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Some Headlines Of Today

Thursday  December 10, 2009

Costs and security fears weigh on Iraq oil auction 12/10/2009, 10:54 p.m. PST
(AP) BAGHDAD - Iraqi officials cheered and clapped as the first oil field up for bid went to a major international consortium at the opening of the country's biggest postwar auction Friday. But from there, the chill set in.
Security fears weigh on Iraq's 2nd oil auction 12/10/2009, 10:54 p.m. PST
(AP) BAGHDAD - Iraq's hope of luring international oil companies with its mother lode of oil met with mixed results Friday, with only two deals struck as security fears appeared to weigh heavily on the country's second oil auction this year.
Security fears weigh on Iraq's 2nd oil auction 12/10/2009, 10:54 p.m. PST
(AP) BAGHDAD - Iraq's hope of luring international oil companies with its mother lode of oil met with mixed results Friday, with only two deals struck as security fears appeared to weigh heavily on the country's second oil auction this year.
GOP questions plans to try terror suspects in US 12/10/2009, 9:06 a.m. PST
(AP) WASHINGTON - A group of lawmakers is questioning plans to try terror suspects in the United States and move Guantanamo Bay detainees to prisons on U.S. soil.
Iraq seeks to shift Iranian group to desert camp 12/10/2009, 8:41 a.m. PST
(AP) BAGHDAD - Iraq announced plans Thursday to move members of an Iranian opposition group to a former desert detention camp in a sharp escalation of pressure on a faction that poses complications for both Baghdad and Washington.
Defense Secretary Gates arrives in Iraq 12/10/2009, 3:05 a.m. PST
(AP) BAGHDAD - U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates was in Iraq Thursday to meet with Iraqi officials amid a wave of bombings that have claimed 127 lives and rattled the country's government. U.S. military leaders who greeted Gates defended the Iraqi security forces' response to the attacks.
Al-Qaida claims this week's deadly Baghdad blasts 12/10/2009, 12:10 a.m. PST
(AP) BAGHDAD - Al-Qaida's umbrella group in Iraq claimed responsibility Thursday for coordinated Baghdad bombings this week that killed 127 people and wounded more than 500, warning of more strikes to come against the Iraqi government.

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