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B. 08-05 US general Harold Greene killed by Afghan soldier Camp Qargha, Kabul
C. 08-07 Obama authorises US Iraq air strikes Washington
D. 08-08 US steps up air strikes in Iraq Irbil, Northern Iraq
4. 08-08 US aid drop follows fresh Iraq raids Northern Iraq
F. 08-09 US in new strikes on Iraq militants Sinjar, Northern Iraq
08-11 Riots over killing of US black teen
H. 08-11 Actor Robin Williams found dead at home Tiburon, San Francisco Bay Area
8. 08-12 US sends more military advisors to Iraq Washington
9. 08-15 Texas Governor Rick Perry indicted for abuse of power Texas

Summary.     Click for More > Actor Robin Williams found dead at home US sends more military advisors to Iraq Texas Governor Rick Perry indicted for abuse of power U.S. jets hit ISIS near dam Overnight curfew resumes in tense St Louis suburb Video shows ISIS beheading U.S. journalist James Foley  A video shows the beheading and threatens the life of another American if President Barack Obama doesn't end military operations in Iraq U.S. attempt to rescue Foley, others in Syria failed   A recent attempt to rescue American James Foley and others in Syria failed, as new details emerged about the journalist's final days ISIS militants threatened to kill journalist in email to family Islamic State militants pose 'biggest threat' to US Chinese fighter jet flies dangerously close to U.S. Navy plane Russian convoy prompts Western anger Earthquake strikes San Francisco Bay area California native fighting for ISIS killed in Syria   Douglas McAuthur McCain, 33, died in a battle between rival extremist groups in the suburbs of Aleppo, Syria's once-bustling commercial capi... Arizona shooting: Girl, nine, kills gun instructor Ebola outbreak: US official says epidemic will worsen Iran anger over new US sanctions US senators urge arms for Ukraine
US general Harold Greene killed by Afghan soldier   Maj Gen Harold Greene has been killed in an attack by an Afghan soldier at a British-run military academy near Kabul Obama authorises US Iraq air strikes US steps up air strikes in Iraq US aid drop follows fresh Iraq raids US in new strikes on Iraq militants   Riots over killing of US black teen Map of Ferguson Missouri Missouri
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Aug.7   Washington
Aug.8   Northern Iraq
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Aug.11   Missouri
  Rioting over the killing of Michael Brown, 18, an unarmed black teenager, by a police officer has erupted in the US state of Missouri.    The shooting of Michael Brown occurred on August 9, 2014, in Ferguson, Missouri. Brown, an unarmed black man, was shot to death by a white police officer, ...
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Aug.12   Washington
Aug.15   Texas
Aug.16   Mosul
Aug.17   Missouri
Aug.19   Northern Iraq
Aug.20   Washington
Aug.21   USA
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Aug.22   Southern China
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Aug.24   San Francisco Bay Area
Aug.26   Aleppo
Aug.27   Arizona
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Aug.30   Tehran
Aug.31   U.S. Senate





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Aug.1  New York  Police 'chokehold' caused New York death
 USA  Dustin Johnson suspended from PGA Tour after cocaine test
 Puerto Rico  Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic brace for heavy rains
Aug.2  Puerto Rico  TS Bertha dumps heavy rain on Puerto Rico
 US Georgia  Infected Ebola doctor lands in US
Aug.3  Washington  US to send 50 experts to fight Ebola
Aug.4  Washington  US-Africa summit
 San Francisco Bay Area  LinkedIn in $6m labour violation settlement
 New York  Ebola crisis: NY patient tested after return from Africa
Aug.5   Kabul  
  Maj Gen Harold Greene has been killed in an attack by an Afghan soldier at a British-run military academy near Kabul.    He is the highest ranking US military official to have been...
