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1. 02-01 Internet firms 'bowed to Beijing' U.S. Congress
C. 02-05 Steelers win Super Bowl over Seahawks Detroit
3. 02-08 Syria, Rice face off over prophet cartoon Washington
E. 02-09 Abducted journalist makes new plea on TV Kuwait
02-12 Cheney shoots man in hunt error Texas
6. 02-16 U.N. report: Close Guantanamo UN
7. 02-21 Bush faces pressure to block port deal Washington

Summary.     Click for More > Bush threatens veto in ports row Execution held off Rice seeks Arab support in Hamas talks Rice makes surprise visit Mardi Gras returns US settles suit by 9/11 detainee
Internet firms 'bowed to Beijing' House Republicans pick Boehner as leader US to expel Venezuelan diplomat Steelers win Super Bowl over Seahawks  Parker broke a record 75-yard touchdown run, sparking Pittsburgh's 21-10 victory over Seattle Bush seeks defence spending rise US presidents honour King widow Syria, Rice face off over prophet cartoon Bush details foiled al Qaeda attack on LA Abducted journalist makes new plea on TV   Cheney shoots man in hunt error  The Vice-President has accidentally shot and injured a man during a quail hunting trip U.N. draft: Acts 'amounting to torture'   New Abu Ghraib images broadcast  An Australian TV channel has broadcast previously unpublished images showing US abuse of prisoners New inquiry urged over Abu Ghraib U.N. report: Close Guantanamo  UN: The U.S. government should release all suspected terrorists it's holding at Guantanamo or try them Annan backs UN Guantanamo demand Johnson wins Daytona 500 Bush faces pressure to block port deal
Feb.1   U.S. Congress
Feb.2   Washington
Feb.3   Washington
Feb.5   Detroit
Feb.6   Washington
Feb.7   Washington
Feb.8   Washington
Feb.9   Washington
  Kuwait
Feb.12   Texas
Feb.13   Guantanamo
Feb.15   Australia
  Washington
Feb.16   UN
  UN
Feb.19   Florida
Feb.21   Washington
  The deal would give a United Arab Emirates-based company management of six major U.S. seaports.    Bush warned that the United States is sending 'mixed signals' by attacking an Arab company after the ports were run by a UK f...
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  Egypt
Feb.23   Beirut
Feb.27   New Orleans
Feb.28   Washington



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North America
Internet firms 'bowed to Beijing'
Angry U.S. wants envoys' answers
House Republicans pick Boehner as leader
Congress scraps cotton subsidy
US to expel Venezuelan diplomat
Bush seeks defence spending rise
US presidents honour King widow
Syria, Rice face off over prophet cartoon
New inquiry urged over Abu Ghraib
U.N. report: Close Guantanamo
Annan backs UN Guantanamo demand
Bush faces pressure to block port deal
Bush threatens veto in ports row
Steelers win Super Bowl over Seahawks
Johnson wins Daytona 500
Murray claims 1st win at SAP Open
Bush details foiled al Qaeda attack on LA
State to put rapists on posters
Execution held off
Internet firms 'bowed to Beijing'
Mourners honour Luther King wife
New inquiry urged over Abu Ghraib
U.N. report: Close Guantanamo
Annan backs UN Guantanamo demand
Washington
Internet firms 'bowed to Beijing'
Angry U.S. wants envoys' answers
House Republicans pick Boehner as leader
US to expel Venezuelan diplomat
Bush seeks defence spending rise
US presidents honour King widow
Syria, Rice face off over prophet cartoon
New inquiry urged over Abu Ghraib
Bush faces pressure to block port deal
Bush threatens veto in ports row
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Bush details foiled al Qaeda attack on LA
Internet firms 'bowed to Beijing'
New inquiry urged over Abu Ghraib
Arab Countries
Rumsfeld pushes U.S. ties in N. Africa
Palestinians to give back US aid
Rice seeks Arab support in Hamas talks
Woods beats Els in Dubai playoff
Abducted journalist makes new plea on TV
Jill Carroll's kidnappers set 'final deadline'
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Italy
Davis makes history
Hedrick takes speed skating gold
Kwan withdraws
U.S. dominate women's halfpipe
Jacobellis blunder costs her gold
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U.S. Congress
Internet firms 'bowed to Beijing'
Angry U.S. wants envoys' answers
Congress scraps cotton subsidy
Deal struck on anti-terror law
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Internet firms 'bowed to Beijing'
California Your ad is here
Murray claims 1st win at SAP Open
Execution held off
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Southern U.S.
Mourners honour Luther King wife
Johnson wins Daytona 500
State to put rapists on posters
Mourners honour Luther King wife
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Woods beats Els in Dubai playoff
Abducted journalist makes new plea on TV
Jill Carroll's kidnappers set 'final deadline'
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Internet firms 'bowed to Beijing'  Congressmen have condemned major firms including Microsoft and Google for helping China censor the internet Angry U.S. wants envoys' answers Jimmy Carter: Give Hamas a chance Congress scraps cotton subsidy House Republicans pick Boehner as leader  John Boehner of Ohio edged out the acting majority leader Roy Blunt US to expel Venezuelan diplomat  The United States has ordered the expulsion of a Venezuelan envoy in a tit-for-tat move Mourners honour Luther King wife Steelers win Super Bowl over Seahawks


