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  China rebuked over Snowden case  US Deputy Secretary of State Edward Burns 'disappointed' over China's failure to hand over fugitive intelligence analyst Edward Snowden   US seeks release of detained Morsi  The US has called on Egypt's army to free deposed President Mohamed Morsi, amid ongoing protests on the first Friday of Ramadan   Obama urges calm after Florida trial
US health mandate delayed till 2015  The main provision of a landmark healthcare bill passed under President Obama will take effect one year later than planned, his administration... US-Egypt fighter jet deal 'on track'  The US is going ahead with plans to deliver four F-16 fighter jets to Egypt despite the political unrest in the country, senior American officials say US warning to Egypt over arrests


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  The US has urged Egypt's leadership to stop the 'arbitrary' arrests of Muslim Brotherhood members, warning against targeting any group
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  US President has called for 'calm reflection' after neighbourhood watchman George Zimmerman was cleared of murdering black teenager Trayvon Martin
Jul.16   Washington   US inflation rises to 1.8% in June  Annual US consumer price inflation hit 1.8% in June as clothing, petrol and services costs all increased Jul.18   Panama   Ex-CIA fugitive detained in Panama  Robert Seldon Lady, a former CIA station chief convicted by an Italian court of kidnapping a terror suspect has been detained in Panama Jul.19   Washington     'Trayvon could have been me' - Obama
  President Barack Obama has said that 'Trayvon Martin could have been me, 35 years ago', in his first comments on the case since last week's verdict
Jul.20   Washington   US journalist Helen Thomas dies at 92   Helen Thomas, a trailblazing journalist who covered the White House for nearly five decades, has died aged 92 Jul.22   Washington     US general outlines Syria options  Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Martin Dempsey has outlined the costs, risks and benefits of possible U.S. military involvement in the Syrian... Jul.24   House of Representatives   US lawmakers back phone surveillance   The US House of Representatives has narrowly voted to continue collecting data on US phone calls, in the first legislative move on the progr...   Washington   US delays delivery of jets to Egypt  The US says it is delaying the delivery of four F-16 fighter jets to Egypt amid unrest following the army's overthrow of Mohammed Morsi as p... Jul.26   Washington   Vandalism shuts Lincoln Memorial Map of Lincoln Memorial USA  Washington DC's Lincoln Memorial has been closed to visitors while workers clean up an act of vandalism, the US Park Police have said Jul.28   Washington     Mid-East peace talks to resume in Washington  Israeli and Palestinian negotiators will resume peace talks in Washington on Monday, the US State Department has announced Jul.29   Washington     Mid-East peace talks resume in US
  Peace talks have resumed after Israeli and Palestinian negotiators dined in Washington DC with US Secretary of State John Kerry
Jul.30   Washington     Obama meets Mid-East negotiators  US President has met Israeli and Palestinian negotiators, a day after the two sides relaunched direct peace talks in Washington after a three-year halt   Washington     Mid-East talks to work towards deal   Israeli and Palestinian negotiators will aim to reach a 'final status' agreement over 9 months to end their long conflict, the secretary of state has said Jul.31   Washington   US economic growth beats forecasts
  The US economy grew at an annualised pace of 1.7% in the second quarter of the year, the Commerce Department has said
  Washington   US declassifies phone-snooping order  The Obama administration has released documents on its phone-snooping, as a Senate panel questions intelligence officials about the program



    
    



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