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Stories for Thursday, Jan. 2:
• Iraq criticized the U.N. Security Council on Thursday for adopting a U.S.-backed resolution that tightens controls on imports to Iraq, saying the measure would inflict "deliberate damage and harm to our people." The resolution, passed Monday by a 13-0 vote with Russia and Syria abstaining, puts new limits on purchases of certain communications equipment and antibiotics which the United States and Britain said could be used by the Iraqi military in a war. Retired Major James Blackwell, Army reacts.
• Bureau stepping up search for expanding group of foreign-born men it believes may have entered the U.S. illegally over the Canadian border around Christmas. The officials, some of whom work in law enforcement, told The Associated Press on Tuesday night the government has identified several more men it fears may have used fake passports to get into the country around or after Christmas Eve. Peter Brookes, former deputy assistant secretary of defense has more on this story.
• Last month a judge delayed the sentencing Friday for David Westerfield, the man convicted of kidnapping and killing 7-year-old Danielle van Dam in the first of a string of recent high-profile child abductions across the country. Judge William Mudd set the new sentencing for Jan. 3. The jury that convicted Westfield recommended he die by lethal injection. Fox News legal analyst Lis Wiehl will weigh in…
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