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07-01 U.S. launches 'major operation' Southern Afghanistan
C. 07-04 Serena powers to Wimbledon title London
D. 07-04 Ahmadinejad wants talk with Obama Iran
E. 07-04 Americas group suspends Honduras Washington
5. 07-06 Obama moves to bolster U.S.-Russia ties Moscow
G. 07-06 Ex-Pentagon chief McNamara dies Washington
7. 07-07 Obama urges shift in Russia ties Moscow
I. 07-07 Emotional farewell to King of Pop Staples Center, Los Angeles
9. 07-10 Obama's trip sends message to Africa Ghana

Summary.     Click for More > U.S. have deadliest month in Afghanistan  Four U.S. troops were killed in eastern Afghanistan in a roadside bombing. The deaths would raise U.S. military fatalities in Afghanistan to 30 in July Obama defends health care reforms Mayors, rabbis arrested in crime probe US urges Syria on Mid-East peace Microsoft and Yahoo seal web deal Girl's attack sheds light on Liberia rapes Pace of US economic decline eases UK Pentagon hacker to face U.S. trial 3 U.S. tourists held by Iran
U.S. launches 'major operation'  4,000 Americans, mostly the Marines, and 650 Afghan soldiers and police launched Operation Khanjar, 'strike of the sword' against Taliban fi... Serena powers to Wimbledon title Ahmadinejad wants talk with Obama Americas group suspends Honduras Obama moves to bolster U.S.-Russia ties Ex-Pentagon chief McNamara dies Obama urges shift in Russia ties   Emotional farewell to King of Pop   Michael Jackson's family and fans have said farewell to the superstar at an emotional memorial service at the Staples Center Obama's trip sends message to Africa  President Barack Obama is generating excitement in the west African nation and envy among its neighbors Obama speaks of hopes for Africa US budget deficit at $1 trillion TV news legend Cronkite dies Clinton seeks goodwill in India Obama hails Apollo 11 astronauts
Jul.1   Southern Afghanistan
Jul.4   London
  Iran
  Washington
Jul.6   Moscow
  Washington
Jul.7   Moscow
  Los Angeles
Jul.10   Ghana
Jul.11   Ghana
Jul.13   USA
Jul.17   New York
  Mumbai
Jul.20   Washington
  President has praised the 'heroism' of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins who made the first landing on the Moon 40 years ago
  Afghanistan
Jul.22   Washington
Jul.23   New Jersey
Jul.26   Syria
Jul.29   Microsoft
  Arizona
Jul.31   USA
  London
  Iran



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North America
Americas group suspends Honduras
Ex-Pentagon chief McNamara dies
Cheney 'ordered CIA to hide plan'
US top court nominee faces Senate
Black Harvard professor arrested
Obama hails Apollo 11 astronauts
Obama defends health care reforms
Mayors, rabbis arrested in crime probe
China-US economic talks kick off
Jackson leaves estate to family
Leaner GM emerges from bankruptcy
Goldman Sachs sees bumper profit
Obama defends health care reforms
China-US economic talks kick off
US and China 'committed to trade'
Microsoft and Yahoo seal web deal
US teen gains solo sailing record
Ex-Pentagon chief McNamara dies
Jackson doctor's clinic raided
Girl's attack sheds light on Liberia rapes
Europe
Moscow ready for better U.S. ties
Obama moves to bolster U.S.-Russia ties
Obama lauds Putin at Russia talks
Obama urges shift in Russia ties
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Sisters Williams beat Russians
Roddick dumps out Murray in semifinal
Serena powers to Wimbledon title
Cink defies Watson with playoff victory
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UK Pentagon hacker to face U.S. trial
Washington
Americas group suspends Honduras
Ex-Pentagon chief McNamara dies
Cheney 'ordered CIA to hide plan'
US top court nominee faces Senate
Obama hails Apollo 11 astronauts
Obama defends health care reforms
China-US economic talks kick off
Obama defends health care reforms
China-US economic talks kick off
US and China 'committed to trade'
