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Thursday  July 31, 2003

A look at U.S. daily casualties in Iraq - 7/31/03 7:59 PM
As of Thursday, July 31, 248 U.S. soldiers have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to military officials.
British lawmakers say Iraq war may have hurt al-Qaida fight - 7/31/03 6:53 PM
LONDON (AP) -- The war against Iraq did not significantly diminish al-Qaida and may even have hampered the struggle against the terrorist network, a British parliamentary committee said Thursday.
U.S. approves $30 million reward for Odai-Qusai tipster; Saddam's daughters get asylum in Jordan; - 7/31/03 6:38 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The Bush administration approved a $30 million payment Thursday to the informant who led U.S. troops to Saddam Hussein's two sons, while two of the ousted dictator's daughters took refuge in Jordan in a sign of further pressure on remnants of the defeated regime.
U.S.-led administration seeks bids for three wireless phone networks in Iraq - 7/31/03 5:07 PM
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) -- Iraq's U.S.-led administration began seeking bids Thursday for three wireless phone networks to serve the war-ravaged country, where the landline phone system is in shambles and temporary cellular service is available only for military, government and aid officials.
Informant to pocket $30 million for leading U.S. troops to Saddam's sons - 7/31/03 4:56 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Bush administration on Thursday approved payment of $30 million to the informant who helped troops find Saddam Hussein's two sons, the largest reward ever made under a U.S. program.
Saddam's daughters get asylum in Jordan; U.S. approves $30 million reward for Odai-Qusai tipster - 7/31/03 4:54 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Two of Saddam Hussein's daughters took refuge in Jordan on Thursday as the Bush administration approved a $30 million payment to the informant who led U.S. troops to the ousted dictator's two sons.
Saddam's daughters take refuge in Jordan; U.S. to pay $30 million in reward to tipster in Saddam sons' deaths - 7/31/03 3:20 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Two of Saddam Hussein's daughters took refuge in Jordan on Thursday, while the Bush administration approved a $30 million payment to the tipster who led U.S. troops to the deposed Iraqi leader's two sons.
Administration to pay $30 million in reward to tipster in Saddam sons' deaths - 7/31/03 2:19 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Bush administration has approved the payment of $30 million in reward money to the tipster who supplied the critical information that led U.S. troops to the hideout of Saddam Hussein's two sons, slain two weeks ago, a U.S. official said Thursday.
CIA weapons adviser says solid progress made in search for Iraqi weapons - 7/31/03 1:46 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- An adviser to the CIA hinted Thursday that U.S. and coalition personnel were close to a breakthrough in the search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
WASHN: reward program - 7/31/03 1:30 PM
State Department spokesman Richard Boucher said the next U.S. goal is to get Saddam, himself. A $25 million reward has been posted for his capture
WASHN: said Thursday. - 7/31/03 1:26 PM
Neighbors of Sheik Nawaf al-Zaydan Muhhamad, an Iraqi with ties to Saddam Hussein, have blamed him for tipping off coalition forces that the ousted Iraqi leader's sons Odai and Qusai were staying with him and his family.
Administration to pay $30 million in reward to tipster - 7/31/03 1:18 PM
Secretary of State Colin Powell decided to award the tipster $15 million for information that led authorities to Odai and Qusai's hideout.
War crimes tribunal hands down first life sentence, but acquits Bosnian Serb of genocide - 7/31/03 11:51 AM
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) -- The U.N. war crimes tribunal handed down its first life sentence Thursday, convicting a prominent Bosnian Serb political leader of the extermination and persecution of Bosnian Muslims but acquitting him of genocide.
Japan lawmakers depart for Iraq to assess safety for troops - 7/31/03 11:35 AM
TOKYO (AP) -- A delegation of Japanese lawmakers left for Iraq on Thursday to assess whether it is safe enough for Japanese forces to aid in Iraq's reconstruction and support peacekeepers.
War crimes tribunal acquits Bosnian Serb of genocide - 7/31/03 10:27 AM
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) -- The U.N. war crimes tribunal sentenced a prominent Bosnian Serb politician to life imprisonment Thursday for exterminating and persecuting Bosnian Muslims, but acquitted him of genocide.
Bremer says Iraq elections possible within a year; two U.S. soldiers die as Saddam chased - 7/31/03 9:50 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's U.S.-appointed Governing Council, struggling with questions about its legitimacy, could be replaced through general elections held within a year, Iraq's U.S. administrator said Thursday. Two American soldiers were reported killed as troops chased Saddam Hussein in northern Iraq ...
