Nephew of Dhari Ali al-Fayadh cries next to wreckage left after suicide bomber killed member of Parliament near Baghdad, Iraq Tuesday, June 28, 2005
Thousands of people have turned out in a town near Baghdad for the funeral of slain Shi'ite lawmaker Dhari al-Fayadh, who was killed Tuesday along with his son and three bodyguards.

Thousands marched in a solemn procession in Rashidiya, located 30 kilometers northeast of Baghdad, to mourn the second slain Shi'ite member of parliament.

In Baghdad, a former Iraqi minister of electricity who claimed he represents an insurgent group listed several demands for U.S. forces. Ayham al-Samarie called for a timetable of between one and three years for the complete withdrawal of U.S. forces. He also called for a halt to military offensives against insurgents, and he demanded continued rebuilding of the Iraqi army.

U.S. officials recently said they have held talks with insurgent groups, but reported no breakthroughs.

Some information for this report provided by AP.