sony Pictures that forced the cancellation of a major film release is being seen as a serious national security matter, the... Dec.19   Washington     Obama orders ban on Crimea trade  US President Barack Obama has ordered a ban on the export of goods, technology and services to Crimea Dec.20   Washington   US insists North Korea must take Sony hack blame  The US has rejected North Korea's claim that it was not responsible for a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures Dec.21   Washington   US mulls putting NK on terror list
  Barack Obama has said the US is considering putting North Korea back on its list of terrorism sponsors after the hacking of Sony Pictures
Dec.23   Washington   US economy growing at faster pace  The US economy grew at an annual rate of 5% in the third quarter, its fastest pace for 11 years, official figures suggest   Washington   Gay US blood donor ban 'should end'  Gay and bisexual men should no longer be banned from donating blood in the US, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recommended   Washington     Obama hails The Interview screenings
  US President Barack Obama has welcomed a decision by Sony to screen a comedy about North Korea in a limited number of US cinemas on Christmas Day
Dec.29   Washington     Obama suggests Putin 'not so smart'  President Barack Obama has said Vladimir Putin made a 'strategic mistake' when he annexed Crimea, in a move that was 'not so smart'

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