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B. 12-01 US carries out 1,000th execution North Carolina
C. 12-02 10 Marines killed near Falluja Sunni Triangle
3. 12-05 Rice visits Germany amid CIA row Berlin
E. 12-07 Man killed after bomb claim at airport Miami
F. 12-08 Jet skids off runway Chicago
12-13 Nobel nominated gang leader executed San Francisco Bay Area
7. 12-13 CIA abduction claims 'credible' European Union
8. 12-16 Secret U.S. spy powers sparks anger Washington
9. 12-18 Bush hails Iraqi anti-terror role Washington

Summary.     Click for More > 'Intelligent design' teaching ban Crash devastates islands US dismisses Saddam torture claim Transport workers end strike   US to make Iraq troop level cuts   Rumsfeld said in Falluja: President Bush has authorised cuts in US troops levels in Iraq Bush suffers Patriot Act defeat Mosques checked for radiation US wants Egypt politician freed US to deport alleged Nazi guard Million in Times Square welcome in 2006
US carries out 1,000th execution 10 Marines killed near Falluja Rice visits Germany amid CIA row Man killed after bomb claim at airport Jet skids off runway Nobel nominated gang leader executed  Convicted killer and Crips gang co-founder Stanley Tookie Williams executed at the state prison CIA abduction claims 'credible' Secret U.S. spy powers sparks anger  President Bush defended his actions and won't confirm report NSA spied on Americans Bush hails Iraqi anti-terror role Cheney attends parliament ceremony Bush: Secret wiretaps will continue Seaplane crashes off Miami Beach  At least 19 people have died after a seaplane crashed into water. Parts of the aircraft could be seen in waters Strike shuts down NYC transit system
Dec.1   North Carolina
Dec.2   Sunni Triangle
Dec.5   Berlin
Dec.7   Miami
Dec.8   Chicago
Dec.13   San Francisco Bay Area
  European Union
Dec.16   Washington
Dec.18   Washington
Dec.19   Kabul
  Washington
  Miami
Dec.20   New York
  Millions of passengers are having to find a new way of getting to work and do their holiday shopping
  Washington
  Bahamas
Dec.21   Washington
Dec.22   New York
  Sunni Triangle
  House of Representatives
Dec.23   USA
Dec.24   Washington
Dec.28   USA
Dec.31   Manhattan



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USA, December 2005, Location by Topic
Location Politics Crime & Justice Business Human Rights
North America
Bush concern at Iraq 'propaganda'
Ahern: U.S. denies Irish CIA role
Civil rights group to sue CIA
Thousands rally against U.S. climate stand
Rice defends U.S. terrorism policy
US blocks ICRC access to suspects
US 'close to climate agreement'
Bush takes on Iraqi war critics
McCain, Bush agree on torture ban
Secret U.S. spy powers sparks anger
Bush admits he authorised spying
Bush hails Iraqi anti-terror role
Bush: Secret wiretaps will continue
'Intelligent design' teaching ban
US dismisses Saddam torture claim
Bush suffers Patriot Act defeat
US wants Egypt politician freed
US carries out 1,000th execution
Former media baron pleads not guilty
Man killed after bomb claim at airport
California hears gang leader plea
U.S.: 'No information' on hostage's fate
Ex-gang boss denied clemency
Nobel nominated gang leader executed
Paramount buys rival Dreamworks
Strike shuts down NYC transit system
Transport workers end strike
Civil rights group to sue CIA
Man sues CIA over torture claims
US attacks UN official on 'jails'
US blocks ICRC access to suspects
McCain, Bush agree on torture ban
Secret U.S. spy powers sparks anger
Bush admits he authorised spying
Bush: Secret wiretaps will continue
US wants Egypt politician freed
Washington
Civil rights group to sue CIA
Rice defends U.S. terrorism policy
US blocks ICRC access to suspects
Bush takes on Iraqi war critics
McCain, Bush agree on torture ban
Secret U.S. spy powers sparks anger
Bush admits he authorised spying
Bush hails Iraqi anti-terror role
Bush: Secret wiretaps will continue
'Intelligent design' teaching ban
US dismisses Saddam torture claim
Bush suffers Patriot Act defeat
US wants Egypt politician freed
U.S.: 'No information' on hostage's fate
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Civil rights group to sue CIA
Man sues CIA over torture claims
US blocks ICRC access to suspects
McCain, Bush agree on torture ban
Secret U.S. spy powers sparks anger
Bush admits he authorised spying
Bush: Secret wiretaps will continue
US wants Egypt politician freed
California
Former President Ford hospitalized
California hears gang leader plea
Ex-gang boss denied clemency
Nobel nominated gang leader executed
Paramount buys rival Dreamworks
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Europe
CIA flights 'landed in Germany'
Rice visits Germany amid CIA row
Rice allays CIA prison row fears
CIA abduction claims 'credible'
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Rice allays CIA prison row fears
New York
Cheney: Terrorists win if we leave Iraq
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Strike shuts down NYC transit system
Transport workers end strike
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European Union
Rice visits Germany amid CIA row
Rice allays CIA prison row fears
CIA abduction claims 'credible'
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Rice allays CIA prison row fears
Southern California
Former President Ford hospitalized
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Paramount buys rival Dreamworks
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Iraq
Cheney visits officials, troops
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US carries out 1,000th execution  Kenneth Boyd was put to death in 1,000th execution since capital punishment was reintroduced in 1976 Former media baron pleads not guilty 10 Marines killed near Falluja  A roadside bomb, fashioned from several large artillery shells, killed 10 Marines while they were on foot patrol Civil rights group to sue CIA Rice defends U.S. terrorism policy   Rice visits Germany amid CIA row  The talks to be dominated by reports that the CIA transported terror suspects via German territory Man killed after bomb claim at airport  A 44-year-old U.S. citizen was shot and killed when air marshals opened fire on a boarding bridge in Miami Rice allays CIA prison row fears US blocks ICRC access to suspects U.S. considers reducing troops in Iraq Jet skids off runway  Boeing 737 has skidded off at Midway airport and onto a street and hit 2 cars, killing a 6-year-old boy US 'close to climate agreement' Ex-gang boss denied clemency Nobel nominated gang leader executed


