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Some Headlines Of Today

Saturday  August 9, 2003

Author arrested for allegedly smuggling ancient Iraqi artifacts - 8/9/03 8:06 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- The author of a book on rebuilding Iraq was arrested at Kennedy International Airport for allegedly smuggling stolen 4,000-year-old Mesopotamian artifacts out of Baghdad, authorities said Saturday.
Culture clash sparks tension between American troops and Iraqis _ and fuels resistance - 8/9/03 7:08 PM
JAZEERAT EL-ANBAR, Iraq (AP) -- The tribal leader had just been freed after 12 days in an American prison. Well-wishers flocked to his house. They kissed his cheek. They cried. Mostly, they cursed their U.S. occupiers.
A look at U.S. daily casualties in Iraq - 8/9/03 5:43 PM
As of Friday, Aug. 8, 257 U.S. soldiers had died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the military.
Four U.S. soldiers wounded in fresh attacks, FBI to take over probe of Jordanian Embassy bombing - 8/9/03 3:19 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- At least four American soldiers were wounded in guerrilla attacks Saturday, and the U.S.-led coalition said it thwarted a diesel-fuel smuggling operation, boarding a ship off the port of Umm Qasr and forcing it to return to shore.
U.S. forces arrest Saddam's former interior minister - 8/9/03 3:12 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Saddam Hussein's former interior minister -- No. 29 on the list of 55 most-wanted Iraqis -- is in U.S. custody, American military officials said Saturday.
Culture clash sparks tension between American troops and Iraqis _ and fuels resistance - 8/9/03 12:37 PM
JAZEERAT EL-ANBAR, Iraq (AP) -- The tribal leader had just been freed after 12 days in an American prison. Well-wishers flocked to his house. They kissed his cheek. They cried. Mostly, they cursed their U.S. occupiers.
Four U.S. soldiers wounded in attacks; FBI to probe Jordanian Embassy bombing - 8/9/03 12:16 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops came under renewed attacks Saturday that wounded at least four soldiers, and a team of FBI investigators prepared to take control of the probe into the car bombing of the Jordanian Embassy.
Point by point, a look back at a `thick' file, a fateful six months later - 8/9/03 12:12 PM
On a Baghdad evening last February, in a stiflingly warm conference room high above the city's streets, Iraqi bureaucrats, European envoys and foreign reporters crowded before television screens to hear the reading of an indictment.
Interpreting an overheard `forbidden ammo' - 8/9/03 12:03 PM
Last Feb. 5, in his presentation to the U.N. Security Council, Secretary of State Colin Powell played an audiotape of an intercepted conversation he said was between two Iraqi army officers, accompanied by a an official U.S. translation projected on a screen.
Four U.S. soldiers wounded in fresh attacks, FBI to take over probe of Jordanian Embassy bombing - 8/9/03 8:32 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops came under renewed attacks Saturday that wounded at least four soldiers, and a team of FBI investigators prepared to take control of the probe into the car bombing of the Jordanian Embassy.
Iraq begins a tally of its war dead - 8/9/03 1:32 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- While officials haven't compiled the toll of Iraq's current crime wave, they are beginning to try to tally casualties from the war itself.
Crime wave in Iraqi capital _ 47 times as many gunshot deaths as a year ago - 8/9/03 1:31 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Baghdad is at the height of a summer that is long, hot -- and violent. As police return to the war-shattered streets to try to restore order, they are finding themselves in the middle of an unprecedented crime wave.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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