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Photos of abused prisoners in Al-Ghraib enrage Arabs, prompt worldwide outcry
New Iraqi flag outrages Iraqis, who say it looks like the flag of Israel

Chalabi says he will oppose any UN-created transitional government
Cheney cut many of the defense programs he says Kerry opposed
Amway-like Bush campaign local structures

Sinclair Broadcasting refuses to air Nightline segment honoring US war dead
Lynndie England with Iraqi prisoners
One of the most infamous pictures from Abu Ghraib, showing US soldier Lynndie England mocking the nudity of Iraqi prisoners.
Marines leave Fallujah to Iraqi army unit control
Bush administration has five times more agents tracking Fidel Castro than Osama bin Laden
California decertifies hundreds of electronic voting machines and charges Diebold with fraud