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Some Headlines Of Today

Sunday  August 24, 2003

AP Exclusive: U.S. military analysts who examined Iraqi drones discount Bush administration view the unmanned aircraft can spread weapons - 8/25/03 1:27 AM
Huddled over a fleet of abandoned Iraqi drones, U.S. weapons experts in Baghdad came to one conclusion: Despite the Bush administration's public assertions, these unmanned aerial vehicles weren't designed to dispense biological or chemical weapons.
In cradle of civilization, U.S. soldiers on duty in Iraq rediscover God in Tigris River baptisms - 8/24/03 5:06 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- With war and death on his mind, Spc. Barry Page was baptized Sunday in the Tigris River by an Army chaplain at the sprawling U.S. military headquarters on the fabled river's banks.
A look at U.S. daily casualties in Iraq - 8/24/03 4:45 PM
As of Sunday, Aug. 24, 273 U.S. soldiers have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.
Bomb rips through home of leading Muslim Shiite cleric; Americans recruiting Saddam intelligence agents - 8/24/03 2:25 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A bomb ripped through the home of one of Iraq's most important Shiite clerics in the Islamic holy city of Najaf on Sunday, killing three guards and injuring family members, a relative of the cleric and member of the Iraqi Governing Council said.
Amid rise in terror attacks, U.S. officials say more intelligence, not troops needed in Iraq - 8/24/03 2:22 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Faced with rising numbers of attacks, sabotage and foreign terrorists, U.S. officials on Sunday rejected sending more American troops to stabilize Iraq but said they would welcome additional help from other countries.
U.S. troops using confiscated Iraqi AK-47s - 8/24/03 2:00 PM
BAQOUBA, Iraq (AP) -- An American soldier stands at the side of an Iraqi highway, puts his AK-47 on fully automatic and pulls the trigger.
AP Exclusive: U.S. military analysts who examined Iraqi drones discount Bush administration view the unmanned aircraft can spread weapons - 8/24/03 1:34 PM
Huddled over a fleet of abandoned Iraqi drones, U.S. weapons experts in Baghdad came to one conclusion: Despite the Bush administration's public assertions, these unmanned aerial vehicles weren't designed to dispense biological or chemical weapons.
International Committee of the Red Cross reducing staff because of terror fears - 8/24/03 12:38 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The International Committee of the Red Cross said Sunday it was scaling back the number of people working in Baghdad after receiving warnings that the organization might be a terror target.
Top US official in Iraq says more intelligence, cooperation needed, not troops - 8/24/03 11:52 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The top U.S. official in Iraq said Sunday the United States needs better intelligence and more cooperation from the Iraqi people to stabilize the situation there, but insisted that more U.S. troops weren't needed.
Bomb explodes outside religious cleric's home, U.S.-led coalition hiring former Iraqi intelligence agents - 8/24/03 11:31 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A bomb exploded outside the house of one of Iraqi's most important Shiite clerics on Sunday, killing three guards and injuring 10 others. The fresh violence comes as the U.S.-led coalition quietly recruits former Iraqi spies to work with American intelligence officials in the country, ...
Ethnic fighting spreads to Kirkuk; Iraqi police try to keep order in town scarred by clashes - 8/24/03 10:02 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Rocket-propelled grenades were fired at statues of two Turkomen heroes as ethnic fighting spread to the northern city of Kirkuk and police tried to maintain order in a nearby town.
Bomb targets one of Iraq's key Shiite clerics; kills three, injures 10 - 8/24/03 10:01 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A bomb exploded Sunday outside the house of one of Iraqi's most important Shiite clerics, killing three guards and injuring 10 others including family members.

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