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U.S. Supports New Business, Academic Enterprises in Pakistan By Lea Terhune - Washington – When the United States and Pakistan recently signed agreements to fund educational development and small businesses, it was a step toward implementing a much larger program to promote economic growth in Pakistan.

President Bush and Secretary of State Rice Discuss the Middle East Crisis - THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. Since the crisis in Lebanon began more than three weeks ago, the United States and other key nations have been working for a comprehensive solution that would return control of Lebanon to its government, and to provide a sustainable peace that protects the lives of both the Lebanese and the Israeli people.

DEA Target America: Opening Eyes - (Chicago, IL) " The national touring exhibit, "Target America: Opening Eyes to the Damage Drugs Cause," a powerful new exhibit developed by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), is coming to the windy city"s Museum of Science and Industry (MSI).

U.S. HAS ITS SECOND-HOTTEST JULY ON RECORD; - August 7, 2006 — The continental United States suffered through its second-hottest July on record because of a blistering heat wave from California to Washington, D.C. The heat wave broke more than 2,300 daily temperature records for the month and eclipsed more than 50 records for the highest temperatures in any July

SECRETARY-GENERAL APPOINTS MARGARET NOVICKI AS DIRECTOR - United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan is pleased to announce the appointment of Margaret Novicki as the Director of the United Nations Information Centre in Pretoria, South Africa. Ms. Novicki, a national of the United States, brings to this post extensive experience in communications, media relations and journalism, much of it acquired in Africa. She will take up her duties on

EPA to Clean Ground Water at Pohatcong Valley Site - (New York, NY) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will remove trichloroethylene (TCE) and tetrachloroethene (PCE) from ground water at the Pohatcong Valley Groundwater Contamination Superfund Site, in Warren County, New Jersey. Under a plan finalized July 13, 2006, EPA will drill wells to pump out the contaminated water and treat it using technology that will strip out the pollutants by blowing air through the contaminated water to separate out the chemicals

USAID Sends Additional Humanitarian Supplies to Lebanon - WASHINGTON, DC - The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) transported seven additional emergency medical kits, as well as 1,000 tarps, and 20,000 blankets to Lebanon to be distributed to non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working in the area.

High-Activity Radioactive Materials Secretly Removed From Chechen Site - WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) announced that more than 5,500 curies of radioactive cobalt-60 and cesium-137, enough material for at least five “dirty bombs,” have been removed from Chechnya and safely returned to Russia for protection.

Despite violence Iraq is not sliding into civil war, Rice says - Washington -- With the “turbulent” Iraqi transition from dictatorship to democracy underway, the United States’ best course, according to Secretary of Sate Rice, is to continue to provide security and help with reconstruction in order to give Iraqis “a chance to achieve what they clearly are all trying to achieve.”

Sudance Channel Announces Talent Pairings for Second Season of Iconoclasts - Sundance Channel and Grey Goose Entertainment in association with Condè Nast Media Group, today unveiled the six pairings set to appear during the second season of the Sundance Channel original television series “Iconoclasts.

WANTED: Animal Rights Extremists for Attempted Murder - How would you like to find a fire bomb on your doorstep, even if it turns out that: 1) The device was probably intended for your neighbor, and 2) It was left by activists who claim to be protecting animals?

Public Education About Invasive Lionfish Part of Mission - NOAA Ocean Service researchers, in collaboration with the Essential Image Source Foundation, embarked aboard the NOAA research vessel Nancy Foster to further examine the status in the Atlantic Ocean of the invasive Indo-Pacific lionfish.

President Bush Discusses Comprehensive Immigration Reform in Texas - THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all very much. It's good to be home. Thank you for coming. Please be seated. You know, when I left the governor's office, I knew I would leave it in capable hands with Rick Perry. And I'm proud of the job he's done as Governor of the state of Texas, and I'm proud to have been introduced by the Governor of my state.

EPA Provides Over $250,000 for Environmental Monitoring of Maine’s Coastal Beaches - On a summer morning overlooking York’s Long Sands Beach, EPA’s New England office provided $254,730 to the Maine Healthy Beaches Program, to continue efforts to monitor water quality conditions at Maine beaches to ensure that people enjoying the beach are also enjoying healthy water conditions.

U.S. General Says Middle East Militias By Jacquelyn S. Porth - Washington " The U.S. commander who oversees military operations in the Middle East says extremism "remains a serious danger to global

International Space Station Status Report - Space station crewmen Jeff Williams and Thomas Reiter worked quickly through scheduled spacewalk tasks Thursday, then completed three get-ahead jobs, or extra tasks, and were ready for more. Mission Control assigned two more jobs, which the astronauts also completed.

Caution: Deadly Heat Wave Reaches East Coast - NOAA meteorologists blame an unusually strong ridge of high pressure that has been persistent for the last several weeks across much of the central and eastern U.S. for the cause of the heat. More than 50 new all-time high temperature

EP Act at One Event Clipper Wind Manufacturing Facility - Thank you, Tom, for the introduction. I enjoyed my tour of your new manufacturing facility this morning, and am very excited about the tremendous strides being made here in the development of

Oil Spill Casused By Israeli Attack Hits Syrian Coastline - A coordinated response must urgently be allowed to proceed, so that we can limit the immediate environmental damage as well as the

Hazardous chemical reporting roundup: EPA settles two cases, cites Illinois Aldi warehouse - CHICAGO (Aug. 2, 2006) - Two cases involving late notification of hazardous chemical releases were recently settled by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5. The facilities are located in Riverdale, Ill., and Zeeland, Mich. A new case involving an Aldi warehouse in Dwight, Ill., was also filed.

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