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Wednesday  March 14, 2007

4 killed, 24 hurt in Iraq car bombing 3/14/2007, 11:46 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) A parked car bomb struck a bus packed with workers in a volatile city south of Baghdad on Thursday, killing at least four people and wounding 24, police said.
U.N. seeks funds to feed Iraqi refugees 3/14/2007, 10:56 p.m. PDT
UNITED NATIONS (AP) The World Food Program has launched an appeal for $1.7 million to help feed tens of thousands of Iraqi refugees who are continue to arrive in Syria and increasingly without the resources to sustain themselves.
Talabani returns to Iraq after treatment 3/14/2007, 7:56 p.m. PDT
SULAIMANIYAH, Iraq (AP) Thousands of cheering Kurds gave Iraqi President Jalal Talabani a hero's welcome home Wednesday from 17 days of medical treatment in Jordan after he collapsed and fell unconscious.
Outlook mixed on Baghdad crackdown 3/14/2007, 6:20 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Bomb deaths have gone down 30 percent in Baghdad since the U.S.-led security crackdown began a month ago. Execution-style slayings are down by nearly half.
Iranian envoy says Iranians may be freed 3/14/2007, 3:22 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Five Iranians detained during a U.S.-led raid in northern Iraq in January could be released as early as next week, Iran's ambassador said Wednesday.
Pentagon: Some Iraq violence civil war 3/14/2007, 3:20 p.m. PDT
WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. military for the first time Wednesday said in a new report that some of the violence in Iraq can be described as a civil war. In its bleakest assessment of the war to date, a quarterly Pentagon report said that last October through December was the most violent three-month period since 2003.
Iraqi president returns after treatment 3/14/2007, 3:06 p.m. PDT
SULAIMANIYAH, Iraq (AP) Thousands of cheering Kurds gave Iraqi President Jalal Talabani a hero's welcome home Wednesday from 17 days of medical treatment in Jordan after he collapsed and fell unconscious.
Some progress may mean hope for Baghdad 3/14/2007, 1:46 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Bomb deaths have gone down 30 percent in Baghdad since the U.S.-led security crackdown began a month ago. Execution-style slayings are down by nearly half. The once frequent sound of weapons has been reduced to episodic, and downtown shoppers have returned to outdoor markets favored targets of car bombers.
Iraq's President Talabani returns home 3/14/2007, 11:57 a.m. PDT
SULAIMANIYAH, Iraq (AP) President Jalal Talabani returned to his Kurdish hometown Wednesday from a Jordanian hospital 17 days after collapsing in northern Iraq.
Iraqi, U.S. officials upbeat on security 3/14/2007, 11:51 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Key U.S. and Iraqi officials on Wednesday issued cautiously optimistic reports one month into the latest drive to curb sectarian bloodshed in Baghdad but warned that months would pass before the operation could be labeled a success.
Some progress may mean hope for Baghdad 3/14/2007, 11:48 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Bomb deaths have gone down 30 percent in Baghdad since the U.S.-led security crackdown began a month ago. Execution-style slayings are down by nearly half.
U.S. troops see Sadr City slums, despair 3/14/2007, 10:43 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Heavily armed soldiers trudge through the fetid streets of Sadr City, gagging from the stench of open sewage, eyes warily scanning ahead for trouble. Suddenly, a middle-aged man approaches and begs for a job.
Iraqi, U.S. officials upbeat on security 3/14/2007, 9:57 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Key U.S. and Iraqi officials on Wednesday issued cautiously optimistic reports one month into the latest drive to curb sectarian bloodshed in Baghdad but warned that months would pass before the operation could be labeled a success.
Iraq's President Talabani returns home 3/14/2007, 9:29 a.m. PDT
SULAIMANIYAH, Iraq (AP) President Jalal Talabani returned to his Kurdish hometown Wednesday from a Jordanian hospital 17 days after collapsing in northern Iraq.
U.S. says al-Sadr appears to be in Iran 3/14/2007, 5:42 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) The U.S. military spokesman in Iraq said Wednesday that all indications showed that radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr remained in Iran.
Suicide bombings in Iraq leave 10 dead 3/14/2007, 4:28 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Suicide bombers struck a market in northern Iraq and an Iraqi military checkpoint in Baghdad on Wednesday, killing at least 10 people, while an Iraqi general warned extremists that they will be "smashed under the foot of the Iraqi people" if they resist efforts to end the violence in the country.
Iraq president leaves Jordanian hospital 3/14/2007, 3:44 a.m. PDT
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) Iraqi President Jalal Talabani left a Jordanian hospital Wednesday to fly back to his country after more than two weeks of treatment.
8 killed in suicide bombing in Iraq 3/14/2007, 3:08 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) A suicide bomber struck a market in northern Iraq on Wednesday, killing at least eight people and wounding 25, police said.
Bodies of Saddam's sons, grandson reburied 3/14/2007, 2:25 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) The bodies of Saddam Hussein's sons and a grandson have been exhumed and reburied near the ousted leader's grave in his hometown north of Baghdad, tribal officials said Wednesday.
U.S. troops face social ills in Iraq 3/14/2007, 1:11 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Heavily armed soldiers trudge through the fetid streets of Sadr City, gagging from the stench of open sewage, eyes warily scanning ahead for trouble. Suddenly, a middle-aged man approaches and begs for a job.

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