  Washington Kerry in talks plea amid Gaza truce  Manhattan  Fox withdraws bid for Time Warner  USA  Ebola drug given to US aid workers  San Francisco Bay Area  Apple and Samsung in legal deal  USA  Russia gang hacks 1.2 billion usernames and passwords Aug.6  Texas  Bergdahl questioned over capture Aug.7  Moscow  Russia extends Snowden residency  Iraq  U.S. begins humanitarian airdrops in Iraq   Washington     Obama authorises US Iraq air strikes   US President Barack Obama says he has authorised targeted airstrikes against Islamic militants in northern Iraq, if they threaten US interests  Los Angeles  US soccer legend Donovan retires  Hawaii  Hurricane Iselle to hit Hawaii on Thursday  Washington  Tom Frieden 'confident' US will not see Ebola outbreak Aug.8   Northern Iraq     US steps up air strikes in Iraq   The US has launched two additional air strikes against militants from the Islamic State (IS) group in northern Iraq, the Pentagon has said   Northern Iraq     US aid drop follows fresh Iraq raids   The US has conducted its second air-drop of food and water to thousands of Iraqis hiding in mountains from jihadist fighters, the Pentagon s... Aug.9   Washington Iraq crisis: No quick fix, Barack Obama warns  Kentucky  McIlroy sets the pace as Tiger Woods struggles to make cut  Montreal  Venus Williams overcomes sister Serena in Rogers Cup semifinal   Northern Iraq     US in new strikes on Iraq militants   The US military says it has carried out four new air strikes on militants to defend civilians in northern Iraq  Canada  3 Americans killed in Ontario plane crash Aug.10  Upstate New York  American racing driver dies after being hit by Tony Stewart's car   Kentucky Gutsy McIlroy battles to win US PGA Aug.11   Missouri     Riots over killing of US black teen Map of Ferguson Missouri Missouri
  Rioting over the killing of Michael Brown, 18, an unarmed black teenager, by a police officer has erupted in the US state of Missouri
 The shooting of Michael Brown occurred on August 9, 2014, in Ferguson, Missouri. Brown, an unarmed black man, was shot to death by a white police officer, Darren Wilson. The disputed circumstances of the shooting, and resulting protests and civil unrest, have caused significant controversy in the United States
 Northern Iraq  U.S. directly arming Kurds in Iraq   San Francisco Bay Area   Actor Robin Williams found dead at home Map of Tiburon USA  US actor Robin Williams has been found dead, aged 63, in an apparent suicide, police say. Williams won an Oscar for his role in Good Will Hunting   Washington Obama says Iraq took 'promising step' nominating new PM Aug.12   Washington     US sends more military advisors to Iraq  The US is sending 130 more military advisors to the Kurdish region of northern Iraq, Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel says  Washington  Obama calls for calm in Missouri  Los Angeles  LA Clippers sold to ex-Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer  San Francisco Bay Area  Robin Williams death: Police confirm suicide  New York  US actress Lauren Bacall dies at 89 Aug.13   Northern Iraq Iraq crisis: US says Mount Sinjar evacuation unlikely Aug.14  San Francisco Bay Area  Robin Williams 'had Parkinson's' at death  USA  Owners elect Rob Manfred as next MLB commissioner  Missouri  Michael Brown killing: Peaceful protests in Ferguson  Missouri  Vigils across US for Michael Brown Aug.15   Missouri Family of shot Missouri teenager urges calm  Moscow  Ukraine crisis: Russia assures US on aid convoy   Texas   Texas Governor Rick Perry indicted for abuse of power  A special prosecutor said there was evidence the Republican had broken the law by using a funding veto in a bid to force a local prosecutor to... Aug.16   Mosul     U.S. jets hit ISIS near dam Map of Mosul Dam Iraq  U.S. warplanes carried out airstrikes in northern Iraq near ISIS-controlled Mosul Dam early Saturday morning,   Texas Texas Governor Rick Perry vows to fight 'farce' indictment   Missouri Curfew in riot-hit Missouri suburb Aug.17  Ohio  Tennis: Williams, Federer win in Cincinnati   Missouri     Overnight curfew resumes in tense St Louis suburb Map of Ferguson Missouri Missouri  Police have fired tear gas and issued warnings for crowds to disperse as a curfew starts for a second night in Ferguson in the US state of Missouri   Washington Obama: Air strikes on Iraq dam 'to protect US interests' Aug.18   Missouri Ferguson unrest: White House steps up involvement Aug.19   Northern Iraq   Video shows ISIS beheading U.S. journalist James Foley
