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Sunday  March 30, 2003

Three generations of bombers hit target in Baghdad - 3/30/03 11:37 PM
An airstrike in Baghdad for the first time involved three generations of U.S. long-range bombers -- the Cold War workhorse B-52, the controversial B-1 and the delta-wing stealth B-2 -- firing at the same time at the same target, U.S. Central Command said.
Journalist Peter Arnett tells state-run Iraqi TV that American war plan has failed - 3/30/03 11:34 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- Journalist Peter Arnett, covering the war from Baghdad, told state-run Iraqi TV in an interview aired Sunday that the American-led coalition's first war plan had failed because of Iraq's resistance and said strategists are "trying to write another war plan."
Like the march to Baghdad, efforts to win Iraqi trust advance in cautious steps - 3/30/03 10:47 PM
Allied soldiers inched toward Baghdad on Sunday and killed or captured about 150 paramilitary fighters in a southern stronghold, trying at every turn to root out loyalists of Saddam Hussein and stay safe from those who may be combatants in disguise.
Holy city of Najaf encircled _ dangerous, sensitive and crucial - 3/30/03 10:31 PM
NEAR NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. Army encircled the Shiite holy city of Najaf on Sunday and said it killed about 100 paramilitary fighters and captured about 50 Iraqis.
Massive armada of U.S. bombers strikes Baghdad; Iraq's Information Ministry hit - 3/30/03 10:07 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. warplanes, including a massive armada of long-range bombers, pounded leadership positions in Baghdad, and missiles ignited a fire that raged before dawn Monday at the Iraqi Information Ministry.
Helicopter crashes in southern Iraq; three American servicemen killed - 3/30/03 9:57 PM
SOUTHERN IRAQ (AP) -- A Marine UH-1 Huey helicopter crashed Sunday at a forward supply and refueling point in southern Iraq, killing three U.S. servicemen and injuring one, the U.S. military said.
NJ corporal among U.S. soliders killed by checkpoint bomber - 3/30/03 9:46 PM
Journalist Peter Arnett tells state-run Iraqi TV that American war plan has failed - 3/30/03 9:07 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- Journalist Peter Arnett, covering the war from Baghdad, told state-run Iraqi TV in an interview aired Sunday that the American-led coalition's first war plan had failed because of Iraq's resistance and said strategists are "trying to write another war plan."
Thousands of protesters hit streets in Philadelphia, L.A.; scattered demonstrations elsewhere - 3/30/03 9:01 PM
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- War protesters blocked traffic and some were pepper-sprayed and arrested during a snowy demonstration in Pittsburgh on Sunday, while thousands of protesters marched through Philadelphia in a cold rain.
Iraq rewards family of suicide attacker who killed four Americans - 3/30/03 8:37 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq gave $34,000 to the family of an Iraqi army officer who killed four U.S. soldiers in a suicide attack, and the leader of the militant group Islamic Jihad said Sunday its volunteers had gone to Baghdad for similar bombing missions against the "American invasion."
NJ corporal among U.S. soliders killed by checkpoint bomber - 3/30/03 8:34 PM
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) -- A corporal from New Jersey was among four U.S. soldiers killed in a suicide bomber's attack on an Army checkpoint, an Army spokesman at Fort Monmouth said Sunday.
Thousands of protesters hit streets in Philadelphia, L.A.; scattered demonstrations elsewhere - 3/30/03 8:16 PM
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- War protesters blocked traffic and some were pepper-sprayed and arrested during a snowy demonstration in Pittsburgh on Sunday, while thousands of protesters marched through Philadelphia in a cold rain.
Two U.S. soldiers survive a week lost in the desert - 3/30/03 7:55 PM
NORTHERN KUWAIT (AP) -- They gave away much of their food to Iraqis. They drew "SOS" in the sand. One of them passed the time writing poems to his wife back home.
Iraqi Shiites in Iran await Saddam's fall - 3/30/03 7:51 PM
Thousands of Iraqi Shiites who fled into Iran to escape repression by Saddam Hussein are poised to return home if he is dethroned, with some bringing extra baggage: strong anti-American sentiment.
