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Some Headlines Of Today

Tuesday  April 3, 2007

Iraqi deputy PM leaves hospital 4/3/2007, 5:50 p.m. PDT
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) Iraq's Sunni deputy prime minister was discharged Tuesday from a hospital in Jordan where he was treated after an assassination attempt last month by a group linked to al-Qaida, the Iraqi ambassador said.
Iraqis complain about U.S. searches 4/3/2007, 3:31 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) Government officials and lawmakers say they are fed up with what they feel are unnecessary searches by American troops and private security contractors in the Green Zone and persuaded President Jalal Talabani to take action, his office said Tuesday.
Baghdad authorities shorten curfew 4/3/2007, 1:09 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Citing improved security in the capital, the Iraqi government said Tuesday it was shortening the Baghdad curfew by two hours and would allow citizens to be on the streets until 10 p.m.
Kidnapped German seeks Afghan withdrawal 4/3/2007, 11:22 a.m. PDT
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) An insurgent group in Iraq posted a video showing a kidnapped German woman and son weeping and pleading for help as the group gave Germany 10 more days to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan or else the hostages would be killed.
Iraqi deputy PM leaves hospital 4/3/2007, 10:29 a.m. PDT
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) Iraq's Sunni deputy prime minister was discharged Tuesday from a hospital in Jordan where he was treated after an assassination attempt last month by a group linked to al-Qaida, the Iraqi ambassador said.
Iraqi merchant: McCain visit propaganda 4/3/2007, 2:17 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Iraqis in the capital said Tuesday that Sen. John McCain's account of a heavily guarded visit to a central market did not represent the current reality in Baghdad, with one calling it "propaganda."
Deadline extended for abducted Germans 4/3/2007, 12:24 a.m. PDT
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) An insurgent group that claims to have kidnapped a German woman and her son in Iraq extended a deadline by 10 days for Germany to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan or the hostages would be killed, according to a U.S. group that monitors extremist messages.

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