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Some Headlines Of Today

Monday  September 22, 2003

Former Finnish president named to lead investigation into security at bombed U.N. headquarters in Iraq - 9/22/03 10:06 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Finland's former president will lead an independent investigation of the security situation at U.N. headquarters in Baghdad just before the August bombing that killed 22 people and injured more than 160, a U.N. spokesman said Monday.
World leaders meet for first time since divisive Iraq war - 9/22/03 8:22 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- At a time of intense global uncertainty, world leaders will meet Tuesday for the first time since the divisive U.S.-led war on Iraq to reconsider the rules that have governed international behavior since World War II
Bush won't agree to quick Iraq handover in U.N. speech - 9/22/03 8:08 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush in his U.N. speech Tuesday will resist French and German pressures for a quick surrender of U.S. authority in Iraq, top aides said. American and European diplomats worked behind the scenes to draft a compromise on the pace of a handover.
AP Exclusive: Iraq money would hire firefighters, build children's hospital, create ZIP codes - 9/22/03 7:18 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The administration wants $100 million for an Iraqi witness protection program, $290 million to hire, train and house thousands of firefighters, $9 million to modernize the postal service, including establishment of ZIP codes.
A look at U.S. daily deaths in Iraq - 9/22/03 6:38 PM
As of Monday, Sept. 22, 302 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.
AP Exclusive: Iraq money would hire firefighters, build children's hospital, create ZIP codes - 9/22/03 6:37 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The administration wants $100 million for an Iraqi witness protection program, $290 million to hire, train and house thousands of firefighters, $9 million to modernize the postal service, including establishment of ZIP codes.
Bush won't agree to quick Iraq handover in U.N. speech - 9/22/03 5:56 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush in his U.N. speech Tuesday will resist French and German pressures for a quick surrender of U.S. authority in Iraq, top aides said. American and European diplomats worked behind the scenes to draft a compromise on the pace of a handover.
Bremer warns senators of terrorism risks if Iraq denied rebuilding funds - 9/22/03 5:42 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Iraq could become a haven for terrorists if the United States fails to provide money needed to help rebuild the country, the U.S. administrator told senators Monday.
Car bomb explodes near U.N. compound in Baghdad, at least two killed, 19 wounded - 9/22/03 5:28 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A suicide bomber, his body wrapped in explosives and his car filled with 50 pounds of TNT, struck a police checkpoint outside U.N. headquarters in Baghdad on Monday, killing an Iraqi policeman who stopped him and wounding 19 people.
Bremer warns senators of terrorism risks of Iraq denied rebuilding funds - 9/22/03 4:28 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Iraq could become a haven for terrorists if the United States fails to provide money needed to help rebuild the country, the U.S. administrator told senators Monday as he urged them to approve an $87 billion spending request.
Bosnian Serb officer testifies about 1995 Srebrenica massacres - 9/22/03 4:19 PM
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (AP) -- A Bosnian Serb army intelligence captain acknowledged Monday that he supervised the separation of Muslim men from their families in Srebrenica, knowing they were destined to die by the thousands.
Venezuela: Iraq should have no official voice at OPEC meeting - 9/22/03 4:11 PM
VIENNA, Austria (AP) -- The leader of Venezuela's delegation to OPEC said Monday it was unacceptable for Iraq to attend this week's OPEC output policy talks in anything but an informal way.
Bremer warns senators of terrorism risks of Iraq denied rebuilding funds - 9/22/03 3:06 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Iraq could become a haven for terrorists if the United States does not provide money needed to help rebuild the country, the U.S. administrator told senators Monday as he urged them to approve an $87 billion spending request.
Multitudes throng Baghdad Shiite shrine amid tight security - 9/22/03 2:32 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- In a scene unthinkable only months ago, hundreds of thousands of people congregated Monday at a Baghdad shrine to mark the death 1,200 years ago of a Shiite Muslim imam.
U.S. military says troops acted within the rules in shooting death of Reuters cameraman - 9/22/03 2:23 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. soldiers acted within the rules on opening fire when they shot and killed a Reuters television cameraman last month while videotaping near a U.S.-run prison on the outskirts of Baghdad, a U.S. Army officer said Monday.
String of bombings may chip away at global willingness to aid U.S. - 9/22/03 1:54 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- This time it was just 50 pounds of explosives, but Baghdad's car bombings, one by one, are reverberating around the world, sending an unmistakable message from America's enemies in Iraq that its friends should stay away.
IMF commits to helping Iraq, but questions raised about legality of government in Baghdad - 9/22/03 1:20 PM
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- The International Monetary Fund assured Iraqi officials Monday that it was committed to helping the country's reconstruction, but some officials said no loans can be made until a government is created.
Car bomb explodes near U.N. compound in Baghdad - 9/22/03 11:45 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A car bomber killed an Iraqi policeman and himself outside the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad on Monday, a month after a deadly bombing there.
Iraq reconstruction team getting staff change - 9/22/03 10:50 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Treasury Department attorney George Wolfe this week will temporarily take over as the government's economic point person on Iraq reconstruction matters, authorities said Monday.
U.S. administrator in Iraq opposes early sovereignty, paramilitary force - 9/22/03 9:03 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The top American official in Iraq said Monday that the Iraqis are not ready to rule themselves and rejected any quick handover of sovereignty before a constitution is drawn up.
Car bomb explodes near U.N. compound in Baghdad - 9/22/03 7:26 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A car bomber killed an Iraqi policeman and himself outside the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad on Monday, a month after a deadly bombing there.
National Guard leaders meet with soldiers' frustrated families in Minnesota - 9/22/03 5:48 AM
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- About 200 frustrated relatives met with Minnesota National Guard leaders near Little Falls with one chief worry on their minds: When will their loved ones come home from Iraq?
Najaf's spirituality gives way to strife, intrigue - 9/22/03 5:33 AM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- For centuries, this city of Islamic shrines and turbaned students has been a symbol of Shiite Muslim spirituality. Today, it's teeming with intrigue and violence as Shiite leaders vie for political power.
BAGHDAD: Iraqi police. - 9/22/03 1:39 AM
The bomb exploded two days after an assassination attempt against Aquila al-Hashimi, one of three women on the Iraqi Governing Council and a leading candidate to become Iraq's U.N. ambassador if the interim government wins approval to take the country's U.N. seat.
BAGHDAD: expanded role. - 9/22/03 1:36 AM
The United Nations curtailed its efforts in Iraq after the Aug. 19 bombing. At the time of the attack, U.N. spokesman Fred Eckhard said there were about 300 international staff in Baghdad and more than 300 elsewhere in Iraq. These numbers are thought to have now been dramatically reduced.

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