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Monday  September 15, 2003

U.S. still at odds with France, Russia and China on timetable for restoring Iraq's sovereignty - 9/15/03 9:28 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United States will likely circulate a revised U.N. resolution on Iraq by the end of the week after studying proposed amendments by France, Russia, Syria, Chile and other Security Council members, diplomats said Monday.
A look at U.S. daily deaths in Iraq - 9/15/03 8:56 PM
As of Monday, Sept. 15, 295 U.S. soldiers have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.
Powell sees mass graves in Iraq, says `never again' - 9/15/03 4:53 PM
HALABJA, Iraq (AP) -- Standing near rows of white grave markers, Secretary of State Colin Powell on Monday honored 5,000 Iraqi Kurds who died in a chemical weapons attack and pledged such brutality was gone along with Saddam Hussein.
OPEC might invite Iraq to attend oil meeting - 9/15/03 4:43 PM
LONDON (AP) -- OPEC might invite Iraq's newly installed oil minister to next week's meeting of the cartel even without prior U.N. recognition of the new interim government in Baghdad, the cartel's president said Monday.
Iraqi police chief killed in ambush in Sunni Triangle - 9/15/03 4:21 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Three assailants in red-and-white Arab headdresses gunned down the police chief of a city west of Baghdad Monday in an ambush that underscored the perils for Iraqis who join U.S.-backed security forces.
Iraqi politician accuses U.S troops of treating people with "violence and contempt" - 9/15/03 1:22 PM
MADRID, Spain (AP) -- Most U.S. troops in Iraq treat civilians with "violence and contempt," spurring animosity and anger, a member of the U.S.-appointed Governing Council said Monday.
U.S. troops arrest suspected Saddam loyalists thought to be bankrolling attacks - 9/15/03 12:51 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Guerrillas killed a U.S. soldier in a rocket-propelled grenade attack in central Baghdad on Monday, and American forces arrested five men suspected of helping finance insurgents during raids on homes in Saddam Hussein's home town of Tikrit.
Gunmen assassinate Khaldiya police chief - 9/15/03 12:28 PM
KHALDIYA, Iraq (AP) -- Three gunmen, their faces covered with red and white Arab headdresses, assassinated the police chief of this Sunni Triangle town Monday in an ambush at a traffic circle.
KHALDIYA, Iraq: traffic circle. - 9/15/03 12:18 PM
Col. Khedeir Mekhalef Ali, 48, the Khaldiya police chief, was shot at least 25 times, according to his driver, who was wounded in the attack along with Ali's bodyguard.
Powell visits mass grave of Saddam's victims - 9/15/03 6:44 AM
HALABJA, Iraq (AP) -- Secretary of State Colin Powell visited a mass grave Monday to highlight perhaps the single biggest human-rights abuse of Saddam Hussein's brutal regime -- the chemical weapons murder of some 5,000 people in March 1988.
U.S. efforts on mass graves in Iraq are too little, too late, critics say - 9/15/03 1:49 AM
MAHAWEEL, Iraq (AP) -- Every day for three weeks in 1991, Iraqi soldiers brought truckloads of rebellious Shiite Muslims to this flat, lonely cornfield near the ruins of Babylon. The victims were shoved into shallow pits and shot. Bulldozers pushed the gray earth over them, burying some alive.
`Washington flinches' and sets stage for possible U.N. comeback - 9/15/03 1:32 AM
The curtain fell on Act I to the sound of U.S. bombs falling on Baghdad. Now it has quietly risen on a second act, in a diplomatic drama analysts say could revive a United Nations left behind in the wake of war.
To change-resistant Arab rulers, new Iraq is an unwanted role model - 9/15/03 1:30 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- For an Arab world resistant to political reform, the new Iraq taking shape under U.S. tutelage is a troubling harbinger.

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