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Friday  July 11, 2003

U.S. forces leave Fallujah office of U.S.-appointed mayor in test of local police - 7/11/03 11:15 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S.-appointed mayor of Fallujah said American forces withdrew from his office Friday -- a highly symbolic gesture of confidence that local police can keep him safe in the violence-ridden city.
Public doubts grow about Iraq casualties, administration's credibility - 7/11/03 9:56 PM
A growing number of Americans feel the U.S. troop casualty level in Iraq is unacceptable and believe the Bush administration intentionally exaggerated evidence that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, according to an ABC-Washington Post poll.
Bush and Rice say CIA cleared Bush's State of the Union speech; Tenet accepts blame - 7/11/03 7:52 PM
ENTEBBE, Uganda (AP) -- President Bush on Friday put responsibility squarely on the CIA for his erroneous claim that Iraq tried to acquire nuclear material from Africa, prompting the director of intelligence to publicly accept full blame for the miscue.
After discredited report, finger-pointing abounds inside Bush administration - 7/11/03 7:25 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Bush administration is engaged in frantic finger-pointing as it tries to explain how its handling of faulty intelligence on allegations of Iraqi nuclear smuggling produced so few red flags.
Former Iraq information minister tells Arab TV he leaves Baghdad with 'mixed feelings' - 7/11/03 7:02 PM
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- Iraq's former information minister left Baghdad with "sadness and hope" for a return, he said in an interview aired Friday by an Arab television station chronicling the end of Saddam Hussein's regime through his ex-spokesman.
WASHN: Roberts said. - 7/11/03 6:44 PM
Tenet said there were "legitimate questions" about the CIA's conduct and he sought in his statement explain his agency's role in the matter.
WASHN: he said. - 7/11/03 6:31 PM
Tenet's two-page statement came at the end of a tumultous 24 hours in which reports surfaced suggesting the CIA had raised concerns about the nature of the African allegations before the president made his speech.
WASHN: statement said. - 7/11/03 6:29 PM
Tenet said the responsibility for vetting the allegations included in Bush's State of the Union address about Iraqi efforts to get uranium from Africa beloing to the CIA and ultimately with himself.
Bush and Rice say CIA cleared Bush's State of the Union speech - 7/11/03 6:06 PM
ENTEBBE, Uganda (AP) -- President Bush and his national security adviser on Friday put responsibility squarely on the CIA for the president's erroneous claim in his State of the Union address that Iraq tried to acquire nuclear material from Africa.
After discredited report, fingerpointing abounds inside Bush administration - 7/11/03 5:38 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Bush administration is engaged in frantic fingerpointing as it tries to explain how its handling of faulty intelligence on allegations of Iraqi nuclear smuggling produced so few red flags.
Lawmakers demand investigation into Bush Iraq speech - 7/11/03 4:53 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Massachusetts and Rhode Island lawmakers who backed the war in Iraq have written to President Bush seeking a full explanation of the administration's now-discredited allegation that Iraq was seeking to buy nuclear material from Africa.
Colorado soldier becomes second U.S. servicewoman to die in the Iraq war - 7/11/03 3:57 PM
FORT CARSON, Colo. (AP) -- An Army sergeant killed by a gunshot wound in Iraq became the second U.S. servicewoman to die in the war.
US-Iraq - 7/11/03 2:45 PM
The announcement said Spc. Paul T. Nakamura's unit, the 437th Medical Company, was based in Colorado Springs, Colo. The 437th is based in Riverside, Calif.
U.S. troops withdraw from Fallujah mayor's office and disputed police station. - 7/11/03 12:33 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- For the first time since U.S. forces captured Fallujah three months ago, American soldiers withdrew from the mayor's office Friday, the mayor said. U.S. troops also left a police station in this tense western town after Iraqi officers complained the American presence was putting them ...
Treasury lets Americans working in Iraq use tax break - 7/11/03 11:55 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Americans working in Iraq can take advantage of a tax break used by other Americans working abroad, the Treasury Department said Friday.
Rice says CIA cleared Bush's State of the Union speech - 7/11/03 8:03 AM
ENTEBBE, Uganda (AP) -- President Bush's national security adviser said Friday the CIA cleared Bush's State of the Union speech in its entirety, including a sentence alleging that Iraq was seeking to buy nuclear material from Africa.
ENTEBBE, Uganda: was false." - 7/11/03 7:13 AM
If anyone at the CIA had doubts about the veracity of the uranium-Iraq allegation, Rice said, "those doubts were not communicated to the president."
ENTEBBE, Uganda: false information. - 7/11/03 6:54 AM
"The CIA cleared the speech. The CIA cleared the speech in its entirety," Rice said as Bush flew from South Africa to Uganda. Questions about the allegations in Bush's January speech have followed him on this five-day trip through Africa.
U.S. soldiers withdraw from police station after Iraqi warnings - 7/11/03 5:43 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. soldiers withdrew Friday from a police station in this tense western Iraqi town after Iraqi officers complained that the American presence put them at risk, the head of the town's police force told The Associated Press.
Government fending off new claims of deception over Iraq weapons - 7/11/03 5:11 AM
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) -- Australian Prime Minister John Howard remained unrepentant Friday before analysts and opposition lawmakers who suggested his administration knowingly misled the country over the war with Iraq.
U.S. intelligence doubted report on Iraq Bush cited in State of the Union speech - 7/11/03 2:21 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Before and after President Bush claimed in January that Iraq was seeking uranium in Africa, U.S. intelligence officials expressed doubts about the British intelligence report that Bush cited to back up his allegation, senior U.S. officials said.
Close friendship develops between troops and Iraqi family living in Marines base - 7/11/03 2:17 AM
KARBALA, Iraq (AP) -- Toddler Hiyam Kadhem couldn't contain her excitement when she spotted Robert Garcia entering the compound. Flashing a big smile, the 18-month-old Iraqi girl ran to the Marine officer and threw herself into his arms.
Iraqi police tell U.S. troops to stay away, fearing they will get caught in the crossfire - 7/11/03 1:49 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- With daily shootings and rocket attacks against U.S. soldiers claiming two more lives, even Iraqi policemen said Thursday they want to keep a safe distance from coalition troops for fear of getting caught in the crossfire.
American troops could be in Iraq four years from now, Franks tells Congress - 7/11/03 12:09 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- American troops could still be in Iraq four years from now, the war's former commander told members of Congress concerned about persistent, deadly attacks.
U.S. analysts had doubts about British intelligence alleging Iraqi attempt to buy uranium - 7/11/03 12:00 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. intelligence officials had doubts about the quality of a British intelligence report alleging Iraq was seeking uranium from Africa in the weeks just before and after President Bush made the allegation in his State of the Union address in January, senior U.S. officials said Thursday.

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