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09-03 Al Qaeda in Iraq No. 2 held Samarra, Sunni Triangle
2. 09-04 Africa Union 'will quit Darfur' Darfur
D. 09-04 1 dead as gunman targets tourists Amman, Jordan
E. 09-04 Train crash kills three Cairo
5. 09-06 Israel to lift blockade of Lebanon Jerusalem
6. 09-06 Iraq has months to avert collapse Baghdad
H. 09-07 US hands over Iraq army control Baghdad
I. 09-07 Wave of violence leaves 19 dead Baghdad
9. 09-07 Israel eases blockade of Lebanon Lebanon

Summary.     Click for More > World rallies for Darfur Car bomb attack kills 8 Judge dismissed in Hussein trial Abbas: Israel will be recognized Hezbollah leader reappears at victory rally Hamas rebuffs Abbas on Israel Bomb kills 35 as they shop for Ramadan   The leader of the Ansar al-Sunna network, aligned with al Qaeda, had been arrested PM calls for Ramadan unity Islamists seized port of Kismayo Hussein ordered from courtroom Terrorist who escaped U.S. custody killed PM warns of terror threat Hussein again ejected from trial Iraq war fuels terror - US report  Declassified parts of a report: The Iraq conflict has become a 'cause celebre' for Islamic militants worldwide Hussein judge brother-in-law shot dead Total curfew declared in capital Al Qaeda No. 2: Bush a liar, Last Israeli soldier withdraws   The last Israeli soldier left Lebanon, more than a month after a U.N. resolution ended the 34-day war
Al Qaeda in Iraq No. 2 held US hands over Iraq army control Israel eases blockade of Lebanon   U.S. Embassy attack foiled  Syrian security forces killed 4 attackers outside the U.S. Embassy in Damascus after a car exploded   Muslims blast pope's Islam speech
Sep.3   Sunni Triangle
Sep.7   Baghdad
  Lebanon
Sep.12   Syria
Sep.14   Arab Countries
  Muslim leaders have condemned Benedict over comments he made about Islam in Germany and demanded he apologize.    In his speech at the University of Regensburg, Benedict quoted criticism of Islam by Byzantine Emperor, who wrote that everything Mohammad brought was evil , 'such as his command to spread by the sword the fa...
Sep.17   Global
Sep.18   Somalia
Sep.19   Baghdad
Sep.21   UN Gen. Assembly
Sep.22   Beirut
  Gaza
Sep.23   Baghdad
Sep.24   Baghdad
  Somalia
Sep.25   Baghdad
  Southern Iraq
  Somalia
Sep.26   Baghdad
  Washington
Sep.29   Baghdad
  Baghdad
  Arab Countries
Sep.30   Southern Lebanon



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Middle East
1 dead as gunman targets tourists
Wave of violence leaves 19 dead
Iraq's al Qaeda: 'Kill Americans'
U.S. Embassy attack foiled
Hussein: 'We will crush your heads'
Bomb attacks kill 22
Body lures soldiers to booby-trapped car
Wave of bombs kills 23 in Kirkuk
Judge dismissed in Hussein trial
Saddam Hussein ejected from trial
Bomb kills 35 as they shop for Ramadan
Hussein ordered from courtroom
Terrorist who escaped U.S. custody killed
Annan: Syria to curb Hezbollah arms flow
PM 'to seek Abbas talks'
Israel to lift blockade of Lebanon
Iraq has months to avert collapse
Israel eases blockade of Lebanon
Blair pushes for Palestinian engagement
Annan: Mideast view Iraq war as disaster
Hezbollah leader reappears at victory rally
Hamas rebuffs Abbas on Israel
PM calls for Ramadan unity
Annan: Syria to curb Hezbollah arms flow
Israel to lift blockade of Lebanon