Airstrikes target Iraq's Information Ministry - 3/30/03 7:48 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Fire raged yards away from a shopping mall named for Saddam Hussein's birthday, pouring smoke into the sky after a pre-dawn airstrike Monday targeted the Iraqi Information Ministry.
Corporal from NJ among U.S. soliders killed by checkpoint suicide bomber - 3/30/03 7:13 PM
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) -- A corporal from New Jersey was among four U.S. soldiers killed in a suicide bomber's attack on an Army checkpoint, an Army spokesman at Fort Monmouth said Sunday.
Holy city of Najaf encircled _ dangerous, sensitive and crucial - 3/30/03 7:12 PM
NEAR NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- The 101st Airborne Division encircled the Shiite holy city of Najaf on Sunday, preparing for a possible door-to-door battle to root out Saddam Hussein's fighters -- but leery of damaging some of the faith's most sacred shrines.
Like the march to Baghdad, efforts to win Iraqi trust advance in cautious steps - 3/30/03 7:04 PM
Allied soldiers inched toward Baghdad on Sunday and pressed their campaign on a southern redoubt of Saddam Hussein loyalists, trying at every turn to gain trust from Iraqi citizens and stay safe from those who may be combatants in disguise.
Iraqi capital targeted in overnight strikes - 3/30/03 6:25 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- After yet another night of massive explosions, 70-year-old Adel Hussein Al-Abdali sat outside his house next door to a demolished telephone exchange office, lamenting the damage to his home.
Weather forecast for Iraq, Kuwait and Turkey - 3/30/03 6:11 PM
Monday's forecast for Iraq, Kuwait and Turkey: Baghdad -- High: 77. Partly sunny. Low: 51. Basra -- High: 87. Partly cloudy. Low: 60. Kirkuk -- High: 67. Clouds, then sun. Low: 45. Mosul -- High: 63. Clouds, then sun. Low: 38. Najaf -- High: 77. Partly sunny. Low: 50. Nasiriya -- High: 84. Partly sunny
Holy city of Najaf encircled _ dangerous, sensitive and crucial - 3/30/03 5:54 PM
NEAR NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- The 101st Airborne Division encircled the Shiite holy city of Najaf on Sunday, preparing for a possible door-to-door battle to root out Saddam Hussein's fighters -- but leery of damaging some of the faith's most sacred shrines.
Like the march to Baghdad, efforts to win Iraqi trust advance in cautious steps - 3/30/03 5:52 PM
Allied soldiers inched toward Baghdad on Sunday and pressed their campaign on a southern redoubt of Saddam Hussein loyalists, trying at every turn to gain trust from Iraqi citizens and stay safe from those who may be combatants in disguise.
Tens of thousands from Indonesia to Egypt march against war - 3/30/03 5:46 PM
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- Egyptian university students called for holy war against allied "aggression" in Iraq, and Indonesians accused America of terrorism as hundreds of thousands around the world staged more rallies Sunday denouncing the war.
Significant protests around the world Sunday - 3/30/03 5:44 PM
Demonstrations around the world Sunday related to the war in Iraq
Syria slams U.S. government, some Arab leaders for war in Iraq - 3/30/03 5:27 PM
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) -- Syria's foreign minister Sunday criticized the U.S. government for attacking Iraq, saying it was leading the American people to "catastrophe" by putting them in direct confrontation with the international community.
Unplanned detour in a mud-brick town finds the hidden impact of war - 3/30/03 5:09 PM
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) -- Bruised and bleeding, in need of medical care, the Americans stranded in Iraq's western desert approached the mud-brick town and found the hospital destroyed by bombs.
U.S. troops ready for major assault on Republican Guard units protecting Baghdad, official says - 3/30/03 5:05 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. troops are ready to launch a major assault against Iraqi Republican Guard forces protecting Baghdad, but the commanding general may wait for pressure to build on Saddam Hussein before striking, war planners said Sunday.
Israeli journalists claim mistreatment by U.S. forces in Iraq - 3/30/03 5:02 PM
JERUSALEM (AP) -- Two Israeli journalists expelled from Iraq by the U.S. military said Sunday that American troops mistreated them during 72 hours of detention, denying them food and water and making them stand overnight in the cold.
