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B. 02-10 Iraqis forming new government Baghdad
02-12 Jaafari set to stay as PM Baghdad
3. 02-13 Screaming Hussein back in court Baghdad
4. 02-14 Saddam in 'hunger strike' protest Baghdad
F. 02-16 Iraq 'death squad caught in act' Iraq
6. 02-20 Many die in suicide bombings Baghdad
7. 02-21 Marketplace bomb kills 20 Baghdad

Blair vows probe into abuse claims   Screaming Hussein back in court  The trial adjourned after a session in which Saddam created a scene by shouting 'Down with Bush' Saddam in 'hunger strike' protest  Deposed dictator has told a court that he and his 7 co-accused are on hunger strike in protest at their treatment   New Abu Ghraib images broadcast  An Australian TV channel has broadcast previously unpublished images showing US abuse of prisoners TV ads appeal for U.S. journalist's release New inquiry urged over Abu Ghraib   Iraq 'death squad caught in act'  Iraq has launched an investigation into claims by the US that an interior ministry squad has been targeting Sunni Roadside bombings kill 6 On tape, Hussein talks of WMDs   Many die in suicide bombings  A bombing on a bus in Baghdad has killed at least 12 Iraqis. 11 have died in other violence, including in Mosul   Marketplace bomb kills 20  A car bomb was detonated by remote control and was aimed at a police patrol in the suburb of Dora UK urges 'united' Iraq government  Foreign Secretary Jack Straw is in Baghdad and has urged Iraqi leaders to put aside sectarian interests Blast damages Shia shrine Map of Samarra Iraq
Hussein a no-show in court No defendants at Hussein trial Car bombs kill 16, wound 90 Roadside bomb kills 2 Lawyers 'denied access to Saddam' Iraqis forming new government Jill Carroll's kidnappers set 'final deadline' Jaafari set to stay as PM


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Feb.12   Baghdad  
  Shiite bloc nominated Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari to take on the same crises he has struggled to tackle
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  A bomb attack has damaged one of the Muslim world's holiest shrines, sparking demonstrations outside
 Thousands have gathered at the al-Askari shrine in Samarra where 2 men blew up the famous golden dome. The shrine is one of Samarra's 2 tombs for revered Shia imams. Grand Ayatollah al-Sistani has called for a week of mourning. Shias in Baghdad attacked at least 5 Sunni mosques in a reprisal, and disturbances reported in other cities.
Feb.22   Iraq   Shrine blast sparks protests
  Protests across Iraq after a bomb attack heavily damaged one of the holiest sites in Shia Islam
  Baghdad   Gunmen strike 27 mosques, kill imams  Gunmen killed 3 Sunni imams in the wake of a bomb attack at one of the holiest Shiite sites   Basra   'Sunni militants' killed in Basra  Gunmen have killed at least 11 people, including several foreigners, after entering a prison   Sunni Triangle   Three journalists killed   3 Iraqi journalists working for al-Arabiya TV have been kidnapped and killed near Samarra Feb.23   Baghdad   Sunni party quits Iraq government talks  Iraq's most powerful Sunni Muslim party quit talks after reprisal attacks for the bombing of a Shiite mosque   Baghdad     Curfew aims to curb violence
  The government has put Baghdad and 3 provinces under curfew for much of Friday
Feb.24   Iraq   Top Shiite leaders urge Iraqi unity  Abdul-Aziz al-Hakim, the head of the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq, is urging self-restraint   Baghdad     Curfew extended to stem revenge attacks  Iraqi authorities announced another daytime curfew for Baghdad and neighboring provinces   Iraq Iraqi troops downgraded Feb.25   Iraq   Gunmen fire on funeral of reporter  At least 21 people were killed, including nearly a dozen members of a family believed to be Shiite   Iraq   Shia-Sunni talks on Iraq killings  Sadr's militia and the Sunni Association of Muslim scholars vowed to help defend holy places Feb.26   Iraq   Renewed violence amid calls for calm
  At least 24 people were killed in a string of attacks that rocked Iraq despite calls from Iraqi and U.S. leaders.    The dead included 3 U.S. soldiers who were killed in 2 incidents in Baghdad. The deadliest attack came in the capital's neighborhood of Dora, where 15 people. were killed when 6 mortar ro...
Feb.27   Baghdad   Curfews lifted  The traffic returned to the streets in Baghdad and its suburbs   Baghdad Saddam 'calls off hunger strike' Feb.28   Baghdad     Blasts kill at least 35  24 people were killed when a suicide bomber blew himself up next to a gas station in a Shia district   Baghdad   PM defiant after bloody week  Ibrahim Jaafari has vowed not to let sectarian violence derail work on a new government



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Baghdad
Hussein a no-show in court
No defendants at Hussein trial
Screaming Hussein back in court
Saddam in 'hunger strike' protest
Many die in suicide bombings
Marketplace bomb kills 20
Gunmen strike 27 mosques, kill imams
Blasts kill at least 35
Iraqis forming new government
Jaafari set to stay as PM
UK urges 'united' Iraq government
Sunni party quits Iraq government talks
PM defiant after bloody week
Roadside bombings kill 6
Curfew aims to curb violence
Curfew extended to stem revenge attacks
Curfews lifted
Blasts kill at least 35
Car bombs kill 16, wound 90
Many die in suicide bombings
Marketplace bomb kills 20
Gunmen strike 27 mosques, kill imams
Blasts kill at least 35
Roadside bombings kill 6
Curfew aims to curb violence
Curfew extended to stem revenge attacks
Blasts kill at least 35
Hussein a no-show in court
No defendants at Hussein trial
Lawyers 'denied access to Saddam'
Screaming Hussein back in court
Saddam in 'hunger strike' protest
Sunni Triangle
Blast damages Shia shrine
Three journalists killed
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