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Complete Coverage of Zarqawi's Death

Zarqawi Was Alive After Blast — Gen. Caldwell said Friday that Zarqawi was still alive after planes dropped two 500-pounds bombs on his safehouse when Iraqi and U.S. troops arrived at the scene but died shortly after.

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Gen.: Zarqawi Was Alive After Attack

Video: Gen. Tommy Franks on Zarqawi's Death (Hannity & Colmes)

Iraq Ready for Retaliatory Attacks

The Left's Take on Zarqawi (The O'Reilly Factor)

Zarqawi Killed in Blast

Images of Dead Zarqawi OK?

White House Press Briefing

Positive Impact on Oil

How Classic Airstrike Claimed Zarqawi

Gen. Clark: End of Insurgency?

Father Jon: OK to Cheer?

Rumsfeld on Zarqawi

Zarqawi's Identity Confirmed

How Zarqawi's Death Will Impact Insurgency

Strike Against Al Qaeda

Zarqawi's House Not So Safe

Top Target Eliminated

STORIES

Zarqawi Attack Yields New Terror Intel — A U.S. Military search of the destroyed safehouse where Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was killed yields new intel for potential use against his terror network.

What's Next in Post-Zarqawi World? — With Zarqawi out of the way, nations are trying to stay a step ahead of future terrorist actions with predictions and plans for a post-Abu Musab al-Zarqawi world.

Al Qaeda Likely to Alter Marketing Efforts — With the demise of charismatic terror leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, Al Qaeda will be looking for a new sales approach in its worldwide fundraising campaigns.

Car Ban Imposed to Quell Retaliatory Attacks — Iraqi Primi Minister al-Maliki puts a ban on all vehicles in hopes of stopping reprisal attacks in the wake of Zarqawi's death.

Zarqawi Killed in Daytime Strike Abu Musab al-Zarqawi the Al Qaeda in Iraq leader who led a brutal insurgency that included homicide bombings, kidnappings and beheadings, was killed in an airstrike on a building north of Baghdad, U.S. and Iraqi officials announced Thursday.

What's Next in the Post-Zarqawi World? — Now that U.S. forces have eliminated one of the most sought-after Al Qaeda chiefs, leaders in the United States, Iraq and across the world are trying to stay a step ahead of future terrorist actions with predictions and plans for a post-Zarqawi world.

Zarqawi Death Reignites Troop Level Debate — The U.S. military's taking out al-Zarqawi earned praise from politicians across the political spectrum Thursday but also hardened positions in the debate over the timing for withdrawing U.S. troops.

Top Aids Lead U.S. to Zarqawi — Spiritual aid and deputy to Zarqawi unknowingly led Iraqi and U.S. forces to Zarqawi when he visited Al Qaeda in Iraq's top commander at their safe house.

Victim's Brother: Zarqawi Will 'Rot in Hell' — Brother of man who was beheaded by said Zarqawi was an "evil man," while Zarqawi's own brother said he is "on his way to paradise."

President Bush: Zarqawi Has Met His End — Iraqi and U.S. forces have "delivered justice to the most wanted terrorist in Iraq," Bush said of the death of Zarqawi. Raw Data: Bush's Comments | Video: Bush Calls Death 'Severe Blow' | Video: Bush Learns of Zarqawi's Death

U.S. Optimistic After Zarqawi's Death — The United States was encouraged by news of Zarqawi's death but says there is still a long way to go before terror operations and violence stop in Iraq.

Life of Terrorist Started as Thug in Jordan The life of the 39-year-old terrorist started as a thug in Jordan before he masterminded the worst attacks, kidnappings and beheadings of the Iraq insurgency as the leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq.

Dad of Beheaded Contractor: Death Will Foster More Death The father of slain hostage Nicholas Berg spoke out against Zarqawi's death, saying it will only lead to more violence in Iraq. The pacifist running for office in Delaware says the death of the man responsible for his son's murder won't bring him closure.

Jordan Leads U.S. to Zarqawi — Jordanian official says birth country of slain terrorist Zarqawi gave the United States key information that lead to his demise.

World Leaders React to Zarqawi's Death — World leaders from Iraq, the United States, Britain, Afghanistan, NATO and Israel react to the death of Al Qaeda in Iraq leader.

Oil Prices Fall on News of Zarqawi's Death — Oil fell below $70 a barrel after U.S. aircraft killed Zarqawi, raising faint hopes for a letup on attacks targeting Iraq's wrecked oil industry.

Zarqawi's Brother: Family Expected His Death — Terrorist's kin weren't surprised by his death, Zarqawi's brother said, and they'd expected his "martyrdom" for a long time.

News of Death Traveled Fast in Middle East — Word of Zarqawi's death moved fast through the Middle East, starting with Iraq's prime minister announcing the news on Iraqi television stations.

Speakout! Is Zarqawi's Death a Turning Point in Iraq?

BLOGS

Zarqawi's Brand of Evil — By FOX New's Steve Harrigan.

Zarqawi is Dead; Should We Rejoice? — By FOX News contributor Father Jonathan.

PHOTOS

Photo Essay: Zarqawi Dies in Blast