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Tuesday  July 8, 2003

U.S. general seeks to ease tensions with Turkey following the detention of 11 Turkish soldiers - 7/8/03 9:57 PM
ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP) -- A top U.S. general made an unexpected visit to Turkey on Tuesday in a bid to defuse tensions between the two NATO allies following the detention of 11 Turkish soldiers by the United States in northern Iraq.
Kerry says more allied troops needed in Iraq - 7/8/03 9:30 PM
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- More international troops are needed in Iraq to "win the peace," a task American soldiers there now are not well trained for, Sen. John Kerry said Wednesday.
U.S. forces arrest Iraqi alleged to have met with Atta months before Sept. 11 - 7/8/03 9:04 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. forces have arrested the Iraqi diplomat alleged by some Czech officials to have met with the lead Sept. 11 hijacker five months before the attacks.
Democrats urge probe after White House says Bush was wrong to say Saddam sought Africa uranium - 7/8/03 7:32 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democrats pressed for deeper investigation of prewar U.S. intelligence efforts Tuesday after the White House admitted President Bush had erred in his State of the Union speech when he said Saddam Hussein had tried to buy uranium in Africa.
Attacks wound seven U.S. soldiers, coalition offers reward for attackers - 7/8/03 5:56 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A blistering series of attacks, coming nearly hourly, wounded seven U.S. soldiers in Iraq on Tuesday, and the United States offered a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest of anyone who kills a coalition soldier or Iraqi policeman.
Number of Americans killed in Iraq approaching death count from 1991 Gulf War - 7/8/03 5:36 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Pentagon on Tuesday raised its count of Americans killed by hostile fire in Iraq since the war began in March to 143, a figure that approaches the 147 killed in the 1991 Gulf War.
Democrats urge probe after White House says Bush was wrong to say Saddam sought Africa uranium - 7/8/03 5:34 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democrats pressed for deeper investigation of pre-war U.S. intelligence efforts Tuesday after the White House admitted President Bush had erred in his State of the Union speech when he said Saddam Hussein had tried to buy uranium in Africa.
Archaeologists counting missing Iraqi artifacts say about a tenth have been returned - 7/8/03 4:53 PM
LONDON (AP) -- About 10 percent of the artifacts known to have been stolen from Iraqi museums after the war have been recovered, archaeologists said Tuesday, emphasizing they are working to determine what is still missing, damaged or destroyed.
Baghdad's landmark statues falling to looters - 7/8/03 2:40 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The world watched the toppling of the Saddam Hussein statue April 9. But few saw the felling of the stately figure of Abdul Muhsin al-Saadoun -- or more than a dozen other landmark bronzes that once watched over this city's squares and boulevards.
Iraq's postwar problems a legacy of quick drive to Baghdad, Pentagon official says - 7/8/03 2:38 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Some of the problems with looting, sabotage and attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq are the legacy of the speedy American advance on Baghdad, the Pentagon's top policy official said Tuesday.
Tony Blair defends handling of intelligence on Iraq - 7/8/03 2:11 PM
LONDON (AP) -- Facing growing public distrust, Prime Minister Tony Blair insisted Tuesday he was right to go to war to depose Saddam Hussein and said weapons of mass destruction would be found in Iraq.
Attacks wound seven U.S. soldiers, coalition offers reward for attackers - 7/8/03 1:35 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A blistering series of attacks, coming nearly hourly, wounded seven U.S. soldiers in Iraq on Tuesday, and the United States offered a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest of anyone who kills a coalition soldier or Iraqi policeman.
Saddam's shadow still in Iraq, feeding anti-American attacks - 7/8/03 11:16 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Americans are dying almost daily in Iraq more than two months after President Bush declared that major combat had ended, and many people believe the anti-occupation violence will persist -- or even grow -- as long as Iraqis think Saddam Hussein might return.
Insurgents fire mortars at U.S. base as coalition pushes ahead with democracy plans - 7/8/03 10:03 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents dropped a homemade bomb from a bridge onto a passing U.S. military convoy in Baghdad on Tuesday, while another military vehicle struck a land mine in the capital. At least seven U.S. troops were injured in those and other attacks throughout the country, the military said.
Attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq come as goodwill toward Americans eroding - 7/8/03 7:02 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- There was hardly any sorrow, and certainly no tears, from the students of Baghdad University over the fatal shooting of a U.S. soldier as he stood alone under a tree drinking one of two sodas he had just bought from the students' cafeteria.
Karbala's governor resigns following allegations of financial improprieties - 7/8/03 6:57 AM
KARBALA, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S.-appointed governor of this holy Shiite Muslim city resigned Tuesday after allegations of financial improprieties, the U.S. military governor said.
Blair defends handling of intelligence on Iraq - 7/8/03 5:19 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Prime Minister Tony Blair, facing persistent questions about his government's use of intelligence on Iraq's development of illicit weapons, said Tuesday he had made a valid case for military action.
White House says Bush was wrong by saying Saddam sought uranium in Africa - 7/8/03 2:17 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Amid questions about prewar intelligence, the White House is acknowledging that President Bush was incorrect when he said in his State of the Union address that Iraq recently had sought significant quantities of uranium in Africa.
Saddam bank notes to be phased out by early 2004 - 7/8/03 1:40 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Saddam Hussein is out of power -- and soon his face will be gone from the pockets of millions of Iraqis.
White House admits error in State of Union address - 7/8/03 12:42 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House acknowledged Monday that President Bush's State of the Union address in January was incorrect in stating that Iraq had recently sought significant quantities of uranium in Africa.

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