And the good news from Iraq continues:
Thirty bodies were found Sunday in a grave south of Baghdad, Iraqi forces said.
Iraqi commandos were led to the grave in the Owerij industrial district in southern Baghdad after interrogating insurgents detained in a raid earlier in the day, Col. Selam al-Maamuri of the Interior Ministry said.
The grave, which al-Maamuri estimated was 10 to 14 days old, included the bodies of two women. Al-Maamuri did not identify the dead or say how they were killed.
One insurgent was killed in the raid early Sunday that led to the grave and 13 others were detained, including an Egyptian and a Sudanese man, al-Maamuri said. Some of the detained men confessed to dumping bodies in the grave, he said.
While this is more of the depressing same, I bolded the part that I find particularly interesting. It would be nice to know what the real status of the Iraqi forces currently is, and how long it is going to take to get them to a point where they are capable of providing some semblance of security.