7 June 2004 Events in Iraq
16.15 Washington. RICE: "NEW US SECURITY COUNCIL VOTE ON IRAQ TO TAKE PLACE WITHIN THE NEXT 2 DAYS" But Russia says there are still details which must be ironed out.
15.50 Baghdad. BADR BRIGADES GENERAL ASSASSINATED. Shi'ite General Faisal Shahe of the Badr Brigades was assassinated in Baghdad. Badr Brigades are the militant wing of SCIRI.
15.05 Al Qumah. DANISH FORCES ATTACKED. Danish patrol came under light arms fire in Al Qumah. No one injured in the attack.
13.44 Kufa. Three Iraqis, including one woman, were killed and 12 wounded in explosion of a weapons stockpile near a Kufa mosque. The tomb of a religious leader was damaged.
12.45 Baghdad. NINE MITITIAS AGREE TO DISBAND. They are: 1) Democratic Party of Kurdistan, 2) Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), 3) Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI)/Badr Brigades, 4) Al Dawa, 5) Iraqi Hezbollah, 6) Iraqi Islamic Party, 7)Iraqi National Accord, 8) National Iraqi Council and 9) Iraq Communist Party . There are approximately 100 armed militias in Iraq. The Al Sadr Militia did not initial the agreement.
11.39 Kufa. MORTARS FIRED AT US BASE. A serious of explosions shook the US base in Kufa.
10.44 Baquba. BOMB EXPLODES IN FRONT OF INTERPRETER'S HOME.
10.23 Kirkuk. THREE ARABS ASSASSINATED. Shamal Mohieddin, 45 anni, a former Baath Party official was killed in his home in the Hussein district by masked men. Sattar and Basek Saleh, aged 25 and 28 were found dead in the Kurdish suburb of al-Urubawith their hands bound behind their back. Reports say they had been kidnapped by a Kurdish militia
09.21 Moscow. UN RESOLUTION, RUSSIA SAYS IT'S INCOMPLETE. Russian Vice Minister Yuri Fedotov made the announcement.
09.06 Baghdad. US SOLDIER KILLED NEAR BAGHDAD. Mortar fire kills soldier in US camp near Baghdad. Victim belonged to the XIII Logistical Corps.
09.00 Seoul. SOUTH KOREA TO SEND FRESH TROOPS TO IRAQ 3,600 men to join contingent in Arbil, Kurdistan.
08.50 New York. UN, 4TH DRAFT OF RESOLUTION ON IRAQ PRESENTED BY US AND BRITAIN.