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Friday  October 29, 2004

Fate of missing Iraq weapons unresolved 10/29/2004, 7:55 p.m. PT
WASHINGTON (AP) The fate of up to 377 tons of high-grade explosives missing from an Iraqi depot remained unresolved a week after it became a hot issue in the presidential election. The Pentagon offered piecemeal information about operations at the base but was unable to say where the weapons went.
U.S. gearing up for Fallujah showdown 10/29/2004, 7:53 p.m. PT
NEAR FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) American forces are gearing up for a major operation in the insurgent bastion of Fallujah, where up to 5,000 Islamic militants, Saddam Hussein loyalists and common criminals are hunkered down, U.S. officers said Friday.
ElBaradei dismisses timing accusations 10/29/2004, 5:22 p.m. PT
UNITED NATIONS (AP) U.N. nuclear chief Mohamed ElBaradei on Friday dismissed as "total junk" accusations that he timed the release of an Iraqi report on the disappearance of 377 tons of high explosives to make it an issue in the U.S. presidential election.
Japan trying to identify slain hostage 10/29/2004, 5:05 p.m. PT
TOKYO (AP) A body found in Iraq resembles a Japanese civilian taken hostage by Islamic militants and threatened with death, but the Japanese government has not yet positively identified it, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said Saturday.
Fate of missing Iraq weapons unresolved 10/29/2004, 4:51 p.m. PT
WASHINGTON (AP) The fate of up to 377 tons of high-grade explosives missing from an Iraqi depot remained unresolved a week after it became a hot issue in the presidential election. The Pentagon offered piecemeal information about operations at the base but was unable to say where the weapons went.
Look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq 10/29/2004, 3:58 p.m. PT
(AP) As of Friday, Oct. 29, 2004, at least 1,111 members of the U.S. military have died since the beginning of the Iraq war in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count. At least 848 died as a result of hostile action, according to the Defense Department. The figures include three military civilians.
Fate of missing Iraq weapons unresolved 10/29/2004, 3:56 p.m. PT
WASHINGTON (AP) The fate of up to 377 tons of high-grade explosives missing from an Iraqi depot remained unresolved a week after it became a hot issue in the presidential election. The Pentagon offered piecemeal information about operations at the base but was unable to say where the weapons went.
U.S. gearing up for Fallujah showdown 10/29/2004, 3:47 p.m. PT
NEAR FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) American forces are gearing up for a major operation in the insurgent bastion of Fallujah, where up to 5,000 Islamic militants, Saddam Hussein loyalists and common criminals are hunkered down, U.S. officers said Friday.
ElBaradei dismisses timing accusations 10/29/2004, 3:16 p.m. PT
UNITED NATIONS (AP) U.N. nuclear chief Mohamed ElBaradei on Friday dismissed as "total junk" accusations that he timed the release of an Iraqi report on the disappearance of 377 tons of high explosives to make it an issue in the U.S. presidential election.
Japan trying to identify slain hostage 10/29/2004, 2:04 p.m. PT
TOKYO (AP) A body found in Iraq resembles a Japanese civilian taken hostage by Islamic militants and threatened with death, but the Japanese government has not yet positively identified it, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said Saturday.
Summary Box: Iraq's missing explosives 10/29/2004, 1:50 p.m. PT
(AP) THE LATEST: An Army unit removed 250 tons of ammunition from the Al-Qaqaa weapons depot in April 2003 and later destroyed them, the company's former commander said Friday. The Pentagon could not say whether the ammunition was part of the missing 377 tons of ordnance.
Lebanese boy freed by captors in Iraq 10/29/2004, 12:18 p.m. PT
BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) A 7-year-old Lebanese boy, the youngest known foreign kidnapping victim in Iraq, said Friday after his release that his captors lured him into a car as he walked home from school by telling him his father had been hurt in an accident.
Iraq to begin voter registration 10/29/2004, 10:42 a.m. PT
BAQOUBA, Iraq (AP) Twenty-five parties. Millions of voters. Twelve hours of balloting at sites ringed by layers of police and military guards.
British troops arrive at base near Baghdad 10/29/2004, 8:49 a.m. PT
LONDON (AP) Hundreds of British soldiers arrived at their base near Baghdad in a deployment aimed at provide cover for U.S. troops considering a new assault on Iraqi insurgents, the Ministry of Defense said Friday.
Lebanon: Kidnappers have freed boy in Iraq 10/29/2004, 8:47 a.m. PT
BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) Kidnappers have released a 7-year-old Lebanese boy after a week they grabbed him as he was walking home from school in Iraq, the Lebanese Foreign Ministry said Friday. It was not immediately clear if a ransom was paid.
Video may show explosives at Al-Qaqaa 10/29/2004, 8:44 a.m. PT
WASHINGTON (AP) Videotape shot by a Minnesota television crew traveling with U.S. troops in Iraq when they first opened the bunkers at the Al-Qaqaa munitions base nine days after the fall of Saddam Hussein shows what appeared to be high explosives still in barrels and bearing the markings of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Household survey sees 100,000 Iraqi deaths 10/29/2004, 6:56 a.m. PT
LONDON (AP) Researchers have estimated that as many as 100,000 more Iraqis many of them women and children died since the start of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq than would have been expected otherwise, based on the death rate before the war.
British troops arrive at base in Iraq 10/29/2004, 6:32 a.m. PT
LONDON (AP) Hundreds of British soldiers being deployed to provide cover for U.S. troops have arrived at their base near Baghdad, the Ministry of Defense said Friday.
TV video may show explosives at Al-Qaqaa 10/29/2004, 5:12 a.m. PT
WASHINGTON (AP) Videotape shot by a Minnesota television crew traveling with U.S. troops in Iraq when they first opened the bunkers at the Al-Qaqaa munitions base nine days after the fall of Saddam Hussein shows what appeared to be high explosives still in barrels and bearing the markings of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Video of executed Iraqi soldiers on Web 10/29/2004, 2:42 a.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) A militant group in Iraq posted a brutal scene on an Islamic militant Web site: the deaths of eleven Iraqi soldiers, executed one by one. The video was accompanied by a message warning all Iraqi police and soldiers to desert or face death.
Porous border helps Iranian smugglers 10/29/2004, 2:30 a.m. PT
HERGEINA, Iraq (AP) Kurdish Iranians in poor border towns are taking advantage of the porous boundary with Iraq to sneak into the country for coveted items like alcohol to sell back home.
TV video may show missing explosives 10/29/2004, 1:26 a.m. PT
WASHINGTON (AP) Videotape shot by a Minnesota television crew traveling with U.S. troops in Iraq when they first opened the bunkers at the Al-Qaqaa munitions base nine days after the fall of Saddam Hussein shows what appeared to be high explosives still in barrels and bearing the markings of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Household survey sees 100,000 Iraqi deaths 10/29/2004, 12:03 a.m. PT
LONDON (AP) Researchers have estimated that as many as 100,000 more Iraqis many of them women and children died since the start of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq than would have been expected otherwise, based on the death rate before the war.

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