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someone once said that dreams are
the realities of another dimension
and that difficult to tell them apart.
i think that may be true.
prologue. click click click strikes back.
The United States has admitted responsibility for striking a civilian bus
inside Western Iraq but added that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein?s
government bears ultimate responsibility for the episode because of its
non-compliance with UN resolutions, according to a military spokesman at
US Central Command in Doha, Qatar. Five Syrians were killed and 10 were
hurt when a US missile struck the bus in Rutba, western Iraq, as it was
returning to neighboring Syria on Sunday morning, the Syrian Arab News
Agency SANA reported. The bus was carrying 37 Syrians when it was struck
as it drove through Rutba, 160 kilometres (100 miles) from the border, it
said. "Unfortunately yesterday (Sunday) coalition forces destroyed a
civilian bus during targeting of a bridge on the Iraqi side of the Syrian
border," a US military spokesman said in a statement at the coalition's
forward command headquarters in Qatar. "The bridge was in the process of
being hit by munitions when the civilian bus attempted to cross. The bus
stopped on the bridge and was hit by munitions already released prior to
the bus approaching the bridge," he said.
chapter one. how to introduce yourself?
Following is the official list of American military personnel killed in
Operation Iraqi Freedom as of 10 a.m. EDT Friday: April 8: Army Cpl.
Henry L. Brown, 22, of Natchez, Miss. Died of wounds received from an
enemy rocket attack south of Baghdad. Assigned to Headquarters and
Headquarters Company, 1st Battalion, 64th Field Artillery Regiment, Fort
Stewart, Ga. Marine Pfc. Juan Guadalupe Garza Jr., 20, of Temperance,
Mich. Killed in combat. Assigned to the 1st Battalion, 4th Marine
Regiment, 1st Marine Division, Camp Pendleton, Calif. Army Pfc. Jason M.
Meyer, 23, of Swartz Creek, Mich. Killed in action in Iraq. Assigned to
B Company, 11th Engineer Battalion, Fort Stewart, Ga. Air Force Staff
Sgt. Scott D. Sather, 29, of Clio, Mich. Killed in action in Iraq.
Assigned to the 24th Special Tactics Squadron, Pope Air Force Base, N.C.
Army Staff Sgt. Robert A. Stever, 36, of Pendleton, Ore. Killed in
action by enemy fire in Iraq. Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters
Company, 3rd Battalion, 15th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division, Ft.
Stewart, Ga. April 7: Marine Lance Cpl. Andrew Julian Aviles, 18, of
Palm Beach, Fla. Killed in central Iraq when an enemy artillery round
struck the Amphibious Assault Vehicle in which he was riding. Assigned to
the 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion, 4th Marine Division, Tampa, Fla.
Army Staff Sgt. Lincoln Hollinsaid, 27, of Malden, Ill. Killed in a
grenade attack. Assigned to B Company, 11th Engineer Battalion, Fort
Stewart, Ga. Army 2nd Lt. Jeffrey J. Kaylor, 24, of Clifton, Va.
Killed in action in Iraq. Assigned to C Battery, 39th Field Artillery
Battalion, Fort Stewart, Ga. Marine Cpl. Jesus Martin Antonio Medellin,
21, of Fort Worth, Texas. Killed in central Iraq when an enemy artillery
round struck the Amphibious Assault Vehicle in which he was riding.
Assigned to the 3rd Assault Amphibian Battalion, 1st Marine Division, Camp
Pendleton, Calif. Army Pfc. Anthony S. Miller, 19, of San Antonio.
Killed by enemy indirect fire in Iraq. Assigned to Headquarters and
Headquarters Company, 3rd Infantry Division, 2nd Brigade, Fort Stewart,
Ga. Army Spc. George A. Mitchell, 35, of Rawlings, Md. Died of wounds
received from an enemy rocket attack south of Baghdad. Assigned to
Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 3rd Infantry Division, 2nd Brigade
Combat Team, Fort (...)
welcome party people. madwizards amiga after few weeks of silence are back
and present to the audience FATE FITS KARMA. the demo or so called modern
fable about my own temptation". occassionally it is our contribution to
the amiga demo competition at breakpoint'03 held in bingen, germany on the
easter time, april 018th to 021st of 2003.
chapter two. who are you?
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar