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Some Headlines Of Today

Wednesday  December 3, 2008

US Cmdr: Attacks at lowest level since 2003 12/3/2008, 12:55 p.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) Attacks fell in November to their lowest monthly level since the Iraq war began in 2003, despite recent high-profile bombings aimed at shaking public confidence, a top U.S. commander said Wednesday.
US soldier faces hearing in 2007 deaths of Iraqis 12/3/2008, 12:48 p.m. PST
VILSECK, Germany (AP) A military court heard conflicting testimony Wednesday about whether a U.S. Army sergeant helped kill four Iraqis who were bound, blindfolded, shot and dumped in a Baghdad canal last year.
Reconciliation needed in Iraq's most violent city 12/3/2008, 10:26 a.m. PST
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) It's a dirty, numbing, dangerous job in Iraq's deadliest city, and pays a modest $500 a month. But when the police department recently advertised for college graduates to fill 200 positions as traffic policemen, it was deluged with 2,000 applications.
Journalist jailed in Iraq over homosexuality story 12/3/2008, 8:06 a.m. PST
SULAIMANIYAH, Iraq (AP) International media watchdog groups called Wednesday for the release of a freelance journalist jailed in northern Iraq for violating a public decency law by writing a story about homosexuality.
US Cmdr: Iraq attacks at lowest level since 2003 12/3/2008, 5:24 a.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) The number of attacks in Iraq has dropped to the lowest level since 2003 despite a recent spate of high-profile bombings, the No. 2 U.S. commander in Iraq said Wednesday.
Journalist jailed in Iraq over homosexuality story 12/3/2008, 4:55 a.m. PST
SULAIMANIYAH, Iraq (AP) International media watchdog groups called Wednesday for the release of a freelance journalist jailed in northern Iraq for violating a public decency law by writing a story about homosexuality.
Iraq's president steps up row over PM's councils 12/3/2008, 1:50 a.m. PST
BAGHDAD (AP) Iraq's president is going to the country's federal court to try to stop Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki from establishing tribal councils a move that major political parties fear is aimed at bolstering the Shiite leader's stature ahead of elections next year.

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