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  Bush: War in Iraq must go on  5 years after, Bush will mark the anniversary by insisting that a continued U.S. presence there is crucial   Bush speech hails Iraq 'victory' Map of Pentagon USA
China trying to crack U.S. computers  The Chinese military continues to increase spending on efforts to break into U.S. military computer systems, expand its Navy Bush optimistic of Mid-East peac Bush endorses McCain in US race OAS passes resolution on Colombian raid Pentagon bans Google map-makers  The defence department has banned the giant internet search engine from filming inside and making detailed studies of US military bases U.S. warns on al Qaeda plotting Bush insists US not in recession   Bush vetoes bill banning waterboarding  President vetoed legislation that would ban the CIA from using harsh methods such as waterboarding to break suspected terrorists Talks push for Mid-East peace Gulf War illness 'chemical link' US Mid-East commander steps down   Admiral William Fallon, the commander of forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, is to retire early citing the 'embarrassing situation and public pe... US toughens standards for ozone  The Environmental Protection Agency has tightened air quality standards in an effort to help improve public health Bin Laden associate transferred from CIA  The U.S. military has put Muhammed Rahim, an Afghan, in prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba   McCain arrives in Baghdad  Sen. John McCain arrives with fellow senators, marking his first trip to the war-ravaged nation since becoming the Republican candidate for president US admits economy is in downturn   Treasury Secretary Paulson has admitted that the US economy is facing a 'sharp decline' at the moment but hoped for a recovery later in the year Federal Reserve slashes rates by 0.75


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  The Federal Reserve has cut US interest rates to 2.25% to restore confidence to nervous financial markets and boost the ailing economy
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  President Bush has delivered a speech at the Pentagon to mark the fifth anniversary of the US-led invasion of Iraq
  Washington   U.S. may pause on Iraq withdrawals  Senior U.S. military officials are preparing to recommend to Bush a 4- to 6-week pause in additional troop withdrawals   Washington   Protesters march on Iraq anniversary  Several hundred anti-war protesters marched through Washington, splattering red paint on government offices and scuffling with police Mar.20   Washington     Firings over Obama file breach  The Department of State has fired 2 contractors and disciplined a 3rd for accessing the passport file of Barack Obama Mar.21   House of Representatives     House speaker blasts China over Tibet  Nancy Pelosi criticized China for its crackdown on anti-government protesters and called on 'freedom-loving people' worldwide to denounce China   Washington   US candidates' records breached
  The passport files of Hillary Clinton, John McCain and Barack Obama have been improperly accessed
Mar.23   Washington   FDA suspects cantaloupe, salmonella link  The FDA issued the alert for melons from Agropecuaria Montelibano. Grocers are advised to remove from their stock Mar.26   Washington     Bush calls Hu to urge Tibet talks
  US President has urged China to begin dialogue with Tibet's spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama
  Washington     Bush will visit Putin in Russia  President Bush plans to visit Russian President in the Russian coastal town of Sochi next month at Putin's invitation Mar.27   Washington     Pentagon orders nuclear inventory  Defence Secretary Robert Gates has ordered a full inventory of nuclear arms after parts of ballistic missiles were mistakenly sent to Taiwan Mar.31   Washington   US plans finance system overhaul
  Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has revealed its blueprint for the biggest overhaul of regulation of the financial sector since the 1930s
  Washington   Bombing suspect charged with war crimes  Ghailani, an al Qaeda suspect alleged to have been involved in the 1998 bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Tanzania faces war crimes charges   USA     Democrat Pelosi urges end to race  The speaker of the House of Representatives, has urged a swift end to the Democrats' contest to nominate a presidential candidate



    
    



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