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Some Headlines Of Today

Wednesday  August 16, 2006

21 killed in series of Baghdad bombings 8/16/2006, 11:33 a.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) Bombs killed 21 people in central Baghdad on Wednesday, and gunmen attacked the governor's office in Iraq's second-largest city another sign of unrest in the Shiite heartland as U.S. troops step up operations in the capital after the deadliest month for civilians of the war.
3-day sweep secures Baghdad neighborhood 8/16/2006, 11:04 a.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) The nightlife is zero and most shops are shut, but U.S. and Iraqi forces said Wednesday that a three-day security sweep has cleaned up at least for now a mostly Sunni neighborhood in west Baghdad, notorious for kidnappings, murders and bombings.
Bomb in crowd of Iraqi laborers kills 8 8/16/2006, 7:26 a.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) A bomb exploded in a crowd of day laborers in central Baghdad on Wednesday, killing eight people and wounding 28, police said. British troops drove off gunmen who attacked the Basra governor's office, apparently to avenge a tribal leader killed the day before.
In western Iraq, insurgency is gaining 8/16/2006, 6:47 a.m. PT
HADITHA, Iraq (AP) In the dusty plains of western Iraq, al-Qaida is gaining strength. Daily attacks against U.S. and Iraqi forces are on the rise, and there is little sign of progress in persuading the population to support the national government. U.S. commanders acknowledge they are locked in struggle with insurgents for the allegiance of Iraq's youth.
Bomb in crowd of Iraqi laborers kills 8 8/16/2006, 4:22 a.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) A bomb exploded in a crowd of day laborers in central Baghdad on Wednesday, killing eight people and wounding 28, police said. British troops drove off gunmen who attacked the Basra governor's office, apparently to avenge a tribal leader killed the day before.
Al-Qaida gains strength in Sunni heartland 8/16/2006, 2:08 a.m. PT
HADITHA, Iraq (AP) In the dusty plains of western Iraq, al-Qaida is gaining strength. Daily attacks against U.S. and Iraqi forces are on the rise and there is little sign of progress in convincing the population to support the national government.

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