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Friday  August 22, 2003

U.N. Chief warns that world body won't support new resolution - 8/22/03 11:04 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Secretary-General Kofi Annan warned Friday that the U.S. campaign to persuade more countries to send troops to Iraq will fail unless the United States agrees to a U.N.-authorized force that shares decision-making with coalition forces.
Thirteen victims identified in Iraq bombing - 8/22/03 10:44 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The following is a list of 13 names of identified victims killed in Tuesday's bombing of the U.N. headquarters building in Baghdad. The names were released by employers.
U.N. bombing could have been an inside job, U.S. security official says - 8/22/03 6:39 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. investigators suspect the bombing of the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad was an inside job and are questioning Iraqi employees and guards, many of whom were linked to Saddam Hussein's security service, a top American official said Friday.
The list of those who might attack U.S. and U.N. in Iraq is long: Saddam loyalists, foreign terrorists, criminals and angry Iraqis - 8/22/03 6:27 PM
A fired cop, an unpaid Iraqi soldier, a band of black marketeers whose dealings were disrupted by pesky police patrols. A terrorist cabal or two -- or maybe 20 -- with differing goals but similar tactics. A drunk with a grudge and a grenade.
More coalition troops in Iraq will help U.S. 'hunter' teams, Bush says - 8/22/03 5:10 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The arrival of more coalition troops in Iraq will free American military teams to look for Saddam Hussein's loyalists and Islamic extremists, President Bush said Friday.
A look at U.S. daily casualties in Iraq - 8/22/03 5:09 PM
As of Friday, Aug. 22, 273 U.S. soldiers have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the military.
NYC family rejoices at news that United Nations worker reported killed in Iraq is alive - 8/22/03 5:01 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- On her 54th birthday, Marilyn Manuel gave her family a gift: a phone call from Iraq that stunned relatives who had thought she died in a Baghdad terrorist bombing.
Turkey says a stable Iraq is a priority but delays decision on peacekeepers - 8/22/03 3:13 PM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- Turkey's top leaders said Friday that "re-establishing order" in Iraq was one of their country's priorities, but delayed a decision on whether to send peacekeepers to their southern neighbor.
American soldiers giving Iraqis basic training to act as civil defense force - 8/22/03 3:02 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Volunteers for the new Iraqi civil defense forces get a week of basic training in tasks such as marksmanship and identifying bombs, U.S. soldiers involved in the process said Friday.
Both U.S. soldiers claimed as captured in Iraq are safe - 8/22/03 2:43 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- By the time a shadowy group of Iraqis claimed to have captured Maj. Andrew C. Peters, he had spent a week in an Army hospital in Texas recovering from a land mine explosion in Iraq.
Turkish foreign minister says troops to Iraq possible - 8/22/03 1:28 PM
ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP) -- Turkey's foreign minister said his nation could send peacekeepers to Iraq, but he stressed the soldiers would help with rebuilding efforts and "definitely will not be occupiers."
Army cannot keep up with demand for vehicle replacement parts in Iraq - 8/22/03 1:24 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Army overcame enormous logistics obstacles in the successful march to Baghdad last spring, but sustaining the force has become a problem, a senior Army general said Friday.
U.S. campaign to get more countries to contribute troops in Iraq faces uphill battle - 8/22/03 12:55 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Secretary-General Kofi Annan warned Friday that the Security Council would be unlikely to support a new U.N. resolution for sending more troops to Iraq if the U.S.-led coalition doesn't agree to share decision-making and responsibility.
Both U.S. soldiers claimed as captured in Iraq are safe, Pentagon officials say - 8/22/03 12:20 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A previously unknown Iraqi group obtained two U.S. soldiers' identification cards and claimed to be holding them captive, but Pentagon officials said the soldiers were safe and had never been missing.
Body of chief U.N. envoy leaves Baghdad after tearful airport ceremony - 8/22/03 11:46 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The body of Sergio Vieira de Mello, the United Nations' top diplomat in Iraq, left Baghdad on Friday aboard a Brazilian air force jet following a tearful airport ceremony.
