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B. 07-02 Spy suspects 'admit they are Russians' Virginia
C. 07-03 Serena powers to fourth Wimbledon title London
D. 07-03 Petraeus takes over Afghan campaign Kabul
4. 07-06 Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk Washington
07-09 U.S., Russia swap spies Vienna, Austria
G. 07-09 BP in fresh bid to plug oil leak Louisiana
H. 07-10 6 U.S. service members among 9 killed Afghanistan
8. 07-12 Castro rips U.S. in rare TV appearance Cuba
J. 07-12 BP installs new sealing cap on leaking well Louisiana

Summary.     Click for More > BP in fresh bid to plug oil leak 6 U.S. service members among 9 killed Castro rips U.S. in rare TV appearance BP installs new sealing cap on leaking well Iran nuclear scientist free to leave US BP starting pressure test on well BP says oil has stopped leaking  BP says it has temporarily stopped oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from its leaking well, the first time the flow has stopped since an explosion US financial reform passed by Senate BP oil well 'withstands pressure' Clinton in Pakistan to bolster relations Seepage detected at oil spill site Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault' Clinton and Gates visit Korea DMZ Obama signs financial reform law Storm forces ships off spill site   Dozens of ships in the Gulf of Mexico have been ordered to leave the site of the BP spill by the US government as Tropical Storm Bonnie gathers... Oil spill vessels return to site U.S., South Korea begin military exercises  Amid heightened tensions with North Korea, the United States and South Korea began joint military exercises, dubbed Invincible Spirit   Thousands of Afghan war docs go online  A whistle-blower website has published more than 90,000 U.S. military and diplomatic reports about Afghanistan filed between 2004 and January... Judge blocks part of AZ immigration law July worst month for U.S. in Afghanistan US economic growth slows to 2.4%
Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk   U.S., Russia swap spies Map of Vienna Austria
Jul.6   Washington
Jul.9   Austria
  The United States and Russia completed a spy swap Friday, exchanging the agents on chartered planes at an airport in Vienna.    The plane carrying 10 Russian agents, who were expelled from the United States for intelligence gathering, landed at Moscow's Domodedovo ...
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Jul.10   Afghanistan
Jul.12   Cuba
  Louisiana
Jul.13   Washington
  Louisiana
Jul.15   Louisiana
  U.S. Senate
Jul.17   Louisiana
Jul.18   Pakistan
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Jul.20   Washington
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Jul.21   Washington
Jul.22   Louisiana
Jul.24   Louisiana
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Jul.25   USA
Jul.28   Arizona
Jul.30   Afghanistan
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North America
Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk
US and Russia agree on 'spy exchange'
Iran nuclear scientist free to leave US
US financial reform passed by Senate
US seeks BP well cap release plan
Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault'
Obama signs financial reform law
Judge blocks part of AZ immigration law
BP in fresh bid to plug oil leak
BP in new attempt to plug oil leak
BP starting pressure test on well
BP delays pressure test on well
Preparations for BP oil well test under way
BP says oil has stopped leaking
BP fixes leaking cap on oil well
Seepage detected at oil spill site
Storm forces ships off spill site
Oil spill vessels return to site
BP in fresh bid to plug oil leak
BP in new attempt to plug oil leak
BP installs new sealing cap on leaking well
BP starting pressure test on well
Preparations for BP oil well test under way
BP says oil has stopped leaking
US financial reform passed by Senate
BP fixes leaking cap on oil well
Obama signs financial reform law
Oil spill vessels return to site
US: Iran transferred radar to Syria
'Weeks to assess' Afghan war leak
FBI to aid Afghan war leak probe
BP in fresh bid to plug oil leak
BP in new attempt to plug oil leak
BP installs new sealing cap on leaking well
BP starting pressure test on well
BP delays pressure test on well
Preparations for BP oil well test under way
BP says oil has stopped leaking
BP fixes leaking cap on oil well
BP oil well 'withstands pressure'
Seepage detected at oil spill site
Oil spill vessels return to site
Judge grants Russian spy suspect bail
Spy suspects 'admit they are Russians'
Russian 'spy ring' suspects denied bail
FBI to aid Afghan war leak probe
BP in fresh bid to plug oil leak
BP in new attempt to plug oil leak
BP installs new sealing cap on leaking well
