Latest Entry: American Pravda and New York's Sixth Crime Family     Latest Comments: Talk Back Here

« Suicide Bomber Kills Eight | Main | Bird flu claims 11th Vietnamese victim »

January 29, 2005

Two Killed at U.S. Embassy on Eve of Vote

Topics: Iraq Elections

BAGHDAD, Iraq - Iraq (news - web sites) stood on the verge of its first free election in a half-century Saturday, its borders and bridges locked down, its hopes on the line. The government urged Iraqis to vote despite their fears of violence, even as insurgents rocketed the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, killing two Americans.


(Click image to enlarge)

(...)  "Tomorrow's election will add to the momentum of democracy," Bush said in his weekly radio address from the White House. "The terrorists and those who benefited from the tyranny of Saddam Hussein (news - web sites) know that free elections will expose the emptiness of their vision."


Posted by Hyscience at January 29, 2005 6:47 PM

Articles Related to Iraq Elections: