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    1. April 18, 2012

      BAE’s US arm names Chertoff as chairman

      BAE Systems Inc, the US arm of Europe’s largest defence contractor, has elected Michael Chertoff, the former head of US...

    2. November 1, 2010

      US treads cautiously in Arabian Peninsula

      The US response to last week’s packages plot stands in marked contrast to incidents earlier in President Barack Obama’s...

    1. December 4, 2008

      Alarm raised on threat of mass assault

      Terrorist organisations would succeed in using weapons of mass destruction within five years unless the world community...

    2. December 3, 2008

      Warning over mass destruction attacks

      Terrorist groups would succeed in using weapons of mass destruction within five years unless the world community “acts...

    3. October 30, 2008

      White House in 'noble' talks with both camps

      While Barack Obama and John McCain have been trading blows over who would be the best commander-in-chief, the White House...

    4. October 30, 2008

      White House in 'noble' talks with both camps

      While Barack Obama and John McCain have been trading blows over who would be the best commander-in-chief, the White House...

    5. October 29, 2008

      White House in talks with both camps

      While Barack Obama and John McCain have been trading blows over who would be the best commander-in-chief, the White House...

    6. October 27, 2008

      Europe's stance alarms Chertoff

      Michael Chertoff, the US homeland security secretary, has expressed surprise at European resistance to a programme that...

    7. August 31, 2008

      US authorities learn Katrina lessons

      When Pamela Pipes fled New Orleans for Houston at the weekend with her dog and vital papers, she contrasted the orderly...

    8. August 31, 2008

      First big test of post-Katrina disaster response

      Hurricane Gustav was still thousands of miles from the US Gulf coast when Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal held his first...

    9. June 3, 2008

      US gives more details on new visa proposals

      Passengers travelling to the United States from countries whose citizens do not need visas must register online with the US...

    10. June 3, 2008

      US tells visitors they must register in advance

      British travellers visiting the US will be required to register online with the US government at least 72 hours before...

    11. June 3, 2008

      US to bring in stricter visa rules

      Passengers travelling to the US from countries whose citizens do not need visas must register online with the US government...

    12. June 2, 2008

      US gives more details on new visa rules

      Passengers travelling to the United States from countries whose citizens do not need visas must register online with the US...

    13. May 28, 2008

      Security chief decries ‘war on terror’

      The west needs a more comprehensive strategy to counter al-Qaeda propaganda and the US should stop using the term “war on...

    14. April 23, 2008

      Visitors leaving US face tighter security

      Foreign travellers will have to provide fingerprints when they leave the US under a proposed new rule that the airline...

    15. April 22, 2008

      Visitors leaving US face tighter security

      Foreign travellers will have to provide fingerprints when they leave the US under a proposed new rule that the airline...

    16. April 9, 2008

      US set to boost cyber security

      Michael Chertoff, the US homeland security secretary, on Tuesday outlined plans for a “Manhattan project” for information...

    17. April 9, 2008

      US moots system for data sharing on cyber threats

      Michael Chertoff, the US homeland security secretary, yesterday outlined plans for a "Manhattan project" for information...

    18. April 9, 2008

      US set to boost cyber security

      Michael Chertoff, the US homeland security secretary, yesterday outlined plans for a "Manhattan project" for information...

    19. February 16, 2008

      Smith's credibility on antiterror dented by 'disastrous' week

      Jacqui Smith was in confident form on Monday as she talked about the government's counter-terrorism strategy - but the home...

    20. October 30, 2007

      Observer: Another mess

      By most accounts, the Federal Emergency Management Agency did a good job supporting the firefighting effort in California....

    21. October 24, 2007

      California wildfires cause $1bn damage

      Exhausted fire brigades battled wildfires for a fourth straight day across southern California on Wednesday, as smoke and...

    22. October 23, 2007

      Easing winds bring hope to California

      Easing winds on Wednesday offered some welcome respite for the teams of firefighters grappling with at least 15 major fires...

    23. August 27, 2007

      Gonzales steps down under pressure

      US attorney-general Alberto Gonzales resigned on Monday, handing a victory to Democrats who accused him of politicising the...

    24. August 11, 2007

      US to clamp down on illegal migration

      President George W. Bush's administration announced a clampdown on illegal immigration yesterday, six weeks after a more...

    25. August 10, 2007

      US to clamp down on illegal migration

      President George W. Bush’s administration announced a clampdown on illegal immigration on Frirday, six weeks after a more...

    26. August 9, 2007

      Chertoff allays US flight check fears

      Passengers flying to the US would not have to register before each trip under new rules being developed by the Department of...

    27. July 13, 2007

      Europe warns US over visa plans

      American plans that could force Europeans to give two-days’ notice before flying to the US would hinder last-minute business...

    28. July 1, 2007

      White House firm on immigration bill

      The Bush administration will not return to Congress with a proposal for “enforcement-first” legislation to boost border...

    29. July 1, 2007

      Five arrested after failed UK bomb attacks

      Five people were under arrest on Sunday as part of an investigation into three failed car-bomb attacks by suspected Islamist...

    30. June 30, 2007

      Europe strikes deal with US to share flight details

      European countries yesterday endorsed a controversial deal to share information on airline passengers with the US, in a...

    31. June 29, 2007

      EU strikes deal with US on passenger data

      European countries endors­ed a controversial deal to share information on airline passengers with the US in a move that...

    32. June 21, 2007

      Blackstone IPO seven times subscribed amid overseas demand

      Blackstone's $7.8bn initial public offering was about seven times subscribed yesterday as investor demand for the units...

    33. Brussels Blog

      May 21, 2007

      The view from the US

      US homeland security chief Michael Chertoff swept into Brussels to soothe European concerns about an anti-terror agreement...

    34. May 12, 2007

      US seeks to calm EU fears on sharing air passenger details

      Michael Chertoff, the US homeland security secretary, will attempt next week to assuage European concerns about a system...

    35. May 11, 2007

      US to address EU passenger data fears

      Michael Chertoff, the US homeland security secretary, will attempt next week to assuage European concerns about a system...

    36. April 20, 2007

      Observer: So satisfying

      As Alberto Gonzales was being grilled by senators from both parties on Capitol Hill over his handling of the firing of eight...

    37. January 26, 2007

      David Cameron

      Thursday, January 25 • Up early for the first of a series of meetings - ‘”bilaterals” as diplomats insist on calling them....

    38. January 24, 2007

      Cameron to press the flesh at Davos forum

      David Cameron will today become the first Conservative leader to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos. He is expected...

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