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02-02 President speaks on state of nation Washington
2. 02-04 Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda' London
D. 02-06 Patriots win Super Bowl over Eagles Florida
E. 02-11 Playwright Miller dies New England
5. 02-15 US warns Syria over Lebanon role Washington
G. 02-16 NHL cancel season New York
H. 02-16 CIA links terror threat to Iraq CIA
8. 02-17 Bush names Negroponte intelligence chief Washington

Summary.     Click for More > Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda' Patriots win Super Bowl over Eagles US names Mid-East security envoy NATO united over Iraq, Rice says Iran defiant after U.S warning US urges N Korea to resume talks Playwright Miller dies N. Korea demands direct U.S. talks Rumsfeld urges terror fight unity   US warns Syria over Lebanon role  Rice has warned Syria against interfering in Lebanon, following the killing of former Prime Minister by a car bomb Boeing unveils new 777 aircraft NHL cancel season  The NHL canceled the remainder of the season after last-ditch offers were rejected on the final day of negotiations CIA links terror threat to Iraq Bush names Negroponte intelligence chief Ex-US leaders begin tsunami tour   Clinton and Bush see damage  After a meeting with President Yudhoyono, the pair flew to the province to see a mosque and refugee camps New al-Zawahiri tape lashes U.S. policy Bush calls for new trans-Atlantic unity  President told European leaders that trans-Atlantic unity was essential to take on shared challenges Bush wins NATO help to train Iraqi forces Bush arrived in Slovakia Eastwood's Baby scoops top Oscars Jackson's trial starts
President speaks on state of nation
Feb.2   Washington
  Bush discussed his plans to advance liberty in the world and protect opportunities for future generations
Feb.4   London
Feb.6   Florida
Feb.7   West Bank
Feb.9   NATO
  Iran
Feb.10   Washington
Feb.11   New England
  North Korea
Feb.12   Germany
Feb.15   Washington
  USA
Feb.16   New York
  CIA
Feb.17   Washington
Feb.18   Thailand
Feb.19   Aceh
Feb.20   Qatar
Feb.21   Belgium
Feb.22   NATO
Feb.23   Slovakia
Feb.27   Southern California
Feb.28   Southern California



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North America
Clinton made UN's tsunami envoy
US convinced of Darfur 'genocide'
President speaks on state of nation
Rumsfeld twice offered to resign
Bush budget seeks deep cutbacks
Bush seeks $950 million in tsunami aid
US urges N Korea to resume talks
US warns Syria over Lebanon role
Senator alleges oil-for-food 'bribe'
Bush names Negroponte intelligence chief
Patriots win Super Bowl over Eagles
Giambi sorry over steroid saga
Mickelson claims second big win
NHL cancel season
Armstrong will go for seventh win
Hopkins defends middleweight crown
Gordon takes third Daytona 500
Olympic bid gathers pace
'Child torture' couple arrested
6 months for Abu Ghraib abuser
Priest convicted of raping boy
Man 'set Valentine suicide pact'
Senator alleges oil-for-food 'bribe'
CIA links terror threat to Iraq
Jackson's trial starts
U.S.-Japan upset China over Taiwan
Court rejects $280bn tobacco case
Bush budget seeks deep cutbacks
Fiorina forced out at HP
Washington
US convinced of Darfur 'genocide'
President speaks on state of nation
Rumsfeld twice offered to resign
Bush budget seeks deep cutbacks
US urges N Korea to resume talks
US warns Syria over Lebanon role
Bush names Negroponte intelligence chief
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Senator alleges oil-for-food 'bribe'
CIA links terror threat to Iraq
U.S.-Japan upset China over Taiwan
Court rejects $280bn tobacco case
Bush budget seeks deep cutbacks
Europe
Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda'
Rice urges 'united front' on Iran
NATO united over Iraq, Rice says
Rumsfeld urges terror fight unity
Bush calls for new trans-Atlantic unity
Bush wins NATO help to train Iraqi forces
Bush arrived in Slovakia
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Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda'
Rice urges 'united front' on Iran
NATO united over Iraq, Rice says
Rumsfeld urges terror fight unity
Bush calls for new trans-Atlantic unity
Bush wins NATO help to train Iraqi forces
Bush arrived in Slovakia
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European Union
Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda'
Rice urges 'united front' on Iran
Rice warns Russia on democracy
Rumsfeld urges terror fight unity
Bush calls for new trans-Atlantic unity
Bush arrived in Slovakia
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Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda'
Rice urges 'united front' on Iran
Rice warns Russia on democracy
Rumsfeld urges terror fight unity
Bush calls for new trans-Atlantic unity
Bush arrived in Slovakia
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Middle East
Rice issues peace plea to Israel
US names Mid-East security envoy
Iran defiant after U.S warning
New al-Zawahiri tape lashes U.S. policy
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New al-Zawahiri tape lashes U.S. policy
Rice issues peace plea to Israel
Rumsfeld visits troops
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California Your ad is here
Mickelson claims second big win
Hopkins defends middleweight crown
Jackson's trial starts
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Fiorina forced out at HP
Southern California Your ad is here
Mickelson claims second big win
Hopkins defends middleweight crown
Jackson's trial starts
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Arab Countries
US names Mid-East security envoy
New al-Zawahiri tape lashes U.S. policy
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New al-Zawahiri tape lashes U.S. policy
Rumsfeld visits troops
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U.S. Congress
Bush budget seeks deep cutbacks
Bush seeks $950 million in tsunami aid
