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April 1-15, 2004

April 15, 2004

Iran envoy shot; Police in Fallujah called back

Bremer 'is powerless to restrain the US military'

Fallujah set to explode

Iraqi 'beaten to death' by US troops

Revenue reforms to bring income tax to Afghanistan

Idaho Trial Could Be a Test of Patriot Act

Artist Drags TV by Ear in Protest

April 14, 2004

U.S. Obligated to Help Taiwan Defend Itself, Cheney Says

U.S. to Extend Duty Tours of 20,000 Troops in Iraq

U.S. Sees 1-Year Stay for International Haiti Force

A nervous Baghdad battens down the hatches as US patrols bring in the tanks

Deaths of Scores of Mercenaries not Reported


No right of return, Bush tells Palestinian refugees

The Quotable Bush

April 13, 2004

Geneva Conventions- Convention IV- Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War , 12 August 1949

Witnessing Fallujah's 'Ceasefire'

Americans Slaughtering Civilians in Falluja

Baboons retool culture after bullies die out

Watchdog: Probe Needed Into U.S. Action in Falluja

Nader tells youths to brace for draft

April 12, 2004

US military turns to Saddam's ex-officers

Abizaid seeks more combat troops for Iraq

Arab TV networks accused of fueling violence in Iraq

BRITAIN'S BIG BROTHER- As surveillance grows, so does concern about privacy in the closely watched nation

American Airlines admits disclosing passenger data

Rio de Janeiro state plans to wall off slums

Gov. Bush lobbies for drug-tracking database

Nader taps Columbia for voters, volunteers

April 11, 2004

US tactics condemned by British officers

Highway to hell: The road to Falluja

Teenagers, U.S. troops in confusing Baghdad battle

'Damn the US and damn the resistance'

Military developments in Iraq at a glance

Anti-U.S. Outrage Unites a Growing Iraqi Resistance

Marines wary of truce in Iraqi Sunni bastion of Fallujah

Sunni and Shia unite against common enemy

Deported migrants try, try again to enter U.S.

Nude garden statues are covered after criticism, and sales pick up

April 10, 2004

Sharon to Get U.S. Nod to Keep W.Bank Land -Report

TV crew 'targeted by US fire'

April 9, 2004

Briefing on Al Qaeda Included Specifics

Concern over Iraq 'private armies'

Enron Ex-CEO Skilling Taken to Hospital

Baghdad Burning

U.S. Forces Want Al-Jazeera Out Of Fallujah

Doctor reveals Falluja's horror toll

U.S. Troops Fight Insurgents on No-Man's Highway

Iraq in Turmoil on Anniversary of Saddam's Fall

Rebels hit US supply line

Iraqi Insurgents Say Seize Six Foreigners

April 8, 2004

Marchers break through US roadblocks

Parts From Saint-Exupery's Plane Found

April 7, 2004

U.S. Hits Mosque Compound; 40 Said Killed

Nader calls for Bush impeachment over Iraq

Court official alleges decisions by Interior Dept. hurt Indians

Top Senate Republican pushes quick indecency vote

April 6, 2004

U.S. Gang Violence Explodes in Central America

Mexican woman performs own Caesarean to save baby

New Software Seeking State Tax Scofflaws

TSA eyes RFID boarding passes to track airline passengers

April 5, 2004

Bloodbath a bad omen for coalition forces

White House vetting could delay 9/11 report until after election

Toddler TV Habits Tied to Attention Deficit

April 4, 2004

Powell Says Key Intelligence Piece on Iraq Flawed

FBI Proposes Increased Wiretapping Privileges

Bill allows gun-toting patrons in restaurants

Rather than sending jobs to India or China, telemarketing firms are increasingly finding hired help in prisons

Who's Got the Acid? These days, almost nobody

April 2, 2004

Leak: U.S. knew of Sept. 11 plans

1,600 'anti-social' Britons ordered to behave

Google covets your email address

Revenge of the Killer Drones

Cattle roundup rankles N.M. ranchers

Ranchers lose their bid to stop cattle roundup

April 1, 2004

Whistleblower the White House wants to silence speaks to The Independent

Boeing snags 189 million Pentagon space contract

Court gives latitude for car searches along border

Court Opens Door To Searches Without Warrants

It was too many appliances, not pot, that police found at Carlsbad home

Outback boy has the West's fastest gun




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