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US inflation rate at 26-year high
Mandela off U.S. terrorism watch lists 9/11 detainees face separate hearings North Korea declaration 'verifiable' U.S. admiral urges caution on Iran   U.S. may push UN sanctions on Zimbabwe  The U.S. may soon put forward a Security Council draft resolution that would slap sanctions on Mugabe, and 11 members of his government   Bush to attend opening of Beijing Olympics  Some world leaders have said they will not attend the opening ceremony in response to human rights abuses in China Pentagon: Uranium shipped from Iraq US criticises 'bellicose' Russia U.S. to reduce cluster bomb casualties  The military will continue to use cluster bombs but will try to reduce the number of civilian casualties by redesigning them US warns Iran on missile threat  Secretary of State Rice has said it will not hesitate to defend its interests and those of its allies as Iran continues missile tests U.S. source disputes Iran missile tests  Senior U.S. military source: Iran launched only one missile on Thursday, not a new full round of tests Ex-Bush spokesman Snow dies US moves to bolster lending firms  The government has announced sweeping measures to shore up the nation's largest mortgage finance companies, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae Bush lifts ban on offshore oil drilling U.S. eyes short-term deal with Iraq Fed boss warns of growth 'risks'  Ben Bernanke has warned that there are still 'downside risks' to growth in the world's largest economy Bush calls for more pressure on Zimbabwe  President Bush and his international policy team pushed on all fronts to increase pressure on Zimbabwe's government US official to attend Iran talks

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  Under Secretary of State William Burns is to attend talks aimed at persuading Iran to halt its nuclear enrichment program
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  The inflation accelerated by 1.1%, at the fastest rate in 26 years in June, fuelled higher by surging energy prices
  Washington   US considers more troops for Afghanistan   Pentagon officials expect to be able to recommend troops cuts in Iraq this fall and will try to increase troops in Afghanistan   Washington   US 'ponders Iran diplomatic base'  The state department has refused to confirm or deny reports of plans to establish a diplomatic presence in Iran for the first time in 30 yea... Jul.17   U.S. Congress   Ashcroft defends waterboarding  Ex-Attorney General: The controversial interrogation technique has served a 'valuable' purpose and does not constitute torture Jul.18   Washington     Rice: 'Iran is a difficult, dangerous state'
  Secretary of State: The United States is sticking to its policy that Iran must suspend its nuclear program before negotiations can proceed
  Washington   US set for historic Iran meeting  William Burns, a senior official is due to take part for the first time in international talks with Iran over its controversial nuclear prog... Jul.23   House of Representatives   US lawmakers pass housing rescue
  The House of Representatives has passed a massive housing rescue bill that could help struggling homeowners get cheaper loans
  Washington   U.S.: More troops to Afghanistan unlikely   Pentagon: It will be left to the next president to send a significant number of additional troops to Afghanistan Jul.24   Washington   U.S. to shift aid to 6 Pakistan fighter jets  The United States plans to shift about $230 million in aid to Pakistan from counterterrorism programs to upgrading the aging F-16 fighter je... Jul.26   U.S. Senate   Senate approves housing bill
  The Senate has approved a $300bn rescue fund designed to prop up battered housing market. It may also be used to bail out the mortgage giants
Jul.28   Washington   US and Pakistan stress close ties  The US still considers Pakistan a key ally in its 'war on terror', President Bush has told visiting Pakistani PM Yousuf Raza Gilani Jul.29   Washington   U.S. gives Israel missile detecting system   Pentagon: The United States will provide Israel with a radar system used to detect and track missile and rocket attacks Jul.31   Washington   Citing security gains, Bush cuts Iraq tours  President Bush gave an upbeat assessment of security strides in Iraq as U.S. troop deaths headed for their lowest monthly total   Washington     Rice upbeat despite battle in Mideast  Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice emerged from 3-way talks with Palestinians in a good mood, joking and laughing with reporters


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