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01-11 Afghan captives start detention Guantanamo
C. 01-25 Former Enron VP commits suicide Texas
3. 01-27 Rams clip Philly 29-24 in NFC U. S. Midwest
4. 01-27 Patriots past Steelers 24-17 in AFC USA
F. 01-29 Bush gives State of the Union address Washington

Summary.     Click for More > Bush urges Pakistan-India dialog Bush chokes on pretzel and faints Powell on South Asia peace tour Shoe bomber faces new charges Powell boost for new Afghan leader Prison camp pictures spark protests US halts transfers to Guantanamo camp Enron chairman resigns US Taleban appears in court   Former Enron VP commits suicide  John C. Baxter discovered inside a vehicle. A suicide note was found at the scene Rams clip Philly 29-24 in NFC  Rams score 16 second-half points in the NFC Championship Game Patriots past Steelers 24-17 in AFC US raids siege hospital   Bush gives State of the Union address  US President warns that the war against terrorism is only just beginning US, Philippines joint military exercises Paper pleads for kidnapped journalist World Economic Forum starts
Crash pilot was Bin Laden supporter Criminal inquiry into Enron collapse No survivors in US plane crash  Military plane carrying 7 Marines, has crashed into a hill in flames US flies suspects to Cuba base Ford to cut 20,000 job Afghan captives start detention
Jan.6   Florida
Jan.9   Washington
  West Pakistan
Jan.10   Guantanamo
  USA
Jan.11   Guantanamo
  The first group of 20 prisoners are now in a detention camp at a military base at Guantanamo
Jan.13   Washington
  Washington
Jan.15   Pakistan
Jan.16   Boston
  Kabul
Jan.20   Guantanamo
Jan.23   Guantanamo
  Texas
Jan.24   Washington
Jan.25   Texas
Jan.27   U. S. Midwest
  USA
  Afghanistan
Jan.29   Washington
Jan.30   Philippines
Jan.31   New York
  New York



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North America
Hurricanes win championship
Jordan scored 30,000 points
Ravens struggle into play-offs
Hockey killing father convicted
Raiders fly by Jets
Eagles boot Bears 33-19
Pats top Raiders in OT
Steelers end Ravens' reign
Rams' defense out-points Packers, 45-17
Tyson, Lewis fight at news conference
Rams clip Philly 29-24 in NFC
Tyson denied licence
Moussaoui defies court
Oklahoma plotter loses appeal
Criminal inquiry into Enron collapse
Hockey killing father convicted
US Taleban suspect faces civil trial
Shoe bomber faces new charges
US Taleban appears in court
Paper pleads for kidnapped journalist
Bush keeps pressure on Pakistan
Bush warns Iran on terror
US hails Musharraf's firm stand
Bush urges Pakistan-India dialog
Bush chokes on pretzel and faints
Bush makes light of pretzel scare
Bush gives State of the Union address
Paper pleads for kidnapped journalist
Criminal inquiry into Enron collapse
Enron chairman resigns
Former Enron VP commits suicide
World Economic Forum starts
Washington
Jordan scored 30,000 points
Moussaoui defies court
Oklahoma plotter loses appeal
Criminal inquiry into Enron collapse
US Taleban suspect faces civil trial
US Taleban appears in court
Bush keeps pressure on Pakistan
Bush warns Iran on terror
US hails Musharraf's firm stand
Bush urges Pakistan-India dialog
Bush chokes on pretzel and faints
Bush gives State of the Union address
Criminal inquiry into Enron collapse
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US flies suspects to Cuba base
Afghan captives start detention
Prison camp pictures spark protests
US halts transfers to Guantanamo camp
Prison camp pictures spark protests
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US flies suspects to Cuba base
Afghan captives start detention
Prison camp pictures spark protests
US halts transfers to Guantanamo camp
Prison camp pictures spark protests
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Powell on South Asia peace tour
Powell boost for new Afghan leader
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Florida
Hurricanes win championship
Ravens rolled past Miami 20-3
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Australia
Hewitt, Capriati named No. 1 seeds
Capriati, Hingis advanced to final
Capriati wins Australian Open
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U. S. Midwest
Eagles boot Bears 33-19
Rams' defense out-points Packers, 45-17
Rams clip Philly 29-24 in NFC
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Powell boost for new Afghan leader
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New England
Hockey killing father convicted
Pats top Raiders in OT
Hockey killing father convicted
Shoe bomber faces new charges
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New York
Tyson, Lewis fight at news conference
Paper pleads for kidnapped journalist
Paper pleads for kidnapped journalist
World Economic Forum starts

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Moussaoui defies court   Crash pilot was Bin Laden supporter  Teenager who crashed a light aircraft into a skyscraper expressed sympathy toward Osama and the events of September 11 Ravens struggle into play-offs   Criminal inquiry into Enron collapse  Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation of fallen energy giant No survivors in US plane crash


