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Some Headlines Of Today

Thursday  December 25, 2003

Iraq's capital hit by wave of Christmas attacks; two Iraqi police, civilian wounded - 12/25/03 9:58 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Guerrillas fired more than a dozen grenades, rockets and mortar shells in Baghdad on Christmas Day, striking a hotel housing foreigners, the Iranian and Turkish embassies and the gates of a U.S. army base. One woman was wounded as she slept in an apartment near the hotel.
Rocket-propelled grenade attacks shake Iraqi capital after bombings kill 11 - 12/25/03 6:50 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Guerrillas hit central Baghdad with more than a dozen grenades, rockets and mortar shells on Christmas Day, striking at a hotel for the second time in 24 hours and the gates of a U.S. army base. One woman was wounded as she slept in an apartment neighboring the hotel.
Annan to meet Iraqi Governing Council leaders on Jan. 19 to discuss U.N. role - 12/25/03 4:13 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Secretary-General Kofi Annan will meet with leaders of the Iraqi Governing Council on Jan. 19 to try to pin down the United Nations' role as Iraq moves to self-government, a U.N. spokesman said.
Military's cyber cafes give soldiers in Iraq holiday line to families back home - 12/25/03 1:47 AM
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Pfc. Mathew Galchick may be thousands of miles from home and facing daily danger, but he is comforted by a special lifeline while serving in Iraq: He's got e-mail.
Baghdad Sheraton struck twice by rebel rockets; bombings kill U.S. soldiers, Iraqi civilians - 12/25/03 1:30 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb exploded north of Baghdad on Wednesday, killing three U.S. soldiers in the deadliest attack on Americans since Saddam Hussein's capture. The military said a fourth American soldier was also killed Wednesday, and on Christmas morning, a rebel rocket shattered windows on ...
Sheiks in Saddam's old power base edge toward cooperation with U.S. forces - 12/25/03 1:23 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- With Saddam Hussein in captivity, some tribal elders from his old power base are showing greater willingness to work with Iraq's American occupiers, realizing they must carve out a new political role for the Sunni Muslim minority that long ruled the country.

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