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Tuesday  July 29, 2003

Poland, U.S. agree on peacekeepers in Iraq - 7/29/03 10:03 PM
WARSAW, Poland (AP) -- The United States has agreed to provide transportation and other support for 9,000 Polish peacekeepers heading to Iraq, an official said Tuesday.
Iraqis flock to Jordan to buy real estate, gold and vehicles - 7/29/03 9:56 PM
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) -- Postwar chaos in Iraq has helped to boost real estate sales in neighboring Jordan, an official said Tuesday.
Trial suspended for a month due to illness and a scheduled recess - 7/29/03 9:19 PM
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) -- The U.N. war crimes tribunal Tuesday halted Slobodan Milosevic's trial for a month, giving the former Yugoslav president time to recover from illness.
Saddam dead or alive _ Pentagon says it has no preference - 7/29/03 8:01 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In the end, Saddam Hussein probably will be the one to decide whether he's taken dead or alive, Pentagon officials said Tuesday. They played down talk that his capture might be imminent.
Saddam dead or alive _ Pentagon says it has no preference - 7/29/03 6:27 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In the end, Saddam Hussein probably will be the one to decide whether he's taken dead or alive, Pentagon officials said Tuesday. They played down talk that his capture might be imminent.
Excerpts from Saddam Hussein's tape - 7/29/03 5:36 PM
Excerpts from audiotape purported to be Saddam Hussein aired Tuesday on Al-Arabiya satellite channel
A look at U.S. daily casualties in Iraq - 7/29/03 5:33 PM
As of Tuesday, July 29, 246 U.S. soldiers have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to military officials.
Tape attributed to Saddam acknowledges sons' deaths, Army says documents could help corner ousted leader - 7/29/03 5:31 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- In a new audiotape attributed Tuesday to Saddam Hussein, a calm voice acknowledged the deaths of the ousted dictator's two sons and called them martyrs. U.S. forces searched for clues to Saddam's whereabouts in documents and photo albums seized in his hometown.
Seven more airlines get OK to fly to Iraq - 7/29/03 5:17 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Seven more airlines have been given permission to begin scheduled flights between the United States and Iraq, the government said Tuesday.
U.N.: first refugee convoy since fall of Saddam returning to Iraq - 7/29/03 5:02 PM
GENEVA (AP) -- The first convoy of refugees returning to Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussein left their camps in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday evening, the U.N. refugee agency said.
Saddam dead or alive _ Pentagon says it has no preference - 7/29/03 4:59 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In the end, Saddam Hussein probably will be the one to decide whether he's taken dead or alive, Pentagon officials said Tuesday. They played down talk that his capture might be imminent.
Customs agents return confiscated items to Herald reporter returning from Iraq - 7/29/03 4:57 PM
BOSTON (AP) -- Customs agents have returned most of the 55 items confiscated from a Boston Herald reporter when he returned home after reporting on the Iraq war.
Audiotape attributed to Saddam acknowledges deaths of Odai, Qusai - 7/29/03 3:10 PM
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- A new audiotape attributed to Saddam Hussein and broadcast Tuesday on Arab satellite station Al-Arabiya acknowledges the death of the ousted dictator's two sons last week.
U.S. troops capture Saddam bodyguard; audiotape declares Odai and Qusai Hussein martyrs - 7/29/03 1:19 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- American soldiers overpowered and arrested a bodyguard who rarely left Saddam Hussein's side Tuesday and said they obtained documents and information that could help them close in on the former dictator. An audiotape attributed to the deposed Iraqi leader declared his sons martyrs.
CAIRO, Egypt: a week. - 7/29/03 12:49 PM
The voice began the tape with a verse from the Quran and said those killed in the gunfight in the northern Iraqi town of Mosul would be martyrs in heaven.
CAIRO, Egypt: July 22. - 7/29/03 12:40 PM
"Thank God for what he destined for us, and honored us with their martyrdom for his sake," the voice identified as Saddam said.
Members of the newly chosen nine-person presidency of Iraq's Governing Council - 7/29/03 12:31 PM
The nine members named Tuesday to the presidential panel of Iraq's Governing Council:
Iraq's Governing Council elects nine-member presidency - 7/29/03 11:54 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's Governing Council, the 25-member body set up by the U.S.-led coalition to run Iraq as an interim administration, elected a nine-member presidency Tuesday.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: single leader. - 7/29/03 11:53 AM
The council's statement Tuesday gave no details on how the presidency would function.
U.N.: first refugee convoy since fall of Saddam returning to Iraq - 7/29/03 7:22 AM
GENEVA (AP) -- The first convoy of refugees returning to Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussein is to leave Saudi Arabia on Tuesday evening, the U.N. refugee agency said.
U.S. troops capture Saddam bodyguard they say brings them closer to deposed dictator - 7/29/03 6:05 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- American soldiers overpowered and arrested a bodyguard who rarely left Saddam Hussein's side Tuesday and said they obtained documents and information that could help them close in on the former dictator.
U.S. troops capture Saddam bodyguard; Iraqi guerrillas kill American soldier - 7/29/03 4:25 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- American soldiers overpowered and arrested a bodyguard who rarely left Saddam Hussein's side early Tuesday. The raid in the deposed dictator's hometown also nabbed a security chief in the former government and a militia leader.
In Mosul, a glimpse of Iraq's future as its past looms large - 7/29/03 3:27 AM
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) -- Enemies only months ago, Iraqi Arabs and Kurds are training together under the Americans to form a new security force to help 101st Airborne Division troops keep the peace in this northern city.
Iraqi author returns to a country he helped expose to find it vexing, complex - 7/29/03 2:02 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- "Republic of Fear," the chilling portrayal of Saddam Hussein's brutality, was a landmark in its exiled author's long intellectual journey of discovery. Now, Kanan Makiya has returned to an Iraq his words helped expose and says he finds it a vexing and complex landscape.
Elderly Iraqi Jew celebrates new life in Israel - 7/29/03 1:56 AM
JERUSALEM (AP) -- Ezra Levy hesitated 51 years ago to come to Israel and missed his chance. This time around, the 82-year-old Iraqi Jew seized the moment and was reunited with his sister after five decades.

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