Monday, September 06, 2004


One day.

09/06/04 AP: Injured soldiers battle new foe
Lance Cpl. Ian Anderson of Spokane was a gung-ho Marine who was shot five times while serving his country in Iraq. Now he is an embittered 23-year-old coping with his wounds, angry at his medical care ...

09/06/04 Pakistantimes: Woman Killed, 7 Wounded in northern-Iraq clash
A woman was killed and seven other people wounded Sunday in a fierce clash which broke out late Sunday after a US convoy was ambushed in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, police said.

09/06/04 Reuters: Ransom demand for French hostages
A statement posted on a Web site purportedly by an Iraqi group which says it is holding two French hostages has set a $5 million (2.8 million pound) ransom and a 48-hour deadline for its demands to be met.

09/06/04 AP: Woman slain, daughter wounded
GUNMEN shot and killed a Norwegian woman married to an Iraqi Kurd in northern Iraq and slightly wounded her daughter, a police officer said today.

09/06/04 Reuters: Four Iraqi police officers killed in blast
Four police officers were killed when guerrillas fired rocket-propelled grenades (RPG) and mortars at their 12-car convoy on Saturday. The chief of the Hurriya police station and several others were also wounded

09/06/04 Centcom: 2 Deaths, 16 Wounded Confirmed from September 5th
Two 13th COSCOM Soldiers are dead and 16 are injured as the result of a mortar attack on a multi-national force base near Baghdad around 6 p.m. September 5.

09/06/04 AP: Car Bomb Near Fallujah Kills 7 Marines
A massive car bomb exploded on the outskirts of Fallujah on Monday, killing seven U.S. Marines and wounding several others, a U.S. military official said.

09/06/04 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: John N. Mallery / Civilian worker killed in Iraq
John N. Mallery, a 1994 graduate of Mt. Lebanon Senior High School who had spent the past 18 months in Iraq working for private companies, was killed Saturday when militants attacked his vehicle with small arms fire.

09/06/04 BBC: US soldiers killed in Iraq ambush
One report suggests up to six troops were killed and several more were hurt in what may have been a car bombing.

09/06/04 AAP: Marines dead in Fallujah ambush
AT LEAST six US marines were killed and several others wounded today in an attack on a military convoy near the militant Iraqi stronghold of Fallujah, witnesses and US military sources said.
Thanks to and for continuing to follow this entire senseless tragedy, when the rest of the country has apparently forgotten that Iraq even exists.