INJURED. GIULIANA SGRENA, 56, Italian journalist abducted in Baghdad in early February; by gunfire from U.S. soldiers guarding a checkpoint, who shot at the car taking her to the airport after her release; in Baghdad. Nicola Calipari, an intelligence officer who had negotiated her release, was killed in trying to protect her. Pentagon officials said the soldiers had not been informed of the release and had signaled in vain for the car to stop. U.S. President George W. Bush expressed "regret" for the attack, while a stunned Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said, "We were turned to stone," by the news....

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