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Some Headlines Of Today

Saturday  August 2, 2003

A look at U.S. daily casualties in Iraq - 8/2/03 7:30 PM
As of Saturday, Aug. 2, 249 U.S. soldiers have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to military officials.
Arab League chief willing to meet with new Iraqi council - 8/2/03 6:16 PM
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- The head of the Arab League is willing to meet with representatives of Iraq's Governing Council if they approach him, the league's spokesman said Saturday.
Hussein brothers buried in Saddam's hometown; Bremer blames attacks on four groups, but denies Iraqi hatred of U.S. forces - 8/2/03 2:31 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Saddam Hussein's two elder sons and a grandson were buried as martyrs Saturday in rocky soil near the deposed leader's hometown, where insurgents afterward attacked U.S. troops with three remote controlled bombs.
Pioneering Army unit will make its combat debut in Iraq this fall - 8/2/03 1:44 PM
FORT LEWIS, Wash. (AP) -- A whisper of cool, mountain air slips through an open window in Col. Michael Rounds' office at this quiet Army post in the shadow of the Cascades. The setting could hardly be more unlike what Rounds' soldiers will face shortly in hot and chaotic Iraq.
Former New York police commissioner brings his own style to policing Iraq - 8/2/03 1:17 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Bernard Kerik was dubbed the "Baghdad Terminator" after he summarily dismissed a newly reinstated Iraqi official who turned out to be a member of Saddam Hussein's Baath Party.
Hussein brothers buried in Saddam's hometown - 8/2/03 12:45 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Leaders of Saddam Hussein's tribe buried the ousted dictator's sons, Odai and Qusai, and a grandson Saturday, their bodies wrapped in Iraqi flags in a sign the family considered them to be martyrs.
Red Crescent says Hussein brothers buried in Tikrit - 8/2/03 11:21 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Leaders of Saddam Hussein's tribe buried the ousted dictator's sons, Odai and Qusai, and a grandson Saturday, their bodies wrapped in Iraqi flags in a sign the family considered them to be martyrs.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: to Tikrit. - 8/2/03 6:37 AM
Al-Karboli said Saddam relatives approached the Red Crescent four days ago, asking it to act as an intermediary in recovering the bodies.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: in Mosul. - 8/2/03 6:35 AM
A military official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the funeral ceremony at the family cemetery was quiet and uneventful.
U.S. soldier killed, three injured in convoy attack east of Baghdad - 8/2/03 5:59 AM
Besides rhetoric, much is mystery in tapes by anti-U.S. groups - 8/2/03 5:58 AM
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- Statements from shadowy groups claiming they are battling the Americans in Iraq bring to mind communications from terrorist groups and Palestinians fighting Israel, but it's not clear whether the people making the Iraqi tapes are the real thing.
Iraqi Red Crescent takes bodies of Saddam Hussein's sons to Tikrit for burial - 8/2/03 5:42 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. military handed over the bodies of Saddam Hussein's sons, Odai and Qusai, to the Iraqi Red Crescent Society, which took the corpses for burial in their hometown of Tikrit, the U.S. Army said on Saturday
BAGHDAD, Iraq: Gulf War. - 8/2/03 5:41 AM
The Arab satellite television broadcaster Al-Jazeera reported that one U.S. soldier also died Saturday morning in an attack north of the capital, but the military said it had no details on the incident.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: the pictures. - 8/2/03 3:27 AM
U.S. military sources in Tikrit expressed concern about the return of the men to the city, where the former ruling family is still revered for granting huge economic and political favors to its residents. Large numbers of Saddam's family still live there.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: Todd Pruden. - 8/2/03 3:18 AM
The bodies of the two men were being held in refrigeration at the U.S. base at Baghdad International Airport where they were prepared for burial according to western -- not Muslim -- custom by military morticians. The brothers were killed by American forces in a huge and lengthy gun battle July 22 in Mosul ...
U.N. team goes to Baghdad to give advice on a new electoral process - 8/2/03 2:02 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- A U.N. team is heading to Baghdad to advise Iraqis and the U.S.-led coalition running the country about organizing elections, U.N. spokesman Fred Eckhard said.

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