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Monday  December 8, 2003

U.S. soldier and Iraqi policeman killed, U.S. military says attacks are down - 12/8/03 11:42 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents shot and killed a U.S. soldier guarding a gas station Monday in northern Iraq, and an Iraqi policeman died trying to defuse a bomb, the U.S. military said.
A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq - 12/8/03 11:36 PM
As of Monday, Dec. 8, 444 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense. Of those, 307 died as a result of hostile action and 137 died of non-hostile causes, the department said.
U.S. soldier and Iraqi policeman killed, U.S. military says attacks are down - 12/8/03 10:25 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents shot and killed a U.S. soldier guarding a gas station Monday in northern Iraq, and an Iraqi policeman died trying to defuse a bomb, the U.S. military said.
Iraqi Symphony prepares for Washington concert - 12/8/03 10:03 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Muntha Jamil Hafidh describes his orchestra's upcoming performance here in the same terms that any foreign musician might: an opportunity to learn from U.S. musicians and share his country's culture.
Koizumi Cabinet expected to approve milestone troop dispatch to Iraq - 12/8/03 9:56 PM
TOKYO (AP) -- After months of debate, Japan's prime minister said his Cabinet will likely approve the deployment of non-combat troops to Iraq on Tuesday, but opposition parties vowed to do all they can to keep Japanese forces at home.
Iraqi Symphony prepares for Washington concert - 12/8/03 9:21 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Muntha Jamil Hafidh describes his orchestra's upcoming performance here in the same terms that any foreign musician might: an opportunity at learn from U.S. musicians and share his country's culture.
A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq - 12/8/03 7:10 PM
As of Monday, Dec. 8, 444 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense. Of those, 307 died as a result of hostile action and 137 died of non-hostile causes, the department said.
AP Exclusive: Only eight Iraqi weapons scientists remain in U.S. intelligence hands; all involved with former biological programs - 12/8/03 4:20 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- All but eight of the dozens of Iraqi scientists who have been questioned or detained as part of the hunt for weapons of mass destruction have been released by U.S. intelligence, officials at the American-run Science Ministry in Baghdad told The Associated Press.
AP NewsBreak: Survey estimates 61,000 Baghdad residents executed by Saddam regime - 12/8/03 4:09 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Saddam Hussein's government may have executed 61,000 Baghdad residents, a number significantly higher than previously believed, according to a survey obtained Monday by The Associated Press.
U.S. soldier and Iraqi policeman killed, U.S. military says attacks are down - 12/8/03 4:04 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents shot and killed a U.S. soldier guarding a gas station Monday in northern Iraq, and an Iraqi policeman died trying to defuse a bomb, the U.S. military said.
AP NewsBreak: Survey estimates 61,000 Baghdad residents executed by Saddam regime - 12/8/03 3:19 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Saddam Hussein's government may have executed 61,000 Baghdad residents, a number significantly higher than previously believed, according to a survey obtained Monday by The Associated Press.
Once-proud Iraqi Air Force reaches end of the line: the junkyard - 12/8/03 2:21 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Following the Biblical call to turn swords into ploughshares, junkyard owner Ahmad Ali Thalib is converting scrapped jet fighters into pots and pans.
AP Exclusive: Only eight Iraqi weapons scientists remain in U.S. intelligence hands; all involved with former biological programs - 12/8/03 1:44 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- All but eight of the dozens of Iraqi scientists who have been questioned or detained as part of the hunt for weapons of mass destruction have been released by U.S. intelligence, officials at the American-run Science Ministry in Baghdad told The Associated Press.
Scientists who worked on biological weapons programs still in U.S. custody - 12/8/03 1:44 PM
A look at the eight scientists still held by U.S. intelligence in Baghdad
South Korean firm to withdraw civilian workers from Iraq after killings - 12/8/03 11:58 AM
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- A South Korean company plans to withdraw its 60 workers on a power-line restoration project in Iraq because gunmen killed two of its engineers on the U.S.-funded project, company officials said Monday
U.S. soldier killed in northern Iraq - 12/8/03 10:44 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. soldier was killed Monday in an apparent drive-by shooting at a gas station in the northern city of Mosul, the U.S. military said.
U.S. soldiers target financier of Iraqi guerrillas, and launch big raid in northern city - 12/8/03 9:06 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops north of Baghdad seized $1.9 million in cash and false identification documents in a raid targeting the suspected financier of insurgents, the U.S. military said Monday. American soldiers also raided a neighborhood in the northern city of Mosul, witnesses said.
Saddam's capture would not halt attacks, U.S. general says - 12/8/03 6:13 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. commander warned of a surge in attacks against coalition forces before a July 1 deadline to transfer authority to Iraqis, and cautioned that strikes might not end even if troops kill or capture Saddam Hussein.
Life after Saddam brings more freedom and new goods on the market, but less security - 12/8/03 2:14 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The Musawis are grateful to the Americans for getting rid of Saddam Hussein. It's meant higher wages, a new car and more freedom.
South Korea decides to withdraw workers from Iraq after attack - 12/8/03 1:12 AM
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- A South Korean company said Monday it has decided to withdraw its 60 workers restoring electricity lines in Iraq, after a gun attack killed two of its electricians working for the U.S. government project.

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