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Monday  April 25, 2005

U.S. weapons inspector finishes Iraq work 4/25/2005, 7:26 p.m. PT
WASHINGTON (AP) In his final word, the CIA's top weapons inspector in Iraq said Monday that the hunt for weapons of mass destruction has "gone as far as feasible" and has found nothing, closing an investigation into the purported programs of Saddam Hussein that were used to justify the 2003 invasion.
Sunnis drop demand for Iraq's new Cabinet 4/25/2005, 6:48 p.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) Sunni Muslim politicians dropped their demand Monday to include former members of Saddam Hussein's party in Iraq's new Cabinet in a bid to get more ministries. The Sunni minority is believed to be the backbone of the insurgency and many blame the impasse in forming a new government for a resurgence in violence.
U.S. weapons inspector finishes Iraq work 4/25/2005, 5:04 p.m. PT
WASHINGTON (AP) In his final word, the CIA's top weapons inspector in Iraq said Monday that the hunt for weapons of mass destruction has "gone as far as feasible" and has found nothing, closing an investigation into the purported programs of Saddam Hussein that were used to justify the 2003 invasion.
U.S. weapons inspector finishes Iraq work 4/25/2005, 4:21 p.m. PT
WASHINGTON (AP) In his final report, the CIA's top weapons inspector in Iraq said Monday that the hunt for weapons of mass destruction has gone "as far as feasible" and has found nothing, closing an 18-month investigation into the purported programs of Saddam Hussein that were used to justify the 2003 invasion.
Sunnis drop demand for Iraq's new Cabinet 4/25/2005, 3:41 p.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) Sunni Muslim politicians dropped their demand Monday to include former members of Saddam Hussein's party in Iraq's new Cabinet in a bid to get more ministries. The Sunni minority is believed to be the backbone of the insurgency and many blame the impasse in forming a new government for a resurgence in violence.
A daily look at military deaths in Iraq 4/25/2005, 2:25 p.m. PT
(AP) As of Monday, April 25, 2005, at least 1,569 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 1,192 died as a result of hostile action, according to the Defense Department. The figures include four military civilians.
Rafsanjani likely to run in Iran elections 4/25/2005, 1:44 p.m. PT
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) Iran's powerful former president Hashemi Rafsanjani, a relative moderate, said Monday he will almost certainly run for president in June elections making him the leading contender in a race that hard-liners are hoping will cement their hold.
Newsview: Bad news in Iraq pushing U.S. 4/25/2005, 1:22 p.m. PT
WASHINGTON (AP) Rising casualties, well-coordinated rebel attacks and the failure of Iraqi politicians to form a new government are pushing U.S. leaders toward a more active role in Iraqi politics. The recent surge in violence suggests a hands-off approach may not be enough and democracy in Iraq is still an open question.
Iraqis try again to form new government 4/25/2005, 5:50 a.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) Iraqi politicians tried again Monday to end a nearly three-month deadlock over forming a new transitional government, and the death toll from well-coordinated car bombings targeting police and civilians in Saddam Hussein's hometown and Baghdad rose to 29.
Iraqi politicians discuss new Cabinet 4/25/2005, 4:15 a.m. PT
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) Iraqi politicians on Monday again tried to end a deadlock over the formation of the country's new transitional government, and the death toll from two well-coordinated militant attacks against Iraqi police and civilians rose to 29.

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