15 February 2004 Military News
- Iraqi Police Capture Another 'Top 55' Former Regime Member AFPS 16 Feb 2004 -- Iraqi police captured another of the 55 most wanted members of Iraq's former regime today in Baghdad.
- IRAQ-OFFICIAL CAPTURED VOA 15 Feb 2004 -- A high-ranking official from Saddam Hussein's government has been arrested in Baghdad as insurgents attacked U-S military convoys.
- AFGHANISTAN/ATTACK/U-N VOA 15 Feb 2004 -- The United Nations has condemned the killing Saturday of four Afghan aid workers in an ambush in Western Afghanistan. Members of the former Taleban government are being blamed for the attack.
Defense Policy / Programs
- HAITI UNREST VOA 15 Feb 2004 -- Police in Haiti's capital dispersed a small crowd of opposition demonstrators on Sunday after they clashed with another small group of pro-government activists.
- UN/HAITI VOA 15 Feb 2004 -- U-N aid agencies are appealing to all parties involved in violence in Haiti to grant them greater access to victims. The political crisis in Haiti is taking a heavy toll on families and communities.
- ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS VOA 15 Feb 2004 -- The Palestinian Prime Minister, Ahmed Qureia, has urged the United States not to support Israel's proposal to withdraw unilaterally from Gaza and parts of the West Bank. He says the United States should maintain its backing for the international "Roadmap" to peace plan.
- BURMA/OPPOSITION VOA 15 Feb 2004 -- Burma's military government has released a senior member of the opposition National League for Democracy from jail and placed him under house arrest.
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