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Friday, April 08, 2005
 
Iraq War News
Gunmen fire on Iraq cleric's supporters: "Gunmen fired on supporters of radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr on Friday, killing one person and wounding two others as they made their way to protests planned for the second anniversary of Baghdad's fall to U.S.-led troops."

In Seattle Post-Intelligencer: War on Iraq



Egypt blast raises concerns of insurgency: "Bloodstains remained among the jewelry and souvenir shops in one of Cairo's main tourist bazaars Friday, a day after a bomb blast killed three people, including an American, and raised worries about a revival of Islamic militant attacks on foreigners that devastated Egypt's economy in the 1990s."

In Seattle Post-Intelligencer: War on Iraq



U.S. military: Cameraman detained in Iraq: "A cameraman carrying CBS press credentials was detained in Iraq earlier this week on suspicion of insurgent activity, the U.S. military said Friday."

In Seattle Post-Intelligencer: War on Iraq



4 Iraqi children killed: "(04-08) 09:03 PDT BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Four children collecting trash were killed Friday by a homemade bomb in Baghdad, and masked gunmen killed an Iraqi Army officer in a restaurant in the southern...




[in San Francisco Chronicle]
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In The US News: Iraq News



Iraq's President Expects Constitution by August: "By Mariam Karouny BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's new president, veteran Kurdish leader Jalal Talabani, said Friday that lawmakers will meet a mid-August deadline for writing a constitution despite week...




[in Reuters]
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In The US News: Iraq News



U.S. says detained Iraqi women were not held hostage: "The U.S. military said on Friday two Iraqi women detained for six days had been held on suspicion of complicity in insurgent attacks, not used as hostages to pressure fugitive male relatives to surrender."

In San Diego Union-Tribune: In Iraq



U.S. growers sell rice to Iraq, once their top market: "After trying for more than a year, American rice growers are finally selling rice to Iraq. Iraq purchased 60,000 metric tons of U.S. rice, the Agriculture Department said Thursday. Based on average price in the region, the sale could be worth $10 million to $19 million, depending on the type of rice and other factors."

In San Diego Union-Tribune: In Iraq



Arab leaders congratulates Talbani on election as president of Iraq: "Arab leaders congratulates Talbani on election as president of Iraq Regional-Iraq, Politics, 4/8/2005 Arab leaders sent congratulations to Jalal Talabani who was elected as a new interim president...




[in Arabic News]
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In The US News: Iraq News

 

 
   
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