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05-03 Jury spares 9/11 plotter Moussaoui Washington
C. 05-04 Moussaoui delivers final taunt Washington
3. 05-05 Porter Goss resigns as CIA chief CIA
4. 05-06 Bush denies CIA boss forced out White House, Washington
5. 05-08 Hayden named as Bush CIA choice CIA
6. 05-08 US rejects surprise Iran letter Washington
7. 05-09 Ahmadinejad letter attacks Bush Washington
I. 05-09 Rumsfeld: Iran intelligence needed care Washington

Moussaoui delivers final taunt  Zacarias Moussaoui was formally sentenced to life in prison for his role in 9/11. He blasted the U.S. one last time Judge hits back in Moussaoui spat UN to quiz Washington on torture  The US is due to appear before the Committee on Torture for the first time since launching its war on terror Porter Goss resigns as CIA chief  Bush: Porter's tenure was one of transition. No reason was given for the resignation   Bush denies CIA boss forced out   The White House has denied reports that the president had lost confidence in the CIA chief   Hayden named as Bush CIA choice  US President has nominated former head of the National Security Agency Air Force General Michael Hayden   US rejects surprise Iran letter  Condoleezza Rice: A letter to Bush from Iranian leader Ahmadinejad will not solve the growing nuclear dispute   Ahmadinejad letter attacks Bush
Jury spares 9/11 plotter Moussaoui

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  Al Qaeda terrorist should spend the rest of his life in prison, a jury determined on the 7th day of deliberations
  The stone-faced 9 men and 3 women returned their verdict after reliving the 9/11 attacks through weeks of testimony and evidence. A Frenchman of Moroccan heritage, Zacarias Moussaoui, clapping his hands as he left the courtroom, said: 'America, you lost, I won'. The rejection of the death penalty viewed as a setback for the government.
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  Iranian President criticises the US invasion of Iraq and urges US President to return to religious principles
 The 18-page letter is the first from an Iranian president to a US leader since Iran's 1979 revolution Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in the letter questioned the creation of Israel. He suggests Washington has been untruthful about the 9/11 attacks. There would not be a written response to Iranian president.
  Washington     Rumsfeld: Iran intelligence needed care  Defense Secretary: The 'wrong' intelligence used to justify the invasion of Iraq   Washington US criticises new UN rights body May.12   Washington US calls for Uzbek killings probe   Washington US rejects Annan appeal on Iran May.13   Washington     Bush defends US spying program  US President in his weekly radio address to launch a strong defence of administration's domestic surveillance May.15   Washington   U.S. to restore relations with Libya  The United States intends to remove Libya from the list of state sponsors of terrorism   Washington   Bush unveils immigration reforms
  President has announced plans to introduce an additional 6,000 guards along the border with Mexico
May.16   Washington   US releases 9/11 Pentagon video Map of Pentagon USA
  The justice department has released the first video of the plane crashing into the Pentagon in 2001
  Washington U.S. axes free trade talks with Ecuador May.17   Washington Bush signs 'pro-growth' tax cut May.19   Washington   Troops shot Iraqis 'in cold blood'  Rep. John Murtha, a decorated Marine colonel, has said Marines killed at least 30 innocent civilians 'in cold blood' May.22   Washington     Israel's PM starts key US talks  Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has met Secretary of State Rice ahead of talks with President George W Bush May.23   Washington   House OKs more Palestinian sanctions  The House is drawing the displeasure of the Bush administration and dividing the pro-Israel lobbying community May.25   Washington     Blair, Bush: World must stand with Iraq  Tony Blair and George W Bush have called for the world to give its full support to the new Iraqi government May.26   House of Representatives   'Shots heard' in Capitol office  The sound of gunfire was heard in a House of Representatives office building, at the garage level   Washington   US 'winding up' Iraq deaths probe Map of Pentagon USA  Pentagon: An investigation into claims that US marines may have deliberately killed civilians is nearing its end May.29   U.S. Congress   Charges of cover-up against Marines  Some members of Congress have been told told to brace for Haditha fallout May.30   Washington   Paulson is new US treasury chief  Henry Paulson, the chairman of investment bank Goldman Sachs, has been nominated as the treasury secretary   Washington   US to make Haditha probe public  The government has promised to make public all the details into the alleged massacre of Iraqi civilians May.31   Washington   US to join Iran talks
  The US is ready to join direct multilateral talks if Tehran suspends disputed nuclear activities

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05/04 UN to quiz Washington on torture
05/05 Porter Goss resigns as CIA chief
05/08 Hayden named as Bush CIA choice
05/26 'Shots heard' in Capitol office
05/29 Charges of cover-up against Marines
05/29 Charges of cover-up against Marines
05/05 Porter Goss resigns as CIA chief
05/08 Hayden named as Bush CIA choice
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05/26 'Shots heard' in Capitol office
05/29 Charges of cover-up against Marines
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