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Wednesday  August 13, 2003

U.S. introduces resolution to welcome Iraqi Governing Council and establish U.N. mission in Iraq - 8/13/03 10:37 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United States introduced a resolution Wednesday that would establish a U.N. mission in Iraq and welcome the Iraqi Governing Council as "an important step" toward the formation of a true government -- but it faced strong opposition from Syria.
A look at U.S. daily casualties in Iraq - 8/13/03 9:49 PM
As of Wednesday, Aug. 13, 267 U.S. soldiers have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the military.
Iraq resumes pumping oil through Turkish pipeline, in new milestone for reviving crude exports - 8/13/03 8:59 PM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- Iraq began pumping crude oil from its northern oil fields Wednesday for the first time since the war -- a milestone in the restoration of the country's oil production that augurs well for thirsty world markets.
Soldier dies of embolism in Iraq, father says - 8/13/03 8:04 PM
GUILFORD, Conn. (AP) -- An Army counterintelligence analyst who had been assigned to the Pentagon when it was attacked by terrorists died of an illness while serving in Iraq, his father said Wednesday.
Soldiers return fire on demonstrators in Baghdad, one civilian killed - 8/13/03 4:22 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. soldiers shot into a crowd of thousands of demonstrators in a Baghdad slum on Wednesday, killing one civilian and wounding four after a rocket-propelled grenade was fired at them, the military said. North of Baghdad, guerrillas killed two American troops.
U.S. soldiers fire into crowd, killing civilian - 8/13/03 4:01 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. soldiers shot into a crowd in a Baghdad slum Wednesday, killing one civilian and wounding four, after being fired on with a rocket-propelled grenade, the military said.
U.S. introduces resolution to welcome Iraqi Governing Council and establish U.N. mission in Iraq - 8/13/03 2:42 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United States introduced a resolution Wednesday that would establish a U.N. mission in Iraq and welcome the Iraqi Governing Council as "an important step" toward the formation of a true government.
Campaign unites military families, veterans pleading to bring troops home - 8/13/03 2:12 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Susan Schuman's son writes home from Iraq complaining of poor living conditions, skimpy water rations and dozens of daily attacks on U.S. troops that go unreported.
Iraq pumps first oil through Turkish pipeline since war - 8/13/03 12:36 PM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- Iraq began pumping fresh crude oil Wednesday through a pipeline to Turkey's Mediterranean coast for the first time since the war, a Turkish oil official said.
U.S. raid nets two Republican Guard leaders, Fedayeen Saddam paymaster; two U.S. soldiers killed - 8/13/03 12:35 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Guerrillas killed two American soldiers north of Baghdad, and U.S. forces said Wednesday they were holding two key members of Saddam Hussein's Republican Guard and a paymaster for his feared Fedayeen militia.
ANKARA, Turkey: official said. - 8/13/03 11:12 AM
Iraq began pumping oil at around 4:30 p.m., said the oil official, speaking on condition of anonymity, at Turkey's Ceyhan terminal.
Two Republican Guard leaders, Fedayeen Saddam paymaster in custody; two U.S. soldiers killed - 8/13/03 9:36 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops identified Saddam Hussein loyalists in custody Wednesday as two key members of the ousted dictator's Republican Guard and a paymaster for his Fedayeen Saddam militia.
Two Republican Guard leaders, Fedayeen Saddam paymaster in custody; U.S. soldier killed - 8/13/03 8:22 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops identified Saddam Hussein loyalists in custody Wednesday as two key members of the ousted dictator's Republican Guard and a paymaster for his Fedayeen Saddam militia.
Bremer: U.S. officials don't know how long troops will have to remain in Iraq - 8/13/03 7:44 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. officials don't know how long American troops must remain in Iraq, but progress is being made in turning more responsibility for security over to the Iraqi people, a Bush administration official said Wednesday.
US-Iraq - 8/13/03 7:41 AM
"We have to get a sovereign Iraqi government in place here," said civilian administrator L. Paul Bremer. "The question then is how long it takes to get a sovereign government."
U.S. soldier killed, another wounded in roadside bomb explosion - 8/13/03 5:04 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. soldier was killed and one was wounded Wednesday when their convoy hit a roadside bomb in northern Iraq, the military reported.
U.S. administrator in Iraq says country should appreciate freedoms, not just lament shortages - 8/13/03 2:33 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqis should measure their progress by the freedoms they enjoy, not the services they don't have, the top U.S. civilian administrator for Iraq said.
All U.S. troops in Iraq to serve one year, commander says; that's news to some soldiers - 8/13/03 2:28 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- All troops in Iraq should expect to serve for at least a year, with brief rest breaks in the region and possibly a few days at home, the commander of U.S. forces says. That came as news to some soldiers.
Woman says she was secretly married to Saddam - 8/13/03 1:54 AM
AL HATR, Iraq (AP) -- As the bride and groom signed their names in the traditional Muslim marriage book, the bride's father was frightened, and with good reason.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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