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Tuesday  September 9, 2003

Chalabi says Governing Council would welcome as many as 10,000 Turkish troops - 9/9/03 8:33 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's acting president on Tuesday called for Turkey to send up to 10,000 peacekeeping troops under a U.N. mandate, providing they deploy far from Kurdish territory. The invitation contradicts the foreign minister.
Six Americans wounded in car bombing outside office used by U.S. troops in northern Iraq - 9/9/03 8:17 PM
IRBIL, Iraq (AP) -- A car bomb exploded outside an office used by U.S. soldiers in northern Iraq late Tuesday, killing one Iraqi and wounding six Americans, the U.S. military said. Another 41 Iraqis were injured.
Car bombing outside office used by United States wounds several people in northern Iraq - 9/9/03 6:53 PM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- A car bomb exploded Tuesday outside an office used by U.S soldiers in northern Iraq, private CNN-Turk television reported. Several people were wounded, but it was unclear if Americans were among them.
Economists worry that Iraq, half-trillion-dollar deficit will be drag on economy - 9/9/03 5:17 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush's request for $87 billion in new spending for Iraq and Afghanistan will worsen already gloomy forecasts for the budget deficit -- sending it above the half-trillion-dollar mark next year -- and could ultimately translate into weaker economic growth in the United States.
Iraqi minister takes his seat at Arab League meeting - 9/9/03 4:50 PM
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- Iraq's foreign minister took his country's Arab League seat Tuesday, a first step toward gaining broad acceptance for the interim government set up by the United States.
Senators challenge Pentagon on Iraq postwar planning - 9/9/03 4:31 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Senate critics of President Bush's handling of Iraq said Tuesday a "go-it-alone approach" has left Americans paying too much of the cost -- with his request for $87 billion being only the latest installment.
Car bombing outside office used by United States wounds several people in northern Iraq - 9/9/03 4:06 PM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- A car bomb exploded Tuesday outside an office used by U.S soldiers in northern Iraq, private CNN-Turk television reported. Several people were reported wounded, but it was unclear if Americans were among them.
Army says National Guard and Reserves now in Iraq will spend 12 months _ surprise to some - 9/9/03 3:52 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Army is telling National Guard and Reserve troops in Iraq they will be there a full 12 months, apparently surprising some who had believed the clock started ticking on one-year tours once they reached mobilization stations in the United States.
Comments from reservists on extended duty in Iraq - 9/9/03 3:06 PM
Comment from U.S. reservists in Tikrit, Iraq, after Defense Department officials said some tours of duty were being extended:
Iraqi minister takes his seat at Arab League meeting - 9/9/03 2:50 PM
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- Iraq's foreign minister took his country's Arab League seat Tuesday, a first step toward gaining broad acceptance for the interim government set up by the United States.
Chalabi says Governing Council would welcome as many as 10,000 Turkish troops - 9/9/03 2:02 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's acting president on Tuesday called for Turkey to send up to 10,000 peacekeeping troops under a U.N. mandate, providing they deploy far from Kurdish territory. The invitation contradicts the foreign minister.
Opposition party says reconstruction plans in a shambles in Iraq - 9/9/03 1:59 PM
LONDON (AP) -- The main opposition Conservative Party said Tuesday that the government's plans to rebuild Iraq and restore order there were in a shambles and warned that British forces were overstretched.
Democrats say $87 billion Iraq request shows unrealistic prewar planning - 9/9/03 1:31 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Senate critics of President Bush's policy in Iraq charged Tuesday that the administration's plea for billions of dollars more for postwar needs proves that it seriously miscalculated the cost of the mission.
Acting Iraqi president says he would welcome Turkish force under U.N. resolution - 9/9/03 12:46 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's acting president would welcome up to 10,000 Turkish peacekeepers if they are sent under a U.N. resolution and deploy in the far west of the country away from Kurdish territory, his spokesman said Tuesday.
Democrats say $87 billion Iraq request shows unrealistic prewar planning - 9/9/03 12:26 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democratic senators charged Tuesday that President Bush's request for billions of dollars more for Iraq proves the administration seriously miscalculated the cost of going to war there.
Tour of duty extended for National Guard and Reserve forces in Iraq campaign - 9/9/03 9:46 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. National Guard and reservists are having their tours of duty extended to 12 months, defense officials said Tuesday, as U.S. commitments to Iraq, the global war on terror and other missions around the world have stretched U.S. forces.
Oil fire on pipeline is contained; three soldiers wounded in mine attack - 9/9/03 9:36 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Firefighters on Tuesday contained an oil fire blamed on saboteurs on the major Turkish-bound pipeline, while witnesses said three U.S. soldiers were wounded when their Humvee hit a mine on the road near Fallujah.
Democrats demand details of Iraq operations as condition for $87 billion package - 9/9/03 7:56 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Congressional Democrats' support for President Bush's $87 billion request comes with a price: They want him to spell out details of his overall Iraq strategy.
Iraqi minister takes his seat at Arab League meeting - 9/9/03 7:49 AM
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari took his country's seat at the Arab League on Tuesday, settling a dispute in the pan-Arab body over whether to recognize a government set up by Iraq's U.S. occupiers.
CAIRO: Arabic fluently. - 9/9/03 6:04 AM
Tuesday's move enhances the Governing Council's chances of being allowed to take Iraq's seat when the U.N. General Assembly convenes in New York later this month.
CAIRO: new constitution - 9/9/03 5:59 AM
"This decision was agreed upon unanimously," Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher told reporters.
Economists fear future drag on economy from increased Iraq war costs - 9/9/03 3:05 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush's sharply higher price tag for Iraq occupation and the war on terrorism will make next year's budget deficit look worse and after a short-term economic boost could contribute to a serious drag on future economic growth, many economists believe.
Arab League agrees to let U.S.-appointed Governing Council claim Iraq's seat - 9/9/03 2:19 AM
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- The Arab League on Tuesday granted the fledgling Governing Council the Iraqi seat on the 22-member pan-Arab body, ending months of debate over whether to recognize the U.S.-appointed authority and lending it increased credibility.
Oil pipeline attacked again; No U.S. combat deaths in seven days - 9/9/03 2:13 AM
KIRKUK, Iraq (AP) -- Saboteurs struck a critical oil pipeline in northern Iraq on Monday, the latest in a series of attacks that have halted the country's oil deliveries to Turkey at an estimated cost of $7 million a day.
Many Americans, Iraqis unsure how road from Sept. 11 led to Baghdad - 9/9/03 1:56 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- When the picture of a jetliner slicing into the World Trade Center flashed on the television in their Baghdad apartment, Ahmed Khalid and his family split down the middle.

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