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B. 04-01 Bremer: Iraq killings will be punished Baghdad
2. 04-03 Powell admits Iraq evidence mistake Washington
D. 04-04 Shias kill 7 US troops Sadr City
04-06 Heavy fighting in sealed Falluja Sunni Triangle
F. 04-06 Dozen U.S. Marines killed Iraq
G. 04-07 Coalition battled Shiite, Sunni insurgents Fallujah, Sunni Triangle
7. 04-08 Rice: Al Qaeda not flagged as threat Washington
I. 04-09 U.S. halts Fallujah offensive Sunni Triangle
J. 04-10 U.S. sends another battalion to Fallujah Sunni Triangle

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Bremer: Iraq killings will be punished Powell admits Iraq evidence mistake Shias kill 7 US troops Heavy fighting in sealed Falluja  Fierce clashes are between US forces and insurgents after a major US operation began against the flashpoint town Dozen U.S. Marines killed Coalition battled Shiite, Sunni insurgents Rice: Al Qaeda not flagged as threat U.S. halts Fallujah offensive U.S. sends another battalion to Fallujah Truce bid calms Falluja fighting U.S.: 23 troops die in 3 days Bush says US stands firm on Iraq FBI 'failed to connect terror warnings'   Bush praises Sharon's pullout proposal  President endorsed an Israeli plan, but denied the United States was taking sides in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict Missing U.S. soldier on videotape Bush, Blair affirm June 30 Iraq handover Agreement in Fallujah talks Coalition extends Fallujah deadline   U.S. forces kill 64 insurgents near Najaf  An anti-aircraft position was knocked out. AC-130 'Spectre' gunship was used in the battle U.S. warplanes pound Fallujah targets  Intense fire lit the sky where Marines have engaged in a 2-week standoff with insurgents 10 U.S. troops killed US forces begin Falluja pullout Iraq prison abuse sparks outrage
Apr.1   Baghdad
Apr.3   Washington
Apr.4   Sadr City
Apr.6   Sunni Triangle
  Iraq
Apr.7   Sunni Triangle
Apr.8   Washington
Apr.9   Sunni Triangle
Apr.10   Sunni Triangle
Apr.11   Sunni Triangle
Apr.12   Sunni Triangle
Apr.13   Washington
  Washington
Apr.14   Washington
Apr.16   Iraq
  Washington
Apr.19   Sunni Triangle
Apr.25   Sunni Triangle
Apr.27   Iraq
  Sunni Triangle
Apr.29   Iraq
  Sunni Triangle
Apr.30   Washington
  A coalition military spokesman is 'disgusted' by photographs that apparently show U.S. soldiers abusing detainees



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USA, April 2004, Location by Topic
Location War & Army Politics
Iraq
04/01 Bremer: Iraq killings will be punished
04/04 Shias kill 7 US troops
04/05 Marines, Iraqis join forces in Fallujah
04/06 Heavy fighting in sealed Falluja
04/06 Dozen U.S. Marines killed
04/07 Coalition battled Shiite, Sunni insurgents
04/07 US hits Falluja mosque compound
04/08 Strides in Fallujah and against al-Sadr
04/09 U.S. halts Fallujah offensive
04/09 2 U.S. soldiers missing near Baghdad
04/09 Iraqi allies warn US over Falluja
04/10 U.S. sends another battalion to Fallujah
04/11 Truce bid calms Falluja fighting
04/11 US seeks end to Falluja bloodshed
04/11 Toll rises on both sides
04/12 U.S.: 23 troops die in 3 days
04/14 US tightens ring round Shia cleric
04/16 Missing U.S. soldier on videotape
04/18 11 more U.S. troops die
04/25 Coalition extends Fallujah deadline
04/27 U.S. warplanes pound Fallujah targets
04/27 U.S. forces kill 64 insurgents near Najaf
04/29 10 U.S. troops killed
04/29 US forces begin Falluja pullout
04/17 Cease-fire talks continue in Fallujah
04/19 Agreement in Fallujah talks
04/22 Ban on Baathists eased
04/26 US sets limits to Iraqi self-rule
Sunni Triangle
04/05 Marines, Iraqis join forces in Fallujah
04/06 Heavy fighting in sealed Falluja
04/07 Coalition battled Shiite, Sunni insurgents
04/07 US hits Falluja mosque compound
04/08 Strides in Fallujah and against al-Sadr
04/09 U.S. halts Fallujah offensive
04/09 Iraqi allies warn US over Falluja
04/10 U.S. sends another battalion to Fallujah
04/11 Truce bid calms Falluja fighting
