Friday, April 11

You can count on FOX News Channel's international team of reporters to be where the action is. We've put together the best of the day's reports — all in one place — so you can easily stay on top of the latest developments in the Gulf.

Check back throughout the day for updates. And if you're looking for an earlier report, check out our tracker archive.

Correspondent: Chris Kline
Location: Mosul, Iraq

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The Northern Iraqi city of Mosul is being secured by allied Special Forces and Kurdish military
Correspondent: Rick Leventhal
Location: Embedded with 23rd Marines

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Did Saddam's regime use trucks to transport weapons of mass destruction throughout Iraq?
Correspondent: Oliver North
Location: Embedded with 1st Marine Expedition Force

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Iraqis in Baghdad want to help Marines hunt down "foreigners" who are there to wage war against coalition forces
Correspondent: Steve Harrigan
Location: Baghdad, Iraq

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A convoy of journalists receives very mixed greetings from the citizens of Baghdad, including some hostile fire
Correspondent: Geraldo Rivera
Location: Embedded with the 101st Airborne

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Geraldo Rivera shows us an abandoned weapons depot in Iraq
Correspondent: Jonathan Hunt
Location: Kuwait City

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Saddam Hussein's luxury yacht is found adrift; having been peppered with coalition bombs
Correspondent: Heather Nauert
Location: Amman, Jordan

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Signs of a fallen regime in Baghdad as looting continues in the capital
Correspondent: Amy Kellogg
Location: St. Petersburg, Russia

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Russia, France and Germany meet in Moscow to discuss their roles in reconstruction process in Iraq
Correspondent: Adam Housley
Location: Kuwait City

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Coalition forces find a stash of Iraqi surface-to-surface missiles
Correspondent: David Lee Miller
Location: CENTCOM HQ, Qatar

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U.S. Central Command produces a 55-card deck of playing cards featuring members of the Iraqi leadership