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Some Headlines Of Today

Thursday  August 3, 2006

U.S. generals warn of civil war in Iraq 8/3/2006, 2:04 p.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) Thousands of Shiite youths headed into Iraq's capital Thursday for a pro-Hezbollah rally, as the city was rocked by a motorcycle bomb that killed 12 people the latest victims of bloodshed that senior U.S. generals warned could lead to civil war.
U.S. generals warn of civil war in Iraq 8/3/2006, 1:08 p.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) Thousands of Shiite youths headed into Iraq's capital Thursday for a pro-Hezbollah rally, as the city was rocked by a motorcycle bomb that killed 12 people the latest victims of bloodshed that senior U.S. generals warned could lead to civil war.
Accused U.S. soldiers refuse to testify 8/3/2006, 11:25 a.m. PT
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) Four U.S. soldiers accused of murdering Iraqi detainees refused to testify Thursday at a military hearing, where witnesses described how one of the victims spat blood as he lay dying and another was covered in brain matter.
Motorcycle bombing kills 12 in Baghdad 8/3/2006, 8:42 a.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) A bomb strapped to a motorcycle exploded in the center of the capital Thursday, killing at least 12 people and injuring 29, police said. At least 13 other people were killed or found dead in various parts of the country.
Japanese official brings loan to Baghdad 8/3/2006, 6:32 a.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso arrived in Baghdad on a surprise visit Thursday, bringing with him a loan of 3.3 billion yen ($29 million) to jump-start Iraq's economic development.
Report outlines British concerns on Iraq 8/3/2006, 6:17 a.m. PT
LONDON (AP) A confidential report from Britain's outgoing ambassador to Iraq warned the country is sliding toward civil war and is likely to divide eventually along ethnic lines, according to a news report Thursday.
At least 9 dead in Baghdad bombing 8/3/2006, 5:18 a.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) A bomb strapped to a motorcycle exploded in the center of Baghdad Thursday, killing at least nine people and injuring 21, police said.
Cleric's backers to rally for Hezbollah 8/3/2006, 5:12 a.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) Hundreds of followers of a radical Shiite cleric left a southern Iraqi city on Thursday to join a rally in the capital condemning Israeli attacks on Lebanon, while at least 13 people were killed or found dead in the latest sectarian violence.
Japanese official brings loan to Baghdad 8/3/2006, 4:56 a.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso arrived in Baghdad on a surprise visit Thursday, bringing with him a loan of 3.3 billion yen ($29 million) to jump-start Iraq's economic development.
Shiites go to Baghdad to support Hezbollah 8/3/2006, 3:52 a.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) Hundreds of followers of a radical Shiite cleric left a southern Iraqi city on Thursday to join a rally in the capital condemning Israeli attacks on Lebanon, while at least 13 people were killed or found dead in the latest sectarian violence.
U.S. soldiers describe comrades killing 8/3/2006, 3:47 a.m. PT
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) Two American soldiers Thursday described in gruesome detail how their comrades allegedly killed three blindfolded Iraqi detainees, one of whom was covered in brain matter and another who spit blood during his dying moments.
Report from British ambassador warns Iraq 8/3/2006, 3:01 a.m. PT
LONDON (AP) A confidential report from Britain's outgoing ambassador to Iraq warned the country is sliding toward civil war and is likely to divide eventually along ethnic lines, according to a news report Thursday.
Journalist killings in Iraq condemned 8/3/2006, 2:54 a.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) Two international media watchdogs have condemned the slayings of two journalists in Iraq that one of the groups said raised to at least 100 the number of media members killed since the U.S. invasion in March 2003.
U.S. Military increasingly using air lifts 8/3/2006, 12:55 a.m. PT
CAMP ANACONDA, Iraq (AP) The U.S. military is increasingly using air lifts instead of ground convoys to resupply troops to avoid the deadly roadside bombs that remain a major killer of American soldiers after more than three years of war.

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