Monday, December 19, 2005

Sunni Muslim leaders in Iraq's violent Anbar province say they are ready to cooperate with the United States.
They are seeking to extend a temporary truce honored by most insurgent groups for last week's elections but say they want the United States to reduce military raids and increase development projects for their vast desert province, The Washington Times reports.
By the way, I didn't watch Bush's speech from the Oval Office live -it was at 3am European time and I was sound asleep- but did this morning; he did a good job. If you're interested, at Pajamas Media there's a big blog roundup.

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