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Sunday  September 7, 2003

Under cover of darkness, U.S. troops raid homes of Saddam loyalists, arrest at least four - 9/7/03 11:21 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- More than 100 U.S. troops stormed homes in Saddam Hussein's hometown Tikrit early Monday, searching for Saddam loyalists accused of financing or coordinating attacks on American soldiers. Four wanted men were arrested, the military said.
WASHINGTON: Bush said. - 9/7/03 9:03 PM
Bush said that Iraq was under siege from former loyalists of Saddam Hussein and foreign terrorists who have come to Iraq to pursue their war against the United States.
WASHINGTON: present duties. - 9/7/03 8:56 PM
Pressed by Democrats and Republicans alike for a pricetag for Iraq, Bush said he would ask Congress for $87 billion for the next fiscal year. Of that amount, he said, $66 billion would be earmarked for military and intelligence operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere.
WASHINGTON: prime minister. - 9/7/03 8:47 PM
Bush described Iraq as the central front in the war against terror and said that "enemies of freedom are making a desperate stand there, and there they must be defeated.
WASHINGTON: are mistaken. - 9/7/03 8:37 PM
Bush spoke just four days before the anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Seeking support for his policy, he said, "The surest way to avoid attacks on our own people is to engage the enemy where he lives and plans.
WASHN: require sacrifice." - 9/7/03 6:22 PM
Bush also said the U.S.-led coalition's work in Iraq is critical to winning the war on terrorism.
WASHN: own future." - 9/7/03 6:08 PM
Bush said members of the United Nations have an opportunity and a "responsibility" to assume a broader role to make sure Iraq becomes a free and democratic nation. He also urged the Iraqi people to step up to the task of governing themselves.
Bush says U.S. will spend whatever is necessary to win war against terrorism - 9/7/03 6:00 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush vowed anew to continue his fight against global terrorism Sunday, but acknowledged that there are challenges ahead and said more U.S. money will be needed to finish the job in Iraq.
Iraqi minister says he'll claim Arab League seat; Militiamen disappear from holy Shiite city - 9/7/03 3:52 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's new foreign minister, a member of the Kurdish minority, said Sunday he is going to this week's Arab League meeting in Egypt to claim Baghdad's seat in the organization, not beg for it.
Death of Iraqi cleric poses fresh challenge to U.S. occupation - 9/7/03 3:04 PM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- Followers of a faith steeped in martyrdom, mourning and physical pain, Iraq's Shiite Muslims are still reeling from the assassination of Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim, one of their most revered religious leaders.
President working on big budget request for Iraq - 9/7/03 2:49 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush wants billions of dollars more to pay for U.S. troops in Iraq and rebuilding the country, and congressional aides say the figure could top $80 billion in the upcoming budget year.
`Unaccounted for' Iraqi weapons may be bookkeeping glitches, ex-inspectors say - 9/7/03 1:30 PM
No weapons of mass destruction have turned up in Iraq, nor has any solid new evidence for them turned up in Washington or London. But what about Baghdad's patchy bookkeeping -- the gaps that led U.N. inspectors to list Iraqi nerve agents and bioweapons material as unaccounted for?
President working on big budget request for Iraq - 9/7/03 11:31 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush wants billions of dollars more to pay for U.S. troops in Iraq and rebuilding the country, and congressional aides say the figure could top $80 billion in the upcoming budget year.
U.S. soldiers find weapons cache in Tikrit; military notes change in ground strategy by insurgents - 9/7/03 11:28 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. forces around Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit have uncovered a cache of weapons and ammunition hidden in a row of bunkers residents dubbed the "RPG shopping center," the military said Sunday.

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