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One worker at al-Jazeera TV team in Iraq killed by the American forces
Al-Jazeera TV in Qatar yesterday announced the death of one of its workers in al-Jazeera team in Baghdad who was killed by shots of American bullets while the team was picturing the clashes between the occupation forces and members of al-Mahdi army in Kerbalaa city on late Thursday evening.
Qatar-Iraq, Politics, 5/22/2004
Huge Lebanese march in solidarity with the Iraqis
More than half a million Lebanese people took to the streets on Friday in the southern suburb of the Lebanese capital to express solidarity with the Iraqi and Palestinian peoples.
Lebanon-Iraq, Politics, 5/22/2004
Five Iraqis killed, 27 wounded in violent confrontations in Najaf
Five Iraqis were killed and other 27 wounded during violent confrontations that took place yesterday in Najaf city where fighting were renewed between al-Mahdi army members of the Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sader and the American occupation forces.
Iraq, Politics, 5/22/2004
One American was killed, al-Sader calls for continued resistance
In his Friday's sermon, the Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sader called on his supporters at al-Kofa mosque to continue fighting against the occupation forces even if he is killed or detained.
Iraq-USA, Military, 5/22/2004
Ukrainian for a UN role in Iraq
Iraq-Ukraine, Politics, 5/22/2004
Washington gives up one of its closest partners in occupation: breaking into Ahmad al-Chalabi home
It seemed yesterday that the US decided to give up the chairman of the Iraqi National Congress, Ahmad al-Chalabi, its closest partner to the occupation of Iraq, when its forces broke into his home in support of the Iraqi security forces and two of his party offices.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 5/21/2004
Continued clashes in Najaf, Karbala
News reports in Najaf said that violent confrontations erupted between the American occupation forces and members of al-Mahdi army which belongs to the Shiite Clergy Muqtada al-Sader. The news reports said that the clashes took place in the area situated between " 20th revolution" and Wadi al-Salam cemetery at the northern entrance of the city.
Iraq, Politics, 5/21/2004
Khaddam confers with Iraqi delegation on developments
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 5/21/2004
Five killed in Karbala, Blair supports a sovereign state
Five persons were killed and other 9 injured in confrontations between al-Mahdi army which belongs to the Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sader and the occupation forces in Karbala.
Iraq, Politics, 5/20/2004
Unidentified group claims responsibility fir the assassination of Salim, world wide condemnation for the attack
An unidentified Iraqi group calling itself the Arab resistance movement - al-Rashid group, claimed responsibility for the assassination of the rotating President of the Interim council in Iraq Ezz eddine Salim also known as Abd al-Zahra Othman, in a booby trapped car explosion that targeted his procession in Baghdad. The governing council announced three-day mourning over the killing.
Iraq, Politics, 5/18/2004
King Abdullah: we do not have the right to send forces to Iraq
The Jordanian King Abdullah II stressed in the closing ceremony of the world economic forum in al-Shouna in Jordan that the international community faces the challenge of finding solutions for the Palestinian issue and the future of Iraq, while the Israeli foreign minister Silvan Shalom seized the opportunity of taking part in the final session of the forum in order to defend demolishing the houses of the Palestinian in Gaza and to launch a campaign against the Palestinian authority.
Jordan-Iraq, Politics, 5/18/2004
In conference on reform in Kuwait, Zeibari accuses Gulf states of encouraging violence in Iraq
The Iraqi foreign minister Hoshyar Zeibari accused certain states in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) of interfering in the internal affairs of Iraq and encouraging violence in order to disseminate instability in the country.
Iraq-Gulf, Politics, 5/17/2004
Falluja maintains solidarity with al-Sader, ten Iraqis killed in battles in Baghdad, the south
Scores of Iraqis were killed during the two past days in fighting they launched with the occupation forces in Baghdad and cities of southern Iraq, especially al-Nasereyah, Karbala and al-Amara, at a time when a cautious calm prevailed al-Najaf city, where a delegation representing Falluja scholars met with the Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sader and voiced solidarity with him.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 5/17/2004
Bush, Blair head for Baghdad
Iraq-USA, Politics, 5/17/2004
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