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Ex-Pentagon chief McNamara dies
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South Asia
Clinton seeks goodwill in India
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U.S. launches 'major operation'
Drones 'kill dozens'
U.S. have deadliest month in Afghanistan
U.S. bombs poppy crop to cut Taliban ties
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U.S. launches 'major operation'
Afghan rebels capture US soldier
U.S. have deadliest month in Afghanistan
U.S. bombs poppy crop to cut Taliban ties
U.S. bombs poppy crop to cut Taliban ties
Middle East
Ahmadinejad wants talk with Obama
US urges Syria on Mid-East peace
Israel, U.S. discuss Iran nuclear threat
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3 U.S. tourists held by Iran
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Sisters Williams beat Russians
Roddick dumps out Murray in semifinal
Serena powers to Wimbledon title
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UK Pentagon hacker to face U.S. trial
Russia
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Obama moves to bolster U.S.-Russia ties
Obama urges shift in Russia ties
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Jul.1   Southern Afghanistan  
  4,000 Americans, mostly the Marines, and 650 Afghan soldiers and police launched Operation Khanjar, 'strike of the sword' against Taliban fighters
 Los Angeles  Jackson leaves estate to family Jul.2  Afghanistan  Afghan rebels capture US soldier   London Sisters Williams beat Russians
 Los Angeles  Jackson's former wife 'undecided'  Washington  US urges Russian break from past   Moscow Moscow ready for better U.S. ties Jul.3   London Roddick dumps out Murray in semifinal  Helmand  Marines targeting Taliban in Afghan push  Los Angeles  Jackson tickets via internet draw  Alaska  Governor Palin to resign Jul.4   London     Serena powers to Wimbledon title  27-year-old Serena Williams ended her sister's recent dominance at Wimbledon with a straight-sets victory over Venus, 7-6 (7-3) 6-2  Monaco  Armstrong returns to Tour de France  Baghdad  Biden presides as troops become citizens   Iran     Ahmadinejad wants talk with Obama  Iranian President said he wants to engage President Obama in 'negotiations' before international media   Washington   Americas group suspends Honduras  The Organization of American States has suspended Honduras at an emergency meeting over the ousting of President Zelaya a week ago Jul.5  Washington  Biden strikes tough note on Iran Jul.6   Moscow     Obama moves to bolster U.S.-Russia ties   U.S. President and Russian Medvedev concluded a series of agreements, including one on nuclear arms reduction   Washington   Ex-Pentagon chief McNamara dies  Robert McNamara was key architect of war in Vietnam and became lightning rod for his management of that war   Los Angeles Jacksons 'plan private ceremony'  Moscow  Obama lauds Putin at Russia talks  South Carolina  Serial killer 'shot by police' Jul.7   Moscow     Obama urges shift in Russia ties  US President has urged Russia to turn from the past, emphasising the common goals the US shares with its former Cold War rival   Los Angeles Jackson's body arrives at Staples Center   Los Angeles     Emotional farewell to King of Pop Map of Staples Center USA
  Michael Jackson's family and fans have said farewell to the superstar at an emotional memorial service at the Staples Center.    The coffin was placed in front of the stage during the event after an earlier private funeral. The...
Jul.8   Tribal Areas Drones 'kill dozens'  U.S. Congress  US federal security lapses found Jul.10   Detroit Leaner GM emerges from bankruptcy  Spain  Armstrong misses yellow in Tour drama   Ghana     Obama's trip sends message to Africa
  President Barack Obama is generating excitement in the west African nation and envy among its neighbors.    Ghana was chosen because of...
