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1. 10-01 Senate backs new bail-out bill U.S. Senate
C. 10-02 Fossett plane found Mammoth Lakes, California
D. 10-02 Bailout vote fails to lift markets New York
4. 10-02 Biden and Palin meet in TV debate St Louis, Missouri
10-03 House backs $700bn bail-out plan House of Representatives
G. 10-03 Jury finds O.J. Simpson guilty of all counts Las Vegas, Nevada
H. 10-07 Dow Jones hits 5-year low New York
I. 10-07 Chinese Muslims ordered freed from Gitmo Guantanamo
9. 10-07 McCain, Obama trade blows on economy Tennessee

Summary.     Click for More > Jury finds O.J. Simpson guilty of all counts   Dow Jones hits 5-year low  The Dow Jones fell below 10,000 points for the first time since 2004 as U.S. stocks followed Europe and Asia with heavy losses Chinese Muslims ordered freed from Gitmo  A federal judge has ordered the immediate release into the U.S. of 17 Chinese Muslims who have been held for several years in the facility McCain, Obama trade blows on economy World's central banks slash interest rates Guantanamo Uighur release blocked US probe: airstrike killed 33 civilians Wall St. falls after early gains U.S. would support talks with Taliban G7 nations pledge to fight crisis U.S. takes North Korea off terror list  State Department: The United States removed North Korea from its list of states that sponsor terrorism Suspected U.S. strike kills 4 U.S. launch cross-border raid in Syria US missile strike has killed up to 20 people Microsoft delivers pre-beta Windows 7 Phillies win the World Series Treasury spends $125 billion on 9 banks Libya pays $1.5 billion to United States
Senate backs new bail-out bill Fossett plane found   Authorities have found the plane Steve Fossett was flying when he disappeared last year, but they have not found the adventurer's body Bailout vote fails to lift markets Biden and Palin meet in TV debate House backs $700bn bail-out plan
Oct.1   U.S. Senate
Oct.2   California
  New York
  Missouri
Oct.3   House of Representatives
  The House of Representatives has passed by 263-171 vote a government plan to rescue the US financial sector.    The package is to buy the bad debts of failing financial institutions on Wall Street. The vote was the second in a week, following ...
  Nevada
Oct.7   New York
  Guantanamo
  Tennessee
Oct.8   London
  Guantanamo
  Western Afghanistan
Oct.9   New York
Oct.10   Washington
  Washington
Oct.11   Washington
Oct.12   Tribal Areas
Oct.26   Northern Syria
Oct.27   Tribal Areas
Oct.28   Los Angeles
Oct.29   Philadelphia
  Washington
Oct.31   Libya



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North America
Senate backs new bail-out bill
Bailout vote fails to lift markets
House backs $700bn bail-out plan
Stocks slide ahead of crucial bailout vote
U.S. to sell $6.4b in weapons to Taiwan
Bush warns of economic challenges
Dow Jones hits 5-year low
McCain, Obama trade blows on economy
Wall Street flat as Fed unveils new plan
US warns of further bank failures
Wall St. falls after early gains
G7 nations pledge to fight crisis
Bush vows to stabilise US economy
IMF in global 'meltdown' warning
Treasury spends $125 billion on 9 banks
Senate backs new bail-out bill
Senate urged to back crisis bill
Biden and Palin meet in TV debate
House backs $700bn bail-out plan
Bush warns of economic challenges
Rice: Iraq harder than 'I imagined'
McCain, Obama trade blows on economy
US warns of further bank failures
G7 nations pledge to fight crisis
U.S. would support talks with Taliban
Bush meets Sarkozy
Plot to assassinate Barack Obama
Treasury spends $125 billion on 9 banks
U.S. to sell $6.4b in weapons to Taiwan
U.S. would support talks with Taliban
Jury finds O.J. Simpson guilty of all counts
Plot to assassinate Barack Obama
Senate backs new bail-out bill
House backs $700bn bail-out plan
Wall Street flat as Fed unveils new plan
G7 nations pledge to fight crisis
IMF in global 'meltdown' warning
Plans to buy stakes in major banks
Treasury spends $125 billion on 9 banks
Washington
Senate backs new bail-out bill
House backs $700bn bail-out plan
U.S. to sell $6.4b in weapons to Taiwan
Bush warns of economic challenges
US warns of further bank failures
G7 nations pledge to fight crisis
Bush vows to stabilise US economy
Treasury spends $125 billion on 9 banks
Senate backs new bail-out bill
Senate urged to back crisis bill
House backs $700bn bail-out plan
Bush warns of economic challenges
Rice: Iraq harder than 'I imagined'
US warns of further bank failures
G7 nations pledge to fight crisis
U.S. would support talks with Taliban
Treasury spends $125 billion on 9 banks
U.S. to sell $6.4b in weapons to Taiwan
U.S. would support talks with Taliban
