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Rice rebukes over Palestinian funds  US Secretary of State has implied Arab states could do more to help the Palestinians Cavaliers win series over Wizards  James compiled 27 points, while helping slow Butler at the defensive end, and the Cavaliers beat the Wizards 105-88 Colombian warlord pleads not guilty  Carlos Mario Jimenez Naranjo, known in Colombia as 'Macaco', pleaded not guilty to drug-trafficking charges in a court after his extradition U.S. agrees to EU's Iran nuclear plan  The United States has signed off on a European plan that would offer increased incentives for Iran to suspend its uranium enrichment program   Bush offers help for Lebanon army  US President George W Bush: The US is prepared to help strengthen Lebanon's army so it can disarm Hezbollah   Speaker Pelosi leads delegation  U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi led a group of lawmakers on a trip to Iraq for a visit, 'a pre-Memorial Day chance to express appreciation to troops'   Nazi guard loses last US appeal  John Demjanjuk, 88, accused of being a guard at a death camp during World War II has finally lost his legal fight to stay in the United States   Gates: U.S. 'stuck' in Guantanamo
U.S. broadens Myanmar sanctions  Bush froze the assets of state-owned companies in Myanmar propping up the military junta, which is suppressing pro-democracy dissidents   Bush offers $770m for food crisis

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  George W Bush has offered an international food aid to help ease the effects of surging food prices that have sparked riots in some countries
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  Defense Secretary told a Senate subcommittee that Efforts to close the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, are at 'a standstill'
  Washington     Inquiry clears FBI in harsh interrogations  Justice Department: The FBI did not participate in harsh interrogations of suspected terrorists detained in Guantanamo, Afghanistan or Iraq May.30   CIA   CIA chief: Al-Qaeda in retreat  Michael Hayden has said al-Qaeda is essentially defeated in Iraq and Saudi Arabia, and on the defensive elsewhere   Washington   U.S., Libya discussing terrorism  Negotiations between the United States and Libya could result in compensation for past acts of state-sponsored terrorism by Libya   Washington     Burma policy costs lives, says US
  Defence Secretary Robert Gates has accused Burma of causing the loss of tens of thousands of lives by hindering international relief efforts
  Washington   Libya to resolve claims with US  The US and Libya have agreed to work together to resolve compensation claims from the Lockerbie bombing blamed on Libyan agents May.31   Washington     US Democrats hold key poll talks
  The Democratic Party is meeting to decide the fate of two states left out of the dramatic race to find its candidate for president
  Washington     Democrats reach delegate deal
  Hillary Clinton's efforts to secure the Party's nomination for president have suffered a setback.
 The Democratic Party is voting to decide the fate of two states debarred for the presidential nomination process. A compromise has reportedly been agreed to restore Florida and Michigan delegates to the convention, but cut their voting power in half

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