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Tuesday, October 19, 2004


U.S. Forces Bomb Falluja, Release Police: "U.S. forces freed the police chief ofthe rebel-held city of Falluja on Tuesday after warplanesbombed what the military said were houses and arms dumps usedby America's top enemy in Iraq. (Reuters)"

In Yahoo! News: War with Iraq

Saboteurs hit pipeline in northern Iraq in Katu.com: Iraq & Terror

IRAQ: Schools in need of basic facilities face overcrowding - UNICEF: "BASRA, 19 Oct 2004 (IRIN) - Thousands of schools across Iraq are still in need of major rehabilitation and basic facilities, while the southern governorates are facing overcrowding problems in their classrooms, a report by the Iraqi Ministry of Education (MoE) and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has revealed."

In IRIN: Iraq Crisis

Bush Interview in Katu.com: Iraq & Terror

US soldier's non-combat death raises toll to 1,100 (AFP): "AFP - The body of a US soldier was found in his living quarters in the eastern Iraqi province of Diyala, raising the American death toll in the country to 1,100, according to an official Pentagon tally."

In Yahoo! News: Iraq

US commander Franks denies hunt for bin Laden was 'outsourced' (AFP): "AFP - A former commander of US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan has denied a claim by Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry that US troop had "oursourced" the hunt for Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan's eastern border region of Tora Bora in the wake of the September 11 attacks."

In Yahoo! News: Iraq

Iraq's Allawi Grows in Confidence (AP): "AP - In an hour-long appearance, Prime Minister Ayad Allawi shook many hands, let out hearty laughs, bear hugged some and then got down to business, giving a keynote address that lasted 20 minutes and fielding questions for another 40."

In Yahoo! News: Iraq

Marines Vent Frustration in Western Iraq: "The sound of the Black Hawk medical helicopter is an ominous sign for the Marines patrolling this forgotten western corner of Iraq that borders Syria. It means that one of them is seriously wounded or killed by their elusive enemy. (AP)"

In Yahoo! News: War with Iraq

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