04/11 US seeks end to Falluja bloodshed
04/11 Toll rises on both sides
04/12 U.S.: 23 troops die in 3 days
04/19 US to ease its Falluja blockade
04/25 Coalition extends Fallujah deadline
04/27 U.S. warplanes pound Fallujah targets
04/29 US forces begin Falluja pullout
04/17 Cease-fire talks continue in Fallujah
04/19 Agreement in Fallujah talks
North America
04/05 US considers Iraq reinforcements
04/14 Pentagon to extend soldiers' tours
04/30 Iraq prison abuse sparks outrage
04/03 Powell admits Iraq evidence mistake
04/06 US resolve in Iraq 'unshakable'
04/08 Rice: Al Qaeda not flagged as threat
04/10 Bush briefing warned of al Qaeda
04/13 Bush says US stands firm on Iraq
04/13 FBI 'failed to connect terror warnings'
04/13 Fight before 9/11 was 'not a real war'
04/14 Bush praises Sharon's pullout proposal
04/14 Tenet: U.S. 'unprotected' on 9/11
04/16 Bush, Blair affirm June 30 Iraq handover
04/23 U.S. lifts most sanctions against Libya
Washington
04/05 US considers Iraq reinforcements
04/14 Pentagon to extend soldiers' tours
04/30 Iraq prison abuse sparks outrage
04/03 Powell admits Iraq evidence mistake
04/06 US resolve in Iraq 'unshakable'
04/08 Rice: Al Qaeda not flagged as threat
04/10 Bush briefing warned of al Qaeda
04/13 Bush says US stands firm on Iraq
04/13 FBI 'failed to connect terror warnings'
04/14 Bush praises Sharon's pullout proposal
04/14 Tenet: U.S. 'unprotected' on 9/11
04/16 Bush, Blair affirm June 30 Iraq handover
04/23 U.S. lifts most sanctions against Libya

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Bremer: Iraq killings will be punished  The top U.S. civilian administrator said that the killings of 4 U.S. contractors in Fallujah were 'despicable and inexcusable'   Powell admits Iraq evidence mistake  US Secretary of State has admitted that evidence he submitted to the UN to justify war on Iraq may have been wrong Shias kill 7 US troops  At least 24 US troops have been wounded in the clashes in the Sadr City area Marines, Iraqis join forces in Fallujah US considers Iraq reinforcements Heavy fighting in sealed Falluja


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Apr.3   Washington  
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Apr.4   Sadr City  
Apr.5   Sunni Triangle
 Russia  Russia arms expert 'spied for US'
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Apr.6   Sunni Triangle  
  Fierce clashes are between US forces and insurgents after a major US operation began against the flashpoint town
  Iraq     Dozen U.S. Marines killed  Government buildings had been seized by 100 insurgents. The large-scale attack was mounted by remnants of Baath Party   Washington US resolve in Iraq 'unshakable' Apr.7   Sunni Triangle US hits Falluja mosque compound   Sunni Triangle   Coalition battled Shiite, Sunni insurgents Map of Fallujah Iraq  U.S. Defense Secretary Rumsfeld said the coalition faced 'a test of will'. Fighting particularly heavy in Fallujah Apr.8   Washington     Rice: Al Qaeda not flagged as threat  National security adviser testified that there was 'no silver bullet' that could have stopped 9/11   Sunni Triangle Strides in Fallujah and against al-Sadr  US Georgia  Rose flowers at Augusta Apr.9   Sunni Triangle   U.S. halts Fallujah offensive  The U.S. military paused against insurgents to allow for talks with city leaders and humanitarian aid to enter   Sunni Triangle Iraqi allies warn US over Falluja   Iraq 2 U.S. soldiers missing near Baghdad  Antarctica  US plane in rescue bid Apr.10   Sunni Triangle   U.S. sends another battalion to Fallujah  Despite a pause in coalition offensive and a call for a cease-fire in the city, 'the enemy seems to continue to fight'   Washington Bush briefing warned of al Qaeda  Japan  Hostages overshadow Cheney's visit  US Georgia  Mickelson, DiMarco lead Masters Apr.11   Sunni Triangle   Truce bid calms Falluja fighting  There have been sporadic exchanges of fire, as efforts continue to bring an end to a week of fighting   Sunni Triangle US seeks end