Iraqi Shiites in Iran await Saddam's fall - 3/30/03 5:00 PM
Thousands of Iraqi Shiites who fled into Iran to escape repression by Saddam Hussein are poised to return home if he is dethroned, with some bringing extra baggage: strong anti-American sentiment.
Helicopter crashes in southern Iraq; three Marines dead - 3/30/03 4:42 PM
SOUTHERN IRAQ (AP) -- A Marine UH-1 Huey helicopter crashed at a forward supply and refueling point in southern Iraq on Sunday, killing three U.S. servicemen and wounding one, the U.S. military said.
WTC family members, veterans rally to support troops - 3/30/03 4:40 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- Veterans joined family members of Sept. 11 victims for a rally in support of U.S. troops in Iraq at ground zero on Sunday.
Marines push north along "Ambush Alley," fighting Iraqis and handing out aid packets - 3/30/03 4:33 PM
SOUTH-CENTRAL IRAQ (AP) -- Thousands of Marines pushed north toward Baghdad in "seek-and-destroy" missions Sunday, trying to open the route to the Iraqi capital and stop days of attacks along the stretch that has become known as "Ambush Alley."
Maine, New Hampshire units play key role in supply line, refueling planes headed to war - 3/30/03 4:30 PM
SOMEWHERE OVER MAINE (AP) -- Lying on her belly, Master Sgt. Cheryl Martin peered out the tail of an Air National Guard refueling tanker at 32,000 feet as a massive Air Force C-17 cargo plane slowly approached from below.
Saddam reorganized chain of command before war - 3/30/03 4:24 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Saddam Hussein set up a system giving his most trusted lieutenants and local tribal leaders the power to mount a guerrilla campaign or other military measures without waiting for his orders.
A look at Shiite shrines in Iraqi cities of Najaf, Karbala - 3/30/03 4:13 PM
Some background on the Shiite shrines in the Iraqi cities of Najaf and Karbala, where U.S. forces will try to root out Iraqi soldiers without damaging the holy sites
New Jersey firm hopes to help rebuild Iraq - 3/30/03 3:59 PM
EAST ORANGE, N.J. (AP) -- A New Jersey company that has carved roads through Burma, supervised construction of an airport in Thailand and changed the currency in Afghanistan is now looking toward Iraq.
Deep splits over war in Iraq resurface in Britain - 3/30/03 3:49 PM
LONDON (AP) -- Britain's deep divisions over the war in Iraq -- pride in its soldiers, horror at the bloodshed, doubt about the justification -- surfaced Sunday in a bitter and confused debate among top politicians.
Helicopter crashes in southern Iraq; three dead - 3/30/03 3:34 PM
SOUTHERN IRAQ (AP) -- A Marine UH-1 Huey helicopter crashed at a forward supply and refueling point in southern Iraq on Sunday, killing three people aboard, the U.S. military said.
Kurdish fighters move toward key oil city as Iraq repositions - 3/30/03 3:24 PM
TAQTAQ, Iraq (AP) -- Kurdish fighters took control Sunday of more territory left by Iraqi forces withdrawing toward the major oil center of Kirkuk, apparently to tighten defenses around northern Iraq.
Iraqis in port city of Umm Qasr show small signs of confidence Saddam's days are numbered - 3/30/03 3:16 PM
UMM QASR, Iraq (AP) -- The portrait of Saddam Hussein welcoming drivers to this port city has been freshly painted over with three red Xs. Overnight, locals say new slogans reading "Death to Saddam" and "Down with Saddam" appeared on the walls at the market.
British soldier killed in action in southern Iraq - 3/30/03 3:07 PM
LONDON (AP) -- A British soldier was killed in fighting Sunday near the southern Iraq city of Basra and several others were injured, the Ministry of Defense said.
Iraq rewards family of suicide attacker who killed four Americans - 3/30/03 2:55 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq gave $34,000 to the family of an Iraqi army officer who killed four U.S. soldiers in a suicide attack, and the leader of the militant group Islamic Jihad said Sunday its volunteers had gone to Baghdad for similar bombing missions against the "American invasion."
