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Wednesday  December 5, 2007

New call to free kidnapped Britons 12/5/2007, 5:38 p.m. PST
LONDON (AP) Families and friends of five Britons kidnapped in Iraq made a new appeal Wednesday for their release, following the broadcast of a videotape that offered the first proof members of the group remain alive.
New call to free kidnapped Britons 12/5/2007, 5:38 p.m. PST
LONDON (AP) Families and friends of five Britons kidnapped in Iraq made a new appeal Wednesday for their release, following the broadcast of a videotape that offered the first proof members of the group remain alive.
Gates says secure Iraq within reach 12/5/2007, 3:45 p.m. PST
(AP) TROOPS NEEDED: U.S. military commanders in northern Iraq told Defense Secretary Robert Gates Wednesday that they need more troops to battle increased attacks by al-Qaida terrorists who have fled north.
Gates says secure Iraq within reach 12/5/2007, 3:25 p.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) U.S. military commanders in northern Iraq told Defense Secretary Robert Gates here Wednesday that they need more troops to battle increased attacks by al-Qaida terrorists who have fled north after being pushed out of the Baghdad region.
Bomb kills 16 in quiet Baghdad district 12/5/2007, 1:41 p.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) Storekeepers swept up broken glass in darkness. Grim-faced shoppers cut forlorn figures making their way home down side streets. Trucks hauled off the charred skeletons of cars under police escort.
Gates says secure Iraq within reach 12/5/2007, 1:22 p.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) U.S. military commanders in northern Iraq told Defense Secretary Robert Gates here Wednesday that they need more troops to battle increased attacks by al-Qaida terrorists who have fled north after being pushed out of the Baghdad region.
Iraq: volunteer militias to expand 12/5/2007, 10:51 a.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) The number of volunteer militiamen helping patrol the Baghdad area should grow nearly fourfold to 45,000 next year and will assume roles under Iraqi military command, a security official said Wednesday.
5 die in Baghdad blast as Gates visits 12/5/2007, 6:59 a.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) A car bomb exploded in a largely Shiite neighborhood of Baghdad on Wednesday, police said, killing at least five people, while Defense Secretary Robert Gates visited the capital to assess whether the downturn in violence in Iraq can be sustained.
Gates makes unannounced visit to Iraq 12/5/2007, 5:36 a.m. PST
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) Defense Secretary Robert Gates is using his latest unannounced trip to Iraq to assess whether the downturn in violence in parts of the country can be sustained, and whether Iran is working to quell the shipment of arms into Iraq, officials said Wednesday as the Pentagon chief made his sixth visit to the country.
Gates makes unannounced visit to Iraq 12/5/2007, 5:21 a.m. PST
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) Defense Secretary Robert Gates is using his latest unannounced trip to Iraq to assess whether the downturn in violence in parts of the country can be sustained, and whether Iran is working to quell the shipment of arms into Iraq, officials said Wednesday as the Pentagon chief made his sixth visit to the country.
Gates makes unannounced visit to Iraq 12/5/2007, 3:32 a.m. PST
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) Defense Secretary Robert Gates will use his latest unannounced trip to Iraq to assess whether the downturn in violence in parts of the country can be sustained, and whether Iran is working to quell the shipment of arms into Iraq, officials said Wednesday as the Pentagon chief made his sixth visit to the country.
Car bombs kill 9 in northern Iraq 12/5/2007, 3:23 a.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) Car bombs killed nine Iraqis Wednesday north of Baghdad, where U.S. officials have cited increased attacks despite a sharp drop in violence countrywide.
Gates makes unannounced visit to Iraq 12/5/2007, 1:42 a.m. PST
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) Defense Secretary Robert Gates will use his latest unannounced trip to Iraq to assess whether the downturn in violence in parts of the country can be sustained, and whether Iran is working to quell the shipment of arms into Iraq, officials said Wednesday as the Pentagon chief made his sixth visit to the country.

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