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Feb.1   U.S. Congress  
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Feb.2   U.S. Congress
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Feb.3   Washington  
Feb.4   US Georgia
Feb.5  Dubai  Woods beats Els in Dubai playoff
  Detroit  
  Parker broke a record 75-yard touchdown run, sparking Pittsburgh's 21-10 victory over Seattle
Feb.6   Washington     Bush seeks defence spending rise  President has proposed a $2,770bn annual budget, with more money for defence, but less for many social areas   Cuba Cuba protest flags block U.S. message
Feb.7   Washington   US presidents honour King widow  4 presidents were among thousands of mourners who attended the funeral of Coretta Scott King   Beijing China rejects U.S. threat label Feb.8   Washington     Syria, Rice face off over prophet cartoon  Secretary of State began sparring with the Syrian government over the deadly protests   Los Angeles Early Grammy success for Mariah   Washington Israel: Hamas regime be called terror state Feb.9   Washington     Bush details foiled al Qaeda attack on LA  The attackers would have flown the plane into the Los Angeles tallest building   Kuwait   Abducted journalist makes new plea on TV  Journalist Jill Carroll appeared on Kuwaiti TV, urging the U.S. government to meet her kidnappers' demands   U.S. Congress Deal struck on anti-terror law Feb.10   England U.S. suspect agrees to extradition   Kuwait Jill Carroll's kidnappers set 'final deadline' Feb.11  Italy  Hedrick takes speed skating gold Feb.12  Italy  Kwan withdraws   Texas     Cheney shoots man in hunt error
  The Vice-President has accidentally shot and injured a man during a quail hunting trip
  Pakistan Pakistanis 'killed in US strike'   U.S. Congress US government 'failed' on Katrina   Algeria Rumsfeld pushes U.S. ties in N. Africa Feb.13  Italy  U.S. dominate women's halfpipe   New York City buried in snow   Guantanamo   U.N. draft: Acts 'amounting to torture'  An investigation has concluded that the U.S. committed acts amounting to torture at Guantanamo Bay Feb.14   Texas Man Cheney shot has heart attack   USA Poll: Americans suspect monitoring Feb.15   Australia     New Abu Ghraib images broadcast
  An Australian TV channel has broadcast previously unpublished images showing US abuse of prisoners
  Washington     New inquiry urged over Abu Ghraib  Civil liberties groups have called for an inquiry into treatment of Iraqi detainees after new images were shown   Washington Cheney talks about accident   USA Mine giant settles pollution case Feb.16   UN   U.N. report: Close Guantanamo
  UN: The U.S. government should release all suspected terrorists it's holding at Guantanamo or try them
  UN     Annan backs UN Guantanamo demand  The Secretary General has said the U.S. must shut down the prison camp 'as soon as is possible' Feb.17   England Cabinet member urges Gitmo closing  Italy  Jacobellis blunder costs her gold   West Bank Palestinians to give back US aid   USA Ebola vaccine passes first human tests Feb.18  Italy  Davis makes history   Washington Bush: Work to re-energize nuclear energy Feb.19   East Africa 10 U.S. troops dead in crash   Florida   Johnson wins Daytona 500   Jimmie Johnson won a 2-lap shootout to claim his first Daytona 500 victory   San Francisco Bay Area Murray claims 1st win at SAP Open Feb.20   Mississippi State to put rapists on posters Feb.21   Washington     Bush faces pressure to block port deal
  The deal would give a United Arab Emirates-based company management of six major U.S. seaports
 Bush warned that the United States is sending 'mixed signals' by attacking an Arab company after the ports were run by a UK firm for years. The White House has faced criticism this week over its decision to let a subsidiary of UAE government-controll
  Washington     Bush threatens veto in ports row  US President will veto any law blocking a deal giving an Arab company control of 6 US ports   San Francisco Bay Area   Execution held off  The state of California has cancelled the execution of a convicted killer Morales over the lethal injection method   Egypt     Rice seeks Arab support in Hamas talks  Condoleezza Rice: The United States and Egypt are pals, even if they don't agree on how to deal with the Hamas Feb.23   Beirut     Rice makes surprise visit  U.S. Secretary of State made a surprise visit to Beirut to meet with government officials, but not with President Feb.24   Northern Italy Mancuso grabs giant slalom victory Feb.27   New Orleans   Mardi Gras returns  Tens of thousands of revellers are gathering for the climax of the first Mardi Gras since Hurricane Katrina Feb.28   Washington   US settles suit by 9/11 detainee  The US government has agreed to pay $300,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by an Egyptian Elmaghraby