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Some Headlines Of Today

Saturday  September 8, 2007

Iraq: Baghdad calmer, but politics not 9/8/2007, 7:24 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) The U.S. military buildup has brought some relief from bombs and bullets to Baghdad's shattered neighborhoods. But it has failed so far to reach its overarching purpose: getting Iraqis to agree to the political compromises that Washington consider crucial for any lasting stability.
Bomber in Baghdad's Sadr City kills 15 9/8/2007, 3:47 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) A suicide car bomber detonated his explosives-packed Mercedes near a row of stores in the Shiite militia stronghold of Sadr City on Saturday, killing at least 15 people, police and hospital officials said.
Iraq's new justice unfolds in a fortress 9/8/2007, 12:38 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) The suspect stood behind the polished wooden bars in the new courtroom. His eyes flitted nervously as the litany of accusations was rattled off: mortar attacks, car bombings, kidnapping and murder among other crimes linked to his alleged role as an al-Qaida in Iraq fighter.
Iraq: Baghdad calmer, but politics not 9/8/2007, 12:08 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) The U.S. military buildup has brought some relief from bombs and bullets to Baghdad's shattered neighborhoods. But it has failed so far to reach its overarching purpose: getting Iraqis to agree to the political compromises that Washington consider crucial for any lasting stability.
Baghdad's new high-security complex 9/8/2007, 11:44 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Built on a sprawling complex developed by Saddam Hussein in a failed bid to bring the Olympic Games to Baghdad, the so-called judicial Green Zone brings together courts, police and cells all behind tall blast walls topped with razor wire.
Voices of Iraqis: more worries than hope 9/8/2007, 11:32 a.m. PDT
(AP) The Associated Press asked people across Iraq their impressions of issues at the heart of the debates in Washington: security, political stability, the economy and whether they see hope for improvements.
Sunni bloc returns to Iraqi parliament 9/8/2007, 3:39 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) A small Sunni Arab bloc ended its parliamentary boycott Saturday, returning to the legislature as it considers key benchmark legislation demanded by Washington amid increasing pressure to end the political deadlock.
Bush plots strategy to sell Iraq policy 9/8/2007, 12:47 a.m. PDT
SYDNEY, Australia (AP) President Bush took advantage of a vacationing Congress, a surprise visit to once-restive Anbar province and supportive words from Australia's prime minister to trumpet his claims of progress in Iraq. Now he must press his case to skeptical lawmakers and a war-weary U.S. public.
Iraqis lack basics of battlefield supply 9/8/2007, 12:39 a.m. PDT
WASHINGTON (AP) After the end of the first Gulf War, block-lettered signs were posted in buildings at Fort Lee, Va., home to the U.S. Army's quartermaster corps. "Forget Logistics and You Lose," they read. The Iraqis have yet to learn that lesson.

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