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Some Headlines Of Today

Friday  July 30, 2004

Purported kidnappers of four Jordanians say they will free them after anti-US demonstration - 7/30/04 11:13 PM
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) -- The kidnappers of four Jordanians in Iraq have promised to release them Saturday because their relatives and fellow truck drivers staged an anti-American demonstration as demanded of them, the brother of a hostage said late Friday.
A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq - 7/30/04 8:37 PM
As of Friday, July 30, 909 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq in March 2003, according to the Defense Department. Of those, 674 died as a result of hostile action and 235 died of non-hostile causes.
U.S.-led coalition would be reduced should Muslim troops move in - 7/30/04 6:26 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Muslim countries being sounded out by Saudi Arabia about sending troops to Iraq want a sizable reduction in U.S. and other coalition troops as part of any agreement.
Fierce firefight between Marines and insurgents in Fallujah kills 13 Iraqis, wounds 14 others - 7/30/04 5:42 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Marines battled Iraqi insurgents for hours in the volatile city of Fallujah, killing 13 Iraqis and wounding 14 others in a series of gunfights, mortar barrages and airstrikes, local officials said Friday.
Powell promises to speed reconstruction aid to Iraq - 7/30/04 4:14 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Secretary of State Colin Powell said Friday the United States will speed delivery to Iraq of billions of dollars in reconstruction aid that the Congress approved last year.
NATO agrees to begin training Iraqi forces - 7/30/04 2:16 PM
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) -- NATO nations agreed Friday to begin training Iraqi forces, a NATO official said. No details of the agreement were immediately available.
NATO tries to overcome French objections to U.S. command of NATO training force for Iraqis - 7/30/04 1:52 PM
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) -- NATO nations agreed Friday to begin training Iraqi forces, a NATO official said.
Secretary of State Powell arrives in Baghdad for talks with Iraqi president - 7/30/04 1:19 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Secretary of State Colin Powell promised Iraqi leaders Friday that the United States will speed up spending to rebuild the country's infrastructure and create jobs, and said doing so will help make Iraq safer.
U.S. authorities didn't keep track of Iraq reconstruction spending, audit says - 7/30/04 11:22 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. authorities in Baghdad spent hundreds of millions of Iraqi dollars without keeping good enough records to show whether they got some services and products they paid for, government investigators said.
Secretary of State Powell arrives in Baghdad for talks with Iraqi president - 7/30/04 9:34 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Secretary of State Colin Powell promised Iraqi leaders Friday that the United States will speed up spending to rebuild the country's infrastructure and create jobs, and said doing so will help make Iraq safer.
Fighting in Fallujah kills 13; Powell makes unannounced trip to Baghdad - 7/30/04 9:31 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Fierce fighting between U.S. Marines backed by fighter aircraft and insurgents using small arms and mortars killed 13 Iraqis in Fallujah overnight, and Secretary of State Colin Powell made an unannounced visit to Baghdad on Friday.
NATO tries to overcome French objections to U.S. command of training force for Iraqis - 7/30/04 9:02 AM
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) -- NATO officials hoped to wrap up a deal Friday to begin training missions for Iraqi forces, despite strong French objections to Washington's demand that the commander be an American.
Fighting in Fallujah kills 13, wounds 14 others as Powell makes unannounced trip to Baghdad - 7/30/04 7:59 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Marines backed by fighter jets fought a fierce battle with insurgents in Fallujah on Friday, killing 13 Iraqis and wounding 14 others, as Secretary of State Colin Powell made an unannounced visit to Baghdad.
Fallujah attacks kill some 13 people, hostage given hours to live - 7/30/04 6:35 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Fighting between U.S. forces and Iraqi insurgents in the turbulent city of Fallujah killed some 13 people, officials said, while a kidnapped truck driver was given just hours to live unless the company he works for pulls out of the country.
Militant group threatens attack against Arab countries that join security force for Iraq - 7/30/04 4:10 AM
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- A little-known militant group threatened to attack any Arab country that sends troops to help stabilize Iraq, hours after the leaders of several nations indicated they were seriously considering a Saudi proposal for a Muslim security force to help the interim Iraqi government.
U.S. authorities didn't keep track of Iraq reconstruction spending, audit says - 7/30/04 3:22 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. authorities in Baghdad spent hundreds of millions of Iraqi dollars without keeping good enough records to show whether they got some services and products they paid for, government investigators said.

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