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Some Headlines Of Today

Saturday  January 10, 2004

Danish soldiers in Iraq find mortar shells dating from Iran-Iraq war; early tests positive for blister agent - 1/10/04 10:50 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Danish and Icelandic troops have uncovered a cache of 36 shells buried in the Iraqi desert, and preliminary tests showed they contained a liquid blister agent, the Danish military said Saturday.
Danish soldiers in Iraq find mortar shells dating from Iran-Iraq war; tests show they contain blister agent - 1/10/04 8:33 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Danish and Icelandic troops have uncovered a cache of 36 shells buried in the Iraqi desert, and preliminary tests showed they contained a liquid blister agent, the Danish military said Saturday.
Danish soldiers in Iraq find cache of mortar shells; tests show they contain blister agent - 1/10/04 7:48 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Danish and Icelandic troops have uncovered a cache of 36 shells in southern Iraq, and preliminary tests showed they contained a liquid blister agent, the Danish military said Saturday.
A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq - 1/10/04 6:32 PM
As of Friday, Jan. 9, 494 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Defense Department. Of those, 342 died as a result of hostile action and 152 died of non-hostile causes, the department said. The department did not provide an update Saturday.
British officer who gave famous eve-of-battle speech to quit army, newspaper says - 1/10/04 5:47 PM
LONDON (AP) -- A British officer who made headlines with a stirring eve-of-battle speech to troops preparing to fight in Iraq has resigned from the army, a newspaper reported.
Danish soldiers in Iraq find cache of mortar shells leaking mysterious fluid - 1/10/04 3:36 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Danish soldiers on Saturday uncovered a cache of mortar shells leaking an unknown fluid, and tests are under way to determine whether they contain chemical agents, an American officer said.
Geneva Conventions articles concerning POWs - 1/10/04 3:18 PM
The 1949 Geneva Conventions on the conduct of war, endorsed by 191 nations, including the United States, spell out legal and other rights of prisoners of war which the International Red Cross say apply to Saddam Hussein.
British soldiers and Iraqi police clash with protesters in Iraq and as many as six people killed - 1/10/04 3:09 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- British soldiers and Iraqi police clashed Saturday with armed, stone-throwing protesters in southeastern Iraq, killing six people. U.S. officials acknowledged American soldiers mistakenly killed two Iraqi policemen after they failed to identify themselves to a patrol.
Six killed, 11 injured in armed clash between protesters and British and Iraqi security forces - 1/10/04 2:52 PM
AMARAH, Iraq (AP) -- British troops and Iraqi police fired at armed, stone-throwing protesters on Saturday, killing six people and wounding 11, when a crowd of Iraqis angry over the lack of jobs marched on coalition offices in this southern city, according to witnesses and officials.
Iraqis disappointed, surprised at Saddam's POW designation - 1/10/04 2:41 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqi officials expressed fears Saturday that a Pentagon decision to declare Saddam Hussein a prisoner of war will prevent them from putting the ousted dictator on trial. The international Red Cross, however, said POW status does not preclude a war crimes prosecution.
Iraq's sectarian politics pose danger to country's unity - 1/10/04 1:46 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Handpicking Iraq's interim leadership to reflect its ethnic and religious makeup seemed like the right thing to do six months ago. But communal tensions are on the rise, deepening the country's ethnic and religious fault lines and casting doubt on prospects for installing a peacefully ...
Iraqi Governing Council unveils new postage stamp - 1/10/04 11:30 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Behind the counter at Baghdad's central post office Saturday, workers stack dozens of packages and hundreds of letters, with destinations as close as the southern city of Basra and as far as Bielefeld, Germany.
Six killed, 11 injured in clash between protesters and British and Iraqi security forces - 1/10/04 11:08 AM
AMARAH, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqi police fired into a crowd of stone-throwing protesters angry over the lack of jobs in the southern town of Amarah on Saturday, killing six people and wounding 11, witnesses and a hospital doctor said.
Attacks against Shiite mosques raise sectarian concerns - 1/10/04 10:25 AM
BAQOUBA, Iraq (AP) -- An apparently coordinated attack against two Shiite mosques in a town where Muslim sects had lived peacefully has raised concerns about religious and ethnic strife as Shiites and Sunnis jockey for power in postwar Iraq.
Pentagon lawyers say Saddam is a prisoner of war - 1/10/04 9:30 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Saddam Hussein has been a prisoner of war since his capture last month, Pentagon lawyers have determined.
War crimes trial for Saddam separate issue from POW status: Red Cross - 1/10/04 9:28 AM
GENEVA (AP) -- The United States' declaration that Saddam Hussein is a prisoner of war leaves open the possibility of a war crimes trial by the Iraqis, the International Red Cross said Saturday.
Iraqi civilians claim U.S. military opened fire on taxi, killing four and wounding one - 1/10/04 7:08 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. military is investigating a report that American soldiers opened fire with a machine gun on a taxi, killing four Iraqi civilians, including a 7-year-old boy, and wounded the driver last week in Saddam Hussein's hometown.
United Nations discusses security with Britain, U.S. with eye toward returning to Iraq - 1/10/04 2:29 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Secretary-General Kofi Annan traded ideas with American and British officials about a U.N. role in postwar Iraq and what kind of security guarantees to expect as the world body weighs a return to the country.
Iraqi smugglers quench Iran's thirst for booze - 1/10/04 2:14 AM
SULAIMANIYAH, Iraq (AP) -- Just east of here, where the towering peaks of the Zagros mountains mark the border with Iran, a single product dominates the Iraqi exports hauled across the frontier by pack mule and tractor-trailer.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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