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Jan.2   Washington
Jan.3  Miami  Hurricanes win championship
Jan.4  USA  Software makers offer piracy amnesty
 Washington  Jordan scored 30,000 points
Jan.5  Florida  Small plane crashes into building
Jan.6   Florida  
Jan.7  U.S. Supreme Court  Oklahoma plotter loses appeal
 Peru  US reveals ties with Montesinos
  Baltimore
 Washington  Bush keeps pressure on Pakistan
Jan.8  USA  Tyson issues King warning
Jan.9  Melbourne  Hewitt, Capriati named No. 1 seeds
  Washington  
  West Pakistan  
  Military plane carrying 7 Marines, has crashed into a hill in flames
Jan.10  Washington  Bush warns Iran on terror   Guantanamo   US flies suspects to Cuba base  A first group of al-Qaeda and Taleban prisoners has been flown out of Afghanistan   USA   Ford to cut 20,000 job   5 plants in North America to be closed Jan.11   Guantanamo   Afghan captives start detention
  The first group of 20 prisoners are now in a detention camp at a military base at Guantanamo
  Massachusetts Hockey killing father convicted Jan.12  Philadelphia  Eagles, Buccaneers 31-9  San Francisco Bay Area  Raiders fly by Jets  Washington  US hails Musharraf's firm stand Jan.13   Washington     Bush urges Pakistan-India dialog  In a telephone conversations, US President is urging them to work to reduce tensions  Wisconsin  Green Bay 25, 49ers 15, at wild card  Miami  Ravens rolled past Miami 20-3   Washington     Bush chokes on pretzel and faints  President fainted for a few seconds and fell off a couch. His doctor has said he is now fine Jan.14  Washington  Bush makes light of pretzel scare Jan.15  Afghanistan  US bereaved meet Afghan families  Guantanamo  US defends captives' conditions  Washington  US Taleban suspect faces civil trial   Pakistan     Powell on South Asia peace tour  US Secretary of State hopes to defuse tensions with India over Kashmir  Melbourne  Exodus of top seeds complete Jan.16   Boston   Shoe bomber faces new charges  Reid charged with attempted murder which carry up to five life sentences   Kabul     Powell boost for new Afghan leader  The US Secretary of State has pledged commitment to reconstruction in Afghanistan. Karzai vowed to root out corruption Jan.17  USA  Muhammad Ali is 60  Afghanistan  US alert over al-Qaeda videos Jan.18  Boston  Shoe bomber pleads innocent  Washington  Plea to televise trial denied  Melbourne  Capriati tested by Daniilidou Jan.19  Melbourne  Sampras taken to 5 sets   Chicago Eagles boot Bears 33-19  Guantanamo  Red Cross advises US on detainees   New England Pats top Raiders in OT Jan.20   Guantanamo   Prison camp pictures spark protests  Photographs of the Taleban and al-Qaeda suspects show them being subjected to sensory deprivation  Afghanistan  US soldiers die in crash   Pittsburgh Steelers end Ravens' reign   U. S. Midwest Rams' defense out-points Packers, 45-17  Southern California  Kidman and Crowe share Globes  Melbourne  Capriati, Henin, Mauresmo win Jan.21  European Union  EU presses US on prisoner rights  India  US consulate attacked in Kolkata Jan.22   USA Kmart files for bankruptcy   New York Tyson, Lewis fight at news conference   West Bank US puts pressure on Arafat   USA Netscape sues Microsoft Jan.23   Guantanamo   US halts transfers to Guantanamo camp  To allow detention facilities to be added and upgraded  Melbourne  Capriati, Clijsters advanced to semifinals   Texas     Enron chairman resigns  Kenneth Lay had run Enron since it was founded in 1986   Washington Bush boosts military spending Jan.24   Melbourne Capriati, Hingis advanced to final   Washington     US Taleban appears in court  Shaven and thin John Walker Lindh has made his first appearance in a US court   Afghanistan US troops killed 15 al-Qaeda militants Jan.25   Texas     Former Enron VP commits suicide
  John C. Baxter discovered inside a vehicle. A suicide note was found at the scene
 New England  Father jailed for rink rage killing   Melbourne Capriati wins Australian Open Jan.26   Texas Coroner confirms Enron suicide Jan.27   Washington Afghan leader arrives   U. S. Midwest   Rams clip Philly 29-24 in NFC
  Rams score 16 second-half points in the NFC Championship Game
  USA   Patriots past Steelers 24-17 in AFC  Bledsoe replaced an injured Tom Brady in the AFC Championship Game   Guantanamo Rumsfeld: No POW rights for prisoners   Afghanistan   US raids siege hospital  Special forces are besieging wounded al-Qaeda fighters who have been barricaded since December   Pakistan Militants kidnap US journalist Jan.28   Kandahar 6 al-Qaeda killed at hospital siege Jan.29   Texas Enron names new executives   Washington     Bush gives State of the Union address
  US President warns that the war against terrorism is only just beginning
  Nevada Tyson denied licence Jan.30   Philippines   US, Philippines joint military exercises  Exercises, which will involve 650 US troops, signals a new phase in the war on international terrorism   Iraq US restores Iraqi opposition funds   House of Representatives Congress sues White House over Enron   U.S. Congress White House resists Enron challenge   San Francisco Bay Area Chaos after airport loses bomb suspect Jan.31   Pakistan Threat to kill journalist delayed   New York   Paper pleads for kidnapped journalist  The Wall Street Journal has appealed to the kidnappers of Daniel Pearl to release him unharmed   New York   World Economic Forum starts  Hopes of a rapid recovery and calls for concerted action on poverty, have dominated the first day