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Thursday  March 11, 2004

A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq - 3/11/04 11:53 PM
As of Thursday, March 11, 554 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense. Of those, 380 died as a result of hostile action and 174 died of non-hostile causes, the department said.
Slaying of U.S. coalition workers raises concern over guerrillas posing as Iraqi police - 3/11/04 11:27 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A bomb blast killed two American soldiers in Iraq, the military said Friday. The violence came amid growing concerns that Iraqi police -- not just impostors in Iraqi uniforms -- may have been behind the killings of two coalition staffers and their translator.
Oklahoma attorney killed in attack in Iraq was advocate for women's rights - 3/11/04 10:40 PM
TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- Lawyer Fern Holland went to Iraq to help that nation's women: She investigated human-rights violations, set up conferences and assisted in writing the women's rights section of the new constitution.
Two U.S. soldiers killed when vehicle hits homemade bomb - 3/11/04 10:39 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Two American soldiers were killed when the Humvee they were riding in struck a homemade bomb, the military said early Friday.
AP Enterprise: Companies that got Iraq contracts have ties to Republicans, Democratic senator - 3/11/04 8:55 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Many of the firms awarded $1.2 billion in Iraq reconstruction business this week have strong Washington connections: Several are generous Republican donors, one company is partly owned by a California senator's husband and another is tied to a Pentagon official involved in the contracts.
Former congressional aide accused of working as paid Iraqi agent - 3/11/04 8:05 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- A former news reporter and press secretary for four members of Congress was charged Thursday with being a paid Iraqi intelligence agent and trying to contact her distant cousin -- the White House chief of staff -- to alter U.S. policy.
Halliburton admitted giving faulty cost estimates in $2.7 billion Iraq contract - 3/11/04 6:18 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Halliburton Co. acknowledged to Pentagon auditors that it provided faulty cost estimates last year for $2.7 billion in services to American troops in Iraq and Kuwait, according to documents released by the Defense Department Thursday.
Official confirms report that Saddam sons were probably in Syria - 3/11/04 4:11 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The sons of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein probably spent time in Syria after their father's fall, a U.S. government official said Thursday.
International labor groups aim to organize unions in Iraq, support those already there - 3/11/04 4:07 PM
BAL HARBOUR, Fla. (AP) -- Organized labor, with support from the Bush administration, is trying to build more unions in Iraq and help those already there to function free of government and employer control.
American citizen, an ex-congressional aide, charged with spying for Iraqi government - 3/11/04 3:43 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- A former journalist and one-time press secretary for four members of Congress was arrested Thursday on charges she served as a paid agent for the Iraqi intelligence service before and after the U.S. invasion.
International labor groups aim to organize unions in Iraq - 3/11/04 3:23 PM
BAL HARBOUR, Fla. (AP) -- Organized labor, with support from the Bush administration, is trying to build more unions in Iraq and help those already there to function free of government and employer control.
Oklahoma attorney killed in attack in Iraq was advocate for women's rights - 3/11/04 3:11 PM
TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- Lawyer Fern Holland went to Iraq to help that nation's women: She investigated human-rights violations, set up conferences and assisted in writing the women's rights section of the new constitution.
Official confirms report that Saddam sons were likely in Syria - 3/11/04 3:03 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The sons of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein probably spent time in Syria after their father's fall, a U.S. government official said Thursday.
Slaying of U.S. coalition workers raises concern over guerrillas posing as Iraqi police - 3/11/04 2:57 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. officials are worried that Iraqi police -- not just impostors in Iraqi uniforms -- may have been behind the killings of two coalition staffers and their translator, the top American general in Iraq said Thursday.
American citizen, an ex-congressional aide, charged with spying for Iraqi government - 3/11/04 2:31 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- A former journalist and congressional press secretary was arrested Thursday on charges she acted as an Iraqi spy before and after the U.S. invasion of Iraq, accepting $10,000 for her work, prosecutors said Thursday.
Oklahoma attorney killed in attack in Iraq was advocate for women's rights - 3/11/04 2:17 PM
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Lawyer Fern Holland went to Iraq to help the nation's women: She investigated human-rights violations, set up conferences and assisted in writing the women's rights section of the new constitution.
American citizen, an ex-congressional aide, charged with spying for Iraqi government - 3/11/04 12:59 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- A former journalist and congressional press secretary was arrested Thursday on charges she acted as an Iraqi spy before and after the U.S. invasion of Iraq, accepting $10,000 for her work, prosecutors said Thursday.
American citizen, ex-congressional aide, charged with spying for Iraqi government - 3/11/04 12:40 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- A former journalist and ex-congressional press secretary was arrested Thursday on charges she acted as an Iraqi spy before and after the U.S. invasion of Iraq, accepting $10,000 for her work, prosecutors said Thursday.
Oklahoma attorney killed in attack in Iraq was advocate for women's rights - 3/11/04 11:41 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- One of two U.S. civilians killed in an attack in Iraq this week was an Oklahoman who left her law firm to join the Peace Corps, then got work helping the American-led interim government in Iraq.
American citizen charged with spying for Saddam Hussein's Iraqi government - 3/11/04 10:40 AM
NEW YORK (AP) -- An American citizen was arrested Thursday on charges she acted as an Iraqi spy before and after the U.S. invasion of Iraq, accepting $10,000 for her work, prosecutors said Thursday.
Two Iraqi women working for U.S.-led coalition killed in Basra; U.S. soldier killed by blast - 3/11/04 9:36 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- FBI agents on Thursday investigated the slayings of two American coalition staffers and their translator by gunmen dressed as police, and an American soldier was killed by a roadside bomb north of the capital.
Oklahoma attorney killed in attack in Iraq was advocate for women's rights - 3/11/04 9:23 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- One of two U.S. civilians killed in an attack in Iraq this week was an Oklahoman who left her law firm to join the Peace Corps, then got work helping the American-led interim government in Iraq.
Two Iraqi women working for U.S.-led coalition killed in Basra - 3/11/04 6:19 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Gunmen killed two Iraqi women working in a laundry for the U.S.-led coalition, a day after the slaying of two American coalition officials and their translator by attackers disguised as police, officials said Thursday.
Lukoil chief says prewar deal with Iraq still valid, waiting for new government - 3/11/04 5:20 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The head of Russia's Lukoil said Thursday that a lucrative prewar deal to produce oil in Iraq is still valid, but conceded that its fate hinges on the decision of the new government due to take power on June 30.
Pentagon auditors said to find faults in Halliburton's cost estimates for Iraq contracts - 3/11/04 3:27 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pentagon auditors have found that cost estimates provided by Halliburton Co. for $2.7 billion worth of government contracts in Iraq were unreliable, a Democratic critic of the company wrote colleagues in Congress.
Two Iraqi translators for British Army killed in Basra - 3/11/04 3:08 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Gunmen killed two Iraqi women working as translators for the British army, a day after the slaying of two American coalition officials and their translator by attackers disguised as police in southern Iraq, officials said Thursday.
British troops praised for polite behavior in occupying southern Iraq - 3/11/04 1:36 AM
BASRA, Iraq (AP) -- The British have had a far more peaceful time in southern Iraq than the Americans in the hot zone of the "Sunni Triangle," suffering only 14 deaths from hostilities and none in more than four months.
Police in Sunni heartland town encapsulate problems of Iraq's security forces - 3/11/04 1:31 AM
KHALDIYAH, Iraq (AP) -- The police chief of this restive town west of Baghdad was recovering at home after a roadside bomb hit his car this week. He's lucky -- his predecessor was killed in an ambush about six months ago.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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