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B. 08-09 Discovery returns safely to Earth Southern California
C. 08-12 Bush warns Iran on nuclear plans Washington
D. 08-19 Al Qaeda claim for Red Sea attacks Jordan
E. 08-19 Merck punished for faulty drug Texas
5. 08-28 Katrina now Category 5 New Orleans
6. 08-28 City evacuated as storm nears New Orleans
08-29 Hurricane Katrina lashes coast New Orleans
8. 08-29 Dozens feared dead after storm New Orleans

Summary.     Click for More > Dozens feared dead after storm 'Up to 80' dead in hurricane U.S.: Air strikes kill seven insurgents City evacuations under way Katrina will scar US 'for years'
14 Marines, civilian killed in bombing   Discovery returns safely to Earth  The shuttle has touched down successfully at Edwards Air Force Base 54 minutes before dawn Bush warns Iran on nuclear plans Antiwar mom leaves Bush stakeout   Al Qaeda claim for Red Sea attacks  The Martyr Abdallah Azzam Brigades has claimed rocket attacks that targeted but missed 2 U.S. military ships Merck punished for faulty drug 'Bin Laden assassination debated' Merck to fight drug onslaught Bush urges Sunnis to choose peace 1,500 more troops headed for Iraq Bush calls Shiite leader on constitution Bush calls for US resolve on Iraq Gulf Coast residents urged to get out Katrina now Category 5  New Orleans Mayor declared a state of emergency and ordered a mandatory evacuation of the city City evacuated as storm nears  The mayor has ordered hundreds of thousands of people to flee the city as Hurricane Katrina nears Rev. Jackson offers support to Chavez Katrina may be 'our Asian tsunami' Hurricane Katrina lashes coast
Aug.3   Iraq
Aug.9   Southern California
Aug.12   Washington
Aug.18   Texas
Aug.19   Jordan
  Texas
  Washington
Aug.20   USA
Aug.23   Washington
Aug.24   USA
Aug.26   Texas
Aug.27   Texas
  New Orleans
Aug.28   New Orleans
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  New Orleans
Aug.29   New Orleans
  1,836 people lost their lives in the hurricane and in the subsequent floods.    The costliest and one of the deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States. Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast as far as 100 miles from the storm's center. ...
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Aug.30   New Orleans
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Aug.31   New Orleans
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North America
Bush names Bolton as U.N. ambassador
Bush sends peace envoys to Sudan
Bush rejects early Iraq pullout
Bush dismisses al-Qaeda warning
US supports EU Iran nuclear plan
Bush warns Iran on nuclear plans
CIA: Iran president likely not captor
Antiwar mom leaves Bush stakeout
'Bin Laden assassination debated'
Bush urges Sunnis to choose peace
Bush calls Shiite leader on constitution
Bush calls for US resolve on Iraq
US fights fresh Abu Ghraib images
Antiwar mom leaves Bush stakeout
Bush urges Sunnis to choose peace
Gulf Coast residents urged to get out
Katrina now Category 5
City evacuated as storm nears
Katrina may be 'our Asian tsunami'
Hurricane Katrina lashes coast
Dozens feared dead after storm
'Up to 80' dead in hurricane
City evacuations under way
Katrina will scar US 'for years'
Microsoft in $7m spam settlement
IMF: Violence curbing Iraq reconstruction
Merck punished for faulty drug
Washington
Bush names Bolton as U.N. ambassador
Bush dismisses al-Qaeda warning
US supports EU Iran nuclear plan
Bush warns Iran on nuclear plans
CIA: Iran president likely not captor
'Bin Laden assassination debated'
Bush urges Sunnis to choose peace
US fights fresh Abu Ghraib images
Bush urges Sunnis to choose peace
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Seven Marines die in two attacks
14 Marines, civilian killed in bombing
U.S. offensive begins after attacks
U.S.: Air strikes kill seven insurgents
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Texas
Antiwar mom leaves Bush stakeout
Bush calls Shiite leader on constitution
Bush calls for US resolve on Iraq
Antiwar mom leaves Bush stakeout
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Merck punished for faulty drug

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Bush names Bolton as U.N. ambassador 14 Marines, civilian killed in bombing Map of Haditha Iraq  A roadside bomb blast killed 14 Marines and a civilian interpreter as they rode in a vehicle south of Haditha Bush dismisses al-Qaeda warning US supports EU Iran nuclear plan Shuttle return held for 24 hours   Discovery returns safely to Earth


