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Some Headlines Of Today

Sunday  April 25 2004

U.S. troops likely to move into parts of Najaf soon; American patrols to begin in Fallujah - 4/25/04 11:03 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. military extended a cease-fire for Fallujah on Sunday for at least two more days, backing down from warnings of an all-out Marine assault and announcing that American and Iraqi forces would begin joint patrols in the city.
A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq - 4/25/04 7:03 PM
As of Friday, April 23, 707 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq last year, according to the Department of Defense. Of those, 509 died as a result of hostile action and 198 died of non-hostile causes. The department did not provide an update over the weekend.
Oil minister: Major Iraqi oil terminal remains closed after boat attacks - 4/25/04 5:52 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A suicide boat attack on oil facilities in the Gulf knocked Iraq's two largest terminals out of commission, costing the country almost 1 million barrels of oil exports the first full day of the stoppage, the oil minister said Sunday. The lost exports would have been worth some $28 mil ...
U.S. troops likely to move into parts of Najaf soon; American patrols to begin in Fallujah - 4/25/04 5:01 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops will begin patrols with Iraqi security forces in Fallujah, the military said Sunday, as the United States backed down from warnings of an all-out assault that could spark new bloodshed and deepen anti-American sentiment.
Worries over troop levels, war costs, U.S. strategy rise as diplomat sounds warning - 4/25/04 3:47 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Amid rising concern over troop levels, war costs and U.S. strategy, the U.N. envoy to Iraq warned that ordering American troops into two rebellious cities could lead to disaster.
Army rushing more armored Humvees to Iraq, adding steel plating to the 'soft' ones - 4/25/04 3:33 PM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- Deafening noise, confusion and fear erupted as the roadside bomb slammed into the U.S. Army Humvee, knocking over Spc. Stephen Monti, who was manning a gun in the turret.
Army rushing more armored Humvees to Iraq, adding steel plating to the 'soft' ones - 4/25/04 2:22 PM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- Deafening noise, confusion and fear erupted as the roadside bomb slammed into the U.S. Army Humvee, knocking over Spc. Stephen Monti, who was manning a gun in the turret.
Up to one-fourth of U.S. reconstruction money for Iraq is going for security - 4/25/04 1:16 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Because of the surging violence, U.S.-financed contractors rebuilding Iraq are spending a quarter of their money to protect workers and insure their projects, according to American officials monitoring the work.
Diplomat who is to name Iraqi government cautions U.S. about use of force - 4/25/04 12:19 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The United Nations envoy, who is helping draft an Iraqi interim government, urged the Bush administration Sunday to "tread carefully" in besieged Fallujah and avoid alienating an already angry populace.
U.S. troops will likely move into parts of Najaf soon, general says - 4/25/04 11:53 AM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops will likely enter parts of Najaf soon to clamp down on a radical Shiite cleric's rebel militia, but they will stay away from sensitive holy sites in the center of the city to avoid rousing religious outrage, a U.S. general said Sunday.
Diplomat who is to name Iraqi government cautions U.S. about use of force - 4/25/04 11:06 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The United Nations envoy, who is helping draft an Iraqi interim government, urged the Bush administration Sunday to "tread carefully" in besieged Fallujah and avoid alienating an already angry populace.
Roadside bomb kills U.S. soldier in Baghdad - 4/25/04 9:40 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb exploded by a U.S. patrol in Baghdad on Sunday, killing a U.S. soldier and sparking a gunbattle in the vicinity of Iraqi children, the military said.
Australian, Bulgarian leaders visit troops in Iraq - 4/25/04 9:34 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The leaders of Australia and Bulgaria visited their troops in Iraq on Sunday, a show of support for the U.S.-led coalition that follows announcements from Spain, Honduras and the Dominican Republic that they plan to pull out.
Iraq's main oil terminal still closed after boat attacks, nearly 1 million barrels a day in sales lost - 4/25/04 9:25 AM
BAGHDAD (AP) -- Suicide boat bombings targeting the key oil industry have forced the closure of Iraq's biggest terminal, losing the country nearly 1 million barrels a day in exports, the oil minister said Sunday.
U.S. troops will likely move into parts of Najaf soon - 4/25/04 8:59 AM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops will likely enter parts of Najaf soon to clamp down on a radical Shiite cleric's rebel militia, but they will stay away from sensitive holy sites in the center of the city to avoid rousing religious outrage, a U.S. general said Sunday.
U.S. troops will likely move into parts of Najaf soon; U.S. patrols to begin in Fallujah - 4/25/04 7:10 AM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops will likely enter parts of Najaf soon in a move to clamp down on the rebel militia of a radical Shiite cleric but will stay away from sensitive holy sites in the center of the city to avoid rousing the anger of Shiites, a U.S general said Sunday.
Prime minister makes unannounced visit to troops in Iraq - 4/25/04 4:50 AM
SYDNEY, Australia (AP) -- Australian troops in Iraq got a surprise visit Sunday from Prime Minister John Howard, a trip that coincided with the country's main veterans' commemoration.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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