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US President George Bush again tackled the controversial issue of US occupation soldiers' abuse of Iraqi detainees in his weekly radio address.

A former NATO commander who has never held a political post, General Wesley Clark was one of the Democrat front runners before quitting the race to pick a presidential nominee in February.
Shaheen Chughtai
Stung by a string of poor shows, retired NATO General Wesley Clark has pulled out of the US race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Former NATO commander Wesley Clark has decided to call off his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination after finishing third in two crucial primaries on Tuesday.

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US Senator John Kerry has scored a second win over Democrat rival Howard Dean in the New Hampshire primary to boost his chances of challenging for the White House.
Wesley Clark's attempt for the presidential nomination got a symbolic boost when he captured eight of the 15 votes cast for Democrats in the first balloting of the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday.

A leading US Democrat and presidential hopeful has said Saddam Hussein is not connected to the 11 September attacks.

Washington has secured a UN court agreement to edit the recording and transcript of a prominent war crimes witness in the interests of national security.

Presidential hopeful General Wesley Clark says the White House devised a five-year plan after the 9/11 strikes to attack seven majority-Muslim countries.

Shaheen Chughtai
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