  A video shows the beheading and threatens the life of another American if President Barack Obama doesn't end military operations in Iraq
 James Wright Foley (October 18, 1973 August 19, 2014) was an American freelance journalist and photojournalist of the Syrian Civil War when he was abducted on November 22, 2012 in northwestern Syria. Foley is the first American citizen to be killed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
  Missouri New police killing threatens tension
  Microsoft Former Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer leaves firm Aug.20   Washington   U.S. attempt to rescue Foley, others in Syria failed
  A recent attempt to rescue American James Foley and others in Syria failed, as new details emerged about the journalist's final days
  Missouri Michael Brown killing: Eric Holder meets teen's family
Aug.21   USA   ISIS militants threatened to kill journalist in email to family   In the days before journalist James Foley was brutally beheaded by a member of ISIS, an e-mail sent to Foley's family threatened his execution   USA NSA and GCHQ agents 'leak Tor bugs' alleges developer   US Georgia Ebola patients leave US hospital   Washington   Islamic State militants pose 'biggest threat' to US   Islamic State militants are the most dangerous threat the US has faced in recent years, Washington has warned Aug.22   Southern China   Chinese fighter jet flies dangerously close to U.S. Navy plane   A Chinese fighter jet made several dangerous passes at a U.S. Navy plane this week -- coming as close as 20 feet at one point   Washington     Russian convoy prompts Western anger  Russia's decision to send more than 100 aid lorries into war-torn eastern Ukraine without permission has been widely condemned in the West Aug.23   Puerto Rico Tropical depression forms, dumps heavy rains across north Caribbean Aug.24   San Francisco Bay Area   Earthquake strikes San Francisco Bay area   An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.0 has shaken northern California at 03:20 local time Aug.25   Washington US alarm at air strikes on Libya   Virginia US soldier kills herself at base   San Francisco Bay Area Amazon buys video-game streaming site Twitch   Nevada Burning Man closed on opening day by rain Aug.26   Aleppo   California native fighting for ISIS killed in Syria Map of Aleppo Syria
  Douglas McAuthur McCain, 33, died in a battle between rival extremist groups in the suburbs of Aleppo, Syria's once-bustling commercial capital
Aug.27   Arizona   Arizona shooting: Girl, nine, kills gun instructor   A nine year-old girl in the US has killed her shooting instructor by accident while being shown how to use a high-powered submachine gun   Northern Iraq ISIS demands $6.6M for release of 26-year-old American woman   USA US hostage mother makes video plea   Virginia US F-15 military jet crashes in Virginia   USA Millions knocked offline in US by Time Warner Cable fault   Washington     Ebola outbreak: US official says epidemic will worsen   The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is going to get worse before it gets better, according to the top US public health official Aug.28   Washington Ukraine crisis: Obama blames Russia for violence Aug.29   Texas Texas abortion provisions struck down as state appeals Aug.30   Tehran   Iran anger over new US sanctions  Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has criticised the US for new sanctions, saying they are 'not compatible' with the spirit of current negoti...  Missouri  First openly gay NFL draftee Michael Sam cut by Rams   Northern Iraq US planes drop aid and strike IS positions near Iraq's Amerli Aug.31   U.S. Senate     US senators urge arms for Ukraine   Leading American senators have called for the US to send weapons to help Ukraine fight what they say is 'a Russian invasion'  New York  Ferrer, Sharapova stunned in US Open