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  U.S. tracks 4,000 reports of missing  16 Americans have been confirmed dead. The actual number of missing remains unclear U.S. to deploy 35,000 troops for elections  The U.S. military announced the troops will be deployed on the streets of Baghdad on January 30 US to hold new Guantanamo inquiry   The Pentagon has announced a new investigation into allegations of prisoner abuse at the detention center Gonzales defends his record  Bush's nominee for attorney general has denied paving the way for US prisoner abuses   Powell looks to tsunami long haul  The outgoing US secretary of state has said he will tell Bush that U.S. should provide long-term aid to the Indian Ocean   Bush names Chertoff as security chief  President has nominated a federal appeals judge Michael Chertoff as his next secretary of homeland security Human Rights Watch criticizes U.S.  The torture of detainees at Iraq's prison and the treatment of those held in Guantanamo, dealt a blow to the U.S. credibility US cool on North Korea overtures  Officials have given a cautious welcome to indications by North Korea that it may rejoin 6-nation talks   Rice grilled by Senate
  Powell warns of more Iraq attacks  Secretary of State has warned of more violence in the run up to the elections at the end of the month   US presidents in tsunami aid plea

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  President Bush, Bill Clinton and George Bush Senior, have called on Americans to aid the Asian tsunami's victims
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  Bush's nominee as secretary of state says she will use diplomacy to reach a balance of power in the world
Jan.19   Washington   Tight security at inauguration
  The traditional pomp, ceremony and celebration take place under unprecedented post-9/11 security
Jan.20   Washington     Bush sworn in for second term
  Bush vows to fight world tyranny. President's closest political allies around the world moved to congratulate him
  Washington   Lavish inauguration night balls  Bush has been attending a string of balls as Republicans celebrate the start of the president's second term Jan.24   Washington     U.S. mulls $50M bin Laden reward  As an effort to capture terrorist mastermind, the State Department is considering doubling the bounty on his head   France     Bush, Chirac plan Brussels meeting  Bush plans to have dinner with Chirac during a European trip, beginning the first overseas trip of his second term Jan.26   Washington     Bush urges Iraqis to defy rebels  US President has called on Iraqis to vote in election as violent attacks by insurgents continued across Iraq   U.S. Congress     Rice sworn in as secretary of state  Senate Democrats accused her of misleading statements and said she must share the blame for mistakes in Iraq Jan.31   Washington   Judge: Gitmo challenges can proceed
  A federal judge ruled that non-U.S. fighters in the naval base can go to U.S. courts and protest their detention

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