Iraq: April 24, 2003


Four more of "Saddam's Most Wanted" have been arrested. Now eleven of the 55 men on the list have been taken. Cash rewards and hatred for the former government have made it difficult for Saddam's key aides to find a place to hide. This despite the fact that Saddam's henchmen have plenty of cash to pay for protection.

The coalition now has 150,000 troops inside Iraq. Contractors have survey teams in the country estimating exactly what equipment, material and manpower will be needed to rebuild the country's infrastructure (which has been largely neglected since Saddam began his foreign wars in 1980.)




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