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1. 10-05 US 'needs time' on Afghan troops Washington
2. 10-06 Obama aware of Afghan differences Washington
3. 10-10 Obama to end military gay policy Washington
E. 10-11 Clinton warning to Afghan leader Washington
10-13 Senate panel passes health bill U.S. Senate
6. 10-17 Senator Kerry warns on Afghan troops Washington
7. 10-18 US decision after Afghan result White House, Washington
I. 10-19 U.S. scientist accused of spying for Israel Washington

  Obama to end military gay policy  US President has said he will end 'don't ask, don't tell' policy, the ban on gay people serving openly in the military Protesters demand US gay rights  Thousands of people have marched through Washington to demand greater civil rights for gay men and lesbians   Clinton warning to Afghan leader  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said whoever wins recent election will be expected to do more to address the country's problems Senate panel passes health bill
U.S. adviser: Taliban victory not foreseen   US 'needs time' on Afghan troops  Defence secretary Robert Gates has said more time is needed to decide whether to increase troop levels in Afghanistan   Obama aware of Afghan differences  US President has said his decision on a new strategy in Afghanistan will not please everyone   Obama team weighs Afghanistan options  As tensions mount over the best way forward, top aides say Obama is adamant about coming up with a new plan before deciding on troop levels   Clinton to embark on Europe, Russia trip  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton embarks on a six-day trip to Europe and Russia amid debate on Afghanistan   Obama awarded 2009 Nobel Peace Prize

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  Obama said that he was 'surprised and deeply humbled' by the decision of the Norwegian Nobel Committee to award him the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize
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Oct.13   U.S. Senate  
  A Senate committee has approved a bill to reform healthcare, a key step in President Barack Obama's attempt to overhaul the system
Oct.15   Washington   Call for rethink on data storage  Microsoft SVP Brad Smith said at the Global Services Conference that the rules on the movement of data around the world need an overhaul Oct.17   Washington     Senator Kerry warns on Afghan troops  John Kerry has said it would be irresponsible to send more US troops to Afghanistan before the result of the presidential election there is clear Oct.18   Washington   US decision after Afghan result Map of White House USA  The White House will take no decision on sending more troops to Afghanistan until it determines the new government is a 'true partner' Oct.19   Washington   U.S. scientist accused of spying for Israel  Stewart David Nozette, a former U.S. government scientist has been trying to deliver classified information to whom he thought was an Israeli official Oct.20   U.S. Senate   Congress passes Guantanamo bill  The Senate has voted to continue to allow inmates to be tried on US soil, removing a hurdle as the Obama administration seeks to close the c... Oct.21   Washington   Plans bailout firm bonus cut  Firms in the US which received billions of government aid in the financial crisis are to be told to cut the pay of top executives Oct.24   Washington     US declares swine flu 'emergency'
  resident Barack Obama has declared swine flu a national emergency and signed the proclamation concerning the 2009 H1N1 outbreak
Oct.25   Washington   Obama's fury at Baghdad bloodbath
  US President Barack Obama has led international condemnation of double suicide bomb attack in Baghdad that killed at least 132 people
Oct.26   Washington   Obama vows no rush on Afghanistan  US President has said he will 'never rush' a decision to send more troops to Afghanistan, as he comes under pressure to set out a new policy Oct.27   Washington   US urges China military dialogue   Defence Secretary Robert Gates has called for a dialogue with China's military after meeting a top Chinese general at the Pentagon Oct.28   Washington     U.S. to pay Taliban to switch sides  Obama signed a $680 billion defense appropriations bill, which will pay for military operations in the 2010 fiscal year Oct.29   Washington   US economy is growing once again
  The economy grew at an annual pace of 3.5% between July and September, its first expansion in more than a year
 Some economists think there could be further setbacks. The growth was helped by a substantial government spending plan, including a scheme to boost car sales
  Washington   Obama welcomes US economic growth  President Obama has welcomed the news that the US economy returned to growth between July and September Oct.30   Washington   Obama to lift HIV entry ban soon  President Barack Obama: The US is to end its 22-year ban on people with HIV entering the country


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