War News for October 30, 2003
Bring 'em on: Bomb attack against a freight train reported near Fallujah
Bring 'em on: US military vehilce bombed in Baghdad
Bring 'em on: Office of Iraq's interim foreign minister Hoshyar Zebari was destroyed in an explosives attack two weeks ago
Bring 'em on: US soldier wounded in bomb ambush near Mosul
US casualties in Iraq not fully reported
UN withdraws staff
from Iraq due to lack of security.
: "Firms doing US government-funded business in Iraq and Afghanistan donated more to President George W. Bush's 2000 election campaign than they gave any other politician in the past 12 years, said a new study."
More on war corruption
: "In one instance, the report said the husband of a senior Pentagon official was given sub-contracting work in Iraq."
Halliburton no-bid contract doubled in cost
as well as extended.
Wolfie cracks under fire
. "US deputy defence secretary Paul Wolfowitz was visibly shaken as he fended off hecklers at Georgetown University during a speech Thursday."
US soldier charged with cowardice
in Iraq. "Pogany said he told his team sergeant he was headed for a "nervous breakdown" and needed help. After that, Pogany said, he did not request to go on missions and was not asked to go."
: Bush needs a plan, not spin. "Putting a rhetorical Band-Aid on problems in Iraq won’t make them go away. It reminds us of a child closing his eyes and wishing the broccoli on his dinnner plate would disappear."
Local story: Texas
soldier killed in Iraq.
Local story: South Dakota
soldier wounded in Iraq.