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  US Democrats want rethink on Iran   The Democrat leader of the Senate, Harry Reid, said he hoped the White House would undertake 'a diplomatic surge' to engage with Iran   Bush: Iran still a danger  President Bush: Iran remains a danger to the world even though it stopped a program to develop a nuclear weapon four years ago   Bush to visit Mideast in January  U.S. President will travel to the Mideast as he pursues a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians during his final year in office   Bush urges Iran to 'come clean'  US President has demanded that Iran come clean about the full extent of its nuclear program, or risk further international isolation Guantanamo legal showdown begins Cautious optimism with N. Korea Judges mull Guantanamo rights  The Bush administration argued in the Court that foreign terrorism suspects have sufficient opportunities to challenge their confinement Bush sends letter to North Korea   Bush details housing rescue plan   The President has outlined plans to freeze rates on sub-prime mortgages for 5 years to help people hit by the housing market crisis U.S. intel: Iran nuke program still a threat CIA 'wiped' interrogation tapes
U.S.: Iran's nuclear weapons work halted


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  A U.S. intelligence report: Iran halted work toward a nuclear weapon under international scrutiny in 2003
 Iran is not likely to have enough highly enriched uranium to build a bomb until 2010-2015
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  The CIA has confirmed that it destroyed at least 2 video tapes showing the interrogation of terror suspects
Dec.8   CIA   Inquiry into destroyed CIA tapes  The justice department and the CIA are launching a joint inquiry into the destruction of 2 videotapes of interrogations of al-Qaeda suspects Dec.10   CIA   CIA man defends 'water-boarding'  Retired agent John Kiriakou has said a al-Qaeda suspect was interrogated using a simulated drowning technique but that he believes it was ju... Dec.11   U.S. Congress   CIA boss faces tape interrogation  Gen Michael Hayden is due to testify to two key congressional intelligence committees, after it emerged tapes of 2 interrogations had been d... Dec.12   Washington   Central banks act on credit fears
  The Federal Reserve, European Central Bank and central banks from the UK, Canada and Switzerland are to jointly help banks
Dec.13   Washington   Baseball 'rife' with drug use
  Dozens of players have been linked to taking performance-enhancing substances in a report on Major League Baseball that alleges a drug culture.    Ex-Senator Mitchell, who led the investigation, sai...
Dec.14   U.S. Senate   Senate passes Iraq funds bill  The Senate has authorised more spending for the war, without tying the bill to a timetable for troop withdrawal, a key Democratic demand Dec.16   Washington     US denies backing Turkey PKK raid  The US has denied it gave permission for Turkish aircraft to carry out air strikes against Kurdish separatist rebels in northern Iraq Dec.18   Washington   Pentagon claims progress in Iraq  US forces have achieved 'significant progress' over the last three months but the handover to Iraqis is lagging   Washington   Bush will travel to Israel, West Bank  President Bush will make his first trip to Israel and the Palestinian territories during a January 8-16 visit   U.S. Senate   Senate passes $70B in war funds
  After months of stalemate, the Senate passed a government spending bill that includes billions of dollars requested by Bush to continue the war in Iraq
Dec.19   Washington   Flames at US government building Map of White House USA  The fire broke out at the Eisenhower Executive Office building, near to the West Wing of the White House and housing presidential staff Dec.20   Washington     Rice in Guantanamo closure appeal  Secretary of State has urged countries that have nationals who are inmates to help the US close the detention centre Dec.21   Washington   Warning over Pentagon war funding   Defence Secretary Gates has warned that the military is in danger of running out of money for its operations in Iraq and Afghanistan Dec.24   Washington     Bush sees 3-way fight against PKK  U.S., Turkish and Iraqi leaders all held talks about Kurdish rebels using northern Iraq as a launchpad for cross-border attacks Dec.30   Washington     N Korea 'failing on nuclear deal'  North Korea has failed to provide all the information about its nuclear program it had promised in return for international aid


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12-03 U.S.: Iran's nuclear weapons work halted Washington
2. 12-03 US Democrats want rethink on Iran White House, Washington
3. 12-04 Bush: Iran still a danger Washington
E. 12-04 Bush to visit Mideast in January Washington
5. 12-05 Bush urges Iran to 'come clean' Washington
G. 12-05 Judges mull Guantanamo rights U.S. Supreme Court
H. 12-06 Bush details housing rescue plan Washington
I. 12-06 CIA 'wiped' interrogation tapes CIA
J. 12-08 Inquiry into destroyed CIA tapes CIA



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CIA 'wiped' interrogation tapes
Inquiry into destroyed CIA tapes
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