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Monday  January 12, 2004

Shiite Muslim riot reflects frustration with U.S.-led occupation; soldier dies in bombing - 1/12/04 8:59 PM
KUT, Iraq (AP) -- Ukrainian soldiers fired into the air Monday to disperse hundreds of Iraqis who rioted for jobs and food as a second southern Shiite Muslim city was rocked by unrest -- a barometer of rising frustration with the U.S. led-occupation in a region of Iraq considered friendly to the Americans.
Community newspaper publisher found guilty of being agent for Saddam Hussein - 1/12/04 7:46 PM
CHICAGO (AP) -- A community newspaper publisher accused of spying on Iraqi dissidents in the United States was found guilty Monday of serving as an unregistered agent for Saddam Hussein.
Results from second test of suspected blister agent in Iraq may be ready by week's end - 1/12/04 6:54 PM
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) -- Danish troops in southern Iraq sealed off an area Monday where 36 mortar shells thought to contain a liquid blister agent were found, the army said, as they prepared the weapons for another round of tests by U.S.-led experts.
Clark says 2002 statement about Iraq is consistent with current views - 1/12/04 6:40 PM
LONDONDERRY, N.H. (AP) -- Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark said Monday a statement he made in 2002 about connections between Iraq and al-Qaida was consistent with his belief that Saddam Hussein was not linked to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Community newspaper publisher found guilty of being agent for Saddam Hussein - 1/12/04 6:05 PM
CHICAGO (AP) -- A community newspaper publisher accused of spying on Iraqi dissidents in the United States was found guilty Monday of serving as an unregistered agent of Saddam Hussein.
Cleric's demands, unrest in Shiite areas are ominous signs for U.S. in Iraq - 1/12/04 5:56 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The good will of Iraq's Shiite majority, so crucial to the success of U.S. policy, may be eroding. Strong opposition by a top Shiite cleric to key parts of a U.S. political blueprint for Iraq and the spread of violent protests in Shiite areas suggest a dangerous trend.
Clark says 2002 statement about Iraq is consistent with current views - 1/12/04 5:23 PM
LONDONDERRY, N.H. (AP) -- Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark said Monday a statement he made in 2002 about connections between Iraq and al-Qaida was consistent with his belief that Saddam Hussein was not linked to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq - 1/12/04 4:56 PM
As of Monday, Jan. 11, 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.
About 1,500 soldiers will be ordered to stay in Iraq longer than planned - 1/12/04 4:49 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Pentagon is extending tours of duty in Iraq for about 1,500 soldiers, mainly helicopter and other transportation support personnel, defense officials said Monday.
Results from second test of suspected blister agent in Iraq may be ready by week's end - 1/12/04 4:48 PM
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) -- Danish troops in southern Iraq sealed off an area Monday where 36 mortar shells thought to contain a liquid blister agent were found, the army said, as they prepared the weapons for another round of tests by U.S.-led experts.
Pope says international community must help build democratic Iraq - 1/12/04 4:47 PM
VATICAN CITY (AP) -- Pope John Paul II put aside his opposition to the U.S.-led invasion against Saddam Hussein on Monday and urged the international community to help build a democratic Iraq.
Shiite Muslim riot reflects frustration with U.S.-led occupation; soldier dies in bombing - 1/12/04 3:41 PM
KUT, Iraq (AP) -- Ukrainian soldiers fired into the air Monday to disperse hundreds of Iraqis who rioted for jobs and food as a second southern Shiite Muslim city was rocked by unrest -- a barometer of rising frustration with the U.S. led-occupation in a region of Iraq considered friendly to the Americans.
Strong explosions rock central Baghdad - 1/12/04 3:08 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Large explosions rocked central Baghdad late Monday, and Iraqi and U.S. security officials said at least two mortars exploded near the Baghdad Hotel.
Results from second test of suspected blister agent in Iraq may be ready by week's end - 1/12/04 2:28 PM
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) -- Danish troops in southern Iraq sealed off an area Monday where 36 mortar shells thought to contain a liquid blister agent were found, the army said, as they prepared the weapons for another round of tests by U.S.-led experts.
Shiite Muslim riot reflects growing frustration with U.S.-led occupation - 1/12/04 2:00 PM
KUT, Iraq (AP) -- Ukrainian soldiers fired into the air Monday to disperse hundreds of Iraqis who rioted for jobs and food as a second southern Shiite Muslim city was rocked by unrest -- a barometer of rising frustration with the U.S. led-occupation in a region of Iraq considered friendly to the Americans.
Results from second test of suspected blister agent in Iraq may be ready by week's end - 1/12/04 1:34 PM
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) -- Danish troops in southern Iraq sealed off an area Monday where 36 mortar shells thought to contain a liquid blister agent were found, the army said, as they prepared the weapons for another round of tests by U.S.-led experts.
Clark says 2002 statement about Iraq is consistent with current views - 1/12/04 1:27 PM
LONDONDERRY, N.H. (AP) -- Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark said Monday a statement he made in 2002 about connections between Iraq and al-Qaida was consistent with his belief that Saddam Hussein was not linked to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Shiite Muslim riot reflects growing frustration with U.S.-led occupation - 1/12/04 1:15 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Hundreds of Iraqis rioted Monday for jobs and food in Kut, the second southern Shiite Muslim city rocked by unrest in the last three days -- and a barometer of rising frustration with the U.S. led-occupation forces in a region of Iraq considered friendly to the Americans.
Roadside bomb kills U.S. soldier as American death toll in Iraq nears 500 - 1/12/04 12:57 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. death toll in the Iraqi conflict neared 500 Monday, with the explosion of a roadside bomb in the capital that killed one American soldier and wounded two.
Roadside bomb kills U.S. soldier; American death toll in Iraq nears 500 - 1/12/04 12:19 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb explosion Monday in the Iraqi capital killed one U.S. soldier and wounded two, bringing the American death toll to nearly 500 since the start of fighting in March.
A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq - 1/12/04 11:39 AM
As of Sunday, Jan. 11, 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.
U.S. soldier killed in bombing in Baghdad - 1/12/04 9:36 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- One U.S. soldier was killed and two were wounded Monday in a roadside bombing in the Iraqi capital, the U.S. command said.
Results from second test of suspected blister agent in Iraq may be ready by week's end - 1/12/04 7:38 AM
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) -- Results are expected by the end of the week from a new series of tests to determine whether 36 shells found buried in the Iraqi desert contain a liquid blister agent, the Danish army said Monday.
Iraqi impatience spawns melee, opposition to U.S. handover plan - 1/12/04 7:18 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- In a full-page advertisement on Monday, Iraq's top Shiite Muslim cleric reiterated his demand for the country's next legislature to be elected as he hardens his opposition to U.S. plans for regional caucuses.
Iraqis await pricey new mobile phones - 1/12/04 2:48 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Mobile phones fill the display cases of Monadhel al-Obedi's shop -- from high-end Nokias with cameras to bare-bones Alcatels. Price too high? "No problem," al-Obedi says, offering a smile and a discount.
U.S. turns to Iraqis to strengthen vehicles against roadside bombs - 1/12/04 2:01 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Humvees have become a regular target for roadside bombs planted by Iraqi insurgents, so who better to call on to strengthen U.S. military vehicles against future blasts than Iraqis themselves.
Baker advocated Iraq loan program that amassed much of current debt to U.S. - 1/12/04 1:26 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Now assigned the task of reducing Iraq's debt, presidential envoy James A. Baker III once gave crucial support for continuing a billion-dollar loan program to Saddam Hussein's government that accounts for most of the money Iraq still owes the United States.

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