WASHINGTON: in Iraq. - 8/22/03 11:33 AM
Pentagon officials said the military was investigating the incident to determine how the previously unknown group got the cards.
WASHINGTON: officials said. - 8/22/03 11:32 AM
LBC broadcast close-ups of the cards: one carrying the name of Capt. Katherine V. Rose of the 142nd Corps Support Battalion from Fort Polk, La., and a Pennsylvania driver's license with the name Andrew C. Peters, 37. A call to the address on the driver's license was answered by a person who hung up.
WASHINGTON: of anonymity. - 8/22/03 11:22 AM
LBC broadcast close-ups of the cards: an identification in the name of Capt. Katherine V. Rose of the 142nd Corps Support Battalion from Fort Polk, La., and a Pennsylvania driver's license with the name Andrew C. Peters, 37. A call to the address on the driver's license was answered by a person who hung up ...
Pentagon says one soldier claimed captured is accounted for - 8/22/03 11:20 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- One of two U.S. soldiers an unknown group claimed to have captured in Iraq is safe and accounted for, a military official said Friday.
Group claims it has captured two U.S. soldiers in Iraq in statement broadcast on Lebanese television - 8/22/03 11:00 AM
BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) -- A previously unknown group claimed to have captured two U.S. soldiers in an attack on a military convoy west of Baghdad, according to a statement broadcast Friday by the Lebanese Broadcasting Corp
U.S. security official: U.N. bombing may have been an inside job - 8/22/03 9:59 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. investigators probing the bombing of the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad are focusing on whether the compound's Iraqi guards with ties to Saddam Hussein's security service may have helped the attackers, U.S. officials said Friday.
U.N. bombing probe focusses on security guards hired by Saddam's regime - 8/22/03 7:10 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. investigators probing the bombing of the United Nations' Baghdad headquarters focused Friday on the possibility that former Iraqi intelligence agents working as guards in the compound may have assisted the attackers, a U.S. official said.
Philippine woman reported killed in U.N. bombing in Baghdad is still alive - 8/22/03 6:39 AM
MANILA, Philippines (AP) -- A Filipino woman who was reported to have been killed in the bombing of the United Nations office in Baghdad is still alive, family members and a Philippine official said.
Abizaid says terrorists in Iraq pose gravest threat to stability - 8/22/03 5:57 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Terrorism has replaced hit-and-run attacks on American soldiers as the biggest threat to U.S.-led efforts to stabilize Iraq, the commander of U.S. forces in Iraq says.
Two U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq, military says - 8/22/03 5:11 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Two U.S. soldiers were killed in Iraq, the U.S. military said Friday, bringing the number of American combat deaths to 179, 32 more than were killed during the first Gulf war.
Soldiers' families still facing fears as U.S. death toll in Iraq continues to grow - 8/22/03 3:07 AM
CALUMET CITY, Ill. (AP) -- Pfc. Brandon Ramsey wrote to his co-workers from Iraq this summer saying not to believe reports that the war was over.
Former analyst says Australian prime minister's office distorted Iraq intelligence - 8/22/03 2:42 AM
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) -- A former intelligence analyst on Friday accused the Australian government of exaggerating the threat posed by Iraq to justify sending troops to war.
Filipino woman reported killed in U.N. bombing in Baghdad still alive - 8/22/03 2:07 AM
MANILA, Philippines (AP) -- A Filipino woman who was reported to have been killed in the bombing of the United Nations office in Iraq is still alive, an official said Friday.
Powell: U.S. seeking new U.N. resolution that might call on countries to provide more troops - 8/22/03 2:02 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- A U.S. campaign to get more countries to contribute troops to the U.S.-led force in Iraq faces an uphill struggle in the U.N. Security Council, which is still bitterly divided over the American decision to launch a war against Saddam Hussein's regime without U.N. approval.

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