BP starting pressure test on well
Preparations for BP oil well test under way
BP says oil has stopped leaking
BP fixes leaking cap on oil well
Capped well not leaking, BP says
Oil spill vessels return to site
Washington
Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk
Iran nuclear scientist free to leave US
US financial reform passed by Senate
Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault'
Obama signs financial reform law
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US financial reform passed by Senate
Obama signs financial reform law
US: Iran transferred radar to Syria
'Weeks to assess' Afghan war leak
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South Asia
Petraeus calls for Afghan unity
Clinton in Pakistan to bolster relations
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Petraeus takes over Afghan campaign
6 U.S. service members among 9 killed
July worst month for U.S. in Afghanistan
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Afghanistan
Petraeus calls for Afghan unity
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Petraeus takes over Afghan campaign
6 U.S. service members among 9 killed
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Jul.1  Washington  US: Iran transferred radar to Syria
 New York  Judge grants Russian spy suspect bail
Jul.2   Virginia
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Jul.3   London
  Baghdad
 Kabul  Petraeus calls for Afghan unity
 Microsoft  Buffett gives charities $1.93bn
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Jul.4  Louisiana  Giant skimmer tested at BP oil spill site
 Baghdad  Mortars hit Green Zone during Biden visit
Jul.5  Iceland  Fischer's body exhumed in paternity case
Jul.6   Washington  
 Los Angeles  Lindsay Lohan jailed for 90 days
Jul.7  Guantanamo  Former bin Laden aide pleads guilty
Jul.8  New York  Court move ahead of spy 'swap'
  Washington
 China  U.S. missile subs deployed near China
 New York  Russian spies plead guilty in U.S. court
  Austria
 Ohio  LeBron 'King James' picks Miami Heat
 New York  U.S. expels Russian intelligence gatherers
Jul.9   Austria  
  The United States and Russia completed a spy swap Friday, exchanging the agents on chartered planes at an airport in Vienna
 The plane carrying 10 Russian agents, who were expelled from the United States for intelligence gathering, landed at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport. A US jet which picked up 4 Russians freed by the Kremlin has landed in Washington. It dropped two of them off in the UK en route
  Louisiana     BP in fresh bid to plug oil leak  BP will start replacing the cap over the blown-out oil well in the Gulf of Mexico over the weekend Jul.10   Afghanistan     6 U.S. service members among 9 killed  One service member died in an accidental explosion, one was slain in small-arms fire, and two died in bombings in eastern Afghanistan   Louisiana BP in new attempt to plug oil leak  Washington  Marine picked to fill Petraeus' old job Jul.12   Cuba     Castro rips U.S. in rare TV appearance  Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro: The United States is pushing for what would become nuclear wars against Iran and North Korea  North Korea  U.S., N. Korea meeting in DMZ postponed   Louisiana     BP installs new sealing cap on leaking well  BP has successfully installed a new cap on the Gulf of Mexico oil well. BP warned the cap efficiency and ability to contain the oil cannot be...  Switzerland  Switzerland's frees filmmaker Polanski  Miami  Cuban 'Queen of the Bolero' dies at 87 Jul.13   Washington   Iran nuclear scientist free to leave US   The US insists that Shahram Amiri who has turned up in the country is there voluntarily and is free to leave  New York  Yankees owner George Steinbrenner dies  Miami  'Barefoot bandit' returned to U.S.  USA  Guatemalan women seeks asylum in U.S.   Louisiana     BP starting pressure test on well  BP is starting a key test, expected to last between six and 48 hours, on its leaking Gulf of Mexico well to see if the flow of oil can be shut...  Microsoft  'Virtual human' makes Xbox debut   Louisiana BP delays pressure test on well  USA  Recording captures Gibson's ethnic slur Jul.14  New York  Red Bulls sign Henry  Afghanistan  In last two days, 12 coalition troops killed   Tehran Iranian scientist back in Tehran   Louisiana Preparations for BP oil well test under way Jul.15   Louisiana BP fixes leaking cap on oil well   Louisiana     BP says oil has stopped leaking
  BP says it has temporarily stopped oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from its leaking well, the first time the flow has stopped since an explosion
