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Some Headlines Of Today

Sunday  November 23, 2008

Iraq's neighbors discuss security cooperation 11/23/2008, 12:33 p.m. PST
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) A top U.S. official in Syria said Sunday that militants driven out of Iraq continue to pose a threat and urged Iraq's neighbors not to tolerate them.
Iraqi Cabinet campaigns for security pact with US 11/23/2008, 12:28 p.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) Pirates, foreign attacks, a plummeting economy. Iraqi government ministers are cataloguing warnings about the future if lawmakers reject the proposed security pact with the U.S.
Iraq: Saddam Hussein-era officials face new trial 11/23/2008, 12:19 p.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) Saddam Hussein's cousin, known as "Chemical Ali," and another close aide to the dictator who represented him abroad appeared in court Sunday accused of orchestrating the bloody repression of Shiite riots after the 1999 assassination of the father of anti-U.S. cleric Muqtada al-Sadr.
Iraq security pact poses detainee dilemma for US 11/23/2008, 10:44 a.m. PST
CAMP CROPPER, Iraq (AP) The U.S. military is rushing to build criminal cases against some 5,000 detainees it deems dangerous including suspected members of al-Qaida in Iraq because the proposed security pact with Iraq would end its right to hold prisoners without charge.
Baghdad opens campaign to kill city's stray dogs 11/23/2008, 7:33 a.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) Baghdad authorities killed more than 200 stray dogs on Sunday, the opening day of a campaign to cull dog packs roaming the capital that was prompted by a spate of fatal attacks on residents.
Iraqi Cabinet officials say country needs US pact 11/23/2008, 7:24 a.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) Iraq needs an agreement allowing U.S. troops in the country through 2011, two Cabinet members said Sunday, arguing that the pact will keep violence at bay and help the national economy recover from years of bloodshed and isolation.
Key Iraqi Cabinet members defend pact with US 11/23/2008, 3:28 a.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) Two members of the Iraqi prime minister's Cabinet say that if a proposed security pact with the U.S. is not passed, the result will be security problems that will hurt Iraq's economic growth.

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