War News for October 2, 2003
Bring ‘em on: One US soldier killed, three wounded in bomb ambush near Tikrit
Bring ‘em on: US patrol ambushed in Fallujah
Bring ‘em on: US convoy attacked at Amiriyah
, near Fallujah. Witnesses report one US soldier killed, one wounded.
Bring ‘em on: US soldier killed in RPG ambush near Samarra
Bring ‘em on: One US soldier killed, one wounded in Baghdad
Bring ‘em on: US soldiers stoned during protests at Baghdad mosque
Bring ‘em on: Hungarian troops under mortar fore near Hilla
General Sanchez reports attacks against US troops
more lethal, more frequent. "The enemy has evolved. It is a little bit more lethal, little bit more complex, little bit more sophisticated and in some cases a little bit more tenacious."
The enemy in Iraq: Bremer’s incompetence
. "Their doctors are well-trained, professional, but they operate with nothing. They don't want my help and don't need it. They just need some money for drug and equipment, and maybe more than three hours of power in a row, and they can handle this themselves."
Iraqi police open fire on protesters in Mosul
caused by corruption and lack of security.
International donors insulate $56 billion Iraq reconstruction fund
from Bush’s crony deals.
Report from a Baghdad hospital
Local story: Illinois
soldier wounded in Iraq.
Local story: South Dakota
Guardsman on R&R leave.