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Some Headlines Of Today

Saturday  June 28, 2003

British government ministers pressure BBC to apologize for Iraq dossier claims - 6/28/03 7:45 PM
LONDON (AP) -- Government ministers stepped up pressure Saturday on the British Broadcasting Corp. to apologize for reporting that officials doctored intelligence information to justify war with Iraq.
Missing U.S. soldiers' bodies found, as American death toll in Iraq passes 200 - 6/28/03 7:42 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- After days of intense searching by ground and air, U.S. forces on Saturday found the bodies of two soldiers missing north of Baghdad, as the toll of American dead since the start of war topped the grim milestone of 200.
Scramble to fill power vacuum yields no obvious leader - 6/28/03 2:54 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The man who would be king spent his life outside Iraq and his claim to the throne is questionable. Former exiles favored by Washington have little support at home. Shiite clerics favored at home have little support in Washington.
Pentagon identifies six military personnel killed in Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan - 6/28/03 11:59 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Defense Department has identified four military personnel killed last week in combat or in accidents or other noncombat reasons in Iraq.
Missing U.S. soldiers found dead north of Baghdad - 6/28/03 11:57 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The bodies of two U.S. soldiers missing for days were discovered early Saturday northwest of Baghdad, as the toll rises past 200 for Americans killed since war started in Iraq.
Pentagon identifies eight military personnel killed in Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan - 6/28/03 10:38 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Defense Department has identified six military personnel killed last week in combat or in accidents or other noncombat reasons in Iraq.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: in attacks. - 6/28/03 8:36 AM
News of the deaths came amid a persistent drumbeat of guerrilla-style attacks and sabotage that have marred U.S. efforts to reestablish order in Iraq. On Friday, a U.S. soldier was killed in an ambush, while another was shot in the neck. An 11-year-old Iraqi boy was gunned down by American troops who misto ...
BAGHDAD, Iraq: further details. - 6/28/03 8:26 AM
A massive search including Apache attack helicopters had been scouring the area around Balad, and U.S. interrogators have been questioning at least six men arrested in the disappearance.
U.S. soldiers face a torrent of attacks, saboteurs seek to derail reconstruction efforts - 6/28/03 4:01 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The disquieting drumbeat of guerrilla-style attacks and sabotage deepened in Iraq, with a U.S. soldier killed in an ambush, another shot in the neck and an 11-year-old Iraqi boy slain by American troops who mistook him for a gunman.
Iraqi saboteurs seek to derail U.S. reconstruction efforts - 6/28/03 2:54 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Attackers killed a U.S. soldier in a convoy moving through the capital and a gunman shot an American soldier in the neck as he browsed a Baghdad market Friday, part of a vicious cycle of Iraqi attacks and ever-tougher U.S. crackdowns on resistance.
U.S. soldier killed, four wounded in convoy attack - 6/28/03 2:34 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Attackers opened fire on a U.S. convoy in northeast Baghdad, killing one American soldier and wounding four others, the U.S. military said Saturday.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: Patrick Compton. - 6/28/03 2:33 AM
A civilian Iraqi interpreter was also wounded, Compton said. The wounded were evacuated to a combat support hospital
Iraq's symphony orchestra resumes with stirring performance - 6/28/03 2:00 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's National Symphony Orchestra held its first concert since the ouster of Saddam Hussein, performing a patriotic song that predates the former dictator and brought tears to the eyes of the audience.
U.S. troops work on getting new Iraqi police to maintain order - 6/28/03 1:54 AM
KHALIS, Iraq (AP) -- Police were just doing their jobs when they arrested four men for shooting at a vegetable store owner in this dusty town near the Iranian border. But for the men of Charlie Company, the arrests were momentous.
British government's relationship with BBC in tatters over Iraq dossier report - 6/28/03 1:28 AM
LONDON (AP) -- A row between Britain's biggest broadcaster and Prime Minister Tony Blair over the government's use of intelligence information in making the case for war in Iraq has turned personal -- and nasty.

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