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The Guardian: 100,000 Iraqis had been killed by coalition troops
Downing Street yesterday challenged a study claiming that 100,000 Iraqis had been killed by coalition troops since the invasion, as anti-war politicians reacted with horror to the figure
Iraq, Politics, 10/30/2004
The first visit for an Iraqi president, Elyawer in Kuwait today
The Iraqi President Ghazi ElYawer starts today an official visit to Kuwait which will last for two days. It is the first for an Iraqi President in the modern history of the two neighboring states.
Iraq-Kuwait, Politics, 10/30/2004
Developments in Falluja, the question of hostages
The Japanese deputy foreign minister yesterday announced in Amman that he cannot confirm the killing of the Japanese hostage in Iraq, Shusi Koda, and the body found by the American forces will be examined.
Iraq, Military, 10/30/2004
Clashes in al-Ramadi, two Iraqi police men killed, American wounded
Two Iraqi police men were killed and other six injured including two American soldiers in clashes in al-Ramadi to the west of Iraq on Friday evening. Witnesses said that these clashes erupted in the west quarters of the city which have been witnessing an escalation as two persons were killed and 8 injured, three of them were American marines on Thursday.
Iraq, Military, 10/30/2004
Criticism US policy in Iraq
British journalist and writer Patrick Seale on Friday said US President George W Bush's policy of combating terrorism have implied a political error in its tents and led to isolate America and to increase hatred towards it.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 10/30/2004
Al-Faisal calls for more forces in Iraq
The Saudi ambassador in Britain, Prince Turkey al-Faisal, said that the foreign forces working in Iraq are not enough to withstand what he called foreign terrorists who continue to flow into Iraq since the invasion led by Washington in April 2003.
Saudi Arabia-Iraq, Politics, 10/29/2004
Polish hostage, 11 Iraqi police men executed in Iraq
One Polish woman has joined the group of other foreigners kidnapped in Iraq after a video tape broadcast by al-Jazeera TV showed an armed group while detaining what it called one Polish woman working for the American forces, calling for releasing her and the pull out of all Polish forces from Iraq.
Iraq, Local, 10/29/2004
Two American soldiers killed in Iraq
Two American soldiers were killed and other three injured in two separate attacks. One in an explosion in southern Baghdad and the second in Balad town to the north of the capital.
Iraq-USA, Military, 10/29/2004
One Iraqi diplomat killed, Tokyo forms a crisis cell
The Japanese prime minister refused to withdraw his forces deployed in Iraq in response to demands by al-Jihad al-Qaida group in Mesopotamia ( former al-Tawhid Wal Jihad) group for releasing one Japanese hostage it holds. But Tokyo announced the formation of a crisis cell with the aim of dealing with this issue.
Iraq, Local, 10/28/2004
Three Iraqis were killed in Falluja, London studies hostage's request
The American army killed three persons today at dawn in a raid launched by its warplanes against al-Golan quarters in Falluja to the west of Baghdad.
Iraq, Military, 10/28/2004
Al-Zarqawi group kidnaps one Japanese
The organization of "Qaida al-Jihad in the Mesopotamia" which is led by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi said it had kidnapped one member of the Japanese forces in Iraq and threatened to execute him if Tokyo will not withdraw its forces from Iraq within 48 hours.
Iraq, Local, 10/27/2004
Three killed in Baqouba, American forces prepare to invade Falluja
It seems that the American forces are preparing for an expanded military operation against Falluja city to the west of Baghdad as they reinforced positions around the city after the renewed air raids on Tuesday morning. The American soldiers backed by tanks and armored vehicles closed the main road of Falluja and war planes flew in the skies of the city.
Iraq, Military, 10/27/2004
Barnier: we do hope for the release of the two French hostages shortly
The French foreign minister Michael Barnier said yesterday that he hopes the two French hostages in Iraq will be released shortly but he urged caution towards the most recent report indicating their nearby release.
Iraq-France, Politics, 10/26/2004
IAAE: hundreds of tons of explosives lost in Iraq
The International Agency for Atomic Energy (IAAE ) stressed that hundreds of tons of traditional explosives were missing from the Iraqi military arsenal that used to be under the rule of the toppled Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
Iraq, Politics, 10/26/2004
One American soldier, several Iraqis killed in different explosions
An attack by explosives targeted part of an internal oil pipeline to the south west of Karkouk in north Iraq. Iraqi sources stressed continued Iraqi oil exports after firemen were able to control the fire in the pipeline which provides Beji refinery with oil
Iraq, Military, 10/26/2004
Shaalan: Libyan interferes in Iraq's affairs
The Iraqi defense minister Hazem al-Shaalan accused Libyan of interfering in the affairs of his country by providing material aid to "Iraqi sides" positioned in Syria, noting that these sides "obstruct the security situation in Iraq."
Iraq-Libya, Politics, 10/25/2004
A human massacre in Iraq
In the largest attack targeting volunteers in the new Iraqi army, the bodies of 43 volunteers and five civilian drivers were found between Baladrose and Badra area and Jassan to the south east of Baqouba.
Iraq, Politics, 10/25/2004
American diplomat killed in Baghdad, six Iraqis in Falluja
One American diplomat was killed in a mortar shelling attackthat targeted Victory Camp near the International Airport of Baghdad.
Iraq, Military, 10/25/2004
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