Thursday, March 18, 2004

War News for March 18, 2004 Bring 'em on: Two US soldiers killed, six wounded in mortar attack near Balad. Bring 'em on: Three Iraqi journalists killed, nine wounded in attack on employees of CPA TV station near Baquba. Bring 'em on: One US Marine killed, three wounded in mortar attack near Qusayba. Bring 'em on: Bomb near US-funded TV station in Baquba kills three Iraqis, wounds ten. Bring 'em on: Three rocket attacks kill four Iraqis in Baghdad. Bring 'em on: One US soldier and two Iraqi security officers wounded by roadside bomb in Baghdad. Bring 'em on: Three ICDC members wounded in mortar attack near Mosul. Bring 'em on: British patrol attacked by car bomb in Basra. Five Iraqis killed. Bring 'em on: Two US troops wounded in Fallujah. CENTCOM reports one US soldier killed, two injured in vehicle accident near Baji. CENTCOM reports one US soldier killed in convoy accident enroute to Kuwait. Polish President says Lieutenant AWOL is a liar. "'That they deceived us about the weapons of mass destruction, that's true. We were taken for a ride,' Kawsniewski said Thursday, according to the AFP." Baghdad fashion maven and incompetent CPA administrator L.Paul Bremer working hard to establish Boy Scouts in Iraq. Commentary Opinion: "They didn't know what might happen from this dangerous gambit, and they knew they didn't know. Yet Bush, faced with a stinker of an economic situation, is seeking re-election today based largely on his stewardship of security matters. It is a sign of the depraved state of statesmanship in our republic that he can do so with some confidence in his chances." Editorial: "A new opinion poll timed to the one-year anniversary of the U.S. occupation of Iraq this week revealed that many European and Muslim countries traditionally allied with the United States now harbor an increasingly negative view of the Bush administration's foreign policies. The disenchantment even extends to Britain, the U.S. government's strongest wartime ally, where half of those surveyed said the war in Iraq actually hurts efforts to combat global terrorism." Casualty Reports Local story: Washington State soldier dies in Iraq. 86-43-04. Pass it on.


This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?