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Angry U.S. wants envoys' answers  Senator Coleman has called for Australia's envoys to answer questions over the Australian role in the Iraqi scandal Congress scraps cotton subsidy  The Congress has approved the scrapping of major subsidies to the cotton industry, to help the developing world House Republicans pick Boehner as leader  John Boehner of Ohio edged out the acting majority leader Roy Blunt US to expel Venezuelan diplomat  The United States has ordered the expulsion of a Venezuelan envoy in a tit-for-tat move   Bush seeks defence spending rise  President has proposed a $2,770bn annual budget, with more money for defence, but less for many social areas US presidents honour King widow  4 presidents were among thousands of mourners who attended the funeral of Coretta Scott King   Syria, Rice face off over prophet cartoon
Internet firms 'bowed to Beijing'


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  Congressmen have condemned major firms including Microsoft and Google for helping China censor the internet
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  Secretary of State began sparring with the Syrian government over the deadly protests
  Washington     Israel: Hamas regime be called terror state  Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni meets with U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice Feb.9   Washington     Bush details foiled al Qaeda attack on LA  The attackers would have flown the plane into the Los Angeles tallest building   U.S. Congress   Deal struck on anti-terror law  Congress members have reached agreement with the administration to extend the life of a anti-terrorist law Feb.12   U.S. Congress   US government 'failed' on Katrina  Leaked Congressional report: All levels of the government, from President Bush down, were at fault Feb.15   Washington     New inquiry urged over Abu Ghraib
  Civil liberties groups have called for an inquiry into treatment of Iraqi detainees after new images were shown
  Washington     Cheney talks about accident  Vice President took responsibility for shooting a friend during a weekend hunting trip Feb.18   Washington     Bush: Work to re-energize nuclear energy  President hoped to promote greater use of nuclear power both at home and abroad Feb.21   Washington     Bush faces pressure to block port deal
  The deal would give a United Arab Emirates-based company management of six major U.S. seaports
 Bush warned that the United States is sending 'mixed signals' by attacking an Arab company after the ports were run by a UK firm for years. The White House has faced criticism this week over its decision to let a subsidiary of UAE government-controll
  Washington   Bush threatens veto in ports row
  US President will veto any law blocking a deal giving an Arab company control of 6 US ports
Feb.28   Washington   US settles suit by 9/11 detainee  The US government has agreed to pay $300,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by an Egyptian Elmaghraby



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