July 2005

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Britain and Ireland - Canada - Hong Kong and Macao - Australia & NZ - India - US

Deaths in July

July 29: Pat McCormick
July 26: Alexander Golitzen
July 20: James Doohan
July 18: William Westmoreland
July 17: Geraldine Fitzgerald
July 17: Edward Heath
July 2: Ernest Lehman
July 1: Luther Vandross

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42 Iraqis reported killed in insurgency-related violence 67 people reported injured in four bombings - three in the northern town of Hawija and one in Baghdad 3 US soldiers killed, 1 foreign hostage take 40 foreign hostages believed to be alive in detention 20 suspected insurgents captured in Tal Afar 8,000 Iraqi troops, 30,000 US troops operating in Baghdad 1,800,000 barrels of oil produced 25 percent of Iraqis completely dependent on government food hand-outs 50 percent of Iraqis with no access to safe drinking water.

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