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Some Headlines Of Today

Monday  September 10, 2007

Iraqi insurgents threaten to kill German 9/10/2007, 7:37 p.m. PDT
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) An insurgent group in Iraq posted a videotape Monday that showed a German hostage who has been held for more than six months and threatened to kill him unless Germany withdrew its troops from Afghanistan within 10 days.
9 GIs die in Iraq, military reports 9/10/2007, 5:43 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) The U.S. military reported the deaths of nine soldiers Monday including seven killed in a vehicle accident and Iraq's prime minister said the nation's armed forces were not ready to fight without American help.
Poll: Iraqis say US troops not helping 9/10/2007, 4:09 p.m. PDT
WASHINGTON (AP) Overwhelming numbers of Iraqis say the U.S. troop buildup has worsened security and the prospects for economic and political progress in their country, according to a poll released Monday that provides a strikingly bleak appraisal of the war.
Iraq: nine soldier deaths reported 9/10/2007, 3:52 p.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) The U.S. military reported the deaths of nine soldiers Monday including seven killed in a vehicle accident and Iraq's prime minister said the nation's armed forces were not ready to fight without American help.
Iraqis see little to applaud 9/10/2007, 3:39 p.m. PDT
(AP) The Associated Press asked Iraqis for their reactions to some of the key points raised by Gen. David Petraeus and U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker about the situation in Iraq.
Judge paves way for executions 9/10/2007, 10:25 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) The executions of three former officials in Saddam Hussein's regime can be carried out without presidential decrees because of the scale of their crimes, a judge said Monday.
Al-Maliki: Iraqi forces need more time 9/10/2007, 3:08 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki told lawmakers Monday that Iraqi forces were not ready to take over security from the U.S. military across the country.
Al-Sadr overhauling his Shiite militia 9/10/2007, 12:24 a.m. PDT
BAGHDAD (AP) Iraq's most powerful Shiite militia leader is turning to his commanders who distinguished themselves fighting U.S. troops in 2004 to screen fighters, weed out criminals and assume key positions in an effort to build a more disciplined force, two of his key lieutenants say.

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