US hands over Iraq army control
Annan: Mideast view Iraq war as disaster
Body lures soldiers to booby-trapped car
Ring of trenches considered for Baghdad
Wave of bombs kills 23 in Kirkuk
Terrorist who escaped U.S. custody killed
Total curfew declared in capital
Last Israeli soldier withdraws
Al Qaeda in Iraq No. 2 held
1 dead as gunman targets tourists
Wave of violence leaves 19 dead
Iraq's al Qaeda: 'Kill Americans'
U.S. Embassy attack foiled
Bomb attacks kill 22
Body lures soldiers to booby-trapped car
Wave of bombs kills 23 in Kirkuk
Bomb kills 35 as they shop for Ramadan
Terrorist who escaped U.S. custody killed
Hussein judge brother-in-law shot dead
Iraq
Wave of violence leaves 19 dead
Iraq's al Qaeda: 'Kill Americans'
Hussein: 'We will crush your heads'
Bomb attacks kill 22
Body lures soldiers to booby-trapped car
Wave of bombs kills 23 in Kirkuk
Judge dismissed in Hussein trial
Saddam Hussein ejected from trial
Bomb kills 35 as they shop for Ramadan
Hussein ordered from courtroom
Iraq has months to avert collapse
Annan: Mideast view Iraq war as disaster
PM calls for Ramadan unity
US hands over Iraq army control
Annan: Mideast view Iraq war as disaster
Body lures soldiers to booby-trapped car
Ring of trenches considered for Baghdad
Wave of bombs kills 23 in Kirkuk
Terrorist who escaped U.S. custody killed
Total curfew declared in capital
Al Qaeda in Iraq No. 2 held
Wave of violence leaves 19 dead
Iraq's al Qaeda: 'Kill Americans'
Bomb attacks kill 22
Body lures soldiers to booby-trapped car
Wave of bombs kills 23 in Kirkuk
Bomb kills 35 as they shop for Ramadan
Terrorist who escaped U.S. custody killed
Baghdad
Wave of violence leaves 19 dead
Hussein: 'We will crush your heads'
Bomb attacks kill 22
Body lures soldiers to booby-trapped car
Judge dismissed in Hussein trial
Saddam Hussein ejected from trial
Bomb kills 35 as they shop for Ramadan
Hussein ordered from courtroom
Iraq has months to avert collapse
Annan: Mideast view Iraq war as disaster
PM calls for Ramadan unity
US hands over Iraq army control
Annan: Mideast view Iraq war as disaster
Body lures soldiers to booby-trapped car
Ring of trenches considered for Baghdad
Total curfew declared in capital
A dozen die in bombings
Wave of violence leaves 19 dead
Bomb attacks kill 22
Body lures soldiers to booby-trapped car
Bomb kills 35 as they shop for Ramadan
Hussein judge brother-in-law shot dead
North America
Iraq war fuels terror - US report
Saddam 'had no link to al-Qaeda'
US thanks Syria over embassy raid
Annan: Iraq in 'grave danger' of civil war
Abbas: Israel will be recognized
Iraq war fuels terror - US report
Saddam 'had no link to al-Qaeda'
Iraq war fuels terror - US report
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Israel eases blockade of Lebanon
Israel ends sea blockade of Lebanon
Hezbollah leader reappears at victory rally
Italian troops arrive in Lebanon
Last Israeli soldier withdraws
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Israel to lift blockade of Lebanon
Blair pushes for Palestinian engagement
Hamas rebuffs Abbas on Israel
Israel to lift blockade of Lebanon
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Somalia
Car bomb attack kills 8
PM warns of terror threat
PM warns of terror threat
Rivals agree on joint army
Islamists seized port of Kismayo
Car bomb attack kills 8
