Louise Roug

Reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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Reporter for the Los Angeles Times, embedded with the 82nd Airborne in Samarra in the Sunni heartland

Louise Roug on KCRW

In Baghdad, the  United Nations announced  today that 3709 Iraqi civilians were killed in October. It's the highest monthly toll since the US-led invasion in March, 2003.

UN Cites Record-High Monthly Death Toll for Iraqi Civilians

In Baghdad, the United Nations announced today that 3709 Iraqi civilians were killed in October. It's the highest monthly toll since the US-led invasion in March, 2003.

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Iraqi President Jalal Talabani has called an emergency meeting to prevent what he warns could be "complete collapse of the government."

Warrant for Sunni Cleric Could Deepen Rift with Shiite-led Government

Iraqi President Jalal Talabani has called an emergency meeting to prevent what he warns could be "complete collapse of the government."

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American culture has spread all over the globe.  Now trade, terrorism and global warming have made the planet smaller than ever.

Today's Elections, a Referendum on President Bush and Iraq?

American culture has spread all over the globe.  Now trade, terrorism and global warming have made the planet smaller than ever.

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