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08-03 'Ground Zero mosque' moves closer Ground Zero, Manhattan
C. 08-03 BP starts 'static kill' on well Louisiana
D. 08-04 US judge rejects gay marriage ban California
E. 08-04 Majority of BP spill 'dealt with' Louisiana
5. 08-07 Taliban kills medics, including Americans Badakhshan, Northern Afghanistan
6. 08-14 U.S. drone attacks kills 12 militants North Waziristan, Tribal Areas
7. 08-14 U.S. helicopters arrive to assist relief Pakistan
8. 08-18 Last US combat brigade quits Iraq Southern Iraq
9. 08-20 Palestinians, Israel agree to resume talks Washington

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'Ground Zero mosque' moves closer Map of Ground Zero USA  An attempt to stop a plan for a mosque near New York's Ground Zero has failed after the site was denied landmark status BP starts 'static kill' on well US judge rejects gay marriage ban Majority of BP spill 'dealt with' Taliban kills medics, including Americans   Ten people -- including at least six Americans -- were killed by gunmen. The foreigners were believed to have been doctors U.S. drone attacks kills 12 militants U.S. helicopters arrive to assist relief Petraeus hedges over Afghan exit Astronauts on spacewalk Gulf oil spreads east on sea floor Last US combat brigade quits Iraq US pledges Pakistan full support   Palestinians, Israel agree to resume talks  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: The talks, involving other regional and international players, are intended to resolve all 'final status'... General warns on Afghan deadline US warns of Pakistan aid threat  The Pakistani Taliban are planning to attack foreigners helping with flood relief efforts in the country, a senior US official has warned Flood victims give USAID chief an earful US citizen freed in North Korea by Carter US recovery 'slower than expected' Anger as US conservatives rally Obama hails spirit of New Orleans Dutch arrest two men after flight from US U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends
Aug.3   Manhattan
  Louisiana
Aug.4   California
  Louisiana
Aug.7   Northern Afghanistan
Aug.14   Tribal Areas
  Pakistan
Aug.15   Washington
Aug.16   USA
  Louisiana
Aug.18   Southern Iraq
Aug.19   Washington
Aug.20   Washington
Aug.24   Washington
Aug.25   Pakistan
  Pakistan
Aug.26   North Korea
Aug.27   Washington
Aug.28   Washington
Aug.29   New Orleans
Aug.30   Netherlands
Aug.31   Iraq
  At 5 p.m. ET -- at a cost of more than 4,400 U.S. military personnel killed and 30,000 wounded -- thes combat mission officially drew to a close.    President Barack Obama announced the conclusion of the combat mission in a speech from the ...
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North America
'Ground Zero mosque' moves closer
US judge rejects gay marriage ban
Call for gay weddings to resume New
Obama backs 'Ground Zero mosque'
US pledges Pakistan full support
Palestinians, Israel agree to resume talks
General warns on Afghan deadline
Anger as US conservatives rally
Obama hails spirit of New Orleans
Obama confirms pullout from Iraq
Gates seeks cuts in US military
Petraeus hedges over Afghan exit
Gates says Afghan exit on course
General warns on Afghan deadline
Obama 'awed' by US Iraq sacrifice
Two convicted in JFK airport bomb plot
Sheen gets rehab for wife assault
Nine die in US workplace shooting
Al-Qaeda in Pakistan 'top threat'
US charges 14 over al-Shabab ties
Blagojevich found guilty of lying
BP starts 'static kill' on well
BP ready to plug 'biggest leak'
Majority of BP spill 'dealt with'
Obama plea for Gulf coast tourism
8 spectators killed at car race
Gulf oil spreads east on sea floor
US pledges Pakistan full support
Obama confirms pullout from Iraq
Gates seeks cuts in US military
Petraeus hedges over Afghan exit
Gates says Afghan exit on course
General warns on Afghan deadline
Obama 'awed' by US Iraq sacrifice
HP CEO resigns amid harassment claims
US sees 131,000 jobs lost in July
US recovery 'slower than expected'
Washington
Obama backs 'Ground Zero mosque'
US pledges Pakistan full support
Palestinians, Israel agree to resume talks
General warns on Afghan deadline
Anger as US conservatives rally
Obama confirms pullout from Iraq
Gates seeks cuts in US military
Petraeus hedges over Afghan exit
General warns on Afghan deadline
Obama 'awed' by US Iraq sacrifice
Al-Qaeda in Pakistan 'top threat'
US charges 14 over al-Shabab ties
US pledges Pakistan full support
Obama confirms pullout from Iraq
Gates seeks cuts in US military
Petraeus hedges over Afghan exit
General warns on Afghan deadline
Obama 'awed' by US Iraq sacrifice
US sees 131,000 jobs lost in July
US recovery 'slower than expected'
Southern U.S.
