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Some Headlines Of Today

Saturday  March 13, 2004

A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq - 3/13/04 10:23 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. The department did not provide an update Saturday.
Roadside bomb kills two U.S. soldiers in Iraq; Governing Council member's relative dies in Baghdad bombing - 3/13/04 9:12 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb killed two American soldiers and wounded three others in Saddam Hussein's hometown Saturday, and U.S. forces responded by making several arrests and dispatching troops into the streets in a show of force.
White House sends official to Baghdad - 3/13/04 3:28 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- With less than four months before a deadline to transfer Iraqi sovereignty to the people, the Bush administration has dispatched a senior White House official to Baghdad to help form an interim government -- action that's needed before any handoff of power.
A year after war, life in Iraq improves slowly, but hope is scarce and fears of disaster loom - 3/13/04 1:21 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- In Iraq, glimmers of hope can be found in the unlikeliest of places.
For recently returned troops, homefront can be mix of joy and difficulty - 3/13/04 1:11 PM
FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) -- Michael Underhill loved getting doughnuts on Sundays with his dad, so much that the 3-year-old continued to talk about it each week even while his dad was in Iraq.
In the new Army, coming home means counseling - 3/13/04 1:10 PM
FORT BRAGG, N.C. (AP) -- Just five days after returning from a year of duty in Iraq, members of an artillery company sat in pews at a military chapel and got a simple message from an Army chaplain.
Toll of Iraq's looting appears more serious one year after war - 3/13/04 1:07 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- When looters rampaged through Iraqi ministries, schools and hospitals after Saddam Hussein's fall, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld called it the inevitable "untidiness" at the end of a dictatorship.
WEEKLY FARM: U.S. rice growers want preference on sales to Iraq - 3/13/04 1:06 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- American rice growers are upset they do not have favored status on food sales to Iraq, especially after losing a potential sale to Vietnam, which was not a member of the U.S.-led coalition that ousted Saddam Hussein.
White House sends official to Baghdad - 3/13/04 12:02 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House has sent a senior White House official to Baghdad to help form an interim government -- action that's needed before sovereignty can be transferred to the Iraqi people by June 30, just three and a half months away.
Roadside bombing kills two U.S. soldiers, wounds three in Iraq's Sunni Triangle - 3/13/04 9:54 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb killed two American soldiers and wounded three Saturday, the first casualties suffered by an Army regiment taking over security in Saddam Hussein's hometown as part of a giant troop rotation.
U.S. wants military control in Iraq, even after sovereignty handed over - 3/13/04 9:45 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- In less than four months, a sovereign Iraqi government will have authority to impose restrictions on U.S. troops, or even request that they leave.
Activist town shocked over resident accused of spying for Iraq - 3/13/04 6:05 AM
TAKOMA PARK, Md. (AP) -- The affluent, liberal city of Takoma Park is home to activists and war opponents, but charges that a resident was an agent for the Iraqi government has drawn surprise and skepticism in the Washington, D.C., suburb.
Roadside bombing kills two U.S. soldiers, wounds four in Iraq's Sunni Triangle - 3/13/04 4:13 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb killed two American soldiers and wounded four others Saturday, the first casualties suffered by an Army regiment taking over security in Saddam Hussein's hometown as part of a giant troop rotation in Iraq.
U.S. troops go from sleeping in the dirt to "living large" in trailer park in Iraq - 3/13/04 1:55 AM
EDITOR'S NOTE: Associated Press correspondent Chris Tomlinson and photographer John Moore entered Baghdad with American soldiers last April and spent their first night sleeping in a bombed out palace built by Saddam Hussein. They returned almost a year later to report on how the troops are living and copin ...
Spread thin globally, Army calls on same units for back-to-back combat tours in Iraq - 3/13/04 1:46 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Army is spread so thin around the globe that when it needs fresh combat troops for Iraq this fall it will have little choice but to call on the same soldiers who led the charge into Baghdad last spring.
Roadside bombing kills two more U.S. soldiers; concerns grow that insurgents infiltrating Iraqi security forces - 3/13/04 1:00 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Four Iraqis suspected of killing a pair of American officials and their translator appear to be police officers, raising concerns of guerrilla infiltration in Iraqi security forces, a top U.S. military official said Friday. Meanwhile, two American soldiers were killed in Tikrit by a ro ...

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