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Senate backs new bail-out bill
House backs $700bn bail-out plan
G7 nations pledge to fight crisis
IMF in global 'meltdown' warning
Treasury spends $125 billion on 9 banks
New York
Bailout vote fails to lift markets
Stocks slide ahead of crucial bailout vote
Dow Jones hits 5-year low
Wall Street flat as Fed unveils new plan
Wall St. falls after early gains
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Wall Street flat as Fed unveils new plan
U.S. Congress
Senate backs new bail-out bill
US approves Indian nuclear deal
House backs $700bn bail-out plan
Senate backs new bail-out bill
Senate urged to back crisis bill
US approves Indian nuclear deal
House backs $700bn bail-out plan
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Senate backs new bail-out bill
House backs $700bn bail-out plan
California
Microsoft delivers pre-beta Windows 7
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U.S. Senate
Senate backs new bail-out bill
US approves Indian nuclear deal
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Senate urged to back crisis bill
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Libya pays $1.5 billion to United States
Suicide bomber strikes in Mosul
U.S. launch cross-border raid in Syria
Suicide bomber strikes in Mosul
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US probe: airstrike killed 33 civilians
Suspected U.S. strike kills 4
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Latin America
Mexicans in U.S. sending less money home
Mexicans in U.S. sending less money home
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Chinese Muslims ordered freed from Gitmo
Guantanamo Uighur release blocked
Mexicans in U.S. sending less money home

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Senate urged to back crisis bill U.S. nuke envoy in North Korea for talks Senate backs new bail-out bill   The Senate, 74 to 25, has approved a new version of a $700bn rescue plan for the troubled US financial system Fossett plane found Map of Mammoth Lakes California


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Oct.1   U.S. Senate
  North Korea
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 U.S. Senate  US approves Indian nuclear deal
 Washington  U.S.-Syria talks may be step toward thaw
 Mexico  Mexicans in U.S. sending less money home
 California  Found items may be Fossett clue
Oct.2   California  
  Authorities have found the plane Steve Fossett was flying when he disappeared last year, but they have not found the adventurer's body.    A number plate confirmed the plane as the single-engine Be...
  New York     Bailout vote fails to lift markets   The Dow Jones had slipped 1.74 percent by 10 a.m. while the Nasdaq was 1.97 percent under its opening price   Missouri     Biden and Palin meet in TV debate   The two vice-presidential candidates have traded blows on the economic crisis, taxes, climate change and Iraq in their first TV debate   California Remains found in Fossett plane wreckage Oct.3   New York Stocks slide ahead of crucial bailout vote   House of Representatives   House backs $700bn bail-out plan
  The House of Representatives has passed by 263-171 vote a government plan to rescue the US financial sector
 The package is to buy the bad debts of failing financial institutions on Wall Street. The vote was the second in a week, following its shock rejection of an earlier version. Bush praised lawmakers for their spirit of co-operation before signing the bill into law
  Washington U.S. to sell $6.4b in weapons to Taiwan
  Nevada   Jury finds O.J. Simpson guilty of all counts Map of Las Vegas Nevada  He faces 5 years to life. O.J. Simpson and Co-defendant Clarence 'C.J.' Stewart were found guilty on charges of armed robbery and kidnapping   Washington Bush warns of economic challenges Oct.4  Colorado  Palin links Obama to 'terrorists' Oct.5  Mosul  Suicide bomber strikes in Mosul  Alaska  Palin case employees to testify Oct.6  Obama  Obama digs up past McCain scandal   Washington Rice: Iraq harder than 'I imagined' Oct.7   New York     Dow Jones hits 5-year low
  The Dow Jones fell below 10,000 points for the first time since 2004 as U.S. stocks followed Europe and Asia with heavy losses
 World stock markets have plunged after government bank bail-outs in the US and Europe failed to stem fears of slower growth
  New York Wall Street flat as Fed unveils new plan
 USA  Obama widens lead in national poll   Guantanamo   Chinese Muslims ordered freed from Gitmo
  A federal judge has ordered the immediate release into the U.S. of 17 Chinese Muslims who have been held for several years in the facility.    The White House said the ruling could set a precede...
