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Sun Foreign StaffBAGHDAD, Iraq - Every day, with the blessing of U.S. officials, Iraqi government printing presses produce 4 million portraits of Saddam Hussein. Hussein is rendered in purple ink against a filigreed pink and blue background, in a pose reminiscent of...
From Wire ReportsBAGHDAD, Iraq - In a turbulent 12 hours yesterday, a pipeline supplying much of Baghdad's water was blown up, a huge new fire was set off along an oil pipeline and a mortar attack on a prison left six Iraqis dead and 59 wounded. The attacks raised new...
Sun Foreign StaffBAGHDAD, Iraq - Army officials announced yesterday that they would convene the first court-martial in what could be a string of public military trials in the abuse of Iraqi detainees at Abu Ghraib prison. Spc. Jeremy C. Sivits, 24, is scheduled for...
Associated PressAs Secretary of State Colin L. Powell made his first visit to Iraq since the war, Vice President Dick Cheney hinted yesterday that the Bush administration next year would seek more money than the additional $87 billion requested mainly for costs in...
Tags: George W. Bush, Chicago Tribune, Death, Vehicles, Dick Cheney
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - A comprehensive Army review has determined that top officers in Iraq during the Abu Ghraib prison scandal, including Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, who was the senior ground commander in the country, and his key staff, should not be held liable...
The Associated PressU.S. Army units moved in force early today to seal off the conservative town of Fallujah, west of Baghdad, intending to raid the homes of suspected militia leaders and search for illegal weapons. Soldiers from the 3rd Infantry Division's 2nd Brigade...
Los Angeles TimesBAGHDAD, Iraq - Iraq's interim leaders appealed yesterday for those waging a campaign of insurgency against the U.S.-led occupation to cease provocations and take advantage of "a spirit of forgiveness" that will allow them to reconcile with their Iraqi...
Chicago TribuneBAGHDAD, Iraq - The Pentagon released graphic photographs of the slain sons of Saddam Hussein yesterday evening in an effort to convince skeptical Iraqis that they were indeed dead and that the Hussein regime had no chance of returning to power....
Tags: George W. Bush, Chicago Tribune, Death, Politics, Crimes
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- Prodded by the United States, a high-level Pakistani delegation arrived in Afghanistan early today to meet with Taliban rulers, demanding that they surrender fugitive terrorist Osama bin Laden or face U.S. military might. The Pakistani...
Los Angeles TimesHUWAYSA, Iraq - Resistance fighters used a shoulder-fired missile to bring down a U.S. Chinook helicopter in the barley and wheat fields just west of the Euphrates River here yesterday, witnesses said, killing 16 soldiers and injuring 20 in the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - In a bid for troops and money from other countries, the United States offered yesterday to report regularly to the United Nations Security Council on the actions of a U.S.-led multinational force in Iraq and promised "an expanded role for the...
Tags: George W. Bush, Death, Republican Party, Russia, Germany
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - With no other countries stepping forward to provide troops for Iraq and with time slipping away, Pentagon officials say it is increasingly likely that fresh American forces - either National Guard or active duty - will have to begin replacing...
Tags: George W. Bush, Death, Arkansas, Armed Forces, Jack Reed
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