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Scoop Link: Twenty-seven people were killed and another 193 were injured in Baghdad and its suburbs on Thursday morning, Iraqi Information Minister Muhammad Sa'id al-Sahhaf told a news briefing. See… 27 killed in Baghdad on Thursday morning

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US-led forces continued their advance to the power seat of Saddam Hussein's government and are "closing in on Baghdad", said US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld on 3 April. He warned, however, that there "likely will be difficult days ahead" as the operation focuses on the Iraqi capital. Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen Richard Myers added: "There is still much work to be done, and there is no doubt that some of it is going to be very, very difficult."


US Patriot missile downs second coalition fighter

27 killed in Baghdad on Thursday morning

Green-Card Soldiers Get Posthumous U.S. Citizenship

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U.S. Puts Secretive Special Forces in Spotlight

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