December 2005 ... more > Top ^
Dec.1  Washington  Bush concern at Iraq 'propaganda'
  North Carolina  
  Chicago
 Washington  Ahern: U.S. denies Irish CIA role
Dec.2   Sunni Triangle  
  CIA
Dec.3  Germany  CIA flights 'landed in Germany'
 Montreal  Thousands rally against U.S. climate stand
Dec.4  Washington  Rice 'to talk tough on CIA claim'
Dec.5   Washington
  Berlin  
Dec.6  Washington  Man sues CIA over torture claims
 New York  Cheney: Terrorists win if we leave Iraq
Dec.7  New York  Woods is voted player of the year
 Ukraine  Rice clarifies U.S. interrogation methods
  Miami  
 Washington  US attacks UN official on 'jails'
Dec.8   Belgium
 California  California hears gang leader plea
  Washington
  Washington
  Chicago  
Dec.9  Washington  U.S.: 'No information' on hostage's fate
Dec.10   Canada
 Southern California  Comedian Richard Pryor dead at 65
 Southern California  Reggie Bush wins Heisman Trophy
Dec.11  Southern California  Paramount buys rival Dreamworks
Dec.12  Washington  Bush praises Sunni vote decision
  California
Dec.13   San Francisco Bay Area  
  Convicted killer and Crips gang co-founder Stanley Tookie Williams executed at the state prison
  European Union   CIA abduction claims 'credible'  Swiss senator Dick Marty: CIA abducted and illegally transported terror suspects across European borders  Switzerland  Montgomery given 2-year drug ban   Southern California Former President Ford hospitalized
 Hong Kong  US and EU differ at trade talks Dec.14   Washington Bush takes on Iraqi war critics   European Union European MPs to probe CIA claims Dec.15   U.S. Congress McCain, Bush agree on torture ban Dec.16   Washington   Secret U.S. spy powers sparks anger
  President Bush defended his actions and won't confirm report NSA spied on Americans
  U.S. Senate Migrant bill heads for Senate Dec.17   Washington Bush admits he authorised spying   Washington Powell raps Europe on CIA flights  New York  Denver seals berth Dec.18   Baghdad Cheney visits officials, troops   Washington     Bush hails Iraqi anti-terror role  US President has told Americans that Iraq is now a strong ally against terror and a force for democracy Dec.19   Kabul     Cheney attends parliament ceremony  U.S. Vice President celebrated a milestone in Afghanistan's transition; National assembly took its first oath   Washington   Bush: Secret wiretaps will continue  President intends to continue using wiretaps to monitor activities in the U.S. suspected of connected to al Qaeda   Miami   Seaplane crashes off Miami Beach
  At least 19 people have died after a seaplane crashed into water. Parts of the aircraft could be seen in waters
Dec.20   New York   Strike shuts down NYC transit system
  Millions of passengers are having to find a new way of getting to work and do their holiday shopping
  Washington   'Intelligent design' teaching ban  A court has ruled against the teaching of the theory of 'Intelligent design' alongside Darwinian evolution   Bahamas   Crash devastates islands  Weeping islanders went house to house to grieve for 11 of their own who died in the crash of a seaplane near Miami   New York Strike union fined $1m a day   Ireland Bin Laden still priority: Rumsfeld  New York  Damon leaves for Yanks' $52M deal Dec.21   New York NYC in day two without transport   Afghanistan Rumsfeld in surprise Afghan visit   New York Strikers threatened with jail   Washington     US dismisses Saddam torture claim   White House spokesman igorously rebuffed claims that Saddam has been beaten and tortured by the US Dec.22   New York   Transport workers end strike  Transport union leaders voted to end a 3-day strike that forced millions of commuters to walk, cycle, skate   Sunni Triangle     US to make Iraq troop level cuts Map of Falluja Iraq
  Rumsfeld said in Falluja: President Bush has authorised cuts in US troops levels in Iraq
  House of Representatives     Bush suffers Patriot Act defeat  The Congress has voted to trim an extension of the anti-terror law down to a month Dec.23   Italy Italy warrants for 22 CIA operatives   USA   Mosques checked for radiation  The authorities have been secretly monitoring radiation levels at Muslim sites Dec.24   Washington   US wants Egypt politician freed  The US has demanded the release of opposition leader after he was given a 5-year jail term for forgery Dec.25   Baghdad 2 U.S. soldiers killed Dec.28   California Dozens indicted in alleged Katrina scam   USA     US to deport alleged Nazi guard  85-year-old John Demjanjuk accused of having been a guard at a Nazi death camp Dec.29   Bosnia Bosnia lab to test Katrina bodies  New York  Armstrong claims top U.S. accolade Dec.30   Guantanamo UN concern at Guantanamo feeding   Washington US investigates Bush spying leak Dec.31   Manhattan   Million in Times Square welcome in 2006  They watch the famous electrified Waterford crystal ball drop during the last minute of 2005