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  Car bomb shakes Basra  At least 3 Iraqi civilians killed as a British military convoy was passing   Car bombs in Basra kill 68
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Iraqis protest against poll plans
  Blair visits Iraq, praises troops

January 2004 ... more > Top ^
  British Prime Minister has made an unannounced day-long visit to troops in Basra
  Tens of thousands of Shia Muslims have protested in the city of Basra against US plans for the handover of power

March 2004 ... more > Top ^

April 2004 ... more > Top ^
  Several car bombings at 4 police targets killed at least 68 -- including 18 schoolchildren
Apr.22   Basra buries its dead  Mourners are burying dozens of people killed in simultaneous car bombings

May 2004 ... more > Top ^
May.7   UK troops clash with Basra gunmen
  Hundreds of militiamen loyal to radical Shia cleric Moqtada Sadr have clashed with British troops
May.8   2 Iraqis die in Basra clashes  Supporters of radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr clashed with coalition troops

August 2004 ... more > Top ^
Aug.13   British journalist freed in Basra
  James Brandon, 23, was set free after aides to militant Muqtada al-Sadr demanded his release

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Sep.28   Two UK soldiers killed in Basra
  2 armored Land Rovers and a logistics vehicle were traveling in a convoy when they were attacked

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