(Source: USA Today, updated 7:10 pm ET, April
Spot 1: U.S. plane bombs allied convoy
A convoy of allied Kurdish fighters and
U.S. Special Forces was bombed by U.S. warplanes southeast of Erbil. At least 18
people were killed and more than 45 wounded, including senior Kurdish
commanders, Kurdish officials said.
Spot 2: British forces push into Basra
British forces made their deepest push yet
into Basra, with a column of 40 armored personnel carriers rolling into the
country's second-biggest city after a series of strikes on Saddam Hussein's
For the first time, British forces have set
up checkpoints in the city.
Spot 3: Residents say they won't cooperate
Although coalition forces have complete
control of the city, many residents say they won't cooperate.
Spot 4: Exiles arrive
More than 500 soldiers of the Iraqi
National Congress, an opposition group in exile, were airlifted into Iraq to
help marines find paramilitary fighters.
Spot 5: Fierce fighting reported
About 500 paramilitary Fedayeen fighters
ambushed soldiers from the Army's 101st Airbrne Division in and around this holy
Spot 6: U.S. claims to find suspected terrotist training camp
U.S. forces searching a suspected terrorist
training camp claimed to find obstacle courses, gas masks, and the shell of
a passenger jet.
They also sifted throuth the Republican
Guard's 2nd Corps Headquarters, coming away with parts of computers and what Lt.
Col. Michael Belcher called "critical documents" regarding "ememy weapons and
Baghdad : U.S.
marines encounter sporadic firefights
The U.S. Marines 7th Infantry battling five
miles south of Baghdad engaged Iraqi fighters in sporadic firefights.
Central Command said Sunday that 2,000 to
3,000 Iraqis were killed during Saturday's incursion into southern
A Marine battalion overran a Republican
Guard headquarters and seized one of Saddam's palaces south of the
Downtown Baghdad: U.S. plane lands at airport
A C-130 cargo plane landed late Sunday, the
first known U.S. airpcraft to arrive in the Iraqi capital since the airfield
fell into U.S. hands.
Despite sporadic attacks remnants of the
special Republican Guard, U.S. forces have control over the airport.
U.S. troops continue to search tunnel
underneath the airfield for Iraqi soldier hiding out of