PM warns of terror threat
USA
Iraq war fuels terror - US report
Bush disputes Iraq in civil war
Saddam 'had no link to al-Qaeda'
US thanks Syria over embassy raid
Iraq war fuels terror - US report
Saddam 'had no link to al-Qaeda'
Iraq war fuels terror - US report
Europe
Soldier pleads guilty to Iraqi mistreatment
Turkey to send peacekeepers to Lebanon
Turkey to send peacekeepers to Lebanon
Soldier pleads guilty to Iraqi mistreatment
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Al Qaeda in Iraq No. 2 held   U.S. and Iraqi forces have captured Hamed Jumaa Farid al-Saeedi who ordered the bombing of a Shiite shrine in Samarra Africa Union 'will quit Darfur' 1 dead as gunman targets tourists Train crash kills three Israel to lift blockade of Lebanon Iraq has months to avert collapse US hands over Iraq army control  The Iraqi authorities have begun taking control of the Iraqi navy and air force and the 8th Division of the army Wave of violence leaves 19 dead Israel eases blockade of Lebanon  The air blockade was lifted but a naval embargo would remain until a sufficient UN force was in place Iraq's al Qaeda: 'Kill Americans' Saddam 'had no link to al-Qaeda' Blair pushes for Palestinian engagement   U.S. Embassy attack foiled


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Sep.1  Syria  Annan: Syria to curb Hezbollah arms flow
 Darfur  Sudan reportedly launches new offensive
 Lebanon  Italian troops arrive in Lebanon
Sep.2  Washington  Bush disputes Iraq in civil war
Sep.3   Sunni Triangle  
Sep.4   Darfur
  Jordan
  Cairo
 Somalia  Rivals agree on joint army
Sep.5  Jerusalem  PM 'to seek Abbas talks'
 Turkey  Turkey to send peacekeepers to Lebanon
Sep.6   Jerusalem
 Baghdad  A dozen die in bombings
  Baghdad
Sep.7   Baghdad  
  Baghdad
  Lebanon  
  Iraq
Sep.8  Lebanon  Israel ends sea blockade of Lebanon
  U.S. Senate
 Sudan  Sudan will free Tribune reporter
 Baghdad  14 people killed
Sep.10   West Bank
 Arab Countries  Al Qaeda releases 9/11 anniversary msg
Sep.11  West Bank  Palestinian unity cabinet agreed
 Beirut  Blair faces protests
 Washington  Rice presses Sudan to accept U.N.
 Jerusalem  Israel wary on Palestinian deal
Sep.12   Syria  
  Syrian security forces killed 4 attackers outside the U.S. Embassy in Damascus after a car exploded
  Baghdad Hussein: 'We will crush your heads'
 Iran  Iran president backs 'united' Iraq   Washington US thanks Syria over embassy raid   Switzerland UNCTAD: Palestinian economy in danger  Southern Lebanon  Israeli retreat 'making progress'  Yemen  At least 51 killed in stampede Sep.13   Baghdad Bomb attacks kill 22   Baghdad Annan: Mideast view Iraq war as disaster  Lebanon  Hezbollah accused of war crimes Sep.14  Baghdad  Judge says Saddam 'not dictator'   Arab Countries     Muslims blast pope's Islam speech
  Muslim leaders have condemned Benedict over comments he made about Islam in Germany and demanded he apologize
 In his speech at the University of Regensburg, Benedict quoted criticism of Islam by Byzantine Emperor, who wrote that everything Mohammad brought was evil , 'such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached.' Muslim Brotherhood called on Islamic countries to threaten to break off relations with the Vatican. And a top Turkey religious figure suggested the pope should reconsider a trip to Turkey.