to Falluja bloodshed  US Georgia  Mickelson wins first major  Washington  Bush: memo no 'actionable intelligence'   Sunni Triangle Toll rises on both sides Apr.12   Sunni Triangle   U.S.: 23 troops die in 3 days  3 Marines have been killed in fighting west of Baghdad during 'security and stability operations'  Texas  Bush-Mubarak meeting Apr.13   FBI Fight before 9/11 was 'not a real war'   Washington     Bush says US stands firm on Iraq  President has told the Americans that the US remains firm in its commitment, despite ongoing violence   Washington   FBI 'failed to connect terror warnings'  Ashcroft defended himself against accusations that he showed little interest in terrorist threats before the attacks  San Francisco Bay Area  Bonds moves into 3ird place with 661 HR Apr.14   Washington Tenet: U.S. 'unprotected' on 9/11   Iraq US tightens ring round Shia cleric   Washington Pentagon to extend soldiers' tours   Washington     Bush praises Sharon's pullout proposal
  President endorsed an Israeli plan, but denied the United States was taking sides in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
 China  Cheney links HK stance to Taiwan Apr.15  Saudi Arabia  US citizens urged to leave Saudi  Florida  Gays in marriage lawsuit Apr.16   Iraq   Missing U.S. soldier on videotape  A videotape showing a man who identifies himself as Pfc. Maupin was broadcast on Al-Jazeera   Washington     Bush, Blair affirm June 30 Iraq handover  President and Prime Minister vowed that the deadline for handing over sovereignty to the Iraqi people will be met Apr.17   Sunni Triangle Cease-fire talks continue in Fallujah
Apr.18   Iraq 11 more U.S. troops die Apr.19   Sunni Triangle US to ease its Falluja blockade  New York  McDonald's boss dead at 60  Washington  US chides Spain for Iraq pull-out   Sunni Triangle   Agreement in Fallujah talks  Coalition and local officials agreed that a U.S. siege on the city would end if insurgents hand over their heavy weaponry   USA U.S. support grows for more troops  Washington  Jordan's king delays Bush meeting Apr.20   Sunni Triangle US warns of new Falluja offensive  U.S. Supreme Court  Supreme Court hears Guantanamo appeal Apr.21  Southern California  Jury indicts Jackson Apr.22  Sunni Triangle  Falluja fighters get US warning   Iraq Ban on Baathists eased  Washington  Trial of 9/11 suspect to go on Apr.23   Washington U.S. lifts most sanctions against Libya  Afghanistan  Former NFL player Pat Tillman killed Apr.24  Southern California  Klitschko crowned champion Apr.25  Iraq  Coalition: 'Dangerous situation' in Najaf  Washington  Abortion activists on the march  Southern California  Michael Jackson replaces lawyers   Sunni Triangle   Coalition extends Fallujah deadline  Coalition would give the 'political track' longer to work, saying the deadline would be extended until Tuesday Apr.26   Sunni Triangle Blast kills 2 U.S. soldiers   Iraq US sets limits to Iraqi self-rule Apr.27   Iraq     U.S. forces kill 64 insurgents near Najaf
  An anti-aircraft position was knocked out. AC-130 'Spectre' gunship was used in the battle
  Sunni Triangle   U.S. warplanes pound Fallujah targets
  Intense fire lit the sky where Marines have engaged in a 2-week standoff with insurgents
Apr.28   Sunni Triangle U.S. helicopters target Fallujah insurgents Apr.29   Iraq     10 U.S. troops killed  8 troops died in a car bombing in Mahmoudiya, south of Baghdad, and 2 others were killed in separate incidents   Washington Bush undergoes 9/11 questioning   Sunni Triangle US force 'to pull out of Falluja'   Sunni Triangle   US forces begin Falluja pullout  Marines were leaving fortified positions in the south and west of the city. A new Iraqi force is expected to move in Apr.30   Washington   Iraq prison abuse sparks outrage
  A coalition military spokesman is 'disgusted' by photographs that apparently show U.S. soldiers abusing detainees
  Iraq U.S. military negotiates Najaf solution  Southern California  Singer Jackson pleads not guilty