Myers says U.S. controls Iraqi compound, source of London ricin - 3/30/03 2:53 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- American forces are searching a terrorist compound in northeastern Iraq that was probably the site where militants made a biological toxin, traces of which were later found by police in London, the Pentagon's top general said Sunday.
Servicemen around the country getting breaks on their taxes - 3/30/03 2:50 PM
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- When the Clarion County commissioners learned some of their employees were worried about paying taxes while on active military duty, they checked their records to see what could be done.
Iraqi capital targeted in overnight strikes - 3/30/03 2:44 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- After yet another night of massive explosions, 70-year-old Adel Hussein Al-Abdali sat outside his house next door to a demolished telephone exchange office, lamenting the damage to his home.
Eager for end of Saddam regime, Kurdish-Americans still wary of post-war Iraq - 3/30/03 2:33 PM
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Twelve years ago, Tahir Hussain was a Kurdish refugee on the run in the icy, windswept mountains when, on one incredibly cruel day, his baby daughter and his father died just hours apart
U.S. Army takes Israeli urban warfare tips to Iraqi cities - 3/30/03 2:30 PM
JERUSALEM (AP) -- With U.S. forces in Iraq coming up against suicide attackers and wary of ambush by hostile forces mingling with civilians, the military has been listening closely to Israeli experts and picking up tips from years of Israeli army operations in Palestinian areas and Lebanese towns.
Kurdish fighters move toward key oil city as Iraq repositions - 3/30/03 2:08 PM
TAQTAQ, Iraq (AP) -- Kurdish fighters took control Sunday of more territory left by Iraqi forces withdrawing toward the major oil center of Kirkuk, apparently to tighten defenses around the trophy district of northern Iraq.
Marines frustrated at slow pace of forward march, anxious for action - 3/30/03 2:07 PM
CENTRAL IRAQ (AP) -- The men of the 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines grow more frustrated by the day. Many wait longingly for word of a potential combat mission, something to make them feel useful.
Truck plows into U.S. soldiers outside store at Kuwaiti desert base, 15 injured - 3/30/03 1:59 PM
KUWAIT CITY (AP) -- A man in civilian clothes drove a pickup truck into a group of U.S. soldiers standing outside a store at the Kuwaiti desert base of Camp Udairi on Sunday, wounding 15 of them, a U.S. military official said.
In middle of war zone, ukulele music helps remind Pacific island sailors of home - 3/30/03 1:48 PM
HONOLULU (AP) -- Amid the roar of fighter jets and the clamor of war machinery, the tinny strum of a ukulele is a welcome distraction for a dozen or so sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS Constellation in the Persian Gulf.
Maine, New Hampshire units play key role in supply line, refueling planes headed to war - 3/30/03 1:39 PM
SOMEWHERE OVER MAINE (AP) -- Lying on her belly, Master Sgt. Cheryl Martin peered out the tail of an Air Force refueling tanker at 32,000 feet as a massive Air Force C-17 cargo plane slowly approached from below.
U.S. Marines find chemical suits in southern Iraq - 3/30/03 1:27 PM
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar (AP) -- U.S. Marines discovered chemical suits, masks and nerve gas antidote during a raid on buildings used by Iraq's 11th Infantry Division in the southern city of Nasiriyah, U.S. Central Command said Sunday.
Rumsfeld says fiercest fighting ahead, says no timetable for war's end - 3/30/03 12:56 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The fiercest fighting and gravest danger lie ahead for U.S. troops as they advance toward Baghdad, and the Pentagon's plan will result in victory, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Sunday.
British TV journalist in Iraq dies in fall from hotel roof - 3/30/03 12:55 PM
LONDON (AP) -- A British TV correspondent covering the war in Iraq died Sunday after apparently falling from a hotel roof, his network said.
Weekend anti-war protests continue in Asia, Middle East as thousands demonstrate - 3/30/03 12:45 PM
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) -- Indonesians held their biggest demonstration against the Iraq war to date Sunday and students in China staged a rare state-sanctioned protest as hundreds of thousands around the world staged another day of rallies denouncing the conflict.
