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Group that detains Chinese citizens in Iraq says policy clarifications are needed
In the recent developments of the file of the 8 Chinese detainees in Iraq, the interim Iraqi government announced by its ambassador in China that it is ready to move special forces to liberate them from their kidnappers.
Iraq-China, Politics, 1/22/2005
More Iraqis killed in Baghdad's booby trapped car explosion
The Iraqi police and medical sources stressed in a new outcome that some 14 Iraqis were killed at least and other 40 injured in a booby trapped car explosion which targeted a Shiite mosque to the south west of Baghdad earlier in the day.
Iraq, Military, 1/22/2005
American soldier killed in Iraq
In a statement on Friday, the American army announced that one of its soldiers was killed and another was slightly injured in a raid launched against gunmen in al-Dalou'eya area to the north of Baghdad.
Iraq-USA, Military, 1/22/2005
On the Iraqi elections
The higher commission for elections in Iraq issued a new system in which it authorized its council of commissioners to settle disputes and issue sanctions over violations emerging between sides participating in the elections due on January 30th.
Iraq, Politics, 1/21/2005
More attacks in Samera
In a new outcome for the military operations which has been witnessing notable increase with the approaching date of the general elections due on January 30th, the Iraqi police announced the killing of seven persons including 6 Iraqi soldiers in three attacks in Samera city.
Iraq, Military, 1/21/2005
Al-Zarqawi claims Israel, Jordan's participation in Falluja attack
Leader of "al-Jihad organization in Bilad al-Rafeydeen (Mesopotamia)" said that some 800 Israeli and Jordanian soldiers took part in the military campaign launched by the American forces against Falluja city in November.
Iraq-Israel, Military, 1/21/2005
Group kill 2 westerners
Iraq, Local, 1/21/2005
Iraqi opposition collect one million signature against the elections
One Iraqi group said it gathered the signatures of one million Iraqis from various religions and communities and regions opposing the holding of the elections due on January 30 because of the presence of the American forces and the applied emergency law in the country.
Iraq, Politics, 1/19/2005
Continued attacks; minister warns of civil war in Iraq
the interim Iraqi minister of the interior Falah al-Naqib warned against the eruption of a civil war in Iraq in case the Arab Sunni will not take part in the legislative elections which will be on Monday of this month.
Iraq, Politics, 1/19/2005
Bush holds telephone talks with Allawi over preparations for the elections
al-Hakim said the elections should be held in due time, noting the great turnout on this gathering constitutes a tangible evidence on clinging to such a date and rejection to postponing it.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 1/19/2005
Eight Chinese were kidnapped in Iraq; Georges released
a Church source in Baghdad announced the release of senior Catholic archbishop in the city Rev. Bassel Georges, 24 hours after his kidnapping. A spokesman for the Vatican said that the release operation was made without paying a ransom.
Iraq-China, Local, 1/19/2005
Annan sees sufficient time to convince Iraqis to participate in elections
The UN secretary General Kofi Annan considered that there is plenty of time before the Iraqi government to encourage the Sunni Muslims and other Iraqis who are hesitant to take part in the elections.
Iraq, Politics, 1/18/2005
Kidnapping of chief archbishop in Musil
Unidentified gunmen kidnapped chief archbishop of the Catholic church in Musil city to the north of Iraq. A spokesman for the Vatican considered the kidnapping of Rev. Bassel Georges Kasmousi as a terrorist act.
Iraq, Local, 1/18/2005
Two American marines killed in Iraq
A statement by the American army said on Tuesday that two marines were killed during confrontations with gunmen in al-Anbar governorate which includes al-Ramadai and Falluja. The statement said the two soldiers were killed on Tuesday at dawn but gave no details about their killing.
Iraq, Military, 1/18/2005
Egyptian FM meets Iraqi diplomats
Egypt-Iraq, Politics, 1/18/2005
Al-Shara confers with UN special envoy the situation in Iraq
Syria's Foreign Minister Farouq al-Shara and the UN Secretary General's Special Representative in Iraq Ashraf Qaddi discussed on Sunday latest developments in Iraq and ways of helping the Iraqi people find an outlet for his current ordeal.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 1/17/2005
Attacks in Musil, demonstrations in Baghdad
The American forces launched various attacks in Musil city to the north of Iraq that resulted in detaining 11 persons suspected to be members of the armed groups, who stand against the foreign presence in Iraq.
Iraq, Military, 1/17/2005
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