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Tuesday  June 29, 2004

Three Turkish hostages reported freed by militants in Iraq - 6/29/04 8:17 PM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- Insurgents in Iraq freed three Turkish hostages Tuesday, Turkey's foreign minister said, and two other Turkish captives reportedly told their families they would soon be released.
A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq - 6/29/04 7:20 PM
As of Tuesday, June 29, 853 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq last year, according to the Defense Department. Of those, 632 died as a result of hostile action and 221 died of non-hostile causes.
Saddam due in court Thursday _ starting the long journey toward a war crimes trial - 6/29/04 6:23 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqis and the world will get their first glimpse of Saddam Hussein since his capture in December when he and 11 of his top lieutenants are brought to court Thursday to face war crimes charges likely to include the 1988 chemical weapons massacre of Kurds and the 1990 invasion of Kuwai ...
Three Turkish hostages reported freed by militants in Iraq - 6/29/04 6:22 PM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- Insurgents in Iraq freed three Turkish hostages Tuesday, Turkey's foreign minister said, and two other Turkish captives reportedly told their families they would soon be released.
Iraq's new ambassador says Baathists are welcome in her country's politics - 6/29/04 5:29 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The incoming Iraqi ambassador laid out a welcome mat to members of Saddam Hussein's Baath Party Tuesday even though "they may not be perfect democrats."
Pressed for manpower, Army will recall thousands of former soldiers to active duty - 6/29/04 4:57 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Digging deeper for help in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Army is recalling to active duty about 5,600 people who recently left the service and still have a reserve obligation.
Correction: Iraq-cheap gas story - 6/29/04 3:57 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- In a June 5 story about cheap gasoline in Iraq, The Associated Press reported erroneously that U.S. taxpayers paid more than $500 million in subsidies to ensure low fuel prices for Iraqis.
Iraq's first full day after restoration of sovereignty _ just another day - 6/29/04 3:51 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- It was a pretty standard Baghdad day -- strong explosions in the wee hours, a fatal roadside bombing and a fresh episode in the grim drama of hostage-taking.
Pressed for manpower, Army will recall thousands of retired, discharged soldiers - 6/29/04 3:50 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Digging deeper for help in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Army is preparing for an involuntary recall to active duty of about 5,600 civilians who have either retired or were discharged after previous service.
Roadside bomb kills first U.S. troops since sovereignty handover - 6/29/04 3:11 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb ripped through a U.S. military convoy Tuesday, killing three Marines and providing graphic evidence that the formal end of the U.S. occupation has not halted attacks on American forces in Iraq.
U.S. spent Iraq money faster than its own, report says - 6/29/04 1:18 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The United States spent far more of Iraq's money than its own in the first year of reconstruction, according to a new congressional report.
Father of American beheaded in Iraq calls handover a sham - 6/29/04 12:02 PM
LONDON (AP) -- The father of an American beheaded in Iraq said Tuesday the handover of sovereignty there was a sham and accused President Bush of causing immense pain to thousands of people by going to war.
Pressed for manpower, Army will tap into reserve of former military members - 6/29/04 11:54 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Army is preparing to notify about 5,600 retired and discharged soldiers who are not members of the National Guard or Reserve that they will be involuntarily recalled to active duty for possible service in Iraq or Afghanistan, Army officials said Tuesday.
Iraqi prime minister: Saddam to face charges in Iraqi court this week - 6/29/04 11:44 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Saddam Hussein will be transferred to Iraqi legal custody and face charges in an Iraqi court this week -- but he won't go on trial for months and he will stay in a U.S.-run jail because the country doesn't have a suitable prison, the prime minister said Tuesday.
California mother encourages media coverage of arrival of coffin of dead soldier son - 6/29/04 11:38 AM
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- The mother of a soldier killed in Iraq invited news coverage of the arrival of her son's flag-draped casket at Sacramento International Airport.
Ambassadors from U.S., Australia, Denmark present credentials to new government - 6/29/04 9:53 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Ambassadors from the United States, Australia and Denmark presented credentials to President Ghazi al-Yawer on Tuesday, marking the restoration of diplomatic relations between Iraq and the three coalition countries.
Arrest warrants issued for 12 top Iraqi suspects - 6/29/04 9:51 AM
The Iraqi Special Tribunal has announced arrest and detention warrants for 12 prominent figures already in U.S. custody.
Militants reportedly kill U.S. soldier held since April; three Turks freed - 6/29/04 9:39 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqi militants released three Turkish hostages Tuesday, shortly after another group of kidnappers claimed to have executed an American soldier captured nearly three months ago.
Three Marines killed in first fatal post-sovereignty attack - 6/29/04 8:47 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb killed three U.S. Marines and wounded two others Tuesday in the first fatal attack on American forces since the transfer of sovereignty to an interim Iraqi government, U.S. officials said.
Roadside bomb kills three U.S. troops in first major attack since sovereignty transfer - 6/29/04 7:23 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb rocked a military convoy in southeast Baghdad on Tuesday, killing three U.S. Marines and wounding two others in the first fatal attack on American forces since they transferred sovereignty to an interim Iraqi government.
Iraq's prime minister says Saddam Hussein to be transferred Wednesday - 6/29/04 7:16 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's Prime Minister Iyad Allawi declared that Saddam Hussein will be transferred to Iraqi legal custody on Wednesday and will face charges before an Iraqi court the next day.
Report: Militants kill U.S. soldier held captive since April; three Turks freed - 6/29/04 7:02 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqi militants released three Turkish hostages Tuesday, shortly after another group of kidnappers claimed to have executed an American soldier captured nearly three months ago.
Roadside bomb hits U.S. convoy in first major attack since sovereignty transfer - 6/29/04 6:30 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb rocked a military convoy in southeast Baghdad on Tuesday and killed three U.S. troops, an Iraqi national guardsman said, in the first major attack on American forces since they transferred sovereignty in Iraq to an interim government.
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"We have kept our word" to deliver freedom and a new government to the Iraqi people, Bush said at an appearance with British Prime Minister Tony Blair during a NATO summit here.
Explosion detonates near U.S. military convoy - 6/29/04 6:13 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb detonated near a U.S. military convoy in a residential neighborhood in southeast Baghdad on Tuesday and killed three U.S. service members, an Iraqi national guardsman said.
Al-Jazeera says militant group releasing three Turkish hostages - 6/29/04 5:56 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- An extremist group responsible for beheading two foreign hostages has freed three Turkish captives it held in Iraq, Turkey's foreign minister said Tuesday.
Amid power transfer, Arab language station says militants kill American soldier - 6/29/04 3:48 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Militants shot an American soldier held hostage in the back of the head saying the killing was because of U.S. government policy in Iraq, Al-Jazeera television said Tuesday, hours after Washington transferred sovereignty in Iraq to an interim government.
Iraqi militants kill U.S. soldier, Arab TV says, as Washington hands sovereignty to interim government - 6/29/04 2:40 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Militants shot an American hostage in the back of the head saying they killed the soldier because of U.S. policy in Iraq, Al-Jazeera television said Tuesday, hours after Washington transferred sovereignty in Iraq to an interim government.
Roadside bomb targets senior police official in Kirkuk, one killed - 6/29/04 2:00 AM
KIRKUK, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb exploded as a senior Kurdish police official was heading to work on Tuesday, killing one of this guards and wounding him, police said.
Shiites are biggest winners from U.S. occupation, but challenges lay ahead - 6/29/04 1:28 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- More than any other community, Iraq's majority Shiites have benefited from the now-ended American occupation. But the community faces many challenges, some arising from internal divisions, others from its association with the Americans.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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