 Arizona  BA evacuates fume-filled US jet Jul.11   Ghana     Obama speaks of hopes for Africa   US President, on his first trip to sub-Saharan Africa since taking office, has said Africa must take charge of its own destiny in the world  Florida  Lightning delays shuttle launch  Washington  Strategy changed for freeing in N. Korea Jul.12   CIA Cheney 'ordered CIA to hide plan'
 Croatia  Croatia eliminates U.S. in Davis Cup Jul.13   U.S. Senate US top court nominee faces Senate   USA   US budget deficit at $1 trillion  The deficit has moved above $1 trillion for the first time - with three months of the financial year remaining, official data show  U.S. Senate  Supreme Court nominee states case Jul.14   New York Goldman Sachs sees bumper profit  USA  Hole in plane forces landing  Missouri  Obama throws All-Star pitch Jul.15  Florida  Space shuttle finally blasts off Jul.16   Boston Black Harvard professor arrested  Scotland  Watson leads as Tiger toils at Turnberry  Los Angeles  30 Rock leads the way for Emmys   Southern California US teen gains solo sailing record  Afghanistan  Pamphlets aid search for U.S. soldier  Guantanamo  Chaos besets 9/11 court hearing  New York  Obama urges 'new black mindset' Jul.17   USA New US home starts surge in June  Guantanamo  Sept. 11 families: Keep Guantanamo open   USA Shuttle crew welcomed aboard ISS  New York  Gates open to more troops in Afghanistan  Basra  Three U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq  Scotland  Tiger out of Open, Watson shares lead   New York   TV news legend Cronkite dies  The former US newscaster Walter Cronkite, known to millions as 'the most trusted man in America', has died at the age of 92   Mumbai     Clinton seeks goodwill in India  US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has begun a 5-day visit to India aimed at strengthening political and economic relations Jul.18  USA  New images of Moon landing sites  Afghanistan  Taliban issue 'US soldier video' Jul.19   Scotland Cink defies Watson with playoff victory  New York  Best-selling author McCourt dies Jul.20  USA  Moon astronauts urge Mars mission   Washington     Obama hails Apollo 11 astronauts
  President has praised the 'heroism' of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins who made the first landing on the Moon 40 years ago
 New Delhi  US and India agree defence pact   Afghanistan   U.S. have deadliest month in Afghanistan
  Four U.S. troops were killed in eastern Afghanistan in a roadside bombing. The deaths would raise U.S. military fatalities in Afghanistan to 30 in July
 Washington  US terror policy report delayed  Washington  Iraq FM: U.N. sanctions need to end Jul.21   Helmand U.S. bombs poppy crop to cut Taliban ties  Thailand  US concerned over N. Korea-Myanmar tie Jul.22   Houston Jackson doctor's clinic raided   Washington   Obama defends health care reforms  President Obama has defended his plans for health reform in a news conference broadcast live in the US  Washington  Official: Bin Laden son believed dead Jul.23   New Jersey   Mayors, rabbis arrested in crime probe   2 mayors, rabbis and politicians are among some 30 people arrested in a major corruption and money-laundering investigation  USA  NASA Earth pictures show eclipse  Texas  Jackson's doctor is probe target  Baghdad  Angelina Jolie visits displaced Iraqis  Chicago  Buehrle pitches rare perfect game Jul.24  California  California passes key budget deal Jul.26   Syria   US urges Syria on Mid-East peace   Barack Obama's envoy George Mitchell has called for Syria's 'full co-operation' in trying to achieve a comprehensive peace settlement   Alaska Palin resigns governorship  Tel Aviv  Mitchell reassured Israeli officials Jul.27   Jerusalem Israel, U.S. discuss Iran nuclear threat   Washington China-US economic talks kick off   North Carolina US charges seven with terrorism Jul.28   Washington US and China 'committed to trade' Jul.29   Microsoft   Microsoft and Yahoo seal web deal   Yahoo and Microsoft have announced a long-rumoured internet search deal that will help the companies take on chief rival Google   Arizona   Girl's attack sheds light on Liberia rapes  8-year-old girl lured to a storage shed sexually assaulted by four boys. Her Liberian parents felt that they had been shamed by their child   Guantanamo Inmate to be released   Washington U.S., U.K.: We committed to Afghanistan   USA Swine flu vaccine for 'half US' Jul.30   Washington Obama hosts race row beer reunion   Washington U.S. imposes sanctions on N. Korea firm  Boston  Steroids cloud hovers over Boston Jul.31   USA   Pace of US economic decline eases  Government figures that the US economy shrank at an annual pace of 1% in the April-to-June quarter   London   UK Pentagon hacker to face U.S. trial  Gary McKinnon accused of hacking into U.S. government computers on Friday lost his court appeal to have his case heard in Britain   Iran     3 U.S. tourists held by Iran  3 American tourists are believed to be in Iranian custody after they may have strayed across the border from Iraq during a mountain hike