Posted April, 16 2012 at 21:06:47 to Reports
Negotiations in Iraq ceasefire began. The talks were held between government officials and supporters of radical Shiite leader Moqtada Sadr. A representative of Shiites said the negotiations "are going in the right direction," but declined further information. Shortly before the Iraqi government asked the Shiite rebels to disarm, but they categorically refused. Serious fighting began in Baghdad, Basra and Karbala, as in many other cities on March 25.
Government forces acting in support of American and British aviation. So far died within 5 days more than 230 people in Baghdad and Basra and was introduced commandant hour.