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Pentagon chief anger at 'urination' video  US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta says a video which appears to show US Marines urinating on the corpses of Afghans is 'utterly deplorable' 'Urination' US Marines identified  At least two of four US Marines shown in a video appearing to urinate on Taliban corpses have been identified, a Marine Corps official has told Body abuse US marines identified  All four US marines who were seen in a video apparently urinating on dead Afghans have been identified by US military investigators US and Burma to resume full relations   US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has announced that Washington will start the process of exchanging ambassadors with Burma Luther King quote 'to be changed'   An inaccurate inscription on the newly opened Martin Luther King memorial in Washington is to be changed U.S. pens letter to Iran  Washington sent a rare letter to the Iranian government, delivered by U.S. Ambassador to the UN to Iran’s permanent representative at the UN Sites protest US anti-piracy move
Pentagon review 'will axe troops'   Obama unveils smaller US military   The US military will become 'leaner' while maintaining superiority as it switches focus to the Asia-Pacific, President Barack Obama has announced US economy creates 200,000 jobs  The US economy created 200,000 jobs in December, marking the sixth month in a row of gains, official figures show   Obama's chief of staff steps down   White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley is stepping down, President Barack Obama has said. Budget Director Jack Lew named as his replacement US warns Iran over uranium plant   US, France condemns hardline Assad speech   The US and France have condemned a speech by Syrian leader which blamed an 'external conspiracy' for the mass uprising against his rule Video shows alleged U.S. Marine abuse


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  A number of websites posted a video showing four men dressed in U.S. Marine Corps combat gear urinating on the apparently dead bodies
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  Wikipedia has taken its English-language site offline as part of protests against proposed anti-piracy laws in the US
  Washington   Nations to write space 'code of conduct'  With fears of a catastrophic galactic collision mounting, the U.S. will join a consortium aimed at making outer space a more navigable enter... Jan.18   U.S. Congress   Online protest threatens piracy bill  The growing Internet protest–including a planned blackout by some websites– against an online anti-piracy bill moving through Congress is 'd...   Washington   US rejects Keystone XL oil pipeline  The state department has recommended the rejection of a crude oil 1,600-mile pipeline from western Canada to refineries on the Texas coast   U.S. Congress   Backers desert US anti-piracy bill  Eight US lawmakers have withdrawn their backing from anti-piracy laws, amid 'blackout' protests on thousands of internet sites   Washington   China writer details persecution  Yu Jie, a prominent Chinese writer, close to Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo has described 'inhumane treatment' that forced him to leave Jan.20   Washington   Hackers retaliate over Megaupload   Hackers have targeted the US government and copyright organisations following the shutdown of the Megaupload file-sharing website Jan.24   U.S. Congress     Obama demands economic fairness
  US President Barack Obama has set the tone for his re-election bid as he attacked income inequality in his third state of the union speech
Jan.26   Washington   US to cut almost 100,000 troops
  The US will cut almost 100,000 troops as part of its plans for a 'smaller, leaner' military, Defence Secretary Leon Panetta has announced
Jan.27   Washington   US economic growth picks up steam
  The pace of US economic growth quickened to a 2.8% annualised rate in the three months to December, the Commerce Department says
Jan.30   Washington     Obama confirms Pakistan drone strikes   US President Barack Obama has confirmed that unmanned drones regularly strike suspected militants in Pakistan's tribal areas Jan.31   Washington   New tapes from day Kennedy died  The US National Archives has released long-lost recordings of the Air Force One flight back to Washington on the day of John F Kennedy's ass...



    
    



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