British forces: Iraqi general captured, under questioning about Baath party - 3/30/03 12:41 PM
AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar (AP) -- Royal Marine Commandos fighting paramilitary forces in the southern Iraq city Basra captured five Iraqis -- including a general -- and killed a Republican Guard colonel early Sunday, British officials said.
Remains of 2 Americans flown to military mortuary; at least 26 have arrived from war in Iraq - 3/30/03 12:26 PM
DOVER, Del. (AP) -- The remains of two more Americans killed in the war in Iraq arrived early Sunday at the military mortuary at Dover Air Force Base, officials said.
Iraqi capital targeted in overnight strikes - 3/30/03 12:13 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- After yet another night of massive explosions, 70-year-old Adel Hussein Al-Abdali sat outside his house next door to a demolished telephone exchange office, lamenting the damage to his home.
German says he designed bunker for Saddam that should withstand the newest bombs - 3/30/03 12:04 PM
BERLIN (AP) -- A German trained as a civil defense engineer said Sunday he helped a company design a bunker under Saddam Hussein's Baghdad palace in the early 1980s that is likely to withstand even the newest non-nuclear bombs.
British capture Iraqi general; Iraq says 4,000 Arabs arrive to stage suicide attacks - 3/30/03 12:03 PM
A general from Saddam Hussein's army has been captured in southern Iraq and is being pressed to provide strategic information, British officers said Sunday. An Iraqi official said 4,000 Arab volunteers have arrived, eager to carry out more suicide attacks against U.S. and British forces.
Gulf war commander says Iraq war is on track - 3/30/03 11:43 AM
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar (AP) -- The commander of the U.S. war in Iraq denied Sunday that he had asked the Pentagon for more troops before launching the invasion but sidestepped a question about whether the war might last into the summer.
Truck incident reported at U.S. military camp in Kuwait; some U.S. injured - 3/30/03 11:24 AM
KUWAIT CITY (AP) -- A man in civilian clothes drove a pickup truck into a group of U.S. soldiers standing outside a store at the Kuwaiti desert base of Camp Udairi on Sunday.
Marines push north along "Ambush Alley," fighting Iraqis and handing out aid packets - 3/30/03 11:16 AM
SOUTH-CENTRAL IRAQ (AP) -- Thousands of Marines pushed north toward Baghdad in "seek-and-destroy" missions Sunday, trying to open the route to the Iraqi capital and stop days of attacks along the stretch that has become known as "Ambush Alley."
Coalition troop casualties, POWs, MIAs - 3/30/03 10:42 AM
U.S. and British troop casualties from the war. U.S. totals: 37 dead, seven captured, 14 missing. British total: 23 dead. The list of names below are confirmed from family members or the military. The total number of dead includes casualties whose names are not available.
Pope says war threatens humanity's hope for a better future - 3/30/03 10:29 AM
VATICAN CITY (AP) -- Praying for victims of war in Iraq and elsewhere, Pope John Paul II said Sunday that armed conflict threatens humanity's hope for a better future.
Big payout from Saddam Hussein to suicide bomber's family - 3/30/03 10:06 AM
IN THE IRAQI DESERT (AP) -- Saddam Hussein handsomely rewarded the army officer who targeted U.S. forces in a suicide bombing, honoring him with a posthumous promotion, two new medals and a huge financial windfall for his family.
Rumsfeld says fiercest fighting ahead, says no timetable for war's end - 3/30/03 9:56 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The fiercest fighting and gravest danger lie ahead for U.S. troops as they advance toward Baghdad, and the Pentagon's plan will result in victory, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Sunday.
Tens of thousands from Indonesia to Pakistan march against war - 3/30/03 9:44 AM
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) -- Tens of thousands of protesters marched on the U.S. Embassy in the Indonesian capital on Sunday, chanting "America Imperialist, No. 1 terrorist!" in what appeared to be the nation's largest anti-war demonstration yet.
Students in Beijing protest war in Iraq - 3/30/03 9:31 AM
BEIJING (AP) -- Students at Peking University staged a quiet demonstration Sunday against the war in Iraq -- a rare instance of campus political activism permitted by Chinese authorities.
