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  U.S. downgrades four countries in trafficking report  The U.S. government has singled out Thailand, Malaysia, Venezuela and The Gambia for taking insufficient action against human trafficking   US steps up sanctions on separatists
US parties clash over prisoner deal  Republicans warning the deal to swap five Guantanamo Bay detainees for a Taliban-held soldier could put American lives at risk   Obama set to unveil climate policy  US President is to unveil new rules for coal-burning power plants aimed at dramatically cutting emissions that contribute to global warming Bowe Bergdahl could be prosecuted  The top-ranking US military officer has raised the possibility Sgt Bergdahl could be prosecuted if he abandoned his post before his capture Chuck Hagel defends Bowe Bergdahl swap   US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel has defended the Obama administration's swap of Sgt Bowe Bergdahl for five Guantanamo Bay detainees Republicans reeling after Eric Cantor primary loss   US Republicans are reeling after House Majority Leader Eric Cantor lost his primary election to a challenger from the party's populist Tea Party...   Obama: All options open on Iraq  US President Barack Obama says his government is looking at 'all options', including military action, to help Iraq fight Islamist militants   Obama to 'review options' on Iraq  US President Barack Obama has said he will take several days to decide what action to take over Iraq, but that no US troops will be deployed there   US considers talks with Iran on Iraq  Washington is considering direct talks with Iran on the security situation in Iraq, a US official has told the BBC   Obama doubles global marine reserves  The US plans to create the world's biggest marine protected area (MPA) in the middle of the Pacific Ocean Redskins team trademarks cancelled  The US Patent and Trademark Office has cancelled the Washington Redskins trademarks, finding the team's name disparages Native Americans   Obama 'to bypass Congress over Iraq'  US President has told Congressional leaders he does not need lawmakers' approval for any action in Iraq, the top Senate Republican says   US to send military advisers to Iraq


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  President Barack Obama says the US will send 300 military advisers to Iraq to help fight Islamist-led insurgents
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  The US has imposed sanctions against separatists in eastern Ukraine, as the crisis there shows no sign of easing
Jun.23   Washington     Obama presses Putin to stem flow of arms  US President has urged his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to stop the flow of weapons into Ukraine and halt support for separatists Jun.24   Mississippi   US senator beats Tea Party rival  Republican Senator Thad Cochran, who is seeking re-election, has narrowly beaten a Tea Party candidate in a high-profile primary in Mississi... Jun.25   Washington   US GDP shrinks 2.9% in first quarter
  The US economy suffered its worst performance for five years in the first quarter of 2014, latest figures show
Jun.26   U.S. Congress     Obama seeks $500m for Syria rebels
  President Barack Obama has asked the US Congress to approve $500m to train and equip what he described as 'moderate' Syrian opposition forces
Jun.28   Washington   Benghazi consulate raid suspect in US court
  Ahmed Abu Khattalai has appeared amid tight security at a US federal courthouse. He has repeatedly denied all the accusations against him
Jun.30   U.S. Supreme Court   Court curbs contraception mandate  The Supreme Court has ruled a Christian-owned company can claim a religious exemption to a law requiring employers to pay for workers' contraception   Washington   Obama shifts resources to US border   President Barack Obama has directed immigration resources towards the US border with Mexico





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