  Tennessee     McCain, Obama trade blows on economy   The presidential hopefuls have set out their economic policies in a debate dominated by the financial crisis Oct.8   London   World's central banks slash interest rates  The leading economies, led by the U.S. and the UK, slashed interest rates to tackle the global financial crisis after days of stock market losses   Guantanamo   Guantanamo Uighur release blocked  An federal appeal court has blocked a judge's order that 17 Chinese detainees should immediately be released   Washington US warns of further bank failures
  Western Afghanistan   US probe: airstrike killed 33 civilians  A military probe has found that an airstrike in western Afghanistan killed at least 33 civilians last month; 5 to 7 civilian deaths initially reported Oct.9   New York   Wall St. falls after early gains  Trading began optimistically after earlier gains in Europe before slipping back into the red amid continuing economic turmoil. Oct.10   Washington Bush vows to stabilise US economy   New York Dow bounces after opening plunge   U.S. Congress Bush urged to meet with G8 over economy   Washington     U.S. would support talks with Taliban  Defense Secretary Robert Gates said the U.S. would be prepared to reconcile with the Taliban if the Afghan government pursued talks   Washington   G7 nations pledge to fight crisis  Finance ministers from leading industrialised nations have pledged action to tackle the crisis after a torrid week on stock markets   Alaska Palin abused power, probe finds Oct.11   Washington   U.S. takes North Korea off terror list
  State Department: The United States removed North Korea from its list of states that sponsor terrorism
  Washington IMF in global 'meltdown' warning
  Japan Japan objects to US N Korea move Oct.12   Tribal Areas   Suspected U.S. strike kills 4   A suspected U.S. missile strike killed 4 people and wounded 2 others in Pakistan's tumultuous North Waziristan region   Kazakhstan U.S. tourist blasts off in Russian rocket Oct.13   New York Dow increases by 935 points or 11.1%   Sweden Krugman wins Nobel for economics Oct.14   Washington Plans to buy stakes in major banks   Ohio Double murderer Cooey executed Oct.15   Philadelphia Phillies winning series over Dodgers Oct.16   USA Industrial production in U.S. falls by 2.8% Oct.18   Washington Bush meets Sarkozy Oct.19   USA Powell endorses Barack Obama Oct.23   New York Term limit extended to 3 4-year terms Oct.24   Chicago Mother, brother of actress Hudson killed Oct.26   Northern Syria     U.S. launch cross-border raid in Syria   United States Special Operations Forces, stationed in Iraq wre attacking a civilian building. The Syrian government states 8 civilians were ... Oct.27   Tribal Areas   US missile strike has killed up to 20 people   Pakistani intelligence officials claim that the strike in South Waziristan has killed up to twenty people   Tennessee Plot to assassinate Barack Obama Oct.28   Los Angeles   Microsoft delivers pre-beta Windows 7  At its Professional Developers Conference, Microsoft delivers a pre-beta release to developers, and to release a full beta early in 2009 Oct.29   Philadelphia   Phillies win the World Series  Philadelphia win the 2008 World Series 4 games to 1, defeating the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 in Game 5   Washington     Treasury spends $125 billion on 9 banks  The Treasury Department spends $125 billion of its $700 billion bailout fund on banks, some of whom had argued that they did not need the money Oct.31   Libya   Libya pays $1.5 billion to United States  Libya pays the compensation for past terrorist attacks, clearing the way for normal diplomatic ties between the two countries