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Some Headlines Of Today

Tuesday  July 1, 2003

Poll finds most believe United States has clear evidence of al-Qaida, Saddam Hussein link - 7/1/03 9:17 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Seven in 10 people in a poll said the Bush administration implied that Iraq and its leader, Saddam Hussein, were involved in the Sept. 11 attacks.
Bush: No return to tyranny in Iraq - 7/1/03 6:34 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- With public optimism about the war slipping, President Bush on Tuesday reaffirmed his commitment to Iraq, saying that resistance fighters pushing the U.S. death toll ever higher will not force America out of the nation before freedom takes root.
Assailants gun down chief of Saddam Hussein's tribe - 7/1/03 3:24 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Assailants gunned down the chief of Saddam Hussein's tribe in the ousted leader's hometown of Tikrit a few weeks after he publicly disavowed Saddam. Although the motive was unclear, Abdullah Mahmoud al-Khattab had many enemies, the regional governor said Tuesday.
How many troops needed in Iraq? Pentagon says it's still thinking about it - 7/1/03 3:21 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Amid renewed violence in Iraq, the Pentagon is trying to figure out how many postwar troops should stay and when it can bring home some of the longest-serving.
Bush: "There will be no return to tyranny in Iraq" - 7/1/03 2:49 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush worked to reassure the nation on Tuesday that despite mounting American deaths in Iraq, U.S. troops still are needed there to keep the nation from falling back into the hands of Saddam Hussein loyalists.
Explosion at mosque kills 10 Iraqis; source of blast disputed - 7/1/03 2:25 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Rocket-propelled grenades slammed into U.S. military vehicles in two attacks Tuesday in and around Baghdad after an explosion at a mosque in the town of Fallujah killed 10 Iraqis and injured four others.
Gunmen kill head of Saddam's tribe in Tikrit - 7/1/03 10:51 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Attackers gunned down the head of Saddam Hussein's tribe while he rode in a car in the ousted dictator's hometown of Tikrit, the regional governor said Tuesday.
Explosion at mosque kills five Iraqis; source of blast disputed - 7/1/03 10:38 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Rocket-propelled grenades slammed into U.S. military vehicles in two attacks Tuesday in and around Baghdad after an explosion at a mosque in the town of Fallujah killed 10 Iraqis and injured four others.
Gunmen kill head of Saddam's tribe in Tikrit - 7/1/03 9:11 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Attackers gunned down the head of Saddam Hussein's tribe, who recently disavowed the ousted dictator, while he rode in a car in Saddam's hometown of Tikrit, the regional governor said Tuesday.
TIKRIT, Iraq: many people." - 7/1/03 8:49 AM
"The person who killed him could have taken revenge," al-Jubouri added.
TIKRIT, Iraq: Hussein al-Jubouri. - 7/1/03 8:42 AM
Saddam appointed Al-Khattab as tribal chief, who remained close to the dictator during his 35-year rule. However, several weeks ago, after the U.S.-led invasion, he publicly disavowed Saddam in the presence of local leaders and American troops, residents said.
Head of Saddam's tribe gunned down in Tikrit - 7/1/03 8:39 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Attackers gunned down the head of Saddam Hussein's tribe while he was riding in a car in the ousted dictator's hometown of Tikrit, the regional governor said Tuesday.
Explosion at mosque kills five Iraqis; source of blast disputed - 7/1/03 8:32 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Rocket-propelled grenades slammed into U.S. military vehicles in two attacks in and around Baghdad on Tuesday, and a massive explosion at a mosque in the town of Fallujah killed 10 Iraqis and injured four others.
Shiite leaders say Iraqis should choose their own government - 7/1/03 2:23 AM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- Two top leaders of Iraq's Shiite majority denied Iranian influence in their movements and called for the formation of a multiethnic Iraqi government and the end to the U.S.-led occupation.
Judges start to question Iraqis detained by the coalition troops - 7/1/03 2:21 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- At the request of U.S. occupiers, Iraqi courts have begun a special mission to get their country's judicial system -- devastated by dictatorship and war -- up and running again.
Iraqi details harsh treatment as Amnesty criticizes U.S. interrogation methods - 7/1/03 2:05 AM
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.
Explosion at mosque in restive Iraqi town kills at least five, Iraqis blame U.S. forces - 7/1/03 1:39 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- A massive explosion rocked a mosque in this restive Iraqi town, killing at least five Iraqis and injuring four others, witnesses and hospital officials said Tuesday.
FALLUJAH, Iraq: a missile. - 7/1/03 1:35 AM
But Sgt. Thomas McMurtry, a reservist with the 346th Tactical Psychological Operations Company, said there was no evidence the explosion was caused by a U.S. attack.
FALLUJAH: anti-American insurgents. - 7/1/03 1:27 AM
Witnesses said the blast took place just before 11 p.m. Monday in a small cinderblock building in the courtyard of the mosque. The explosion blew out the walls and took down the ceiling of the structure.
Explosion at mosque in restive Iraqi town kills at least 5, Iraqis blame U.S. forces - 7/1/03 1:22 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- A massive explosion rocked a mosque in this restive Iraqi town, killing at least five Iraqi civilians and injuring four others, witnesses and hospital officials said Tuesday.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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