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Tuesday  August 26, 2003

U.S. begins anti-bandit operation; American postwar death toll hits 140 - 8/26/03 10:23 PM
KHALIS, Iraq (AP) -- Hundreds of U.S. forces launched a series of raids Tuesday to hunt down bandits, gangsters and Saddam Hussein loyalists, capturing at least 24.
A look at U.S. daily casualties in Iraq - 8/26/03 6:55 PM
As of Tuesday, Aug. 26, 277 U.S. soldiers have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.
U.N. comes to standstill as thousands march in tribute to fallen colleagues and demand better security - 8/26/03 6:29 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The business of the United Nations came to a standstill for 30 minutes Tuesday as 2,000 U.N. staff, joined by Secretary-General Kofi Annan and Security Council ambassadors, marched in silent tribute to their fallen colleagues.
Mosul, with its tight-knit tribal communities, favorite place for former regime fugitives - 8/26/03 1:53 PM
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) -- The United States is offering a $25 million reward for Saddam Hussein, but many people in Mosul say they wouldn't turn in the ousted dictator even if the bounty were hundreds of millions of dollars.
U.S. soldiers storm northern Iraqi town to smash crime ring - 8/26/03 12:52 PM
KHALIS, Iraq (AP) -- Hundreds of U.S. soldiers raided a northern town Tuesday in a bid to smash a crime ring wanted for murder, gunrunning and a terrorist attack on a police station that killed an American soldier earlier this month.
Not much U.N. support for U.S. appeal for more troops, officials say - 8/26/03 10:49 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Bush administration, encountering U.N. Security Council resistance, may not seek a resolution giving the U.N.'s blessing for the deployment of additional foreign forces in Iraq, U.S. officials say.
U.S. soldiers storm northern Iraqi town hunting to smash crime ring - 8/26/03 10:13 AM
KHALIS, Iraq (AP) -- Hundreds of U.S. soldiers raided a northern town Tuesday in a bid to smash a crime ring wanted for murder, gunrunning and a terrorist attack on a police station that killed an American soldier earlier this month.
U.S. soldiers storm northern Iraqi town hunting for gangster in bid to boost security - 8/26/03 9:10 AM
KHALIS, Iraq (AP) -- Hundreds of U.S. soldiers raided a northern town Tuesday in a bid to smash a crime ring wanted for murder, gunrunning and a terrorist attack on a police station that killed an American soldier earlier this month.
KHALIS, Iraq: military announced. - 8/26/03 8:30 AM
The incident brought the death toll since May 1, when President Bush declared an end to major combat, to one more than the number of soldiers who died during heavy fighting before that date. Since the war began March 20, 277 U.S. forces have died. Since May 1, 66 soldiers have died in combat.
Not much U.N. support for U.S. appeal for more troops, officials say - 8/26/03 7:48 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Bush administration, encountering U.N. Security Council resistance, may not seek a resolution giving the U.N.'s blessing for the deployment of additional foreign forces in Iraq, U.S. officials say.
U.S. soldiers tracking and arresting gang members suspected in attacks on American forces - 8/26/03 4:26 AM
KHALIS, Iraq (AP) -- Hundreds of U.S. forces, backed by helicopters, tanks and Bradley fighting vehicles, launched a raid here Tuesday in a bid to capture the leader of a notorious gang wanted for attacks against U.S. forces and terrorizing Iraqi civilians.
Multiethnic Kirkuk: A city of prosperity or a brewing civil war? - 8/26/03 2:25 AM
KIRKUK, Iraq (AP) -- Kirkuk, until ethnic violence broke out over the weekend, appeared to be the American ideal for a postwar Iraqi city.
Trapped beneath the rubble of U.N. offices, top envoy Sergio Vieira de Mello worried about others' safety - 8/26/03 1:36 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. 1st Sgt. William von Zehle raised his voice as the stranger whose life he had been battling to save for the past three hours seemed to be fading. The rescuer was within arm's length of the man, who was trapped upside down in the rubble 30 feet deep in the collapsed U.N. headquart

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