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Sun Foreign StaffMOSUL, Iraq -- The American soldier with a Southern drawl leaned on the hood of his Humvee yesterday, peered along the barrel of his automatic rifle and waited for something else to go wrong. A few minutes earlier, several Iraqis had strolled to a corner...
Tags: Health, Unrest, Conflicts and War, Death, Vehicles, Iraq
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - With some Baghdad neighborhoods still not safe and huge throngs of Shiite Muslims calling for U.S. forces to leave, a rising chorus of critics say the Bush administration misjudged the potential for a dangerous power vacuum in Iraq....
Foreign CorrespondentU.S. officials said Monday that an interim Iraqi authority will be formed by mid-May, but many Iraqis are demanding assurances that reemerging Saddam Hussein loyalists will be barred from retaining privilege and power. With frequency some find alarming,...
Tags: Lawyers, Laws, Justice System, Chicago Tribune, Iraq
Associated PressAD-DAWR, Iraq - Heavily armed U.S. Army forces stormed into a village near the northern city of Tikrit before dawn yesterday, seizing more than 260 prisoners, including one man on the most-wanted list of former Iraqi officials. U.S. troops encountered no...
Sun Foreign StaffTIKRIT, Iraq -- The birthday party's over for Saddam Hussein, even here in his hometown and political stronghold 110 miles north of Baghdad. Hussein turned 66 yesterday, assuming he's still alive, but no bash was thrown at the gleaming, marble-columned...
Tags: Health, Lawyers, Justice System, Death, Vehicles
Chicago TribuneBAGHDAD, Iraq - Two American soldiers were shot and mutilated yesterday by assailants who attacked their vehicle in the northern city of Mosul in another day of insurgent violence against coalition forces, said U.S. military sources. The men were...
Chicago TribuneBAGHDAD - With July 1 as the target date for Iraqis to take the political helm of their country, Washington is moving swiftly to shift the dangerous and costly burden of security into Iraqis' hands. As another U.S. soldier died in a roadside bombing in...
Los Angeles TimesU.S. Special Forces troops used assault rifles and machine guns Tuesday to beat back a violent mob besieging them in the governor's building. What started the fighting was unclear. One local chieftain claimed it came because U.S. troops raised the...
Tags: Unrest, Conflicts and War, Weaponry, Politics, Death, Iraq
Sun Foreign StaffMOSUL, Iraq -- The palace has been plundered, the law courts burned, the government center sacked. So when the residents of Mosul seek justice or mercy, there's only one place left to go: the Duty-Free Shop at Mosul Airport. This small concrete...
Tags: Lawyers, Politics, Death, Justice System, Vehicles
Sun StaffNick Berg was a big-hearted risk-taker - intent on making the world a better place, willing to do the heavy lifting to make that happen and daring enough to go almost anywhere to do it. As his body arrived at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware yesterday,...
Times Staff WriterA pair of car bombings killed at least a dozen people and wounded dozens of others in Baghdad and Mosul today, in the latest rounds of violence that appeared to be directed at Iraqi government officials. The attacks occurred as abductors freed two...
Tags: Unrest, Conflicts and War, Health, Politics, Death, Murder
Times Staff WriterThe Pentagon is drawing up plans to helicopter thousands of U.S. soldiers into Iraq from Turkey in the early days of an invasion, establishing a northern front that war planners increasingly see as a key part of any U.S. military action against Saddam...
Tags: NATO, Petroleum Industry, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Turkey
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