Monthly Archives: January 2008

Trial Goes on Against Accused Iraqi Spy

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By GREG RISLING LOS ANGELES (AP) — A former Iraqi intelligence officer identified documents in federal court Wednesday bearing the name of an Iraqi-born American citizen accused of working in the United States as a spy for former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.…

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In Iraq, Christians say they are dwindling

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Avak V. Asadourian, archbishop of the Armenian Church of Iraq, told Ecumenical News International that Christians are fleeing Iraq. Christians make up less than 3 percent of the country of 27.5 million.…

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Accused Worker for Saddam on Trial in LA

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — An Iraqi-born American citizen collected intelligence on Assyrian groups in the United States for former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein without notifying government officials here,…

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Iraq progress: sales of liquor

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Hazim al-Shara BAGHDAD — Business is once again brisk at Mazin George’s shop in central Baghdad. Until a few months ago, he was afraid that he would be a target for insurgents if he opened his store.…

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Take the power back!

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Edward I. Baba 2008. A new year often means new beginnings. Keeping that in mind, we must refresh and cleanse ourselves of our past mistakes and misfortunes and start with a fresh slate. With that said, we must begin to pinpoint our problems in order to better…

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Christians in Iraq Pray for Unity

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(23 Jan 08 – RV) Christians from the Chaldean Catholic and Assyrian Church of the East have been joining together in prayer this week for greater unity in the faith…

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Australia Day awards

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SPORTING accomplishments shone through at Fairfield Council’s Australia Day achievement certificate ceremony on Monday.…

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