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B. 11-02 No winner yet in 3 key states USA
C. 11-02 Senate chief Daschle loses seat U.S. Senate
11-02 Bush re-elected USA
E. 11-03 Kerry admits election defeat Boston
F. 11-03 President Bush declares victory 'historic' Washington
6. 11-05 US military 'seals off Falluja' Sunni Triangle
7. 11-08 Battle for Falluja under way Sunni Triangle
8. 11-08 Soldiers advanced into Falluja Sunni Triangle
J. 11-09 Mozilla Firefox browser launched San Francisco Bay Area

Summary.     Click for More >   Kerry admits election defeat  Democratic challenger is giving President George W Bush a second term in office President Bush declares victory 'historic' US military 'seals off Falluja' Battle for Falluja under way Soldiers advanced into Falluja Mozilla Firefox browser launched Attorney general Ashcroft quits cabinet U.S. troops push into south Falluja   Bush, Blair hail Mid-East peace hope  US President and British Prime Minister have said a new opportunity has emerged to forge a lasting peace Jury finds Peterson guilty of killing U.S.: 'Enemy is broken' in Falluja  Marines spread through the deserted streets, kicking in doors during a dangerous house-to-house search   Rice to replace Colin Powell  Stephen Hadley will be promoted to national security adviser US launches major Mosul assault Superfast Nasa jet pushes Mach 10 US may boost troop levels in Iraq Ugly brawl between Pacers, Pistons Bush urges unity against N. Korea nukes Powell on fresh Mid-East mission U.S.: New tactics in Iraq battle Bush makes first visit to Canada
No winner yet in 3 key states Senate chief Daschle loses seat   Bush re-elected
Nov.2   USA
  U.S. Senate
  USA
  In Ohio Kerry trailed Bush by about 104,000 votes out of just over 5 million cast -- 48% to 51%.    George W Bush projected himself during the campaign as th...
Nov.3   Boston
  Washington
Nov.5   Sunni Triangle
Nov.8   Sunni Triangle
  Sunni Triangle
Nov.9   San Francisco Bay Area
  Washington
Nov.12   Sunni Triangle
  Washington
  San Francisco Bay Area
Nov.14   Sunni Triangle
Nov.15   Washington
Nov.16   Mosul
  Southern California
Nov.19   Sunni Triangle
  Detroit
Nov.20   Chile
Nov.21   Israel
Nov.24   Iraq
Nov.30   Canada



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North America
White House rivals race to finish
Senate chief Daschle loses seat
Kerry admits election defeat
President Bush declares victory 'historic'
World leaders congratulate Bush
Attorney general Ashcroft quits cabinet
Bush, Blair hail Mid-East peace hope
Cheney taken to hospital for tests
Rice to replace Colin Powell
Bush makes first visit to Canada
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Jury finds Peterson guilty of killing
Radcliffe in marathon win
Goosen rallies past Tiger at Tour
Federer makes winning return
Ugly brawl between Pacers, Pistons
Federer beats Hewitt in Masters
White House rivals race to finish
Senate chief Daschle loses seat
Lynch elected as Governor
Kerry admits election defeat
President Bush declares victory 'historic'
Iraq Your ad is here
US military 'seals off Falluja'
Battle for Falluja under way
Soldiers advanced into Falluja
Falluja advance has sporadic resistance
Fresh fighting erupts in Falluja
Battle rages in centre of Falluja
'Three quarters' of Falluja taken
U.S. troops push into south Falluja
Fighting intensifies in 4 cities
Forces gain ground in Falluja
Battle 'almost over' in Falluja
U.S.: 'Enemy is broken' in Falluja
Falluja rebels continue to resist
American contractor snatched
US investigates Falluja killing
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Sunni Triangle Your ad is here
US military 'seals off Falluja'
Battle for Falluja under way
Soldiers advanced into Falluja
Falluja advance has sporadic resistance
Fresh fighting erupts in Falluja
Battle rages in centre of Falluja
'Three quarters' of Falluja taken
U.S. troops push into south Falluja
Fighting intensifies in 4 cities
Forces gain ground in Falluja
U.S.: 'Enemy is broken' in Falluja
US investigates Falluja killing
Your ad is here Your ad is here
Washington
Senate chief Daschle loses seat
President Bush declares victory 'historic'
World leaders congratulate Bush
Attorney general Ashcroft quits cabinet
Bush, Blair hail Mid-East peace hope
Cheney taken to hospital for tests
Rice to replace Colin Powell
Your ad is here Your ad is here Your ad is here
Senate chief Daschle loses seat
President Bush declares victory 'historic'
California Your ad is here Your ad is here
Jury finds Peterson guilty of killing
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Bin Laden: Goal is to bankrupt U.S. White House rivals race to finish 2004 voting under way No winner yet in 3 key states  Bed and blue states appear to be mostly sticking with the same party they did in the 2000 election Senate chief Daschle loses seat  The Democrats' leader has lost his South Dakota seat to Republican John Thune   Bush re-elected


