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  • April 12, 2004  

    Following military reports saying insurgents are withdrawing from key Iraqi cities Monday, Ray Suarez discusses the latest developments with New York Times Baghdad bureau chief John Burns. Continue reading

  • April 9, 2004   BY Admin 

    Two U.S. soldiers were killed Friday in Iraq, as violence continued to escalate between U.S. led forces and Sunni and Shiite insurgents on the one-year anniversary of the fall of Baghdad. Continue reading

  • April 9, 2004   BY Admin 

    A surge of kidnappings of foreign workers in Iraq continued Friday with insurgents claiming they seized four Italians and two Americans on the outskirts of Baghdad. Continue reading

  • April 9, 2004  

    Militias loyal to Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr retained control of the southern Iraqi cities of Najaf and Kufa today, but coalition forces took back Kut and asked for a truce in Fallujah. Kwame Holman reports a roundup of the today’s battles in Iraq. Continue reading

  • April 8, 2004   BY Admin 

    Iraqi insurgents kidnapped eight South Koreans, three Japanese and two Arab Israelis in separate incidents Thursday, and militants threatened to burn the Japanese alive if Tokyo does not withdraw from the U.S.-led coalition within three days. Continue reading

  • April 8, 2004  

    Iraqi insurgents kidnapped eight South Koreans, three Japanese and two Arab Israelis in separate incidents Thursday. Militants threatened to burn the Japanese alive if Tokyo does not withdraw its troops from Iraq. Margaret Warner gets an update on the violence in Iraq from New York Times reporter Jeffrey Gettleman. Continue reading

  • April 7, 2004   BY Admin 

    U.S. Marines fired rockets into a mosque compound in Fallujah Wednesday, killing at least 40 people, witnesses said, in day three of the campaign to root out militants in the Sunni Muslim stronghold. Continue reading

  • April 7, 2004  

    Attacks by insurgents spread to least ten cities across Iraq Wednesday, leading top defense officials to say that some U.S. troops may have to stay in the region longer. Jim Lehrer gets perspectives on how to quell the continued insurgent uprisings in Iraq from four military experts. Continue reading

  • April 7, 2004  

    Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Richard Myers answer questions from reporters about U.S. military’s operations in Iraq. Continue reading

  • April 7, 2004  

    Guerilla warfare spread to least ten cities across Iraq today. Gwen Ifill discusses the latest flashpoints with Los Angeles Times reporter Tony Perry, who is embedded with U.S. Marines in Fallujah. Continue reading