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Friday  March 12, 2004

Roadside bombing kills two more U.S. soldiers, wounds four in Iraq's Sunni Triangle - 3/12/04 11:43 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb in Saddam Hussein's hometown killed two American soldiers and wounded four Saturday, a day after the military said two other soldiers died in a similar explosion elsewhere in Iraq's so-called Sunni Triangle.
Airborne Brigade celebrates return to their home base after a year in Iraq - 3/12/04 11:09 PM
VICENZA, Italy (AP) -- Jason Avery and 1,600 of his fellow soldiers received a hero's welcome on their return to their home base in Italy on Friday, a year after parachuting into northern Iraq in the biggest U.S. airdrop since World War II.
Explosion in Tikrit kills two, wounds four U.S. soldiers - 3/12/04 10:23 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- An explosion early Saturday in Saddam Hussein's hometown killed two American soldiers and wounded four, the U.S. military said.
Explosion in Tikrit injures six U.S. soldiers, several seriously - 3/12/04 9:59 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- An explosion injured six U.S. soldiers, some seriously, while on patrol north of Baghdad early Saturday, the Army said.
A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq - 3/12/04 8:12 PM
As of Friday, March 12, 558 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense. Of those, 379 died as a result of hostile action and 179 died of non-hostile causes, the department said.
South Korea pledges no change in Iraqi troop dispatch plans - 3/12/04 7:53 PM
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- There will be no changes in South Korean plans to send troops to Iraq despite Friday's unprecedented impeachment of the country's president, interim head of state Goh Kun said Saturday.
Activist town finds alleged Iraqi agent in midst - 3/12/04 7:46 PM
TAKOMA PARK, Md. (AP) -- Charges that an anti-war activist was an agent for the Iraqi government have surprised residents of this affluent, liberal town where she lives, as well as some anti-war organizations that had already felt they were under close government scrutiny.
Activist town finds alleged spy in midst - 3/12/04 6:09 PM
TAKOMA PARK, Md. (AP) -- Charges that an anti-war activist was an agent for the Iraqi government have surprised residents of this affluent, liberal town where she lives, as well as some anti-war organizations that had already felt they were under close government scrutiny.
Pentagon awards two more major contracts for work in Iraq - 3/12/04 5:49 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Pentagon on Friday announced the award of two contracts, worth a combined maximum of $1 billion, for construction services for electrical power projects in Iraq.
U.S. planning for large new embassy in Baghdad, with 700 or more Americans - 3/12/04 4:39 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Bush administration is making plans for a large new U.S. Embassy in Baghdad that will be staffed by at least 700 Americans backed by up to 2,000 Iraqis and others.
Four Iraqi policemen suspected of involvement in slaying of U.S. coalition staffers, translator - 3/12/04 2:28 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Four Iraqis suspected of killing a pair of American officials and their translator appear to be active police officers working with a Saddam Hussein loyalist, a top U.S. military official said Friday, raising concerns that insurgents are infiltrating Iraqi security forces being traine ...
For two mothers, different approaches to dealing with son's deaths - 3/12/04 2:13 PM
MALDEN, Ill. (AP) -- Nancy Hollinsaid points to her favorite photograph of her son. Lincoln Hollinsaid is wearing his Army uniform somewhere in Iraq. Even his teeth are covered in sand.
'Democratic' frenzy in the Arab world _ a wind of change or just a mild breeze? - 3/12/04 2:12 PM
BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) -- Ever since the United States invaded Iraq, some Arab leaders have been acting out of character, talking about big changes in the works and using all the proper keywords: democracy, transparency, choice, human rights.
Halliburton admitted giving faulty cost estimates in $2.7 billion Iraq contract - 3/12/04 1:21 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pentagon auditors found a Halliburton Co. subsidiary gave faulty cost estimates on a $2.7 billion contract to serve American troops in Iraq and Kuwait, and company officials acknowledged making mistakes, Defense Department documents show.
Tikrit-based infantry takes part in final raid before ending yearlong deployment - 3/12/04 12:58 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. infantry soldiers raided one last house Friday as they ended a yearlong deployment in Saddam Hussein's now largely tamed hometown, one of the fiercest battlegrounds in postwar Iraq.
Two U.S. soldiers killed; slayings of coalition staff raise fears of guerrillas posing as police - 3/12/04 8:29 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Two American soldiers were killed when their Humvee struck a roadside bomb, the military said Friday. U.S. officials also worried that Iraqi police -- not impostors in their uniforms -- may have been behind the shooting deaths of two coalition staffers and their translator.
Thousands of new troops adapt to deadly task ahead in Saddam Hussein's hometown - 3/12/04 7:59 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Spc. Leo Luna expected a tent for a home, not a palace used by Saddam Hussein. Roommate Sgt. Kevin Nicoletti jumped from his bed for his gun when he first heard "friendly" U.S. mortars fired.
Former Marine reservist decided to return to help rebuild Iraq - 3/12/04 6:29 AM
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Robert Zangas believed so deeply in helping to rebuild Iraq that three months after coming home from a nine-month stint there in a Marine Corps Reserve unit, he decided to return -- as a civilian.
Two U.S. soldiers killed; slaying of coalition members raises fear of guerrillas posing as police - 3/12/04 5:34 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Two American soldiers were killed when a roadside bomb damaged their Humvee, the military said Friday. U.S. officials worried that Iraqi police -- not impostors in their uniforms -- may have been behind the shooting deaths of two coalition staffers and their translator.
Former congressional aide accused of working as paid Iraqi agent - 3/12/04 5:22 AM
NEW YORK (AP) -- The government is accusing a one-time journalist and Congressional aide of secretly becoming a paid Iraqi intelligence agent before trying to influence her distant cousin -- the White House chief of staff -- on U.S. policy.
AP Enterprise: Companies that got Iraq contracts have ties to Republicans, Democratic senator - 3/12/04 2:36 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The former employer of the Pentagon's top contracting official in Iraq shares part of $130 million in reconstruction business awarded this week.

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