Iraqi authorities say they have found the governor of Iraq's western Anbar province dead after a gunbattle between U.S. forces and insurgents who were holding him captive. A government spokesman said on Tuesday that authorities discovered the body of Governor Raja Nawaf Farhan al-Mahalawi two days ago in a house 275 kilometers northwest of Baghdad. The spokesman says the governor, who was abducted on May 10th, was likely killed by rubble that fell on him during the battle. Separately, Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari told the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday that Syria must do more to stop the flow of foriegn terrorists into neighboring Iraq. Mr. Zebari acknowledged that Syria has stopped more than 1,000 foreign fighters from entering Iraq -- but he said the efforts only confirm Baghdad's suspicions that Syria is a major transit route for insurgents.