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Some Headlines Of Today

Sunday  July 27, 2003

Six elderly Iraqi Jews brought to Israel - 7/27/03 10:14 PM
JERUSALEM (AP) -- Six of the estimated 34 Jews remaining in Iraq have arrived in Israel, including a 99-year-old woman, officials said.
Accused of bias by U.S., Arab TV stations go on the defensive - 7/27/03 7:59 PM
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- Two of the most high-profile Arab TV networks reacted angrily Sunday to U.S. claims of biased news coverage about the Iraq war.
Marines at the gates of Babylon work to restore the ancient capital of Hammurabi - 7/27/03 7:08 PM
BABYLON, Iraq (AP) -- This 4,300-year-old town -- now mainly an archaeological ruin and two important museums -- knows political and military upheaval well. Dynasties have risen and have fallen here since the earliest days of settled human civilization.
U.S. general says Saddam too busy moving around Iraq to direct attacks - 7/27/03 7:07 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Saddam Hussein is moving around to avoid capture and is unable to direct attacks against American forces, the highest-ranking U.S. military officer said Sunday.
Baghdad councils meet to discuss the problems of the city - 7/27/03 6:48 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- After years of dictatorship, local Baghdad councils met for the first time in joint session Sunday to discuss the capital's infrastructure and how to improve the lives of residents.
Americans hunt for Saddam around his Tigris River hometown; One soldier killed - 7/27/03 5:00 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- American forces focused their hunt for Saddam Hussein around his Tigris River hometown and reported a near-miss Sunday in a raid to capture his new chief of security -- and perhaps the ousted dictator himself. A U.S. soldier was killed south of Baghdad, the latest death in a spike of g
Pentagon's Wolfowitz says U.S. must be prepared to act on `murky' intelligence - 7/27/03 4:05 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Intelligence about terrorism is inherently murky, and the Pentagon's second-ranking official says the United States must be prepared to act on less-than-perfect information in a world where terror is the main threat.
Saddam Hussein should be brought to trial rather than killed, British official says - 7/27/03 3:34 PM
LONDON (AP) -- Deposed Iraqi President Saddam Hussein should be brought to trial rather than killed by the U.S. military like his sons, the No., 2 coalition official in Iraq said Sunday.
Wolfowitz says combat deaths will not deter Americans from supporting Iraq operation - 7/27/03 2:17 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Pentagon's second-ranking official said Sunday he does not believe a mounting U.S. military death toll will erode Americans' support for restoring stability to Iraq.
U.S. troops come close to catching top Saddam bodyguard, Marine killed - 7/27/03 8:41 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. soldiers said they missed catching Saddam Hussein's security chief -- and possibly the former Iraqi president himself -- by a mere 24 hours early Sunday, while a U.S. Marine was killed in a grenade attack south of Baghdad.
U.S. troops say they came within 24 hours of catching top bodyguard and possibly Saddam - 7/27/03 3:58 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. soldiers said that they missed catching Saddam Hussein's security chief -- and possibly the former dictator himself -- by a mere 24 hours early Sunday.
One Marine killed, one wounded in grenade attack south of Baghdad - 7/27/03 2:40 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- One U.S. Marine was killed and one wounded early Sunday in a grenade attack south of Baghdad, after one of the bloodiest weeks in the guerrilla war against U.S. forces since President Bush declared major combat in Iraq was over on May 1.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: Gulf War. - 7/27/03 2:37 AM
There had been hope the killings Tuesday of Odai and Qusai Hussein, two of Saddam Hussein's sons and Nos. 2 and 3 on the U.S. most-wanted list, in the northern city of Mosul might demoralize the resistance. Instead, their deaths appear to have inspired a wave of revenge attacks.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: May 1. - 7/27/03 2:36 AM
The military said the attack occurred at 2:35 a.m. in the region controlled by the Marines south of the capital, and had no further information.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.


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