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BAGHDAD, Iraq - A car bomber killed an Iraqi policeman and himself outside the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad on Monday, a month after a deadly bombing there.
U.S. soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division and an Iraqi policeman, right, attend to the scene of a car bomb which detonated outside a police station in Sadr City Tuesday.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Coalition forces handed over control of Iraq's armed forces command to the government Thursday, a move that U.S. officials have hailed as a crucial milestone.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - The war in Iraq passed a sobering milepost Tuesday when U.S. officials reported nine more Americans were killed - five of them members of the armed forces, raising to more than 1,900 the number of U.S. service members who have died in the country since the invasion.
A detainee in an outdoor solitary confinement cell talks with a military policeman at the Abu Ghraib prison on the outskirts of Baghdad, Iraq Tuesday.
A detainee in an outdoor solitary confinement cell talks with a military policeman at the Abu Ghraib prison on the outskirts of Baghdad, Iraq in this June 22, 2004 file photo.
Harold "Hal" Leroy Schilling, 72, who served as Chandler's city manager from 1979 to 1984, has passed away. Schilling worked as city manager when Jim Patterson was mayor and the city was undergoing a huge period of growth.
Why are we spending $1 million for every soldier in Afghanistan when 99.999 percent of the people hate our guts?
BAGHDAD, Iraq - The brother of Iraq's Sunni Arab vice president was assassinated in his home in one of series of attacks around Iraq on Monday, police and government spokesmen said.
BAGHDAD - An al-Qaida in Iraq leader blamed in the 2004 abduction and murder of an Army reservist and other deadly attacks over several years was killed in an American raid in Baghdad, the U.S. military said Thursday.
BAGHDAD - A suicide car bomb and another car packed with explosives targeted Iraqi police patrols Saturday on opposite sides of Baghdad, killing at least six people, police said.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - A string of bombings ripped through the Iraqi capital Sunday, killing at least 26 people and injuring more than 60. Six Shiite shrines were damaged in a series of blasts around the Baqouba area northeast of the capital.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Iraqi forces killed a local al-Qaida in Iraq leader and two other insurgents in a raid north of Baghdad on Friday, and roadside bombs killed an American soldier and an Iraqi policeman, officials said.
AIN LALIN, Iraq - American troops swooped into a remote Iraqi village aboard Black Hawk helicopters Monday in search of a member of Saddam Hussein's inner circle. They couldn't find him, but rounded up about 70 suspects.
KABUL, Afghanistan - A suicide car bomber hit a convoy of international soldiers in Kabul on Thursday, killing three Afghans caught in the blast, police said.
HERMOSILLO, Mexico - A group of more than 40 armed men abducted and killed four Mexican policemen Wednesday about 20 miles south of the Arizona border, and the anti-kidnapping chief in another northern Mexico state was reportedly kidnapped.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - On the eve of the third anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion, American troops clashed with gunmen north and west of Baghdad Sunday, and insurgents lobbed a mortar round into Karbala, the holy city south of Baghdad where a million Shiite pilgrims assembled for a major religious commemoration.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - A suicide attacker detonated an explosives-packed vehicle near a row of police cars blocking off a bridge in central Baghdad, killing at least five people and wounding 20, officials said. The attack came hours after U.S. jets pounded the insurgent stronghold of Fallujah, leaving at least 44 dead.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Gunmen killed a Shiite tribal sheik linked to British forces in a drive-by shooting Friday in the southern city of Basra, and two Marines were reported killed in fighting in a volatile province west of Baghdad.
BAGHDAD - Five U.S. troops were killed in separate attacks in the capital this weekend, including three in a single roadside bombing, the military said Monday, pushing the death toll past 100 in the deadliest month so far this year.
November 17, 2004
BAGHDAD, Iraq - An armed group kidnapped 31 Iraqi policemen who were returning training in Jordan, authorities said Wednesday, and a suicide car bomber rammed a U.S. convoy north of Baghdad, killing 10 people, hospital officials said.
State Health Director Will Humble acted illegally in denying access to medical marijuana to people — many of them former soldiers — suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, an administrative law judge has ruled.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Gunmen wearing Iraqi army uniforms seized an Iranian diplomat as he drove through central Baghdad, officials said Tuesday. Tehran blamed the United States for the abduction, which threatened to raise already sharp tensions between the two rivals.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Five roadside bombs killed at least three people in Iraq on Sunday - the three-year anniversary of the Baghdad's fall to U.S. forces. Iraq police and soldiers bolstered security in the capital to prevent attacks on "Freedom Day."