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Nov.1   Qatar
  Ohio
Nov.2   USA
  USA  
 New Hampshire  Lynch elected as Governor
  U.S. Senate  
 Baghdad  American contractor snatched
  USA  
  In Ohio Kerry trailed Bush by about 104,000 votes out of just over 5 million cast -- 48% to 51%
 George W Bush projected himself during the campaign as the strong leader who could defend the U.S. in a time of war
Nov.3   Boston     Kerry admits election defeat
  Democratic challenger is giving President George W Bush a second term in office
  Japan U.S. deserter gets 30-day term   Washington     President Bush declares victory 'historic'  Bush became the first Republican president to win re-election Ronald Reagan in 1984   Washington World leaders congratulate Bush  USA  Duo in first spam conviction Nov.4   Washington Bush gets straight back to work   Washington Bush outlines plans for new term  Beijing  China welcomes Bush but stays wary  England  Blair urges EU to accept Bush Nov.5   Sunni Triangle   US military 'seals off Falluja'  All roads in and out of the Sunni Muslim city have been closed amid speculation an assault is imminent   Sunni Triangle Warplanes continue to hit Falluja Nov.7  New York  Radcliffe in marathon win  US Georgia  Goosen rallies past Tiger at Tour Nov.8   Sunni Triangle   Battle for Falluja under way  Thousands of U.S. and Iraqi troops are beginning an all-out assault aimed at driving insurgents out of the city   Sunni Triangle   Soldiers advanced into Falluja  15,000 US and Iraqi troops are continuing a full-scale assault on the insurgent stronghold Nov.9   San Francisco Bay Area   Mozilla Firefox browser launched     Sunni Triangle Falluja advance has sporadic resistance   Washington   Attorney general Ashcroft quits cabinet  Don Evans, Secretary for Commerce, has also quit his post. Further cabinet changes are expected   Sunni Triangle Fresh fighting erupts in Falluja Nov.10   Sunni Triangle Battle rages in centre of Falluja   Sunni Triangle 'Three quarters' of Falluja taken Nov.11   Sunni Triangle Falluja troops under heavy fire   Washington Bush welcomes Blair to White House Nov.12   Sunni Triangle   U.S. troops push into south Falluja  A team of U.S. soldiers is fighting small cells of insurgents in alleyways and bombed-out buildings   Washington     Bush, Blair hail Mid-East peace hope
  US President and British Prime Minister have said a new opportunity has emerged to forge a lasting peace
  San Francisco Bay Area   Jury finds Peterson guilty of killing  Jurors found Scott Peterson guilty of 1st-degree murder in the death of his wife and 2nd-degree in the death of son   Sunni Triangle Fighting intensifies in 4 cities   Sunni Triangle Forces gain ground in Falluja Nov.13   Washington Cheney taken to hospital for tests   Sunni Triangle Battle 'almost over' in Falluja Nov.14   Sunni Triangle   U.S.: 'Enemy is broken' in Falluja
  Marines spread through the deserted streets, kicking in doors during a dangerous house-to-house search
  Sunni Triangle Falluja rebels continue to resist Nov.15   Iraq US warplanes target rebels   Washington Colin Powell resigns   Washington     Rice to replace Colin Powell
  Stephen Hadley will be promoted to national security adviser
  Sunni Triangle US investigates Falluja killing  Texas  Federer makes winning return  Los Angeles  Sharapova wins season's finale Nov.16   Mosul   US launches major Mosul assault  More than 1,000 soldiers were to be deployed. Military had diverted 500 troops from the Falluja operation   Southern California   Superfast Nasa jet pushes Mach 10  An unmanned experimental jet reached a speed that just short of 10 times the speed of sound Nov.18   New York Iraq errors 'hurt U.S. warnings on Iran' Nov.19   Sunni Triangle   US may boost troop levels in Iraq   The US may send more troops before the January elections, depending on the outcome of an offensive in Falluja   Berlin Greenspan warns over US trade deficit   Detroit   Ugly brawl between Pacers, Pistons  Players, fans exchanged punches in the stands near the end of the game forcing an early end to the Pacers' 97-82 victory Nov.20   Chile     Bush urges unity against N. Korea nukes  U.S. President met with a succession of Asian leaders in Santigao at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation summit  Houston  Fired-up Hewitt destroys Roddick  New York  NBA suspended 4 players Nov.21   Israel     Powell on fresh Mid-East mission  US Secretary of State has arrived for talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders   Texas Federer beats Hewitt in Masters Nov.23   Iraq U.S., Iraqis hit rebels south of Baghdad Nov.24   Iraq     U.S.: New tactics in Iraq battle  The forses are 'developing intelligence patiently and persistently, going after targets in a very focused way' Nov.25  Hawaii  Mickelson breaks magical '60' mark Nov.28  Canada  Miller denies Maier to join greats Nov.30   Canada     Bush makes first visit to Canada  The visit is being seen as an attempt by both sides to patch up relations   Washington US security chief Ridge resigns