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Some Headlines Of Today

Wednesday  July 30, 2003

U.N. chief says many nations want U.N. umbrella on U.S.-led operation in Iraq - 7/30/03 9:11 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Many nations want a U.N. umbrella on the U.S.-led operation in Iraq before they commit troops, and Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Wednesday that he would support a new U.N. resolution to help pull the necessary nations together.
U.S. hunts Saddam with technology both high and low - 7/30/03 7:56 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- The Americans are hunting Saddam Hussein using tattered documents, dusty tanks -- and satellites and flying robots.
Iraq governing council names first president as U.S. presses hunt for Saddam - 7/30/03 7:38 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- After weeks of struggling to choose a leader, Iraq's U.S.-picked interim government named its first president Wednesday -- a Shiite Muslim from a party banned by Saddam Hussein. U.S. troops, meanwhile, pressed the hunt for the ousted dictator and officers said it was "just a matter of
A look at U.S. daily casualties in Iraq - 7/30/03 6:31 PM
As of Wednesday, July 30, 246 U.S. soldiers have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to military officials.
U.S. military uses unorthodox tactics to woo violent Iraqi city - 7/30/03 4:28 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Faced with sporadic attacks, the U.S. Army has come up with some unorthodox policies to placate Fallujah -- handing over security to the locals, compensating people for homes damaged in raids and paying blood money to the families of American-inflicted casualties.
Iraq council names first president to serve one-month rotation - 7/30/03 2:36 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- After weeks of struggling to choose a leader, Iraq's American-picked interim government Wednesday named its first president -- a Shiite Muslim from a political party banned by Saddam Hussein. He will be the first of nine men serving one-month rotations leading postwar Iraq.
Iraq Governing Council names first president, will serve one-month term - 7/30/03 12:22 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A Shiite Muslim member of a political party banned by Saddam Hussein was chosen Wednesday to be the first leader of Iraq's U.S.-picked interim government, serving a one-month term that will be rotated among eight other faction leaders.
Blair concedes government hasn't convinced Britons that Iraq war was justified - 7/30/03 12:20 PM
LONDON (AP) -- Prime Minister Tony Blair conceded Wednesday that he hasn't convinced Britons the Iraq war was necessary, but said voters will ultimately judge him on close-to-home issues like the economy, health care, education and crime.
Skeptical Iraqis begin to accept death of Saddam Hussein's sons - 7/30/03 9:43 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Skeptical Iraqis began to accept that Saddam Hussein's sons Odai and Qusai were dead after a new audiotape attributed to the fallen dictator acknowledged his sons had become martyrs in the fight against American occupation.
Blair says government has yet to convince people Iraq war was justified - 7/30/03 6:05 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Prime Minister Tony Blair said Wednesday that his government had yet to convince the British people that the Iraq war was justified.
First group of Iraqi refugees returns home after more than 12 years in Saudi camp - 7/30/03 5:22 AM
SAFWAN, Iraq (AP) -- Five buses carrying 240 Iraqis crossed the desert border from Kuwait early Wednesday, met by excited relatives welcoming the first group of Iraqi refugees to return since the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime.
Tape attributed to Saddam acknowledges sons' deaths, U.S. Army says documents could help corner ousted leader - 7/30/03 2:58 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- In a new audiotape attributed 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.
Experts fear attacks in Iraq will continue even if Saddam is captured - 7/30/03 1:45 AM
Despite the deaths of Saddam Hussein's sons, some Iraq experts fear attacks against U.S. troops will persist even if the ousted Iraqi leader himself falls into American hands.
Excerpts from Saddam Hussein's tape - 7/30/03 1:36 AM
Excerpts from audiotape purported to be Saddam Hussein aired Tuesday on Al-Arabiya satellite channel
Administration officials hear bipartisan Senate criticism on Iraq - 7/30/03 1:35 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Bush administration is defending U.S. operations in Iraq as the focus of the battle against terror, but is facing bipartisan criticism in Congress over its justifications for the invasion and failure to specify the war's ongoing costs.

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