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Some Headlines Of Today

Friday  December 21, 2007

Poland to end Iraq mission next year 12/21/2007, 3:44 p.m. PST
WARSAW, Poland (AP) Poland's president gave his approval Friday to a government plan that would end the country's military mission in Iraq by October 2008, his Web site said, a final hurdle in settling on a date for withdrawal.
Shiite lauds, warns 'Awakening Councils' 12/21/2007, 1:34 p.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) Former Sunni insurgents wearing masks and wailing in grief joined a funeral procession Friday for a leader killed for turning his guns on Islamic extremists instead of America in a contested city that al-Qaida in Iraq once considered its capital.
Salvadoran lawmakers OK Iraq troop aid 12/21/2007, 12:19 p.m. PST
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) The national legislature has given Salvadoran President Tony Saca the go ahead to extend troop deployments to Iraq until the end of 2008.
Torture chamber found in Iraq 12/21/2007, 9:57 a.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) Blood-splotches on walls, chains hanging from a ceiling and swords on the killing floor the artifacts left a disturbing tale of brutalities inside a suspected al-Qaida in Iraq torture chamber. But there was yet another chilling fact outside the dirt-floor dungeon. Villagers say they knew about the torment but were too intimidated by extremists to tell authorities until now.
Iraq: Shiite cautions on awakening groups 12/21/2007, 4:02 a.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) The leader of the largest Shiite political party in Iraq told about 5,000 faithful who gathered for Islamic holy day prayers that U.S.-backed anti-al-Qaida groups mostly comprised of Sunnis should be on the side of government forces and not try to replace them.
Iraq: Shiite cautions on 'awakening' 12/21/2007, 3:54 a.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) The leader of the largest Shiite political party in Iraq told about 5,000 faithful who gathered for Islamic holy day prayers that U.S.-backed anti-al-Qaida groups mostly comprised of Sunnis should be on the side of government forces and not try to replace them.
Torture chamber found in Iraq 12/21/2007, 3:30 a.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) Blood-splotches on walls, chains hanging from a ceiling and swords on the killing floor the artifacts left a disturbing tale of brutalities inside a suspected al-Qaida in Iraq torture chamber. But there was yet another chilling fact outside the dirt-floor dungeon. Villagers say they knew about the torment but were too intimidated by extremists to tell authorities until now.

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