War News for November 14, 2003
Bring 'em on: Two US soldiers killed, three wounded in bomb attack near Samarra
Bring 'em on: US contractor killed in convoy ambush near Balad
Bring 'em on: Portugese journalists attacked near Basra
. One wounded, one kidnapped.
Bring 'em on: Three US troops wounded in bomb ambush near Mosul
Bring 'em on: Two US soldiers wounded in Baghdad
Bring 'em on: Four US soldiers and Iraqi policeman wounded in three seperate ambushes near Kirkuk
Bring 'em on: Three US soldiers wounded by bomb ambush in Fallujah
Coalition of the Wobbly: Japan
delays troop deployment to Iraq.
Coalition of the Wobbly: South Korea
limits future deployments to 3000 troops, orders troops already in Iraq to remain in barracks
Coalition of the Wobbly: Berlusconi
now says he "tried to stop Bush."
US in Iraq casualties exceed
total US Vietnam casualties from 1962 - 1964.
Returning Guardsmen find themselves unemployed
Bremer's CPA creates propaganda network
in Baghdad to target US electorate. "Mr. Smith, the Coaliton Provisional Authority's senior media advisor and a Bush family friend, said it would be a live feed consisting of press conferences and daily highlights, with open satellite coordinates available to anyone--including the local affiliates to whom President Bush recently gave exclusive access in his end-run around the networks. Mr. Smith said it would free up the American public--and the CPA--from reliance on network news 'interpretation.'"
Local story: New York
soldier killed in Iraq.