Wednesday, November 05, 2003

Iraq war news
U.S. Revises Iraq Copter Death Toll to 15: "Fifteen U.S. soldiers were killed in Sunday's Chinook helicopter shoot-down in Iraq, not 16 as widely reported, the Pentagon said Tuesday. (AP)"

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U.S. Faces Troop Pressure As Turkey Balks: "In a major setback to U.S. efforts to attract military help in Iraq, a Turkish official said Tuesday his country won't send peacekeeping troops without a significant change in the situation there. That makes it virtually certain the United States will have to send thousands more U.S. reservists early next year. (AP)"

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Bush: Saddam 'Trying to Stir Up Trouble': "Facing rising casualties in Iraq, President Bush said Tuesday that Saddam Hussein is "trying to stir up trouble" for the American-led occupation but vowed that the United States will track him down. (AP)"

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UN Iraq envoy, security chief put on leave: "The UN's top envoy in Iraq and its global security chief have been relieved of their duties pending a review of security lapses before the August bombing of UN headquarters in Baghdad, a spokesman said. (AFP)"

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Three Killed In Baghdad Attack: "Nov. 4 -Guerrillas fired mortars into the Baghdad neighborhood that houses the U.S.-led occupation headquarters, wounding three people Tuesday."

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Baghdad blasts wound three coalition members: "Three members of the US-led coalition in Iraq, probably Americans, were wounded in three explosions in Baghdad, US Defence Department officials said. (AFP)"

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Egyptian Students Protest Iraq War: "More than 3,000 university students on Tuesday held Egypt's largest protest since the end of major fighting in Iraq, denouncing the U.S. occupation of Iraq and Israeli policies toward the Palestinians. (AP)"

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US vows to improve Iraq security: "The US deputy defence secretary says continuing violence threatens American-led efforts to rebuild Iraq."

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Where The Wounded Go: "Since the war started, a busy military hospital in Germany has treated more than 7,700 U.S. troops wounded in Iraq. And, as CBS News' Mark Phillips reports, the casualty rates haven't fallen off ? they just keep coming."

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Marines Win Top Unit Award for Iraq Fight: "The Navy has awarded its highest unit honor to the Marines who invaded Iraq, pushed north to Baghdad and helped Army troops liberate the capital. (AP)"

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Death rate of Iraq mothers triples, UN survey finds: "The number of women in Iraq who die of pregnancy and childbirth has almost tripled since 1989 according to a new survey, the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) said. (AFP)"

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Iraqi judge probing former regime officials killed in Mosul: "A judge investigating members of Saddam Hussein's ousted regime was shot dead in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, in the second such killing in as many days, police said. (AFP)"

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Another anti-Saddam judge shot dead in Iraq: "An Iraqi judge tasked with investigating officials of the ousted regime of president Saddam Hussein was shot dead in the northern city of Mosul, in the second such killing in 24 hours, Iraqi police said. (AFP)"

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