These Are Only AP Headers For Articles Published. These are manually updated by me. If you wish to read the complete article, use the header title/information to do a web search.

Some Headlines Of Today

Friday  July 9, 2004

AP Interview: Human rights minister faces big task in violence-torn Iraq - 7/9/04 9:07 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's new human rights minister may be the most potent symbol of postwar Iraq: a member of a long-oppressed minority who has a unique opportunity to prove that Iraqis can put aside ethnic and religious rivalries to come together as a nation.
Bulgaria and the Philippines insist they won't back down to demands of hostage takers - 7/9/04 9:00 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Two mortar shells targeting a hotel housing foreigners in the capital hit a house instead Friday night, killing a child and wounding three others. A third mortar hit a nearby road, causing no damage.
Blair braces for potentially damaging report on Iraqi intelligence - 7/9/04 8:04 PM
LONDON (AP) -- An inquiry into the quality of British intelligence has concluded that claims that Saddam Hussein's Iraq could rapidly launch chemical or biological attacks were "poorly sourced and vague," a newspaper reported Friday.
Army private accused in Iraq prison abuse scandal facing additional charges - 7/9/04 7:59 PM
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- An Army private accused of abusing Iraqis at Abu Ghraib prison faces more charges -- this time for participating in sexually explicit photos, none involving Iraqis.
A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq - 7/9/04 5:46 PM
As of Friday, July 9, 875 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq last year, according to the Defense Department. Of those, 651 died as a result of hostile action and 224 died of non-hostile causes.
Senate report offers backing for claim Iraq sought uranium in Africa - 7/9/04 5:05 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A Senate report criticizing false CIA claims that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction at the same time provides support for an assertion the White House repudiated: that Iraq sought to buy uranium in Africa.
Some militant and Islamic extremist groups operating in Iraq - 7/9/04 4:10 PM
The following is a sampling of militant and Islamic extremist groups in Iraq. Some have claimed responsibility for beheadings and car bombings; others have only released Internet statements and threatening videos. U.S. officials and analysts have been unable to pinpoint their number, largely because many d ...
Mortar shells hit house in central Baghdad - 7/9/04 2:51 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Two mortar shells hit a house in central Baghdad on Friday night, wounding three people, including a child, police said.
Mortar shells hit house in central Baghdad - 7/9/04 2:51 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Two mortar shells hit a house in central Baghdad on Friday night, wounding three people, including a child, police said.
Iraqi security woes offer fertile ground for smorgasbord of upstart militant groups - 7/9/04 2:51 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Mohammed Jaber thought "kidnappers" when he saw masked men brandishing weapons on television. But when they demanded Jordanian militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi leave Iraq or die, he laughed, assuming this group of vigilantes worked at the bidding of the interim government.
Bulgaria and the Philippines insist they won't back down to demands of hostage takers - 7/9/04 1:56 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Bulgaria and the Philippines stood fast in the face of insurgents' threats to kill their citizens taken hostage in Iraq, refusing on Friday to pull out troops or to pressure the United States to free Iraqi detainees.
Prosecutors want orders to preserve secret documents in Afghan beating case - 7/9/04 1:48 PM
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Federal prosecutors worry that classified documents could become public during the trial of a CIA contractor charged in the beating of an Afghan prisoner who later died and they want a hearing on the matter before any trial.
Explosions heard in central Baghdad - 7/9/04 1:43 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Explosions rocked central Baghdad near a mosque on Friday. The cause of the blasts was not immediately clear
Bulgaria, Philippines unbowed after nationals kidnapped in Iraq - 7/9/04 12:13 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Bulgaria and the Philippines insisted Friday they would not be cowed by terrorists after insurgents captured and threatened to kill their nationals in Iraq, the latest kidnappings in the country.
Soldier in prisoner abuse case faces more charges - 7/9/04 10:05 AM
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- An Army private accused of abusing Iraqis at Abu Ghraib prison faces more charges of committing indecent acts, but none of the new charges involves Iraqi citizens or detainees, the Army said Friday.
U.S. lawyer for Saddam Hussein seeking Supreme Court intervention - 7/9/04 9:35 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Attorney Curtis F.J. Doebbler has made an unusual appeal to the Supreme Court on behalf of an unlikely client -- Saddam Hussein.
Bulgaria, Philippines unbowed after nationals kidnapped in Iraq - 7/9/04 8:10 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Bulgaria and the Philippines insisted Friday they would not be cowed by terrorists after insurgents captured and threatened to kill their nationals in Iraq, the latest hostage takings in the country.
Federal authorities seek to seal evidence in CIA contractor trial - 7/9/04 6:24 AM
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- Federal prosecutors want a judge to review -- and possibly block -- sensitive information in the trial of a CIA contractor accused of beating an Afghan detainee who later died.
U.S. lawyer for Saddam Hussein seeking Supreme Court intervention - 7/9/04 2:41 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Attorney Curtis F.J. Doebbler has made an unusual appeal to the Supreme Court on behalf of an unlikely client -- Saddam Hussein.
AP Exclusive: Iraqi insurgency led by angry Sunnis, believed larger than once thought - 7/9/04 2:20 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Contrary to U.S. government claims, the insurgency in Iraq is led by well-armed Sunnis angry about losing power, not foreign fighters, and is far larger than previously thought, American military officials say.
U.S. soldier dies from wounds sustained in attack by insurgents - 7/9/04 1:05 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. soldier has died from wounds sustained in an insurgent attack on his patrol, the U.S. military command said Friday.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

HOME

Copyright 2014  Q Madp  PO Box 86888  Portland OR 97286-0888  www.OurWarHeroes.org