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Russian bomber buzzes U.S. carrier  American fighter jets intercepted 2 Russian bombers, one of which buzzed a U.S. aircraft carrier in the western Pacific U.S. official leaked secrets to China  A Defense Department weapons system analyst and 3 natives of China have been arrested and charged in 2 espionage-related cases   Obama, McCain sweep Potomac primaries
CIA admits waterboarding inmates  The CIA has for the first time publicly admitted using the controversial method on terror suspects   R. Gates: Afghanistan may split up NATO  US Defence Secretary has warned the future of NATO is at risk due to differences over Afghanistan and that it may become a 2-tier alliance Congress approves US economy plan  The Congress has passed a $167bn economic stimulus plan aimed at helping to bolster the U.S economy and avoid a recession US 'to charge six 9/11 suspects' Map of Pentagon USA


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  The Pentagon is planning to charge 6 Guantanamo Bay prisoners with involvement in the September 11 attacks in the US
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Feb.12   Washington  
  While John McCain was inching toward the Republican presidential nomination, Barack Obama staked a claim as the Democratic front-runner
Feb.13   House of Representatives   Baseball star Clemens denies doping  Roger Clemens told a House panel that he resents allegations that he used performance-enhancing drugs   Washington     US hails Hezbollah leader's death   The state department welcomes the killing of Mughniyeh implicated in bomb attacks and a wave of hostage-taking in Lebanon in the 1980s Feb.14   Washington     Bush defends US record on Darfur   US President has defended his decision not to send troops to the Sudanese region, despite what he calls a genocide taking place there Feb.18   Washington   U.S. recognizes independent Kosovo
  Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice: The United States officially recognized Kosovo as an independent nation
Feb.19   Washington     US urges reform as Castro quits  Bush has called on Cuba to prepare for free elections after Fidel's announcement that he is retiring on health grounds Feb.21   London   UK: CIA rendition flights used British soil
  British Foreign Secretary Miliband said that British territory was used to transport two suspects in the CIA's rendition program
  Washington     Storm over Serbia embassy attacks   Attacks by Serbian protesters against embassies in Belgrade have drawn strong criticism from the US and the UN Feb.22   Washington   US will back new Iran sanctions   Condoleezza Rice: there is a 'very strong case' for a third round of sanctions on Iran over its disputed nuclear program Feb.24   Washington   Ralph Nader to run for president  The anti-establishment consumer advocate was accused by many Democrats of handing the presidency to Bush in the 2000 elections Feb.25   Iraq   About 8,000 'surge' troops will remain  Pentagon: About 8,000 of the 30,000 'surge' troops sent to Iraq in 2007 will not go home as planned this summer. Support troops will still be... Feb.26   Washington   U.S. Marines want probe into kit delays  Casualties could have been reduced by half among Marines in Iraq if specially armored vehicles had been deployed more quickly Feb.28   Washington   Bush urges wiretap immunity law  President Bush has urged the passing of a bill to retroactively shield telecommunications firms that helped a government wiretap program Feb.29   U.S. Congress   Air tanker deal provokes US row
  Boeing's loss of a $40bn contract to build a new in-flight refuelling aircraft for the US military has drawn protests from lawmakers


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B. 02-06 R. Gates: Afghanistan may split up NATO U.S. Congress
C. 02-11 US 'to charge six 9/11 suspects' Pentagon, Washington
D. 02-11 Russian bomber buzzes U.S. carrier Washington
E. 02-11 U.S. official leaked secrets to China Washington
02-12 Obama, McCain sweep Potomac primaries Washington
6. 02-13 Baseball star Clemens denies doping House of Representatives
7. 02-13 US hails Hezbollah leader's death Washington
8. 02-18 U.S. recognizes independent Kosovo Washington



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CIA admits waterboarding inmates
Baseball star Clemens denies doping
Air tanker deal provokes US row
R. Gates: Afghanistan may split up NATO
Air tanker deal provokes US row
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CIA admits waterboarding inmates
Congress approves US economy plan
Baseball star Clemens denies doping
Air tanker deal provokes US row
U.S. Congress
Baseball star Clemens denies doping
Air tanker deal provokes US row
R. Gates: Afghanistan may split up NATO
Air tanker deal provokes US row
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Baseball star Clemens denies doping
Air tanker deal provokes US row
House of Representatives
Congress approves US economy plan
Baseball star Clemens denies doping
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Congress approves US economy plan
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CIA
CIA admits waterboarding inmates
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About 8,000 'surge' troops will remain
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