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2006-07-17 15:30:00

A microphone picked up an unaware President Bush saying on Monday Syria should press Hizbollah to "stop doing this shit" as they discussed the upsurge in violence in the Middle East.

2006-07-17 07:15:43

By Caren Bohan and David Clarke ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) - Group of Eight leaders on Monday inched toward a breakthrough over global trade on Monday, Britain said, at the end of a big-power summit strained by divisions over the Middle East crisis.

2006-07-17 08:16:36

ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) - A microphone picked up an unaware President Bush saying on Monday Syria should press Hizbollah to "stop doing this shit" and that his secretary of state may go to the Middle East soon.

2006-07-17 06:25:00

A microphone picked up an unaware President Bush saying on Monday Syria should press Hezbollah to "stop doing this sh--" and that his secretary of state may go to the Middle East soon.

2006-07-17 02:41:55

By David Clarke ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) - United Nations Security Council members will on Monday start hammering out a detailed agreement on deploying a multilateral security force to Lebanon, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said.

2006-07-16 05:53:52

By Steve Holland and David Clarke ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) - World leaders at a big-power summit on Sunday strove to forge a unified position on the Middle East crisis after President Bush uncompromisingly said Israel had the right to defend itself.

2006-07-16 01:20:53

By Steve Holland and David Clarke ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) - President Bush on Sunday said Israel had the right to defend itself in the Middle East, taking an uncompromising stand on rising violence there as he faced talks with G8 leaders.

2006-07-16 00:35:50

ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) - President Bush repeated on Sunday that Israel had the right to defend itself in the Middle East, and did not back Lebanese calls for an immediate ceasefire.

2006-07-13 06:09:19

By Jane Merriman GATWICK AIRPORT (Reuters) - Three former NatWest bankers left Britain on a flight to Houston on Thursday after surrendering to U.S. marshals for extradition to face fraud charges relating to collapsed energy company Enron.

2006-07-13 01:41:03

By Jane Merriman CROYDON (Reuters) - Three former bankers surrendered to U.S. marshals at a police station south of London on Thursday for extradition to the United States to face fraud charges relating to collapsed energy company Enron.


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