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Wednesday  September 24, 2003

Report on weapons program likely to draw no conclusions, CIA says - 9/24/03 11:35 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A preliminary report by the CIA's chief weapons hunter in Iraq will not make any claim of finding weapons of mass destruction, officials at the intelligence agency said Wednesday.
City bombings, ground attacks rattle Iraq as U.N. searches for solutions - 9/24/03 11:04 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Bombs rocked a teeming quarter of Baghdad and a sex-film theater in Mosul on Wednesday, reportedly killing at least three Iraqis and wounding dozens. In a string of ground clashes, the U.S. military said they killed nine Iraqis on one of the bloodiest days of combat in weeks.
U.S. troops arrest two suspected Iraqi resistance leaders in pre-dawn raid - 9/24/03 10:40 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Two suspected Iraqi resistance leaders accused of organizing and financing attacks against American soldiers in the vicinity of Saddam Hussein's birthplace were arrested Thursday in pre-dawn raids.
Report on weapons program likely to draw no conclusions, CIA says - 9/24/03 10:28 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The upcoming report of the CIA's chief weapons hunter is not expected to reach any conclusions about Iraq's alleged weapons programs, officials at the intelligence agency said Wednesday.
Administration's $87 billion Iraq plan hits more turbulence in Congress - 9/24/03 10:27 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A top Democrat accused the Bush administration Wednesday of undertaking a massive effort to rebuild Iraq without the blessing of the American people as the White House's $87 billion plan to resurrect that country hit more turbulence in Congress.
Afghanistan, poverty, terrorism and criticism of U.S. "pre-emptive" action in Iraq - 9/24/03 8:40 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Iraq was not the only issue on the U.N. agenda Wednesday: Germany offered more troops for Afghanistan, China urged rich nations to improve life for people in developing countries and Senegal called for an African summit on terrorism.
Chalabi: No rift between the Governing Council and U.S. authorities - 9/24/03 6:55 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The president of Iraq's U.S.-appointed Governing Council on Wednesday denied reports of a rift between the council and Washington over a timetable for handing over power to the 25-member body.
Report on weapons program likely to draw no conclusions, CIA says - 9/24/03 6:51 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The upcoming report of the CIA's chief weapons hunter is not expected to reach any conclusions about Iraq's alleged weapons programs, officials at the intelligence agency said Wednesday.
City bombings, ground attacks rattle Iraq as U.N. searches for solutions - 9/24/03 6:28 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Bombs rocked a teeming quarter of Baghdad and a sex-film theater in Mosul on Wednesday, reportedly killing at least three Iraqis and wounding dozens. In a string of ground clashes, the U.S. military said they killed nine Iraqis on one of the bloodiest days of combat in weeks.
Many more National Guard and Reserves may be called up - 9/24/03 5:45 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The United States may have to alert thousands more National Guard and Reserve troops within weeks that they are needed for duty in Iraq, the Pentagon's second-ranking general said Wednesday.
Administration's $87 billion Iraq plan hits more turbulence in Congress - 9/24/03 4:57 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A top Democrat accused the Bush administration Wednesday of undertaking a massive effort to rebuild Iraq without the blessing of the American people as the White House's $87 billion plan to resurrect that country hit more turbulence in Congress.
A look at U.S. daily deaths in Iraq - 9/24/03 4:25 PM
As of Wednesday, Sept. 24, 305 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.
Iraq issue tops agenda but still no offers of troops or cash - 9/24/03 3:00 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Iraq topped the discussion Wednesday among world leaders at the United Nations, but there were no offers of peacekeeping troops or financial aid for the U.S.-led occupation.
New report on weapons program likely to draw no conclusions, CIA says - 9/24/03 2:56 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The CIA's top weapons-hunter in Iraq is not expected to reach any conclusions on Iraq's alleged weapons programs in his upcoming report, an agency spokesman said Wednesday.
Rift opens between United States and Iraqi leaders it installed - 9/24/03 2:04 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Bush administration is locked in a deepening dispute with the leader of Iraq's American-installed interim government, Ahmad Chalabi, over a timetable for self rule -- still another complication for U.S. efforts to rebuild the country.
Questions about Iraq weapons program likely to linger despite new report, CIA says - 9/24/03 1:45 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The CIA's top weapons-hunter in Iraq is not expected to reach any conclusions on Iraq's alleged weapons programs in his upcoming report, an agency spokesman said Wednesday.
Rumsfeld tells senators $87 billion Iraq request affordable and necessary - 9/24/03 1:07 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld told Congress Wednesday that President Bush's $87 billion request for Iraq and Afghanistan was an affordable and needed investment in international security.
Senior general says many more reservists may be called for Iraq duty - 9/24/03 12:33 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Pentagon may be forced within several weeks to alert a large number of additional National Guard and Reserve troops for duty in Iraq, a senior general said Wednesday.
Roadside bomb attack misses U.S. patrol, kills Iraqi civilians - 9/24/03 11:59 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A homemade bomb exploded Wednesday along a road in the Iraqi capital, missing a U.S. military patrol but killing at least one Iraqi and injuring 18 others as it destroyed two civilian buses, police and hospital officials said.
Iraqis skeptical after Bush's U.N. speech - 9/24/03 11:50 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqis gave largely negative reviews Wednesday to President Bush's speech to the United Nations in which he said Washington would not be forced into a hasty return of power to local authorities.
Roadside bomb attack misses U.S. patrol, hits two buses, at least one fatality - 9/24/03 4:08 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb exploded Wednesday in north-central Baghdad as a U.S. military patrol was passing. One civilian was killed and 23 were injured, police said.
Governing Council member takes turn for worse - 9/24/03 3:52 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The health of Aquila al-Hashimi, one of three women on Iraq's Governing Council, has taken a turn for the worse, four days after she was shot in a brazen daylight assassination attempt, a council spokesman said Wednesday.
Democrats say U.S. timetable for Iraq rebuilding is too vague - 9/24/03 3:19 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democrats say a Bush administration timetable for the rebuilding of Iraq lacks detail and seems to impose on Iraqis a U.S. view of what their country should look like.
Congressional politics gets heated as Iraq debate unfolds - 9/24/03 3:15 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- There was a time when Iraq was almost a nonpartisan issue in Congress. That clearly ended when President Bush requested an additional $87 billion for operations there and in Afghanistan. Now it's beyond political. It's nasty.
Poll finds Baghdad residents glad to be rid of Saddam - 9/24/03 12:02 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Most residents of Baghdad say that ousting Saddam Hussein was worth the hardships they've endured since then, says a Gallup poll that shows they are divided on whether the country is worse off or better off than before the U.S. invasion.

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