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  Clinton backs Obama and bows out
  Israeli warning over nuclear Iran  Speaking during a visit the Prime Minister has said Iran's nuclear program must be stopped by 'all possible means'   Surprise Obama-Clinton talks held

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  Democratic hopeful Barack Obama has had an unannounced meeting with his defeated rival Hillary Clinton to bring their campaigns together
Jun.7   Washington  
  Hillary Clinton has told her supporters to unite behind Barack Obama as she suspended her campaign to become the nominee for the president
 In her speech at the National Building Museum, Hillary was grateful to 'all who poured hearts' into this campaign. She urged supporters to now ensure their energy and passion was directed towards getting Obama elected
Jun.9   Washington     Bush heads to Europe for six-nation tour  The tour likely will be his last trip to the continent during his presidency for an eight-day trip to highlight improved U.S. relations   Washington   Danger of US downturn 'has faded'  Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke: The US economy may have avoided a major decline. He is playing down recent unemployment rises Jun.11   Washington   US defends Afghan border strike Map of Pentagon USA  The Pentagon has said an air strike by US forces in the Afghan-Pakistani border was legitimate Jun.12   U.S. Supreme Court   Major Guantanamo setback for Bush
  Foreign suspects held in Guantanamo Bay have the right to challenge their detention in civilian courts.    The decision marks another legal blow to the B...
  Washington   US Guantanamo trials 'to proceed'  Attorney General Michael Mukasey: A ruling by the US Supreme Court on detainees will not affect military trials of enemy combatants Jun.17   U.S. Congress   Interrogation debate detailed  US military lawyers have been detailing the development of harsh techniques used at Guantanamo Bay and other detention centres Jun.18   Washington     Bush calls for offshore drilling
  President George W Bush has called on Congress to end a 27-year ban on drilling for oil in coastal waters, to reduce dependence on imports
  Washington     Rice: N. Korea to declare nuclear past  Secretary of State is saying a deal with Pyongyang to scrap its nuclear ambitions made Asia and the United States safer   Washington   U.S.: Two Venezuelans support terrorism  The U.S. named 2 Venezuelans, including a diplomat, as supporters of international terrorism for their support of the Hezbollah Jun.20   Washington   U.S. to report drop in Iraq war violence   The Pentagon's upcoming report to Congress is expected to highlight a decline in violence in 2008 Jun.23   Washington   Violence down in Iraq since 'surge' Map of Pentagon USA  Pentagon: All major indicators of violence have dropped by between 40 and 80 percent since February 2007 Jun.24   Washington   US to ignore Zimbabwe poll result  State department: The US will not recognise the outcome of Friday's presidential election run-off Jun.25   U.S. Supreme Court   Court bans death for child rape  The Court has struck down Louisiana law that would have allowed the execution of someone convicted of raping a child Jun.26   U.S. Supreme Court   Court overturns DC handgun ban  In a 5-4 decision, a ban on handguns in Washington DC has been ruled unconstitutional   Washington     Clinton and Obama in unity talks  Democratic presidential candidate is holding a joint fund-raising dinner with his former rival, Hillary Clinton   Washington   US to ease North Korea sanctions  The US has agreed to scrap some of its sanctions, after the isolated state handed over long-awaited details of its nuclear program Jun.27   Washington     Pentagon: Taliban 'resilient' in Afghanistan  Nearly 7 years after their defeat by U.S. forces, the Taliban have regrouped and have formed a 'resilient insurgency' Jun.28   Washington   Bush calls for Zimbabwe sanctions
  Calling runoff presidential election a 'sham,' U.S. President said he would push for additional sanctions against the country's government
Jun.29   Washington   U.S. 'preparing the battlefield' in Iran  Journalist Seymour Hersh: The Bush administration has launched a 'significant escalation' of covert operations in Iran, sending commandos to spy

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