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Aug.1   Washington
 Washington  Bush sends peace envoys to Sudan
Aug.2  Iraq  Seven Marines die in two attacks
 USA  Shuttle crew confident about fix
Aug.3   Iraq  
 USA  Astronaut fixes shuttle in smooth move
 Washington  Bush rejects early Iraq pullout
Aug.4   Washington
Aug.5  Western Iraq  U.S. offensive begins after attacks
  Washington
 Virginia  Jury rules killer fit to die
Aug.7  Finland  Gatlin strides to 100 meters glory
 New York  Veteran newsreader Peter Jennings dies
Aug.8   USA
 USA  Shuttle seeks clear return window
Aug.9   Southern California  
  The shuttle has touched down successfully at Edwards Air Force Base 54 minutes before dawn
 Washington  U.S.: North Korea deal 'uncertain'  USA  Wife kills guard in jailbreak  Miami  Cuban spies trial in US 'biased' Aug.10   Microsoft Microsoft in $7m spam settlement   Baghdad Attacks kill 4 Iraqis, 4 U.S. troops  Ohio  Police seize jailbreak couple Aug.11   USA Nasa scraps shuttle launch date Aug.12   Washington CIA: Iran president likely not captor   Venezuela Chavez revokes US agent immunity   Washington     Bush warns Iran on nuclear plans  US President still has not ruled out the option of using force against Iran, after it resumed work on its nuclear program   New York City releases 9/11 documents Aug.13   Berlin Germany attacks US on Iran threat   Washington US fights fresh Abu Ghraib images Aug.15   New Jersey Mickelson grabs second major title Aug.16   England Madonna hurt in fall from horse Aug.17   Washington IMF: Violence curbing Iraq reconstruction Aug.18   Texas     Antiwar mom leaves Bush stakeout  Cindy Sheehan has camped outside President's ranch for nearly 2 weeks to protest the war in Iraq Aug.19   Jordan     Al Qaeda claim for Red Sea attacks
  The Martyr Abdallah Azzam Brigades has claimed rocket attacks that targeted but missed 2 U.S. military ships
  Texas   Merck punished for faulty drug  The drugs giant is to blame for the fatal heart attack suffered by a man taking its painkiller Vioxx   Washington     'Bin Laden assassination debated'  During meetings with n 1998, Taliban discussed assassinating or expelling Osama in response to bombings in Africa   Eastern Afghanistan Marine, Afghan killed in fighting
Aug.20   USA   Merck to fight drug onslaught  Drugs giant is vowing to fight a potential wave of thousands of lawsuits over the painkiller Vioxx Aug.21  Colorado  49er dies after football game  Ohio  Federer wins 22nd successive final Aug.22   Afghanistan 40 recent insurgent deaths Aug.23   Washington     Bush urges Sunnis to choose peace  Sunni minority faces a choice between peace and violence, US President has warned   Washington Rumsfeld: Iraq not fated to civil war  France  Armstrong denies drug allegations   Southern California Jackson witness on fraud charge   Canada Canada hints at trade war with U.S. Aug.24   USA   1,500 more troops headed for Iraq  1,500 paratroopers will temporarily boost military strength during the Iraq fall election period Aug.25   USA US people getting fatter, fast   Florida Two die as hurricane hits Aug.26   Texas     Bush calls Shiite leader on constitution  The President is encouraging Abdul Aziz al-Hakim to keep the political process open during the negotiations   Venezuela Chavez swipes at 'assassin' Bush Aug.27   Texas   Bush calls for US resolve on Iraq  US President has called on Americans to be patient with the situation and warned that there will be further sacrifice   New Orleans     Gulf Coast residents urged to get out  Hurricane-savvy Louisianans are leaving the state in advance of Katrina's potential arrival on the sate of Mississippi   Arizona Anti-war grans face no charges Aug.28   New Orleans   Katrina now Category 5
  New Orleans Mayor declared a state of emergency and ordered a mandatory evacuation of the city
  New Orleans   City evacuated as storm nears
  The mayor has ordered hundreds of thousands of people to flee the city as Hurricane Katrina nears
  Venezuela     Rev. Jackson offers support to Chavez  Rev. Jesse Jackson is saying a call for Chavez assassination was a criminal act   Texas Bush praises Iraq charter effort   New Orleans   Katrina may be 'our Asian tsunami'  Flooding expected from the hurricane could wreak catastrophe on New Orleans, overwhelming its sewage systems Aug.29   Southern Afghanistan Taliban commander killed   New Orleans   Hurricane Katrina lashes coast
  1,836 people lost their lives in the hurricane and in the subsequent floods
 The costliest and one of the deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States. Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast as far as 100 miles from the storm's center. Parts of New Orleans are flooded with up to 6 feet of water after some of the pumps failed. The storm is estimated to have been responsible for $81.2 billion in damage
 New York  Kuznetsova beaten in opening round   New Orleans   Dozens feared dead after storm  At least 50 people were killed in one county alone. The storm is causing up to $25bn of damage Aug.30   New Orleans     'Up to 80' dead in hurricane  A huge rescue operation is under way along the US Gulf Coast. 30 have died in one beachfront apartment complex   Western Iraq     U.S.: Air strikes kill seven insurgents  The strikes have flattened safe houses used by militants linked to al Qaeda in western Iraq   Mississippi Race to rescue hurricane victims  New York  Roddick frustrated by Gilles Muller Aug.31   New Orleans   City evacuations under way  Bush called the disaster 'one of the worst natural disasters in our nation's history'   New Orleans   Katrina will scar US 'for years'  President Bush flew over devastated areas on the Gulf coast and vowed his cabinet will take over the aid operation