 The well has been sealed with a cap as part of a test that could last up to 48 hours. Obama said the development was a 'positive sign'
  U.S. Senate   US financial reform passed by Senate  The Senate has given final approval to the biggest overhaul of American financial regulation in decades  Baghdad  U.S. hands over last Iraq detention facility Jul.16   Louisiana Capped well not leaking, BP says
 San Francisco Bay Area  Apple offers free iPhone 4 cases  Ohio  AIG agrees to $725m fraud payout Jul.17   Louisiana   BP oil well 'withstands pressure'   Tests on BP's newly capped Gulf of Mexico well show pressure has been building up slightly as hoped with no signs of leakage  Washington  Hillary Clinton to visit Afghanistan   Louisiana BP extends testing of capped oil well  Switzerland  Polanski makes first public appearance   Puerto Rico Twister strikes Puerto Rico; 4 hurt  Puerto Rico  Caribbean 'drug baron' arrested Jul.18   Pakistan     Clinton in Pakistan to bolster relations  U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived, as Washington struggles to change its relationship with 'one of the most critical countries...   Louisiana Recapped Gulf oil well continues to hold  USA  U.S. citizen writing for al Qaeda website   Louisiana   Seepage detected at oil spill site  Government says testing has revealed that there is a 'detected seep a distance from the well'   Washington US seeks BP well cap release plan Jul.19   Louisiana Leaks near BP well may be natural  Chicago  Conrad Black is granted bail  London  Airbus, Boeing battle for airshow sales  Washington  Paper exposes US 'security flaws'   London Cameron agrees Lockerbie meeting Jul.20   Washington     Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault'  UK Prime Minister David Cameron has insisted BP should not be blamed for the 'completely wrong' decision to release the bomber   South Korea     Clinton and Gates visit Korea DMZ   The US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, and Defence Secretary Robert Gates have visited the Demilitarized Zone separating North and Sout... Jul.21   Washington     Obama signs financial reform law   President Barack Obama has signed into law the biggest overhaul of American financial regulation in decades  San Francisco Bay Area  Facebook hits 500m user milestone   North Korea North Korea criticises new US sanctions  U.S. Senate  BP boss invited to Lockerbie hearing  Washington  Bernanke uncertain on US economy  Florida  Conrad Black released from prison Jul.22  Guantanamo  Spain, Latvia take Guantanamo detainees  USA  BP 'buying silence' over oil leak   Louisiana   Storm forces ships off spill site
  Dozens of ships in the Gulf of Mexico have been ordered to leave the site of the BP spill by the US government as Tropical Storm Bonnie gathers pace
 Microsoft  Windows 7 boosts Microsoft profit Jul.23   Louisiana Oil workers set to leave as storm nears
Jul.24   Southern Afghanistan Bombs kill five U.S. troops in Afghanistan   Louisiana   Oil spill vessels return to site  Ships involved in the effort to secure BP's blown-out oil well are preparing to resume work after a tropical storm weakened   South Korea   U.S., South Korea begin military exercises
  Amid heightened tensions with North Korea, the United States and South Korea began joint military exercises, dubbed Invincible Spirit
 Iowa  Residents flee after U.S. lake dam fails Jul.25  Afghanistan  Abducted U.S. service member killed   USA     Thousands of Afghan war docs go online
  A whistle-blower website has published more than 90,000 U.S. military and diplomatic reports about Afghanistan filed between 2004 and January 2010
 Paris  Armstrong team honors cancer survivors Jul.26   Washington 'Weeks to assess' Afghan war leak Jul.27  Washington  Pentagon: Leaked reports not top-secretInvestigation Jul.28   Arizona   Judge blocks part of AZ immigration law  A federal judge granted a preliminary injunction that blocked the most controversial parts of the law  Mexico  Mexico approves decision on immigr. Law Jul.29   Arizona Arizona to challenge law blocks   FBI FBI to aid Afghan war leak probe   San Francisco Bay Area Google search working again in China  Louisiana  Gulf oil cleanup chief details plans Jul.30   Afghanistan     July worst month for U.S. in Afghanistan  3 U.S. soldiers were killed in two separate blasts, making July the deadliest month for American forces since the war started nine years ago   USA   US economic growth slows to 2.4%  The growth slowed between April and June, with GDP growing by an annualised rate of 2.4%. comparing with a rate of 3.7% in the previous quarter   USA Wikileaks' Assange denies 'blood on hands' Jul.31  Upstate New York  Clinton pride at Chelsea wedding