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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 25, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A HERALDZEITUNG January 2007 FROM From The Associated Press CLEVELAND ELECTION WORKERS CONVICTED OF RIG GING 04 PRESIDEN TIAL RECOUNT election workers were convicted Wednesday of rigging a recount of the 2004 presidential election to avoid a more thorough review in Ohios most populous Jacqueline elections coordinator of the Cuyahoga County Elections and bal lot manager Kathleen Dreamer each were con victed of a felony count of negligent misconduct of an elections Prosecutors accused Maiden and Dreamer of secretly reviewing prese lected ballots before a public recount on Defense attorney Roger Synenberg has said the workers were following procedures as they understood Iraq IRAQI TROOPS CLASH NEW DETAILS EMERGE ABOUT HELI COPTER CRASH and Iraqi troops battled Sunni insurgents hiding in highrise buildings on I laifa Street in Baghdad on with snipers on roofs taking aim at gunmen in open windows as Apache attack helicopters hov ered Iraq said 30 militants were killed and 27 New details also emerged about the down ing of a private secu rity company helicopter on with and Iraqi officials saying four of five Americans who died in the incident were THEY SAID IT It took all those years but they finally got Bobby cousin of one of two black men killed in a 1964 A white former sheriffs deputy once thought to be dead was arrested Wednesday in connection with the Senators bash Bushs Iraq plans WASIIINGTON AP In a calculat ed snub of President the Demo craticcontrolled Senate Foreign Rela tions Committee dismissed plans for a troop buildup in Iraq on Wednesday as not in the national interest of the United The president has made his deci Vice President Dick Cheney fired a response that made it clear the administration would go ahead We need to get the job The committee 129 along par ty capped hours of debate in which Republicans and Democrats vented their frustration and anger both with the administration and their own past unwillingness to change the course of a war that has claimed the lives of more than There is no This is a ping pong game with American said Republican Chuck Hagel of This Congress was never meant to be a rubber added Bar bara Read the Consti The Congress has the power to declare And on multiple occa we used our power to end con Hagel was the only one of 10 com mittee Republicans to support the nonbinding Several of the panels 11 Democrats said they favored stronger legislation to register their opposition to the In the wake of midterm election Bush announced two weeks that he would order an additional troops into the war In Tuesday nights State of the Union he implored skeptical law makers to give the strategy a Israeli president rejects charges New Orleans schools in need v A T A T t ri T i A ml I 1 fc JERUSALEM AP Shak ing with Israeli President Moshe Kalsav rebuffed grow ing calls for his resignation saying accusa tions he committed rape and other crimes were poison horrible lies that were part of a broad conspiracy against Katsav asked parliament to temporarily suspend him from office while he fought to clear his But momen tum was building for lawmak ers to open unprecedented impeachment proceedings against the and top including Prime Min ister Ehud urged Kat sav to stop clinging to office and allow the nation to Under these there is no doubt in my mind that the president cannot con tinue to fulfill his position and he must leave the presidents Olmert Impeachment requires a threefourths majority in par and analysts said that might be difficult to In a majority in a parlia mentary committee could approve Katsavs request to stand down The a mainly ceremonial was tradi tionally filled by statesmen and national heroes who were expected to serve as the moral light of the Accusa tions that Katsav used his position to force himself on female employees have infuri ated NEW ORLEANS AP Wanted Idealistic teachers looking for a Peace 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