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Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Iraq War News
Iraq British URGENT in Katu.com: Iraq & Terror

Kin of Slain Troops Harden Political Views (AP): "AP - In the year and a half since her son died in Iraq, Arlene Walters has transformed her living room into a shrine."

In Yahoo! News: Iraq

British troops in southern Iraq start heading north (AFP): "AFP - A battle group of British troops in southern Iraq started to move northwards on a US-requested mission to more dangerous areas nearer Baghdad, an AFP reporter said."

In Yahoo! News: Iraq

British military begins deployment in Iraq: "Some 800 British forces, accompanied by U.S. Marines, began making their way toward Baghdad on Wednesday as part of a redeployment ahead of an expected coalition offensive against insurgent strongholds."

In Seattle Post-Intelligencer: War on Iraq

Iraq PM: US-led military negligent in recruit massacre, Japan refuses troop withdrawal (AFP): "AFP - Iraq's prime minister accused the US-led military of negligence in the massacre of 49 unarmed Iraqi soldiers, and Japan refused to withdraw its troops from Iraq following a kidnapping."

In Yahoo! News: Iraq

Al-Qaqaa Spokesman Says No Weapons Search: "One of the first U.S. military units to reach the Al-Qaqaa military installation south of Baghdad after the invasion of Iraq did not have orders to search for the nearly 400 tons of explosives that are missing from the site, the unit spokesman said Tuesday. (AP)"

In Yahoo! News: War with Iraq

Independent probe sought in Abu Ghraib case: "LONDON (AP) - Amnesty International on Wednesday renewed its call for the United States to set up an independent investigation of the abuse of prisoners in Afghanistan, at Guantanamo Bay and at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq."

In Fresno Bee: Iraq

Iraq group 'seizes Japan citizen': "Japan's prime minister rejects Iraqi militants' demands for a troop pullout after a Japanese man is seized."

In BBC: Conflict with Iraq (UK Edition)

Pentagon mulls Iraq troop boost: "The US is considering sending more troops to Iraq in the run-up to January election, the Pentagon confirms."

In BBC: Conflict with Iraq

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