THE HAGUE, Netherlands: committed there. - 7/31/03 9:42 AM
"The trial chamber has found that killings occurred frequently in the camps. There can be no doubt that massacres were committed," Schomburg said.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands: 10-year history. - 7/31/03 9:35 AM
The balding, bearded Stakic was charged with two counts of genocide and six counts of crimes against humanity and war crimes for the murder, rape and torture administered in the camps set up in the Prijedor region of northwestern Bosnia during the summer of 1992.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands: court said. - 7/31/03 9:25 AM
"The trial chamber has not found this case to be a case of genocide, rather a serious case of persecution, deportation and extermination," said Judge Wolfgang Schomburg, reading a summary of the verdict.
War crimes tribunal acquits Bosnian Serb of genocide - 7/31/03 9:22 AM
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) -- The U.N. war crimes tribunal acquitted a prominent Bosnian Serb politician Thursday of genocide during the Bosnian war but said he committed serious acts of persecution and extermination.
Soldier killed in Baghdad when APC hits land mine in second death reported Thursday - 7/31/03 9:06 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- An American soldier was killed Thursday when his armored personnel carrier hit a land mine on the dangerous road from central Baghdad to the city's airport.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: Gulf War. - 7/31/03 8:58 AM
In the assault late Wednesday, the U.S. Central Command said soldiers from the 4th Infantry Division came under attack east of the town of Baqouba, where U.S. troops have come under repeated assault recently, especially by mortar fire.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: late Wednesday. - 7/31/03 8:52 AM
The U.S. military in Baghdad said the mine exploded beneath a M113 armored personnel carrier, killing the soldier and wounding three others.
British report finds Iraq war may have drawn recruits to al-Qaida - 7/31/03 8:49 AM
LONDON (AP) -- The war in Iraq failed to reduce security threats against Britain and may have harmed efforts to tackle the al-Qaida terror network, a parliamentary committee said Thursday.
U.S. soldier killed in Baghdad when APC hits landmine - 7/31/03 8:43 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. soldier was killed Thursday when his armored personnel carrier ran over a land mine on the dangerous road from central Baghad to the city's airport, the military reported.
Iraq general elections possible within a year; U.S. soldier killed in northern Iraq - 7/31/03 6:16 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's U.S.-appointed governing council, struggling with questions about its legitimacy, could be replaced by an elected government after general elections in less than a year, Iraq's U.S. administrator said Thursday. An American soldier was killed as troops chased Saddam Hussein from ...
Iraq's U.S. administrator says general elections could come within a year - 7/31/03 4:17 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's U.S. administrator, L. Paul Bremer, said Thursday that general elections could be held in Iraq within a year to replace a U.S.-appointed Governing Council whose legitimacy has been questioned by the international community.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: international loans. - 7/31/03 4:12 AM
"And although that will mark my final retirement as a diplomat, it will mean that you, the diplomats of Iraq, will be going forward representing a fully sovereign government," Bremer said.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: July 13. - 7/31/03 4:00 AM
Bremer, a former diplomat and counter-terrorism expert, said the elections would be held once a new constitution has been written and accepted by the Iraqi people in a referendum.
U.S. soldier killed in small-arms fire in northern Iraq - 7/31/03 3:10 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. soldier was killed and two were wounded by small-arms fire at their base in northern Iraq, the military said Thursday.
TIKRIT, Iraq: Gulf War. - 7/31/03 3:08 AM
The attack was 25 miles east of Baqouba, where U.S. troops have come under repeated attack recently, especially by mortar fire.
TIKRIT, Iraq: p.m. Wednesday. - 7/31/03 3:01 AM
The wounded soldiers, who won't be identified until their families are notified, were taken to a military hospital for treatment, Centcom said in a statement.
U.N. tribunal to issue judgment in genocide case against Bosnian Serb politician - 7/31/03 2:42 AM
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) -- The verdict against Milomir Stakic, who is charged with genocide for his role in Bosnia's war, could influence the outcome of a far more important war crimes case -- that of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic.
In Iraq's far north, a vital trade route with Syria reopened as a people regain their footing - 7/31/03 1:55 AM
ALONG THE IRAQ-SYRIA BORDER (AP) -- The first train from Syria through northern Iraq to Mosul was a few minutes late, but after more than a year without service, the residents of Rabiyah weren't complaining.
U.S. military uses unorthodox tactics to woo violent Iraqi city - 7/31/03 1:50 AM
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.
U.N. chief says many nations want U.N. authority on U.S.-led operation in Iraq - 7/31/03 12:13 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Wednesday that many nations want a broader U.N. mandate in Iraq before they commit troops and he would support a new U.N. resolution to get the world to pull together and help stabilize the country.

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