On the front in northern Iraq, US war commander General Tommy Franks is reporting the destruction of a terrorist facility.
During his briefing on Sunday, General Franks said coalition forces are now at the camp after destroying it in the last 48 hours.
General Franks did not give specifics but Washington accuses Ansar al-Islam militants in northern Iraq of working to make chemical weapons with the help of the al-Qaida terror network.
Kurdish fighters from northern Iraq have also been fighting against Ansar al-Islam militants. A US military official is quoted as saying 130 bodies of suspected Ansar al-Islam militants were found following the fighting.
Kurdish fighters say they now control several villages close to the northwestern Iranian border. Kurdish fighters have also been moving south into areas previously controlled by forces loyal to Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
Meanwhile, explosions could be heard today (Sunday) in the northern oil hub of Kirkuk, where northern Iraqi forces are apparently regrouping. U-S planes have also been bombing targets in the nearby city of Mosul.
U-S forces have been building up their positions in northern Kurdish-controlled territory before possible ground movement toward Baghdad.
In other developments, a British television reporter was found dead at a hotel in northern Iraq, but his death appears to have no direct connection to military action.