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Saturday  July 19, 2003

Turkish, U.S. military discuss measures against Turkish Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq - 7/19/03 10:16 PM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- The United States and Turkey have discussed possible military measures against an estimated 5,000 Turkish Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq, the Turkish military said Saturday.
Marines in southern Iraq hope to be home within weeks - 7/19/03 6:11 PM
CAMP BABYLON, Iraq (AP) -- Among the U.S. troops who captured Baghdad in April and then waited and waited -- and are still waiting -- for orders to go home, the outlook for a quick exit seems brightest here, home of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force and the 1st Marine Division.
Intelligence experts say Iraq nuclear evidence was thin - 7/19/03 4:53 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Even as the Bush administration concluded Iraq was reviving its nuclear weapons program, key signs -- such as scientific data of weapons work and evidence of research by Iraq's nuclear experts -- were missing, according to several former intelligence officials.
British envoy to Iraq will likely push for greater U.N. involvement - 7/19/03 4:08 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Sir Jeremy Greenstock, the eloquent British diplomat who took the U.S.-British case for war to the Security Council, may hold the key to healing wounds the Iraq conflict created among the world powers
Marines in southern Iraq hope to be home within weeks - 7/19/03 4:16 PM
CAMP BABYLON, Iraq (AP) -- Among the U.S. troops who captured Baghdad in April and then waited and waited -- and are still waiting -- for orders to go home, the outlook for a quick exit seems brightest here, home of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force and the 1st Marine Division.
British envoy to Iraq will likely push for greater U.N. involvement - 7/19/03 4:08 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Sir Jeremy Greenstock, the eloquent British diplomat who took the U.S.-British case for war to the Security Council, may hold the key to healing wounds the Iraq conflict created among the world powers.
Governing Council fails to choose president, Bremer returns to Washington - 7/19/03 3:32 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's American-backed administration failed in its first week to choose a president, abandoning that mission in favor of a weak, three-man rotating leadership. The top U.S. official in Iraq -- who hand-picked the Governing Council -- returned to Washington while an insurgency killed ...
Officers of Saddam's army embittered by defeat, some see glimmer of hope in attacks - 7/19/03 1:13 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- They sweated for hours in the searing heat. Many were grim-faced, some resentful, even angry. There was talk of revenge, and no hint of gratitude.
Italian journalist quoted as saying she gave documents to U.S. Embassy - 7/19/03 9:47 AM
ROME (AP) -- A journalist for an Italian news magazine has come forward, saying it was she who turned over to U.S. diplomats some documents purportedly showing that Iraq wanted to buy uranium from Niger. The documents turned out to be forgeries.
Prominent Shiite cleric denounces U.S.-picked council, vows to set up rival body and Shiite army - 7/19/03 8:55 AM
KUFA, Iraq (AP) -- An influential Shiite Muslim cleric condemned Iraq's U.S-picked Governing Council as made up of "non-believers" and vowed to create a rival body, as his followers in a historic mosque shouted "Death to America."
U.S. soldier killed guarding Baghdad bank, military wraps up two operations - 7/19/03 7:58 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. soldier was fatally shot guarding a bank in the capital Saturday, while the U.S. military concluded two separate sweeps in and around Baghdad -- arresting more than 1,200 people and seizing weapons, explosives and ammunition, the military said.
U.S. soldier killed in Fallujah, Shiite cleric plans rival Iraqi government - 7/19/03 2:50 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents attacked a convoy with explosives, killing one American soldier, and fatally shot another who was guarding a bank in the Iraqi capital, while a prominent Shiite cleric on Friday urged Iraqis to politically oppose a U.S.-appointed government.
As casualties mount, so do questions about who is behind Iraqi resistance - 7/19/03 2:27 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- As American casualties mount in Iraq, so do questions about who is behind the guerrilla campaign. The list of suspects, which already includes Saddam Hussein loyalists, freelance Arab fighters and Iraqis angered by the U.S. occupation, is growing each day.
Declassified CIA documents on Iraq show divided intelligence community - 7/19/03 1:50 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House declassified portions of an October 2002 intelligence report to demonstrate that President Bush had ample reason to believe Iraq was reconstituting a nuclear weapons program.
BAGHDAD: Saddam Hussein - 7/19/03 1:22 AM
A new audio recording purportedly by Saddam urging Iraqis to continue a "holy war" against U.S. forces is probably authentic, a U.S. intelligence official said Friday.

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