Obama hails spirit of New Orleans
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BP starts 'static kill' on well
BP ready to plug 'biggest leak'
Majority of BP spill 'dealt with'
Gulf oil spreads east on sea floor
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California
US judge rejects gay marriage ban
Call for gay weddings to resume New
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8 spectators killed at car race
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HP CEO resigns amid harassment claims
Louisiana
Obama hails spirit of New Orleans
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BP starts 'static kill' on well
BP ready to plug 'biggest leak'
Majority of BP spill 'dealt with'
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South Asia
US warns of Pakistan aid threat
Flood victims give USAID chief an earful
Taliban kills medics, including Americans
U.S. drone attacks kills 12 militants
Taliban kills medics, including Americans
US warns of Pakistan aid threat
U.S. helicopters arrive to assist relief
Flood victims give USAID chief an earful
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Iraq Your ad is here
Disagreement over Iraq death toll
Last US combat brigade quits Iraq
U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends
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Last US combat brigade quits Iraq
U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends
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Pakistan
US warns of Pakistan aid threat
Flood victims give USAID chief an earful
U.S. drone attacks kills 12 militants
U.S. helicopters arrive to assist relief
US warns of Pakistan aid threat
U.S. helicopters arrive to assist relief
Flood victims give USAID chief an earful
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Aug.1   Baghdad
Aug.2   Washington
 Colorado  Sheen gets rehab for wife assault
 New York  Two convicted in JFK airport bomb plot
Aug.3   Manhattan  
  An attempt to stop a plan for a mosque near New York's Ground Zero has failed after the site was denied landmark status
  Louisiana BP ready to plug 'biggest leak'   Louisiana     BP starts 'static kill' on well  BP has started the 'static kill' of its leaking Gulf of Mexico oil well, a step towards permanently sealing it  Connecticut  Nine die in US workplace shooting Aug.4   California   US judge rejects gay marriage ban  A US federal judge has overturned Proposition 8, California's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage   Louisiana     Majority of BP spill 'dealt with'  Almost three-quarters of the oil spilled in the Gulf of Mexico has been cleaned up or broken down by natural forces   USA US billionaires in charity pledge Aug.5  Washington  Al-Qaeda in Pakistan 'top threat'  Washington  US charges 14 over al-Shabab ties Aug.6  Sweden  Gay stuns Bolt in 100 meters  San Francisco Bay Area  HP CEO resigns amid harassment claims  Washington  US sees 131,000 jobs lost in July  California  Call for gay weddings to resume New Aug.7   Northern Afghanistan   Taliban kills medics, including Americans Map of Badakhshan Afghanistan
  Ten people -- including at least six Americans -- were killed by gunmen. The foreigners were believed to have been doctors
 Scotland  Cardinal attacks US over Megrahi Aug.9   Washington Gates seeks cuts in US military Aug.11   Guantanamo Jury: prison for bin Laden's driver  Iraq  US 'on target' for Iraq departure Aug.13   Washington Obama backs 'Ground Zero mosque'   Guam 7.2 quake hits south of Mariana Islands  Virginia  Titanic salvagers awarded $110m Aug.14   Tribal Areas   U.S. drone attacks kills 12 militants Map of North Waziristan Pakistan  A militant hideout was targeted by a missile in the village of Issori in North Waziristan   Pakistan     U.S. helicopters arrive to assist relief  Two Navy MH-53E Sea Dragon helicopters arrived to assist with humanitarian and rescue efforts in Pakistan  Florida  Obama plea for Gulf coast tourism Aug.15   Washington     Petraeus hedges over Afghan exit  The new commander of foreign forces in Afghanistan says he will not be bound by a 2011 target date to start withdrawing US troops   Southern California 8 spectators killed at car race  Wisconsin  Kaymer beats Watson in PGA playoff Aug.16  