Truck hits soldiers U.S. military camp; at least 10 people injured - 3/30/03 9:19 AM
CAMP UDAIRI, Kuwait (AP) -- A man drove a pickup truck into a group of U.S. soldiers outside a store at Camp Udairi on Sunday, injuring 10 to 15 people, a military official said.
U.S. expresses regret for "friendly fire" killings of British troops - 3/30/03 9:06 AM
LONDON (AP) -- The Pentagon's top general expressed regret Sunday for the deaths of British troops killed by American "friendly fire" in the Iraq war and said work is under way to prevent such mistakes.
Iran says "more difficult days" await U.S.-led forces in Iraq - 3/30/03 8:59 AM
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- Iran's foreign minister Sunday warned of "more difficult days" for coalition forces in Iraq, saying Washington miscalculated the level of Iraqi resistance.
Eight U.S. soldiers brought to military hospital in Germany with war wounds - 3/30/03 8:29 AM
LANDSTUHL, Germany (AP) -- Eight more U.S. soldiers wounded in battle in Iraq arrived Sunday in Germany for treatment at a military hospital, a military spokesman said.
Truck attack reported at U.S. military camp in Kuwait; some U.S. injured - 3/30/03 7:57 AM
CAMP UDAIRI, Kuwait (AP) -- An attacker drove a truck into a group of U.S. soldiers Sunday as they waited outside a base store at Camp Udairi, injuring 15 people, a U.S. military official said.
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar: he said. - 3/30/03 7:54 AM
Franks also rejected reports that his forces had engaged in an "operational pause" near the gates of Baghdad.
U.S. stepping up flow of reinforcements, supplies - 3/30/03 7:50 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Insisting the invasion of Iraq is on track, President Bush and top defense officials nonetheless are looking to counter unexpectedly fierce enemy resistance by reinforcing and speeding up the flow of combat forces and supplies.
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar: Franks said. - 3/30/03 7:38 AM
Speaking with marked emphasis, Franks ticked off nine successes of coalition forces since the beginning of the war, starting with securing southern oil fields
Iraqi capital targeted in overnight strikes - 3/30/03 6:58 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- After yet another night of massive explosions, 70-year-old Adel Hussein Al-Abdali sat outside his house next door to a demolished telephone exchange office, lamenting the damage to his home.
German says he designed nuclear-proof bunker for Saddam - 3/30/03 6:51 AM
BERLIN (AP) -- A bunker under Saddam Hussein's presidential palace was built to be nuclear-proof and is likely to withstand conventional bombing, a man who says he helped design it said Sunday.
British capture Iraqi general; new air strikes hit intelligence complex, paramilitary barracks - 3/30/03 6:46 AM
A general from Saddam Hussein's army has been captured in southern Iraq and is being pressed to provide strategic information, British officers said Sunday. An Iraqi official said 4,000 Arab volunteers have arrived, eager to carry out suicide attacks against U.S. and British forces.
Lopsided casualty count loads U.S. hospital ship with wounded Iraqis - 3/30/03 6:20 AM
ABOARD THE USNS COMFORT (AP) -- Navy nurse Kimberlee Flannery came to the Persian Gulf expecting to help wounded Americans. Instead, she has been caring mostly for injured enemy soldiers.
Arab television stations become Iraq's main link to the Arab world - 3/30/03 6:02 AM
DOHA, Qatar (AP) -- After Iraqi television was knocked off the air by U.S. missiles, Iraqi officials were on the screen hours later, defiantly denouncing both the attacks and the American and British forces in Iraq.
Suicide bomb attack jars U.S. soldiers; new air strikes hit intelligence complex, paramilitary barracks - 3/30/03 5:36 AM
U.S. soldiers, stunned by the suicide attack that killed four comrades, said Sunday they will now be more wary of civilians as they advance through Iraq. American warplanes struck an intelligence complex and Iraq's main training center for paramilitary fighters.
Suicide bombing jars U.S. soldiers; new air strikes hit intelligence complex, paramilitary barracks - 3/30/03 4:40 AM
U.S. soldiers, stunned by the suicide attack that killed four comrades, said Sunday they will now be more wary of civilians as they advance through Iraq. American warplanes struck an intelligence complex and Iraq's main training center for paramilitary fighters.