 Baghdad  Suicide blast kills 2 U.S. soldiers at outpost  UN Security Council  Clooney: choice in Darfur, troops or death  Yemen  Yemen says it foiled oil plots Sep.15  Baghdad  Trenches plan to secure Baghdad Sep.16   Baghdad Body lures soldiers to booby-trapped car  Sudan  VP backs U.N. troops in Darfur   Global Protesters call for Darfur action   Baghdad Ring of trenches considered for Baghdad Sep.17   Northern Iraq Wave of bombs kills 23 in Kirkuk   Global   World rallies for Darfur  Tens of thousands of demonstrators in cities around the world demanded action to stop the killing in the region Sep.18   Somalia     Car bomb attack kills 8  A bomb was targeting transitional president, Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed. He was inside the parliament building   Arab Countries Al Qaeda threat over pope speech   UN Annan: Iraq in 'grave danger' of civil war Sep.19   England Soldier pleads guilty to Iraqi mistreatment  Baghdad  Bomb kills 2 near police station   Baghdad     Judge dismissed in Hussein trial  The had dismissed the chief judge after he said that the ex-president was not a dictator Sep.20   Baghdad Saddam Hussein ejected from trial  Iraq  UN: 6,600 Iraqis killed in two months  UN  Quartet: Palestinians need aid Sep.21  Southern Iraq  Power handover in province of Dhi Qar  Iraq  Iraq torture 'worse after Saddam'  Iraq  Kidnap victims used as bombers   UN Gen. Assembly     Abbas: Israel will be recognized  Palestinian President told the General Assembly that the planned national unity government will recognize Israel Sep.22   Beirut     Hezbollah leader reappears at victory rally   Thousands of Hezbollah supporters gathered in a 'victory rally' in the southern Beirut suburbs   Gaza     Hamas rebuffs Abbas on Israel  Prime Minister Haniya: The ruling Hamas party will not join any unity government that recognizes Israel  Vatican  Pope invites Muslim envoys to meeting  Baghdad  Four dozen bodies found  UN  Rice: Time running out for Darfur Sep.23   Baghdad   Bomb kills 35 as they shop for Ramadan
  The leader of the Ansar al-Sunna network, aligned with al Qaeda, had been arrested
Sep.24   Baghdad     PM calls for Ramadan unity   Nouri Maliki has urged Iraqis to use the Muslim holy month to set aside their differences and seek national unity  Washington  U.S. report: Iraq war fueled terror threat   Somalia   Islamists seized port of Kismayo  Islamist fighters have advanced to the outskirts of the only port outside their control in central and southern Somalia  Baghdad  Saddam lawyers to boycott trial Sep.25   Baghdad     Hussein ordered from courtroom  Former Iraqi president expelled from court after arguing with judge  Basra  Senior militant killed   Southern Iraq   Terrorist who escaped U.S. custody killed  British forces killed Omar Farouq, an al Qaeda leader who had escaped from a prison in Afghanistan   Somalia   PM warns of terror threat   Interim prime minister Ghedi has asked for international help against the 'terrorist' expansion in the country  Beirut  Hariri 'killed by suicide bomber'  Somalia  Islamists will 'defend' Somalia Sep.26   Baghdad     Hussein again ejected from trial  For the third time in a week, former Iraqi leader was ejected from the courtroom for disrupting his genocide trial  Southern Lebanon  'Million bomblets' in S Lebanon   Washington   Iraq war fuels terror - US report
  Declassified parts of a report: The Iraq conflict has become a 'cause celebre' for Islamic militants worldwide
 UN  U.N. may be part of Darfur compromise Sep.27   Baghdad 77 bodies found in Baghdad this week  Saudi Arabia  Saudis to fence to block Iraq's terrorists Sep.28   Iraq Terror tape: 4,000 foreign fighters killed Sep.29   Baghdad   Hussein judge brother-in-law shot dead  Gunmen have shot dead Kadhim Abdel Hussein, the brother-in-law of the new chief judge in the trial   Somalia Islamic militias to unite   Baghdad     Total curfew declared in capital  The Iraqi government has declared an immediate curfew, to run until Sunday morning   Arab Countries     Al Qaeda No. 2: Bush a liar,   Ayman al-Zawahiri released a videotape accusing the U.S. president of being a 'deceitful charlatan'   Washington Journalist: Bush 'concealing Iraq violence' Sep.30   Southern Lebanon   Last Israeli soldier withdraws
  The last Israeli soldier left Lebanon, more than a month after a U.N. resolution ended the 34-day war
  Baghdad Curfew ends; bomb plot uncovered