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Sunday  September 14, 2003

Insurgents kill one U.S. soldier, wound three in Iraq - 9/14/03 10:41 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents killed one U.S. soldier and wounded three others Sunday outside the troubled city of Fallujah, a day after angry protesters fired weapons and called for violence against the American occupation to protest one of the most serious friendly fire incidents of the Iraq war.
U.S. troops arrest suspected Saddam loyalists thought to be bankrolling attacks - 9/14/03 10:04 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Dozens of U.S. troops raided homes near Tikrit's dangerous "RPG Alley" Monday, arresting five men suspected of helping to bankroll attacks against American troops in Saddam Hussein's hometown.
Powell speaks of `winds of freedom' in Iraq but admits to security problems - 9/14/03 8:38 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Secretary of State Colin Powell, becoming the highest ranking U.S. official to visit Iraq since the ouster of Saddam Hussein, said Sunday he is convinced "the winds of freedom are blowing" across the country but acknowledged the possibility that terrorists are trying to sabotage the p ...
New book claims British foreign secretary asked Blair not to join Iraq war - 9/14/03 7:30 PM
LONDON (AP) -- Days before the Iraq war began, Britain's foreign secretary asked Prime Minister Tony Blair not to send British troops to the conflict, a new book alleges.
A look at U.S. daily deaths in Iraq - 9/14/03 6:33 PM
As of Sunday, Sept. 14, 292 U.S. soldiers have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.
To change-resistant Arab rulers, new Iraq is an unwanted role model - 9/14/03 2:53 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- For an Arab world resistant to political reform, the new Iraq taking shape under U.S. tutelage is a troubling harbinger.
Poll suggests public opposition to additional $87 billion for Iraq - 9/14/03 2:31 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The American public is clearly uncomfortable with President Bush's request for an additional $87 billion for Iraq, says a new poll that shows six in 10 oppose the increased spending.
Insurgents kill one U.S. soldier, wound three in Iraq - 9/14/03 1:54 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents killed one U.S. soldier and wounded three others Sunday outside the troubled city of Fallujah, a day after angry protesters fired weapons and called for violence against the American occupation to protest one of the most serious friendly fire incidents of the Iraq war.
U.S. soldier killed in roadside bombing near restive Iraq city of Fallujah, three wounded. - 9/14/03 12:22 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. soldier was killed and three were wounded Sunday in an attack outside the troubled city of Fallujah, where government offices were closed in a one-day strike to protest the accidental killing of eight Iraqi police and a Jordanian guard by American troops.
Official says it could take two years to put new constitution in place. - 9/14/03 11:24 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- It could take as long as two years to write a new Iraqi constitution, hold a national referendum on it and conduct national elections for a new government, a key Iraqi official said Sunday.
Powell sees progress toward self-rule in Iraq - 9/14/03 11:12 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Secretary of State Colin Powell, on his first visit to Iraq since Saddam Hussein's ouster, said Sunday he was encouraged by progress toward self-rule, but that the country's porous borders are attracting saboteurs intent on undermining that goal.
Powell makes first visit to Iraq since overthrow of Saddam Hussein - 9/14/03 7:57 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Secretary of State Colin Powell flew into Baghdad on Sunday, making his first visit to Iraq since the U.S.-led ouster of Saddam Hussein five months ago.
Iraqi police team up with U.S. Army military police to catch alleged highway bandits - 9/14/03 6:12 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqi security forces and U.S. Army military police swept into a desert village outside Saddam Hussein's hometown Sunday and arrested members of a gang accused of kidnappings, robberies and carjackings on a main road in the north of the country.
Soldier killed in roadside bombing near Fallujah, 3 wounded - 9/14/03 4:07 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb attack on a convoy in the troubled city of Fallujah killed one U.S. soldier and injured three others, the military said.
Powell makes first visit to Iraq since overthrow of Saddam Hussein - 9/14/03 3:40 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Secretary of State Colin Powell flew into Baghdad on Sunday, making his first visit to Iraq since the U.S.-led ouster of Saddam Hussein five months ago.

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