Kurds, Americans battle suspected terrorist positions in northern Iraq - 3/30/03 4:02 AM
SULAYMANIYAH, Iraq (AP) -- Kurdish guerrillas working with U.S. special forces attacked well-trained Islamic militants allegedly linked to al-Qaida -- an operation that one Kurdish leader said left at least 120 militants dead and dealt "a very serious blow" to terrorism.
American accusations signal deteriorating U.S.-Syrian relations - 3/30/03 3:24 AM
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) -- America's accusation that Syria is supplying military equipment to Iraq and Syria's angry denial signal a sharp deterioration in relations between the two countries following a short-lived rapprochement.
Dad plays 'Mom' while wife is at war in the Gulf - 3/30/03 3:17 AM
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- David Klemisch's day begins at 7 a.m., when he gets his two older youngsters up and dressed for school and prepares breakfast.
Suicide bombing jars U.S. soldiers; new air strikes hit intelligence complex, paramilitary barracks - 3/30/03 3:05 AM
U.S. soldiers, stunned by the suicide attack that killed four comrades, said Sunday they will now be more wary of civilians as they advance through Iraq. American warplanes struck an intelligence complex and Iraq's main training center for paramilitary fighters.
U.S. stepping up flow of reinforcements, supplies - 3/30/03 3:01 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Insisting the invasion of Iraq is on track, President Bush and top defense officials nonetheless are looking to counter unexpectedly fierce enemy resistance by reinforcing and speeding up the flow of combat forces and supplies.
Students in Beijing protest war in Iraq - 3/30/03 2:50 AM
BEIJING (AP) -- Students at Peking University staged a quiet demonstration Sunday against the war in Iraq -- a rare instance of campus political activism permitted by Chinese authorities.
Kurds get glimpse of seized lands after Iraqi troops withdraw amid allied bombardments - 3/30/03 2:47 AM
NEAR PERDEH, Iraq (AP) -- Wary of mines and hidden assailants, Kurdish rebels gingerly followed in the tracks of retreating Iraqi troops and moved into territory not seen since a crushed uprising more than a decade ago.
Arab television stations become Iraq's main link to the Arab world - 3/30/03 2:42 AM
DOHA, Qatar (AP) -- After Iraqi television was knocked off the air by U.S. missiles, Iraqi officials were on the screen hours later, defiantly denouncing both the attacks and the American and British forces in Iraq.
Warplanes pound Baghdad's defenders as Iraq warns of taking war to U.S. soil - 3/30/03 2:38 AM
U.S. warplanes attacked Baghdad's defenders with bombs and strafing fire in a thunderous prelude to a ground assault. Iraqis inflicted a new danger on the allies -- a deadly suicide attack -- and threatened to kill Americans on U.S. soil.
NOTEBOOK: Marines mechanics keep transport moving; Treating emotional wounds - 3/30/03 1:58 AM
IN CENTRAL IRAQ (AP) -- The Marines' main transportation hub in Iraq is littered with carcasses of broken and abandoned military transports. Only one of those wrecks came from the 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines.
Suicide attacker kills four U.S. troops; Iraq says bomber was army officer, threatens more such attacks - 3/30/03 12:36 AM
IN THE IRAQI DESERT (AP) -- A bomber posing as a taxi driver summoned American troops for help, then blew up his vehicle Saturday, killing himself and four soldiers and opening a new chapter of carnage in the war for Iraq.
Warplanes pound Baghdad's defenders as Iraq warns of taking war to U.S. soil - 3/30/03 12:34 AM
U.S. warplanes attacked Baghdad's defenders with bombs and strafing fire Saturday in a thunderous prelude to a ground assault. Iraqis inflicted a new danger on the allies -- a deadly suicide attack -- and threatened to kill Americans on U.S. soil.
Cruise missiles hit Baghdad as anger flares over market bombing - 3/30/03 12:12 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Wailing and sobbing, black-clad mourners gathered Saturday for a funeral procession amid the wreckage of a Baghdad marketplace where Iraqi officials say dozens of civilians died in a coalition bombing.

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