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US expands 'axis of evil'  The United States has added Cuba, Libya and Syria, nations that are seeking to obtain chemical or biological weapons US condemns attack  The United States has condemned the suicide bomb attack on French workers as a 'heinous attack' on two of closest allies   Anthrax detected at Federal Reserve  Routine preliminary tests detected spores in small batches of mail totalling about 20 pieces at a facility handling mail Life sentence for FBI traitor  Former FBI agent Robert Hanssen pleaded guilty to spying charges, after a deal with his prosecutors   Bush was warned of plane hijackings  President put US security agencies on alert last summer after receiving intelligence reports   Bush feels heat over terror alert
  Hu warns US over Taiwan  Vice-President Hu Jintao held talks with Bush for talks covering China's human rights and the war against terrorism   Bush 'not ready' to meet Arafat  US President has no plans to meet Palestinian leader - despite having played a part in ending his confinement   Middle East conference to be convened

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  Bush has urged Yasser Arafat to use his freedom to show leadership towards achieving peace with Israel
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  Members of the Congress have demanded to know whether the government was given enough information to head off the attacks
  Washington   White House 'not warned of attacks'  The Bush administration has defended its handling of intelligence reports prior to the 11 September terror attacks May.17   Washington   Row deepens over terror warnings
  Minority leader Gephardt said it was necessary to find out what Bush and his staff knew and when they knew it
  Washington     Bush defiant on terror warnings  US President Bush said criticism of his administration was politically motivated May.18   Washington   US picks up new terror warnings  Intercepted intelligence indicating al-Qaeda could be planning new attacks - may be planning to stage apartment bombings May.20   Washington     Bush stands firm on Cuba embargo  President has set out a list of conditions, including free and fair National Assembly elections next year, May.21   Washington     Warning on terror weapons  The defence Secretary Rumsfeld, has said it is ‘inevitable’ terrorists will acquire weapons of mass destruction May.22   Washington   Police find missing intern's body
  The remains of Chandra Levy were discovered by a member of the public walking their dog
May.24   U.S. Congress   FBI's missed terror clues investigated  A Congress and the Justice Department probe into allegations by an agent that FBI hampered an investigation into Moussaoui   Washington     Iran 'on course for nuclear status'  Defense Secretary Rumsfeld has insisted that there is clear evidence that Iran is trying to develop nuclear weapons May.29   Washington     FBI unveils major shake-up  The director Robert Mueller intents to create a much larger role for the FBI in combating terrorism and espionage   Washington   US welcomes Libya's 'Lockerbie offer'  Secretary of State Colin Powell called the offer a 'step in the right direction' May.30   Washington     Bush warns Pakistan over Kashmir
  US President said that Pakistan must prevent militants crossing the line of control to attack Indian targets


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