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1. 03-09 Republicans remove bargaining rights Wisconsin
C. 03-17 Suspected drone strike kills up to 30 North Waziristan, Tribal Areas
3. 03-18 Calls for revenge after US drones kill 40 North Waziristan, Tribal Areas
03-19 Coalition launches Libya attacks Libya
F. 03-22 U.S. aviators rescued Libya
G. 03-23 Elizabeth Taylor dies Los Angeles
7. 03-28 Obama defends Libya intervention Washington

Summary.     Click for More > Obama makes first Latin American trip US 'will hand over' Libya command US 'to tone down role in Libya' U.S. aviators rescued  The United States got back two crew members whose F-15E fighter jet malfunctioned Elizabeth Taylor dies  Dame Elizabeth Taylor, one of the 20th Century's biggest movie stars, has died in Los Angeles at the age of 79 'Civilians spared' by Libya raids Internet pioneer Paul Baran dies   Obama defends Libya intervention  US President Barack Obama has defended the first war launched under his presidency, insisting US military involvement in Libya will be limit... Wal-Mart 'sexism' case in court Obama sets out energy future Carter criticises US Cuba policy
Missing ex-FBI agent 'is alive' Karzai rebukes US on child deaths US defence chief in Afghan visit Discovery in historic touchdown Republicans remove bargaining rights Japan quake tsunami hits Hawaii U.S. contractor sentenced to 15 years US alarm over Japan atomic crisis Suspected drone strike kills up to 30 Calls for revenge after US drones kill 40 Map of North Waziristan Pakistan  Tribal leaders in the Pakistani region have vowed revenge against the US after drones killed more than 40 people near the Afghan border Obama gives ultimatum to Gaddafi Coalition launches Libya attacks
Mar.3   Washington
Mar.6   Kabul
Mar.7   Kabul
Mar.9   Florida
  Wisconsin
Mar.11   Hawaii
Mar.12   Cuba
Mar.16   USA
Mar.17   Tribal Areas
Mar.18   Tribal Areas
  Washington
Mar.19   Libya
  The UK, the US and France have begun attacking Libya as enforcement of the UN-mandated no-fly zone gets under way.    US and the UK have fired more than 110 missiles. Gad...
  Brazil
Mar.20   Washington
Mar.21   USA
Mar.22   Libya
Mar.23   Los Angeles
  Libya
Mar.28   San Francisco Bay Area
  Washington
Mar.29   U.S. Supreme Court
Mar.30   Washington
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North America
Missing ex-FBI agent 'is alive'
Obama, Calderon cite cooperation in talks
Republicans remove bargaining rights
Obama names Locke envoy to China
board asked NPR CEO to step down
Al-Qaeda 'recruiting US Muslims'
Relation with Libyan embassy suspended
US officials' 'gun-running plot'
Wikileaks row: US official quits
US urges tough UN draft on Libya
Obama gives ultimatum to Gaddafi
Obama defends Libya intervention
Life sentences for Somali pirates
US cyber war defences 'very thin'
US 'will hand over' Libya command
Obama defends Libya intervention
US insider trading trial begins
Ten charged in U.S. killings in Mexico
Loughner denies Arizona charges
Al-Qaeda 'recruiting US Muslims'
US officials' 'gun-running plot'
Life sentences for Somali pirates
US cyber war defences 'very thin'
US priests in sex abuse pay-out
US unemployment rate falls again
Trade deficit data hits US shares
Chevron appeals over Amazon fine
US court blocks Google book deal
$105 oil: 'It's the perfect storm'
Washington
Missing ex-FBI agent 'is alive'
Obama, Calderon cite cooperation in talks
Obama names Locke envoy to China
board asked NPR CEO to step down
Al-Qaeda 'recruiting US Muslims'
Obama gives ultimatum to Gaddafi
Obama defends Libya intervention
US cyber war defences 'very thin'
US 'will hand over' Libya command
Obama defends Libya intervention
Al-Qaeda 'recruiting US Muslims'
US cyber war defences 'very thin'
US unemployment rate falls again
Trade deficit data hits US shares
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Chevron appeals over Amazon fine
Arab Countries
CNN rejects Fox report on human shields
Coalition launches Libya attacks
U.S. aviators rescued
'Civilians spared' by Libya raids
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Libya
CNN rejects Fox report on human shields
Coalition launches Libya attacks
U.S. aviators rescued
'Civilians spared' by Libya raids
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South Asia
Karzai rebukes US on child deaths
US defence chief in Afghan visit
Calls for revenge after US drones kill 40
Karzai rebukes US on child deaths
Suspected drone strike kills up to 30
Calls for revenge after US drones kill 40
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Latin America
Trial of U.S. contractor over, no verdict
U.S. contractor sentenced to 15 years
Obama makes first Latin American trip
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US insider trading trial begins
US court blocks Google book deal
$105 oil: 'It's the perfect storm'
