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Some Headlines Of Today

Monday  August 11, 2003

Armless Iraqi boy should be able to lead a nearly normal life, doctor says - 8/11/03 10:33 PM
LONDON (AP) -- An Iraqi boy who lost both arms in the war that toppled Saddam Hussein will be a messenger for peace in the world, a Kuwaiti health official said Monday.
Coalition forces launch raid in northeast, American soldier reported killed - 8/11/03 9:20 PM
AIN LALIN, Iraq (AP) -- American troops swooped into a remote Iraqi village aboard Black Hawk helicopters Monday in search of a member of Saddam Hussein's inner circle. They couldn't find him, but rounded up about 70 suspects.
Israeli pilot's helmet returned to Israel after three decades in Iraq - 8/11/03 7:40 PM
JERUSALEM (AP) -- A helmet that might have belonged to an Israeli pilot whose plane was shot down over Iraq in the 1967 Middle East war is back in Israeli hands, the military said Monday.
A look at U.S. daily casualties in Iraq - 8/11/03 5:37 PM
As of Monday, Aug. 11, 262 U.S. soldiers have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the military.
101st Airborne Division general wants to bring soldiers home from Iraq for break - 8/11/03 4:19 PM
FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) -- The commanding general of the 101st Airborne Division wrote in a letter to deployed soldiers' families that he is hoping to bring his soldiers home from Iraq for a mid-tour break.
Sick veteran battles bureaucracy back home - 8/11/03 4:12 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- After Army Sgt. Vannessa Turner survived a still-unknown illness doctors feared would kill her, she thought her toughest battle was over.
Armless Iraqi boy should be able to lead a nearly normal life, doctor says - 8/11/03 1:36 PM
LONDON (AP) -- An Iraqi boy who lost both arms in the war that toppled Saddam Hussein will be a messenger for peace in the world, a Kuwaiti health official said Monday.
Iraqi heat, beyond intense, makes work of coalition soldiers even harder - 8/11/03 1:27 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- It's 122 degrees in the shade.
Basra reported quiet as power restored, U.S. troops miss Saddam loyalist in raid - 8/11/03 12:39 PM
BASRA, Iraq (AP) -- British troops restored badly needed electricity to parts of Basra and supervised distribution of gasoline Monday after two days of protests over fuel and power shortages. A U.S. soldier was killed and two were wounded in a bomb attack in central Iraq.
U.S. raids village near Iranian border but fails to capture main target - 8/11/03 12:21 PM
AIN LALIN, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. forces raided a village near the Iranian border Monday in search of an Iraqi official who allegedly planned attacks on American troops, but failed to find him.
A father's choice: kill son or watch family die - 8/11/03 4:32 AM
DHULUAIYAH, Iraq (AP) -- The tale is recounted only in whispers, but its horror still rings loud through the orchards of apples, dates and figs surrounding this small town.
Basra reported quiet after two days of protests as power restored; bomb kills U.S. soldier - 8/11/03 4:23 AM
BASRA, Iraq (AP) -- British troops restored badly needed electricity to parts of Basra and supervised distribution of gasoline Monday after two days of protests over fuel and power shortages. In northern Iraq, a U.S. soldier was killed and two others wounded in a bomb attack.
Basra reported quiet as power restored, bombs explode near Baghdad's British office - 8/11/03 4:00 AM
BASRA, Iraq (AP) -- British troops restored badly needed electricity to parts of Basra and supervised distribution of gasoline Monday after two days of protests over fuel and power shortages. In northern Iraq, a U.S. soldier was killed and two others wounded in a bomb attack.
BASRA: combat over. - 8/11/03 3:51 AM
In Basra, a British patrol returned fire after it came under attack late Sunday, wounding two assailants, British military spokesman Capt. Hisham Halawi told The Associated Press. Two others escaped and were being pursued, he said. There were no British casualties.
Leading senator says flawed assumptions causing postwar problems in Iraq - 8/11/03 1:57 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Largely because of faulty planning for postwar Iraq, the conflict there remains unresolved more than 100 days after President Bush declared the end of major combat, a key lawmaker says.
Iraqi masses may have slippery hold on oil wealth - 8/11/03 1:16 AM
Iraq is swimming in oil, but anybody who thinks that such natural wealth translates into a fat and happy middle class is in for a crude awakening.

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