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Friday  June 22, 2007

Iraqis water down the draft oil law 6/22/2007, 2:36 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Iraqi officials said Friday that a U.S.-backed draft oil law will soon be returned to the Cabinet for approval after Kurds agreed to a compromise revenue-sharing measure. But they said many key sticking points remain unresolved and not even addressed in the watered-down legislation.
Rights group criticizes Saddam judgment 6/22/2007, 2:30 p.m. PDT
NEW YORK (AP) The trial of Saddam Hussein had "serious flaws" that fell short of international judicial standards in reaching death sentences for the former Iraqi president and two senior members of his regime, a human rights group said Friday.
U.S. troops sweep into areas of Baqouba 6/22/2007, 1:32 p.m. PDT
BAQOUBA, Iraq (AP) Hundreds of U.S. and Iraqi troops, under cover of F-16s, fought their way into three neighborhoods of besieged Baqouba on Friday to help clear Diyala province of entrenched insurgents. To the north of the city, American helicopters killed 17 al-Qaida gunmen trying to sneak past a checkpoint.
U.N. inspections in Iraq near formal end 6/22/2007, 8:26 a.m. PDT
UNITED NATIONS (AP) A proposed U.N. resolution would immediately end the work of U.N. inspection bodies which, under Saddam Hussein's regime, played a pivotal role in monitoring Iraq's nuclear, biological and chemical weapons programs.
U.S. scours Iraq's Baqouba for militants 6/22/2007, 5:30 a.m. PDT
BAQOUBA, Iraq (AP) U.S. troops are searching houses and vehicles to root out hundreds of al-Qaida militants believed holed up in western Baqouba, which has become the center of a massive military offensive, a commander said Friday.
China forgives Iraqi debt, but how much? 6/22/2007, 4:25 a.m. PDT
BEIJING (AP) China announced with great flourish this week that it is forgiving debt owed by Iraq. But with the Iraqi president set to hold talks Friday with the Chinese premier, it was still unclear how much debt has been written off.
Iraq: U.S. soldiers detain 18 6/22/2007, 2:15 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) U.S. soldiers detained 18 suspected militants in raids targeting roadside bomb networks in the Baghdad area, a day after 14 more American troops were reported killed, most in powerful explosions that struck their armored vehicles.
Iraq: U.S. soldiers detain 18 6/22/2007, 12:53 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) U.S. soldiers backed by attack aircraft detained 18 suspected militants and confiscated weapons and equipment in three raids targeting bomb networks around northwestern Baghdad, the military said Friday.
Iraqi guards training in Jordan 6/22/2007, 12:50 a.m. PDT
MUWAQQAR, Jordan (AP) "Bomb, bomb," a man shouts, as a group of Iraqis dives for cover. It's all a drill part of six-week course to train new guards who will oversee thousands of prisoners taken into custody in the ongoing Baghdad security crackdown.
China forgives Iraqi debt, but how much? 6/22/2007, 12:33 a.m. PDT
BEIJING (AP) China announced with great flourish this week that it is forgiving debt owed by Iraq. But with the Iraqi president set to hold talks Friday with the Chinese premier, it was still unclear how much debt has been written off.

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