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1. 09-05 Bush nominates Roberts as chief justice Washington
C. 09-06 Bush to lead inquiry into Katrina Washington
D. 09-07 Bush seeks $50bn hurricane relief U.S. Congress
E. 09-08 Bush declares Katrina prayer day Washington
F. 09-09 Powell criticises storm response Washington
09-09 US emergency aid chief sidelined Washington
H. 09-10 Bush pleads for 'spirit of 9/11' Washington

Bush, China's Hu to defer meeting   Bush nominates Roberts as chief justice  President is moving quickly to fill the vacancy left by Chief Justice Rehnquist's death   Bush to lead inquiry into Katrina  US President will lead an investigation into how the hurricane disaster was handled   Bush seeks $50bn hurricane relief  The President Bush is to ask Congress for more extra emergency funding to deal with the aftermath of Katrina Bush declares Katrina prayer day  US President has declared 16 September 16 a national day of prayer and remembrance for the victims of the Hurricane   Powell criticises storm response  Former US Secretary of State fails to understand why better preparations were not made before the hurricane $51.8b storm aid approved  Congress approved emergency spending to pay for Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts US emergency aid chief sidelined
Chief Justice Rehnquist dies


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  The Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court has died at his home in Virginia at the age of 80
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  Michael Brown, director of the FEMA has been removed from his role managing the Hurricane Katrina relief effort
Sep.10   Washington     Bush pleads for 'spirit of 9/11'  In a national radio broadcast the President has urged national unity following the Hurricane Katrina disaster Sep.11   New York   US pauses to recall 9/11 attacks  A memorial service to mark the attacks has been taking place at the former site of New York's World Trade Center Sep.12   Washington     Emergencies chief steps down
  Michael Brown, director of FEMA, has resigned following criticism over the response to Hurricane Katrina
Sep.13   Washington     US and Iraq 'to discuss pullout'  Iraqi President Talabani is meeting Bush. Talabani suggested that the US could withdraw up to 50,000 soldiers Sep.16   Washington     Bush pledges no Katrina tax rise  US President has ruled out raising taxes to pay for the cost of the recovery effort on the hurricane-hit coast Sep.19   Washington   Bush: NK nuke deal positive step  U.S. President George questioned whether all parties would 'adhere to the agreement' Sep.24   Washington     IMF committee backs debt erasure  A deal by the world's richest states to erase debt of up to $55bn owed by the poorest has been backed   Washington   Wolfowitz sets World Bank agenda  In his first policy speech to member countries the new president called for tangible results from bank programs Sep.27   Washington   State blamed over Katrina effort  Michael Brown, The former director of the FEMA has criticised state and local officials Sep.28   Louisiana   Gov. Blanco: 'We are looking forward'  Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco asked Congress for help in rebuilding her devastated state   Texas   Tom DeLay faces criminal charge  The Republican majority leader in the House of Representatives has been indicted with criminal conspiracy   Washington   Bush warns of Iraq violence spike  US President has warned that insurgents will step up their attacks ahead of referendum on a new constitution Sep.29   U.S. Senate   Roberts confirmed as chief justice
  The Senate voted on the appointment of John Roberts as the next US Supreme Court chief justic
  USA   CIA case reporter will testify  New York Times journalist Judith Miller, jailed for refusing to reveal her sources, has been freed Sep.30   USA   CIA agent case reporter in court
  New York Times journalist Judith Miller has begun testifying before a grand jury



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North America
Chief Justice Rehnquist dies
Bush seeks $50bn hurricane relief
US pauses to recall 9/11 attacks
Tom DeLay faces criminal charge
Roberts confirmed as chief justice
CIA agent case reporter in court
Bush seeks $50bn hurricane relief
$51.8b storm aid approved
Tom DeLay faces criminal charge
CIA case reporter will testify
CIA agent case reporter in court
Bush seeks $50bn hurricane relief
$51.8b storm aid approved
U.S. Congress
Bush seeks $50bn hurricane relief
Roberts confirmed as chief justice
Bush seeks $50bn hurricane relief
$51.8b storm aid approved
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Bush seeks $50bn hurricane relief
$51.8b storm aid approved
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CIA agent case reporter in court
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CIA case reporter will testify
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