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Some Headlines Of Today

Monday  June 30, 2003

Iraqi details harsh treatment as Amnesty criticizes U.S. interrogation methods - 6/30/03 4:44 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- An Iraqi businessman detained during a raid on his home says U.S. interrogators deprived him of sleep, forced him to kneel naked and kept him bound hand and foot with a bag over his head for eight days.
Poll suggests majority supports Iraq efforts, but public optimism slips - 6/30/03 4:17 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Most Americans still say things are going at least fairly well in Iraq, but the number who think things are going badly has tripled since early May, a new poll says.
U.S. forces arrest mayor of southern Iraqi town on corruption, kidnapping charges - 6/30/03 3:36 PM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- American troops moved in force Monday to arrest the U.S.-appointed mayor of this southern Iraqi town, removing him on kidnapping and corruption charges and detaining 62 of his aides -- a step likely to please Najaf's Shiite residents.
Senators say internationalize rebuilding of Iraq - 6/30/03 2:30 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Bush administration is getting the same advice on Iraq from some Democratic and Republican senators: Sign on anybody who wants to help police and rebuild the country, including NATO allies who opposed the U.S.-led invasion.
U.S. forces storm Iraqi towns in massive sweep against resistance - 6/30/03 1:49 PM
CAMP BOOM, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents fired a rocket-propelled grenade at a U.S. military vehicle in the restive town of Fallujah, wounding an NBC News employee, and U.S. forces arrested a former Iraqi colonel as part of a sweep against remnants of Saddam Hussein's regime.
Mayor of southern Iraqi city detained on corruption charges - 6/30/03 12:22 PM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- American troops detained the U.S.-appointed mayor of this Shiite-dominated southern city on Monday, accusing him of kidnapping and corruption, and arrested 62 of his top aides, the military said.
NAJAF, Iraq: Marine said. - 6/30/03 12:04 PM
In recent weeks, residents of Najaf, 110 miles southwest of Baghdad, have held demonstrations against Aboud, accusing him of links to Saddam's dissolved Baath Party.
NAJAF, Iraq: Hussein's military. - 6/30/03 11:56 AM
Aboud was replaced by Haidar Mahdi al-Mayali. Details of al-Mayali's background was not immediately available.
Mayor of southern Iraqi city detained on corruption charges - 6/30/03 11:52 AM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- American troops detained the U.S.-appointed mayor of this Shiite Muslim southern city and several of his aides on corruption charges Monday and named a successor, the military said.
U.S. forces storm Iraqi towns in massive sweep against resistance - 6/30/03 9:50 AM
CAMP BOOM, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents fired a rocket-propelled grenade at a U.S. military vehicle in the restive town of Fallujah, wounding an NBC News employee, the military said Monday. Three Iraqis were killed when their pickup truck slammed into a vehicle helping evacuate the wounded man.
Rights group says U.S. detentions of Iraqis may violate international law - 6/30/03 6:52 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Amnesty International said Monday it has gathered evidence that points to U.S. violations of international law by subjecting Iraqi prisoners to "cruel, inhuman or degrading" conditions at its detention centers here.
Senators say internationalize rebuilding of Iraq - 6/30/03 2:09 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Bush administration is getting the same advice on Iraq from some Democratic and Republican senators: Sign on anybody who wants to help police and rebuild the country, including NATO allies who opposed the U.S.-led invasion.
College professors, shaken by threats and murder of a colleague, say students overstep freedoms - 6/30/03 2:09 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Just weeks after the murder of three professors, an anonymous note calling on professors to stay home "or else" has shaken Mustansiriyah University's staff and some of its students.
Violence in Iraq: Last gasp from Saddam loyalists or beginning of a revolt? - 6/30/03 1:36 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops in Iraq are getting ambushed everywhere and every day -- while guarding gas stations, investigating car thefts or on their way to make phone calls home.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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