Washington  Gates says Afghan exit on course  California  California gay weddings on hold   USA     Astronauts on spacewalk  The repairs performed on the International Space Station's cooling system during a seven-hour-and-20-minute spacewalk appear to be working   Louisiana     Gulf oil spreads east on sea floor  Oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill may have settled to the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico further east than previously suspected Aug.17   USA Judge throws out Somalis' piracy charge  Thailand  American killed by British kickboxer  Colombia  Colombia court blocks US bases deal  Chicago  Blagojevich found guilty of lying Aug.18   Southern Iraq   Last US combat brigade quits Iraq   The 4th Stryker Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division began crossing by land into Kuwait in the early hours of Thursday morning   Washington U.S. to loosen rules on Cuba travel   South Korea U.S., S. Korea: anti-sub exercises Aug.19   Iraq U.S. troop strength in Iraq put at 52,000   Washington     US pledges Pakistan full support  The US has pledged its full support for flood-hit Pakistan, as an emergency UN session intended to boost the response gets under way   USA BP accused of hiding oil rig data  Washington  Roger Clemens indicted on federal perjury   Iran U.S. rescues 8 Iranian sailors Aug.20   Washington     Palestinians, Israel agree to resume talks
  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: The talks, involving other regional and international players, are intended to resolve all 'final status' issues
  USA 'Suit over jailed Iranian misdirected'
  California Frozen mamey fruit pulp recalled Aug.22   Afghanistan 4 U.S. troops killed in Afghanistan Aug.23   Florida Tiger Woods and his wife divorce Aug.24   Washington   General warns on Afghan deadline  James Conway, a senior US general has warned Obama's deadline to begin pulling troops out of Afghanistan is encouraging the Taliban   Arizona McCain bests Tea Party challenger Aug.25   Pakistan     US warns of Pakistan aid threat
  The Pakistani Taliban are planning to attack foreigners helping with flood relief efforts in the country, a senior US official has warned
  Pakistan     Flood victims give USAID chief an earful   The head of the U.S. Agency for International Development traveled to relief camps to get a personal look at what is being done for the flood... Aug.26   North Korea   US citizen freed in North Korea by Carter  Former US President Jimmy Carter has secured the release of Aijalon Mahli Gomes, 31, detained in North Korea Aug.27   Virginia Would-be pirate pleads guilty to attacking
  Washington   US recovery 'slower than expected'  Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke has laid out four 'unconventional' policy options to boost the US economy   Boston US man freed from N Korea returns   Microsoft Billionaire sues hi-tech giants Aug.28   Washington   Anger as US conservatives rally   Tens of thousands of people are attending a rally organised by conservative talk show host Glenn Beck   Nevada Paris Hilton in US cocaine arrest Aug.29   New Orleans     Obama hails spirit of New Orleans   US President has paid tribute to the people of New Orleans, five years to the day after Hurricane Katrina destroyed large parts of the city Aug.30   Netherlands     Dutch arrest two men after flight from US Map of Amsterdam Netherlands  The men may have been trying to test U.S. airport security by putting bottles with electronic devices attached in checked baggage   Afghanistan 7 ISAF members killed Aug.31   Iraq   U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends
  At 5 p.m. ET -- at a cost of more than 4,400 U.S. military personnel killed and 30,000 wounded -- thes combat mission officially drew to a close
 President Barack Obama announced the conclusion of the combat mission in a speech from the Oval Office. He said Americans who served in Iraq 'completed every mission they were given'
  Washington     Obama 'awed' by US Iraq sacrifice  President Obama has hailed the end of combat operations in Iraq, saying the US has paid a 'a huge price' to 'put Iraq's future in its peoples'...   USA US urges caution over plane pair
  Washington US: Hebron attack must not derail talks