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Media Banned as Hundreds Protest for the Third
Day in Iraq
Fire on Protesters
MEDIA CONTROL AND PROPAGANDA
INTENSIFY IRAQI TYRANNY: US bans media from protests
US forces yesterday tried to stop the media from
covering a third day of anti-American protests by
Iraqis outside a hotel housing a US operations base,
according to a reporter at the scene.
military hampers media
search media's Baghdad hotel
US NEWS HEADLINES
soldiers' wives fight bitter battle of their own
"I know several wives of Marines with small children
who line up at churches for grocery handouts which are
the only way they can survive the month and feed and cloth
the baby," said military wife, Natalie Castro, 19
to decide on 'vigilante' probe
Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard will decide in
coming days whether to investigate citizen patrol groups
along the border, said his spokeswoman, after he met with
immigrant-rights activists yesterday in Tucson.
GLOBAL POLICE STATE
Police seek national crossbow ban
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against Syria gets louder
`Rogue nation' taking in Iraqi leaders, U.S. says
turns its sights on Syria
'A rogue nation': White House refuses to rule out expanding
to Syria: Just say 'whoa'
asks Syria again to come clean
Britain has again warned Syria today that it must quickly
answer charges that it has banned chemical weapons and
is harbouring fugitives from the ousted regime in neighbouring
Denies Having Chemical Weapons, Saddam Link
Rice urge quick action
NEW WORLD ORDER
SARS MYSTERY DISEASE OUTBREAK
600 told to stay in as SARS erupts
Religious group members placed in quarantine; Stringent
rules for hospital visitors to remain
couple, from Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, were
assisted to commit suicide by Dignitas, the Swiss
organisation that has aided the deaths of more
than 100 people from around the world.
Pakistan will go to any extent if attacked by India
"Tension between India and Pakistan is quite dangerous
because both are nuclear powers, and secondly when it
came to the sustenance and the defence of the country,
we would go to any extent..."
"Army helped terrorists
of Iraqis Protest Against US Occupation
Baghdad, April 15: Hundreds of Iraqi demonstrators
protested in central Baghdad today against the
presence of U.S. troops in their country, agency
reports said today.
delegates begin meeting on future of nation amid protests
fire on protesters: report
US troops opened fire on a crowd hostile to the new
pro-US governor in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul
today, killing at least 10 people and injuring as
many as 100
Major Combat Essentially Over in Iraq
fighters seen as threat to allied forces
Conventional military conflict in Iraq is nearly over,
but thousands of foreign fighters and supporters of
Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein remain in the country
and pose a danger to U.S. and allied forces, U.S.
officials said yesterday
policemen report for work
More than 2,000 Iraqi policemen reported for work
in Baghdad yesterday as efforts were made to curb
the looting and vandalism.
Iraqi police start joint patrols in Baghdad
blame looting, lawlessness on U.S.
allies 'also have weapons of mass destruction'
Among the nations believed to have WMD capability,
are states the US may not consider hostile - like
Israel, Egypt, Pakistan, India and Taiwan.
continues to raise secret deal claim
An Iranian news agency close to top conservative military
figures attributed the fall of Baghdad to a secret
tripartite agreement between Saddam Hussain, Russia
and the U.S.
regrouping in Afghanistan
Hakim Taniwal, the governor of Afghanistans
volatile eastern province of Khowst, told IRIN on
Friday that the countrys former hard line Islamist
Taliban rulers were regrouping in an effort to step
up anti-government militancy.
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