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09/23/2003 Archived Entry: "Bit of Iraq"
U.S. soldiers in Iraq shrug at Bush's U.N. speech
Al-Jazeera, Al-Arabiya banned from reporting for two weeks
U.S. military spokesman says American forces not responsible for wedding party shooting
Millions of Iraqis Desperately Hungry
About 60 percent of the Iraqi population is unemployed and depends largely on public food rations.
the U.N. food aid agency, said nearly half of Iraq's 26.3 million people are estimated to be in need
of humanitarian aid.
Report outlines the 87 billion dollar cost of Iraq plan
Guerrilla weapons reported in mosques
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grain of salt: this sotry is from WorldNetDaily
"They say they [remnants of Saddam Hussein's regime] are hiding arms in mosques,
hiding stuff under mosques, hiding stuff in basements of mosques or storage
rooms in mosques," added Franke, who recently returned to Iraq as a contractor.
"They say they stashed small missiles, weapons and ammunition inside the mosques
stuff that would be a super no-no under the Geneva Convention, but they don't care."
ProZ.com: Translators: Stephen Franke