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Bush deplores 'crime' of slavery   Dems want uranium claim probed  Bush's assertion in State of the Union address that Iraq tried to buy uranium in Africa has since admitted was erroneous   Bush denies rift with South Africa  Bush and Thabo Mbeki discuss challenges of Zimbabwe   Rumsfeld brushes aside WMD fears  Defence Secretary has admitted that the US had no fresh intelligence about WMD in Iraq before going to war   Bush in Botswana to highlight AIDS plight  Bush will meet with President Mogae during his one-day visit and is scheduled to tour Global Competitiveness Hub   Powell: Bush to make Liberia decision soon  President will decide in the next few days whether to send U.S. troops to enforce a cease-fire, Powell announced Rumsfeld stands by war rationale   CIA 'cleared' Iraq uranium claim  Bush has defended a controversial State of the Union speech he made about the case for going to war Sharon, Bush to meet this month CIA chief takes blame for Bush speech
Bush vows to finish job in Iraq U.S. cuts funding to 50 nations U.S. may send 500-1,000 troops to Liberia U.S. 'warning order' on Liberia Bush approves terror suspect trials CIA to study Saddam's tape U.S. to send small military team to Liberia Bush to promote his initiatives in Africa Bush embarks on landmark Africa tour   Bush begins landmark Africa tour


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Jul.9   South Africa  
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Jul.11   CIA  
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  Tenet: A line in State of the Union address alleging that Iraq was trying to buy uranium should never been included
Jul.12   Washington     Bush stands by CIA after Iraq mistake  President remained confident in Tenet after the CIA took responsibility for the mistake in the State of the Union address   Nigeria   Bush praises Nigeria's leadership on AIDS  Before ending his African visit, Bush pledged that the United States would work with Nigeria to bring peace to Liberia Jul.13   Washington Rice defends uranium claim   Washington   U.S. in damage control over Iraq Map of White House USA  The White House is insisting Bush did not manipulate intelligence during his now controversial State of the Union address   Washington     US warns of more Iraq attacks  Defence Secretary Rumsfeld has warned that attacks on US forces could increase Jul.14   Washington     No U.S. troops until Taylor leaves  After a meeting with Kofi Annan, Bush said, 'the conditions necessary for the cease-fire Taylor must leave   Washington US defies Moussaoui court ruling Jul.15   Washington   Homecoming delayed for some troops  The postponement affects 9,000 in the 3rd Infantry Division, which has been in Iraq since the start of the war   Washington US cuts growth forecasts Jul.16   Washington China, U.S. unite over N. Korea   Washington FBI looking into Iraq-Niger documents Jul.17   U.S. Congress     Blair visits Bush and defends war
  Prime Minister is telling the Congress that 'history will not forgive' world leaders who fail to confront the WMD threat
  Washington Progress in North Korea diplomacy
Jul.19   Washington U.S. releases Iraq documents   Washington China, U.S. hold Korea talks   Liberia US appeals for Monrovia peace Jul.21   Washington   Bush cautions Iran and Syria  President has accused Iran and Syria of continuing to support terror and warned that the US may take action Jul.22   Washington Aide takes blame for uranium claim Jul.23   Iraq     U.S. to show photos of dead sons  Defense Secretary Rumsfeld says U.S. will release photographs of the bodies of Uday and Qusay Hussein Jul.24   Washington CIA: Tape likely voice of Saddam   U.S. Congress 9/11 intelligence failings attacked Jul.25   Washington Abbas visits Bush at White House   Liberia   Bush orders troops to positions off Liberia
  President ordered U.S. troops to support a West African peacekeeping force that is expected to be deployed
Jul.29   Washington     Bush, Sharon focus on terror groups  Following a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister, President said more must be done to 'dismantle terrorist capabilities'   Washington   9/11 report sparks U.S.-Saudi spat  Saudi officials are disappointed the U.S. is refusing to declassify parts of a report on the September 11 attacks   Washington   Officials: Suicide airliner hijackings possible  The Dept. of Homeland Security is warning that Islamic extremists might be plotting suicide airliner hijackings Jul.30   Washington U.S. offers U.N. resolution on Liberia
Jul.31   Washington   U.S.: N Korea nuke talks on track
  An agreement in principle has been reached for a talks aimed at shutting down nuclear weapons program
  Washington   US expert promises WMD 'surprises'  David Kay, the top US weapons inspector in Iraq, said solid progress was being made


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1. 07-01 Bush vows to finish job in Iraq Washington
2. 07-02 U.S. may send 500-1,000 troops to Liberia Washington
3. 07-03 U.S. 'warning order' on Liberia Liberia
E. 07-04 CIA to study Saddam's tape CIA
5. 07-04 U.S. to send small military team to Liberia Liberia
G. 07-07 Bush embarks on landmark Africa tour Washington
07-07 Bush begins landmark Africa tour Senegal
I. 07-08 Bush deplores 'crime' of slavery Senegal
9. 07-08 Dems want uranium claim probed Washington



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Africa
Bush begins landmark Africa tour
Bush deplores 'crime' of slavery
Bush denies rift with South Africa
Bush in Botswana to highlight AIDS plight
U.S. 'warning order' on Liberia
U.S. to send small military team to Liberia
US appeals for Monrovia peace
Bush orders troops to positions off Liberia
Bush begins landmark Africa tour
Bush deplores 'crime' of slavery
Bush denies rift with South Africa
Bush in Botswana to highlight AIDS plight
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West Africa
Bush begins landmark Africa tour
Bush deplores 'crime' of slavery
Bush praises Nigeria's leadership on AIDS
U.S. 'warning order' on Liberia
U.S. to send small military team to Liberia
Bush orders troops to positions off Liberia
Bush begins landmark Africa tour
Bush deplores 'crime' of slavery
Bush praises Nigeria's leadership on AIDS
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North America
CIA to study Saddam's tape
CIA chief takes blame for Bush speech
Blair visits Bush and defends war
CIA 'cleared' Iraq uranium claim
Blair visits Bush and defends war
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U.S. 'warning order' on Liberia
U.S. to send small military team to Liberia
Bush orders troops to positions off Liberia
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CIA
CIA to study Saddam's tape
CIA chief takes blame for Bush speech
CIA 'cleared' Iraq uranium claim
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