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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Despite a month of lobbying, the United States has failed to win support for a new United Nations resolution that it hoped would help generate foreign money and troops to rebuild and stabilize Iraq, diplomats said yesterday. Unless the...
Times Staff WriterBAGHDAD -- U.S. authorities Monday announced the creation of a defense force, christened the New Iraqi Army, and promised monthly stipends to former career soldiers in an attempt to resolve a volatile situation plaguing occupation forces. The new army...
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...
Tags: Mosul (Iraq), U.S. Military, Defense, Iraq, Armed Forces
Chicago TribuneBAGHDAD, Iraq - Iraqi Governing Council members signaled yesterday that they were ready to sign the interim constitution as early as today. Those council members who balked at signing the transitional constitution last week said they would sign the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Yesterday's suicide bomb attacks on Iraqi civilians underscored the dangers of terrorism and civil war lurking in Iraq's future as the Bush administration moves rapidly toward turning the nation over to Iraqi rule. The attackers, who...
Sun National StaffThe U.S. civilian interrogators questioning prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq work not under a military contract but on one from the Department of the Interior, a bureaucratic twist that could complicate any effort to hold them criminally responsible...
Sentinel Staff WriterWhen U.S. officials used to sweat out news conferences and public appearances here, it wasn't so much because of the tough questions they faced as the lack of air conditioning in the blistering heat. The questions haven't gotten any easier, but now they'...
Tags: Florida, Defense, Education, Government, Iraq
Times Staff WriterBAGHDAD -- Less than a year after the ouster of Saddam Hussein, members of the Iraqi Governing Council, with American and British officials looking on, signed an interim constitution Monday designed to pave the way to democratic self-rule. Amid the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - A Congress increasingly skeptical about President Bush's strategy in Iraq is set to scrutinize his request for $87 billion in emergency money to fund the U.S. effort there and in Afghanistan, but it is expected to approve the funds...
Tags: Bill Young, George W. Bush, Connecticut, Government, California
The Associated PressA few months before the war, Saddam Hussein freed about 100,000 prisoners, most of them hardened criminals. Now, with security tenuous across Iraq and Baghdad plagued by crime and fear, U.S. officials are blaming that general amnesty for much of the...
Tags: Criminals, Defense, Iraq, War Crimes, Prisons
The New York TimesU.S. intelligence analysts now think Saddam Hussein is much more likely to be alive than dead, a view strengthened in recent weeks by intercepted communications between fugitive members of the Saddam Fedayeen and the Iraqi intelligence service,...
Los Angeles TimesBAGHDAD, Iraq -- Iraq's U.S.-appointed Governing Council took a significant jump yesterday toward restoring self-rule when it named 24 men and one woman to a provisional Cabinet to take over the day-to-day running of the government from American...
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