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Some Headlines Of Today

Saturday  August 30, 2003

Iraqi police make arrests in Najaf bombing, claim two are Saudis, all have al-Qaida ties - 8/30/03 11:07 PM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- Police have arrested 19 men -- many of them foreigners and all with admitted links to al-Qaida -- in the car bombing of the Imam Ali shrine in the holy Shiite city of Najaf, a senior Iraqi investigator told The Associated Press on Saturday.
Iraqi police make arrests in Najaf bombing, claim two are Saudis, four have al-Qaida ties - 8/30/03 10:27 PM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- Police have arrested 19 men -- many of them foreigners and all with admitted links to al-Qaida -- in the car bombing of the Imam Ali shrine in the holy Shiite city of Najaf, a senior Iraqi investigator told The Associated Press on Saturday.
A look at U.S. daily casualties in Iraq - 8/30/03 5:02 PM
As of Saturday, Aug. 30, 282 U.S. soldiers have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.
Iraqi police make arrests in Najaf bombing, claim two are Saudis, four have al-Qaida ties - 8/30/03 4:51 PM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- Police have arrested 19 men -- many of them foreigners and all with admitted links to al-Qaida -- in the car bombing of the Imam Ali shrine in the holy Shiite city of Najaf, a senior Iraqi investigator told The Associated Press on Saturday.
Saudi extremists said to be fighting in Iraq - 8/30/03 4:05 PM
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) -- Despite official denials, there have been signs for months that Saudi Muslim extremists have traveled to Iraq to take on U.S.-led forces.
Police investigator says four arrested in Najaf bombing, all have ties to al-Qaida - 8/30/03 9:40 AM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqi police have arrested four al-Qaida-linked suspects in the bombing of Iraq's holiest Shiite Muslim shrine, a senior police official told The Associated Press on Saturday.
U.N. staff in Baghdad pay final tribute to lost colleagues - 8/30/03 7:20 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.N. staffers stood Saturday amid the rubble at the world body's Baghdad headquarters to pay final tribute to 22 of their colleagues who died in a truck bomb attack earlier this month.
Americans use raid in Saddam Huusein's hometown to instruct Iraqi police - 8/30/03 7:15 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- With U.S. troops watching from a distance, dozens of Iraqi police stormed a farm near Tikrit on Saturday in what the Americans said was a promising sign that Iraqis are beginning to take responsibility for their own security.
NAJAF, Iraq: of Baghdad. - 8/30/03 5:47 AM
The bombing was certain to complicate American efforts to pacify an increasingly violent Iraq. A moderate cleric, al-Hakim was seen as a stabilizing force in Iraq. He repeatedly asked the country's Shiite majority to be patient with the United States.
NAJAF, Iraq: FBI said. - 8/30/03 5:43 AM
The police official said the men arrested after the attack claimed the recent bombings were designed to keep Iraq in a state of chaos so that police and American forces would be unable to focus attention on the country's porous borders, across which suspected foreign fighters are said to be infiltrating.
NAJAF, Iraq: occupation force. - 8/30/03 5:35 AM
The police official, who led the initial investigation and interrogation of the captives, said the prisoners told of other plots to kill political and religious leaders and to damage vital installations such as power plants, water supplies and oil pipelines.
Angry mourners call for vengeance at Iraqi shrine were at least 85 died in blast - 8/30/03 4:29 AM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- Thousands of angry mourners called for vengeance Saturday as they gathered outside Iraq's holiest Shiite shrine, the site of a car bombing that killed at least 85 worshippers including a leading cleric.
Najaf buries its dead following deadliest attack since Saddam's fall - 8/30/03 2:17 AM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- The people of Najaf buried their dead Saturday a day after a car bomb ripped through a crowd of worshippers leaving Iraq's holiest Shiite shrine, killing at least 85 people -- including a top cleric.
Dubbed Iraq's Khomeini, al-Hakim's death leaves power vacuum - 8/30/03 1:35 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim had just delivered a sermon calling for Iraqi unity, and prayers were under way at Iraq's holiest Shiite shrine when a car bomb exploded.

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