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Some Headlines Of Today

Monday  August 27, 2007

British PM: No Iraq exit timetable 8/27/2007, 7:52 p.m. PDT
LONDON (AP) British troops in Iraq have an important job to do and there is no fixed timetable for their withdrawal, Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Monday, despite speculation that Britain will soon announce a major pullout.
Correction: Iraq death figures 8/27/2007, 2:42 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) In an Aug. 25 story about war-related deaths in Iraq, The Associated Press misstated the average number of daily fatalities in 2006 for Iraqi civilians. The correct daily average is 37, not 33. The AP reported the average daily death toll so far in 2007 is "nearly double" compared with last year. The figure is a nearly 68 percent increase.
Sunni politicians raise doubts over deal 8/27/2007, 1:43 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Sunni politicians applauded goals set down in an agreement hammered out by the country's top leaders under intense American pressure but expressed doubt Monday that the U.S.-backed prime minister would actually see them through.
CBS translator abducted, killed in Iraq 8/27/2007, 1:36 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) An Iraqi translator working for CBS News was found dead five days after he was abducted from his Baghdad home, the U.S. network announced Monday.
French diplomat apologizes to Iraqi PM 8/27/2007, 9:35 a.m. PDT
PARIS (AP) French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner apologized Monday to Iraq's prime minister for saying he should be replaced then suggested the embattled premier was already on his way out.
Kouchner responds to Iraqi PM 8/27/2007, 4:28 a.m. PDT
PARIS (AP) France's foreign minister said Monday he was willing to apologize if Iraq's prime minister felt he had meddled too much in Iraqi affairs during a visit last week to Baghdad.
Extremists target Shiites in Iraq 8/27/2007, 3:39 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) A sniper killed a Shiite pilgrim on a Baghdad bridge Monday while another was killed and six injured in other attacks as tens of thousands of faithful made their way to the southern city of Karbala for a major religious commemoration.

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