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  Missing ex-FBI agent 'is alive'  Robert Levinson, a retired FBI agent who disappeared on the Iranian island of Kish four years ago, is alive, the US Department of State says   Karzai rebukes US on child deaths  President Karzai has told the US commander in Afghanistan that his apology for the deaths of nine children in an air strike is 'not enough'   US defence chief in Afghan visit  US Defence Secretary Robert Gates is in the Afghan capital to discuss the future of US involvement there US mother guilty of killing children US insider trading trial begins   Discovery in historic touchdown   The oldest of America's space shuttles, Discovery, has brought its remarkable 27-year career to an end board asked NPR CEO to step down Ten charged in U.S. killings in Mexico Loughner denies Arizona charges Obama names Locke envoy to China Republicans remove bargaining rights  Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate vote to remove collective bargaining rights from state employees separate from the budget Al-Qaeda 'recruiting US Muslims' Trade deficit data hits US shares Relation with Libyan embassy suspended Japan quake tsunami hits Hawaii  A tsunami has struck hours after the earthquake, but with little damage reported. Thousands were evacuated from the US state's coastal area... US officials' 'gun-running plot' US and EU call for Gaddafi to go U.S. contractor sentenced to 15 years  Alan P. Gross, 61, was found guilty of working on a 'subversive' U.S. project intended to undermine the Cuban government Wikileaks row: US official quits Chevron appeals over Amazon fine Life sentences for Somali pirates   US alarm over Japan atomic crisis   Increasing alarm has been voiced in the US about the crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan US cyber war defences 'very thin' US urges tough UN draft on Libya Suspected drone strike kills up to 30 Map of North Waziristan Pakistan  Pakistan's army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani has condemned the latest raid by US unmanned drones as 'intolerable and unjustified' Congress backs stop-gap budget Calls for revenge after US drones kill 40 Map of North Waziristan Pakistan


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Mar.2  USA  New 'Wikileaks' soldier charges
Mar.3  Washington  Obama, Calderon cite cooperation in talks
  Washington  
Mar.4  Washington  US unemployment rate falls again
Mar.5  Cuba  Trial of U.S. contractor over, no verdict
Mar.6   Kabul  
Mar.7   Kabul  
  Scotland
Mar.8   New York
Mar.9   Florida  
  Washington
  Texas
  Arizona
  Washington
  Wisconsin  
Mar.10   House of Representatives
  Washington
  Washington
Mar.11   Hawaii  
  Mountain States
 Washington  NFL owners officially lock out players
  European Union
Mar.12   Cuba  
Mar.13   Washington
  San Francisco Bay Area
Mar.14   Virginia
Mar.16   USA  
  Washington
  UN Security Council
Mar.17   Tribal Areas  
  U.S. Senate
Mar.18   Tribal Areas  
  Tribal leaders in the Pakistani region have vowed revenge against the US after drones killed more than 40 people near the Afghan border
  Washington     Obama gives ultimatum to Gaddafi   US President has said Libyan government forces must end their offensive against rebel-held towns and pull back - or face military action   Wisconsin Judge blocks Wisconsin union law Mar.19   Libya     Coalition launches Libya attacks
  The UK, the US and France have begun attacking Libya as enforcement of the UN-mandated no-fly zone gets under way
 US and the UK have fired more than 110 missiles. Gaddafi has said he will open arms depots to the people
  Brazil     Obama makes first Latin American trip Map of Salvador Brazil  President Obama's five-day tour to Brazil, Chile and El Salvador happens as a nuclear and humanitarian crisis unfold in Japan and Libya Mar.20   Washington     US 'will hand over' Libya command Map of Pentagon USA  The Pentagon expects to hand over control of allied military operations in Libya 'in a matter of days', either to a UK-France coalition or to Nato  California  Djokovic beats Nadal to win BNP Paribas   USA Gates against widening Libya mission   Germany AT&T to buy T-Mobile USA Mar.21   USA     US 'to tone down role in Libya'  President Obama has said the US will transfer its leading role on Libya 'within days' to ensure the burden of enforcing a UN resolution   Chile Obama hails Latin America progress   Libya CNN rejects Fox report on human shields Mar.22   Libya     U.S. aviators rescued
  The United States got back two crew members whose F-15E fighter jet malfunctioned
  New York US court blocks Google book deal
Mar.23   Los Angeles   Elizabeth Taylor dies
  Dame Elizabeth Taylor, one of the 20th Century's biggest movie stars, has died in Los Angeles at the age of 79
  Libya   'Civilians spared' by Libya raids  The US chief of staff for the mission in Libya has insisted there have been no reports of civilian casualties caused by allied action   New York $105 oil: 'It's the perfect storm'
Mar.24   Los Angeles Screen icon Taylor laid to rest  Southern California  Arizona destroys Duke Mar.25   Oregon US priests in sex abuse pay-out Mar.26   Syria Student from Vermont missing in Syria Mar.28   San Francisco Bay Area   Internet pioneer Paul Baran dies   US scientist Paul Baran, whose work in the 1960s helped pave the way for the internet, has died aged 84   Washington     Obama defends Libya intervention
  US President Barack Obama has defended the first war launched under his presidency, insisting US military involvement in Libya will be limited
Mar.29   U.S. Supreme Court   Wal-Mart 'sexism' case in court  The US Supreme Court has been hearing evidence on whether the largest sex discrimination lawsuit in American history should go ahead Mar.30   Washington     Obama sets out energy future  President Obama vows to reduce US oil imports by one-third in little more than a decade, in a drive to ensure a secure energy future   Cuba   Carter criticises US Cuba policy  Former US president Jimmy Carter - on a visit to Cuba - has criticised US policy towards the island