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Senator alleges oil-for-food 'bribe'
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Bush budget seeks deep cutbacks
New York Your ad is here
Giambi sorry over steroid saga
NHL cancel season
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East Asia
N. Korea demands direct U.S. talks
Clinton and Bush see damage
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Ex-US leaders begin tsunami tour
Clinton and Bush see damage
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Germany
Rice urges 'united front' on Iran
Rumsfeld urges terror fight unity
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Rice urges 'united front' on Iran
Rumsfeld urges terror fight unity
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Feb.1   UN
 Washington  US convinced of Darfur 'genocide'
Feb.2   Washington  
  Bush discussed his plans to advance liberty in the world and protect opportunities for future generations
Feb.3  Washington  Rumsfeld twice offered to resign Feb.4   London     Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda'  U.S. Secretary of State said that an attack on Iran over its nuclear program is 'not on the agenda at this point'   Germany Rice urges 'united front' on Iran
  Utah 'Child torture' couple arrested   Washington Court rejects $280bn tobacco case  Texas  6 months for Abu Ghraib abuser Feb.5   Poland Rice warns Russia on democracy Feb.6   Jerusalem Rice issues peace plea to Israel   Iran Iran: Abu Ghraib is U.S.'s shame   Florida   Patriots win Super Bowl over Eagles  New England beat Philadelphia 24-21 to win third Super Bowl in four years Feb.7   West Bank   US names Mid-East security envoy  Lt Gen William Ward is to assist Palestinian security reforms. Abbas welcomed US intervention   U.S. Congress Bush budget seeks deep cutbacks   Boston Priest convicted of raping boy Feb.8   France Rice: Time to fix U.S.-Europe rift   France Top US team presses Nato on Iraq Feb.9   NATO     NATO united over Iraq, Rice says  US Secretary of State has said that foreign ministers have held their best discussion on Iraq since the fall of Saddam   San Francisco Bay Area Fiorina forced out at HP   Iran     Iran defiant after U.S warning  Iran vowed never abandon the progress that the country has made in 'developing peaceful nuclear technology'   U.S. Congress Bush seeks $950 million in tsunami aid Feb.10  New York  Giambi sorry over steroid saga   Washington   US urges N Korea to resume talks  The US hopes to persuade North Korea to return to multi-party talks on its nuclear weapons program   USA US airports had warnings of 9/11   Iraq Rumsfeld visits troops Feb.11   New England   Playwright Miller dies  The creator of The Crucible and Death of a Salesman has died at the age of 89   North Korea     N. Korea demands direct U.S. talks  The U.S. has reaffirmed its opposition to 2-way talks   Oregon Man 'set Valentine suicide pact' Feb.12   Germany     Rumsfeld urges terror fight unity  US Defence Secretary has urged Europeans to put aside their differences with the US over Iraq Feb.13  Southern California  Mickelson claims second big win Feb.15   Washington     US warns Syria over Lebanon role
  Rice has warned Syria against interfering in Lebanon, following the killing of former Prime Minister by a car bomb
  USA   Boeing unveils new 777 aircraft  The aircraft firm Boeing has unveiled its new long-distance plane capable of flying 11,000 miles non-stop   U.S. Senate Senator alleges oil-for-food 'bribe' Feb.16  Texas  Armstrong will go for seventh win   New York   NHL cancel season
  The NHL canceled the remainder of the season after last-ditch offers were rejected on the final day of negotiations
  CIA     CIA links terror threat to Iraq  Unrest is providing militants with training and contacts which could be used in new attacks abroad   Samoa Twin cyclones batter South Pacific Feb.17   Washington     Bush names Negroponte intelligence chief  President nominated the U.S. ambassador to Iraq as the nation's first director of national intelligence Feb.18   Thailand     Ex-US leaders begin tsunami tour  Bill Clinton and George Bush Sr. have arrived in Thailand to begin a tour of countries worst-hit by the tsunami   Washington Bush: No plans to attack Iran Feb.19   Aceh     Clinton and Bush see damage
  After a meeting with President Yudhoyono, the pair flew to the province to see a mosque and refugee camps
  Washington U.S.-Japan upset China over Taiwan  Southern California  Hopkins defends middleweight crown Feb.20   Qatar     New al-Zawahiri tape lashes U.S. policy  Osama bin Laden's No. 2 man lashed out at U.S. efforts to extend democracy around the world  Florida  Gordon takes third Daytona 500   Sunni Triangle 'River Blitz' launched around Ramadi Feb.21   Belgium     Bush calls for new trans-Atlantic unity
  President told European leaders that trans-Atlantic unity was essential to take on shared challenges
 New York  Olympic bid gathers pace Feb.22   NATO     Bush wins NATO help to train Iraqi forces  Despite disagreements, NATO leaders agreed to help the United States train Iraqi forces Feb.23   Germany US and Germany bury differences   Slovakia     Bush arrived in Slovakia  US President has arrived ahead of a summit with his Russian counterpart on the last leg of his European tour   Southern California Jackson abuse trial jury selected   Texas Bus massacre suspect arrested Feb.24   Texas Yukos loses US bankruptcy battle Feb.25   Canada Anglican rift deepens over gays  Southern California  Woods, Singh, Mickelson eliminated Feb.26   Kansas BTK arrested Feb.27   Southern California     Eastwood's Baby scoops top Oscars  Million Dollar Baby beat Martin Scorsese's The Aviator to the top awards. Swank and Freeman won acting awards Feb.28   Southern California     Jackson's trial starts  Pop star's child abuse trial is due to start with opening statements from both sides