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Some Headlines Of Today

Saturday  September 20, 2003

A look at U.S. daily deaths in Iraq - 9/20/03 6:28 PM
As of Saturday, Sept. 20, 301 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to U.S. Central Command.
Member of Iraqi Governing Council seriously injured in assassination attempt - 9/20/03 4:08 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Six gunmen firing assault weapons from a Toyota pickup truck chased a member of Iraq's Governing Council in her car and seriously wounded her in the first assassination attempt targeting the U.S.-created leadership body.
Baghdad's artists torn between joy over new freedoms, dismay over occupation - 9/20/03 1:41 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- With the lyrical flair that won him fame as a songwriter, Iryan el-Sayed Khalaf says he feels like "a newborn deer that's struggling to get up on its legs." Yet each time he sees American tanks, "it is like they are being driven over my heart."
WASHINGTON TODAY: White House Iraq view often at odds with others - 9/20/03 1:40 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush has accused nameless "revisionist historians" of seeking to undermine him on Iraq by rewriting the course of events. But he and his top advisers have offered some revisions of their own.
Putin says Russia does not rule out sending military personnel to Iraq - 9/20/03 12:48 PM
NOVO-OGARYOVO, Russia (AP) -- President Vladimir Putin said Saturday that Russia does not rule out sending military personnel to Iraq but deploying troops is not on the agenda now.
NOVO-OGARYOVO, Russia: other issues." - 9/20/03 12:42 PM
While casting Russia's stance as one of cooperation with the United States, rather than confrontation, the statement set the stage for bargaining with President Bush over a new U.N. resolution Washington wants for a multinational force when the two meet for a summit next week.
NOVO-OGARYOVO, Russia: outside Moscow. - 9/20/03 12:36 PM
"In contrast to many participants of this process, our approach is quite liberal," Putin said. "Theoretically, we don't exclude more active participation of Russia in the reconstruction of Iraq, including the participation of our military in the normalization process."
U.S. soldier shoots tiger at Baghdad zoo - 9/20/03 11:30 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. soldier shot and killed a tiger at the Baghdad zoo after it bit another soldier who had reached through the bars of its cage to feed it, a zoo security guard said Saturday.
Member of Iraq's Governing Council critically wounded in assassination attempt - 9/20/03 10:11 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Gunmen attacked and wounded Aquila al-Hashimi, one of three women on Iraq's Governing Council and a leading candidate to become the country's representative at the United Nations, in an assassination attempt Saturday outside her home.
Member of Iraq's Governing Council critically wounded in shooting - 9/20/03 5:00 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Aquila al-Hashimi, a member of Iraq's Governing Council, was shot and critically wounded Saturday in an assassination attempt outside her home in western Baghdad, police and doctors said.
Member of Iraq's Governing Council wounded in shooting - 9/20/03 4:06 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Aquila al-Hashimi, a member of Iraq's Governing Council, was shot and wounded Saturday outside her home in west Baghdad, a council source said.
New Democratic hopeful seeks to clarify Iraq comment - 9/20/03 2:03 AM
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) -- Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark reversed an earlier opinion that he likely would have voted for war in Iraq, telling a cheering college-town crowd the invasion was "a major blunder" he never would have supported.
A look at nations committing troops to Iraq - 9/20/03 1:48 AM
Some of the nations with which the United States has discussed contributing forces to peacekeeping operations in Iraq. There are currently more than 20,000 troops or security forces in Iraq from 26 nations, most of them organized under two peacekeeping contingents: under the British in the south and under ...
Officials tell AP: U.S. asks Turkey, Pakistan, S.Korea to send troops to Iraq for peacekeeping - 9/20/03 1:48 AM
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) -- The United States has asked Turkey, Pakistan and South Korea to send up to 40,000 troops total to Iraq as part of a global U.S. drive for help to secure the country still wracked by violence, officials from those nations told The Associated Press.
Stepped-up guerrilla attacks on U.S. forces results in mistaken killings - 9/20/03 1:47 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- In the last six days, U.S. troops have shot at Iraqi police, journalists, a wedding party and a top Italian diplomat searching for looted antiquities.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.


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