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Friday  September 12, 2003

Turkey, U.S. agree on joint action plan on Kurdish rebel issue in northern Iraq - 9/12/03 11:24 PM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- The United States and Turkey agreed Friday on "a joint plan of action" regarding Turkish Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq, U.S. officials said.
Deputy defense secretary backtracks from claim al-Qaida operatives plotting with Saddam - 9/12/03 9:18 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Pentagon's No. 2 official retreated Friday from his assertion that key lieutenants of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden are plotting with Saddam Hussein loyalists to kill Americans in Iraq.
Powell calls French proposal "totally unrealistic" - 9/12/03 8:03 PM
GENEVA (AP) -- Secretary of State Colin Powell on Friday rejected as "totally unrealistic" a French timetable for the full transfer of authority in Iraq to local control, starting with the establishment of a provisional government next month.
Deputy defense secretary backtracks from claim al-Qaida operatives plotting with Saddam - 9/12/03 6:28 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Pentagon's No. 2 official retreated Friday from his assertion that key lieutenants of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden are plotting with Saddam Hussein loyalists to kill Americans in Iraq.
Powell says he is not looking for a fight on U.N. role - 9/12/03 5:49 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Heading for talks with reluctant allies, Secretary of State Colin Powell says the United States won't turn over all authority in Iraq to the United Nations.
U.S. friendly fire kills 8 Iraqis and a Jordanian in Fallujah - 9/12/03 3:52 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. soldiers mistakenly opened fire on uniformed Iraqi policemen chasing highway bandits at night, killing eight officers and a Jordanian security guard and wounding nine other people Friday in this dangerous "Sunni Triangle" city near Baghdad, Iraqi police said.
Big Five foreign ministers take their differences over Iraq to Geneva - 9/12/03 2:33 PM
GENEVA (AP) -- A day before a key meeting of foreign ministers of permanent U.N. Security Council nations, France laid out its terms for supporting a U.S. resolution on Iraq, calling Friday for a provisional Iraqi government in a month, a draft constitution by year's end and elections next spring.
Politics, not 'donor fatigue' the problem facing Washington as it seeks help for Iraq - 9/12/03 2:20 PM
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) -- Secretary of State Colin Powell may worry about "donor's fatigue" as he looks for help rebuilding Iraq, but the problem seems to have more to do with politics than lack of resources.
U.S. forces kill 9 in friendly fire incident in Fallujah - 9/12/03 1:20 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. forces killed eight Iraqi police and a Jordanian security guard, and wounded nine other people before dawn Friday in the deadliest friendly fire incident since the end of major fighting. The U.S. military said its troops had come under attack.
Opposition, media attack Britain's prime minister for failing to disclose warning on Iraq's fall - 9/12/03 11:30 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Opposition lawmakers and the media attacked Prime Minister Tony Blair on Friday for failing to disclose an intelligence warning that said the collapse of Saddam Hussein's regime could help terrorists obtain chemical or biological weapons.
French foreign minister: Iraqis should rule themselves in a month - 9/12/03 11:12 AM
PARIS (AP) -- A provisional Iraqi government should be set up in a month and a draft constitution should be ready by the end of the year, France's foreign minister said in an article published Friday.
U.S. forces kill 8 Iraqis in friendly fire incident in Fallujah - 9/12/03 9:53 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. soldiers mistakenly opened fire on a group of Iraqi policemen chasing bandits Friday, killing eight Iraqis and wounding seven others, witnesses said. It was the deadliest friendly fire incident since the end of major fighting.
Annan, aid agencies seek ways to protect aid workers in Iraq - 9/12/03 9:42 AM
GENEVA (AP) -- U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan met with aid agency chiefs Friday to seek ways of improving protection for relief workers trying to rebuild Iraq.
Britain's government defends Iraq war, despite warning that it would increase terror threat - 9/12/03 8:42 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Prime Minister Tony Blair's government on Friday defended its decision to join the war against Iraq despite an intelligence warning beforehand that said ousting Saddam Hussein could increase the threat of terrorism.
Eight Iraqi police mistakenly killed in shootout with American forces - 9/12/03 8:09 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Eight Fallujah policemen were killed and five other people were wounded, apparently by mistake, in a shootout with American forces early Friday, a doctor said. In a nearby town, two U.S. soldiers were killed and seven wounded in a firefight during a raid, the U.S. military said.
FALLUJAH, Iraq: a field. - 9/12/03 8:02 AM
Thursday afternoon, attackers fired rocket-propelled grenades at a U.S. military convoy about 18 miles west of Fallujah, touching off an intense firefight that left at least one American soldier wounded, the military said.
BAGHDAD: not stop. - 9/12/03 7:33 AM
Witnesses initially said 11 police officers and all four men in the car were killed in the hail of fire.
BAGHDAD: the firefight. - 9/12/03 7:29 AM
In the confusion after the shooting, 12 policemen were taken inside the nearby U.S. base. Whether they were killed or injured
Two soldiers killed, seven wounded in firefight during Ramadi raid - 9/12/03 7:23 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Two U.S. soldiers were killed and seven wounded early Friday in a shootout that broke out during a raid in Ramadi, the military reported.
U.S. soldiers mistakenly open fire on Iraqi police chasing bandits - 9/12/03 6:08 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. soldiers mistakenly opened fire Friday on Iraqi police officers chasing highway bandits near an American checkpoint in a small town west of Fallujah, witnesses said. The U.S. military in Baghdad said it had no information on the incident.
U.S. soldiers mistakenly open fire on Iraqi police chasing bandits near U.S. checkpoint - 9/12/03 5:28 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. soldiers mistakenly opened fire Friday on Iraqi police officers chasing highway bandits near an American checkpoint in a small town west of Fallujah, witnesses said.
U.S. soldiers mistakenly kill 11 Iraqi police - 9/12/03 5:01 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. soldiers mistakenly killed 11 Iraqi police officers Friday as they chased a car full of highway bandits toward an American checkpoint in a small town west of Fallujah, witnesses said.
FALLUJAH, Iraq: al-Anbar province. - 9/12/03 4:52 AM
Fallujah police were chasing a white BMW without license plates that they identified as one used by highway bandits on the road connecting Baghdad with the Jordanian border. The officers chasing the four men in the BMW were in pickup trucks.

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