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Some Headlines Of Today

Saturday  October 04, 2003

Iraq unveils new currency _ without Saddam's image - 10/4/03 7:19 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's Central Bank introduced the country's new currency on Saturday, eliminating Saddam Hussein from yet another aspect of life.
Iraq unveils new currency _ without Saddam's image - 10/4/03 5:56 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's Central Bank introduced the country's new currency on Saturday, eliminating Saddam Hussein from yet another aspect of life.
Baltimore couple use R&R from Iraq to get married - 10/4/03 5:42 PM
BALTIMORE (AP) -- Adrian Dupree, stationed with U.S. troops in Baghdad, made a solemn vow to his fiancee, Mieasha Pompey.
A look at U.S. daily deaths in Iraq - 10/4/03 4:47 PM
As of Saturday, Oct. 4, 317 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.
Rest and relaxation means getting to know new babies, hot showers, seeing U.S. perspective on war - 10/4/03 3:15 PM
BALTIMORE (AP) -- Army Spc. James Wheeler had just one mission in mind at the beginning of his two-week leave from duty in Iraq: getting home as fast as he could to see his wife and four children.
Poland says it was mistaken in report that troops found newly built French missiles in Iraq - 10/4/03 3:08 PM
WARSAW, Poland (AP) -- After a protest from French President Jacques Chirac, Poland said Saturday it had been mistaken in reporting that its troops found new French-made anti-aircraft misiles in central Iraq.
Measuring the Bush administration's assertions against Kay's findings - 10/4/03 2:15 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- On the eve of war, President Bush told the nation that intelligence left no doubt Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. It was among the final assertions of an 18-month campaign by his administration to cast Iraqi President Saddam Hussein as a serious and imminent threat.
Ex-soldiers riot in Baghdad and Basra over pay; another American killed in ambush in northern Iraq - 10/4/03 1:50 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Former Iraqi soldiers angry over rumors their pay would be cut off clashed Saturday with coalition troops in Baghdad and in the southern city of Basra in riots that left two Iraqis dead and dozens injured. Coalition officials said Saddam Hussein supporters fomented the violence.
Chirac unhappy with new U.S. postwar Iraq resolution - 10/4/03 1:46 PM
ROME (AP) -- The United States suffered a fresh setback Saturday in its efforts to secure a new U.N. resolution on Iraq, when French President Jacques Chirac called Washington's latest draft "a disappointment."
AP Interview: Kerik says long road ahead for Iraqi police - 10/4/03 1:35 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- It will take as long as two years to bring Iraq's police force to full strength and it may be longer before violent resistance to Americans and their allies is eliminated, according to the former top police official for New York and Iraq.
First Iraqi unit emerges from U.S. training; Iraqi defense agency quietly being organized - 10/4/03 12:57 PM
KIR KUSH, Iraq (AP) -- A battalion of newly retrained Iraqi soldiers, marching to the beat of a U.S. Army band, completed a nine-week basic course on Saturday to become the first unit of a revived army.
Excerpt from wartime field exchange with Sharon - 10/4/03 12:51 PM
Excerpt from a field radio exchange between Ariel Sharon, a reserve general in the 1973 Mideast War, and Maj. Gen. Shmuel Gonen, commander of the southern front. They are arguing about whether to attack an Egyptian position. Gonen tells Sharon to back up another unit in preparation for the assault. Tapes o ...
On Yom Kippur War anniversary, tapes renew debate on Sharon's role - 10/4/03 12:46 PM
JERUSALEM (AP) -- As a reserve general in the 1973 Mideast War, Ariel Sharon pushed a division toward the Suez Canal in violation of orders, and tapes of field radio exchanges show how easily Israel's future prime minister brushed off his superiors.
Poland says it was mistaken in report that troops found newly built French missiles in Iraq - 10/4/03 12:36 PM
WARSAW, Poland (AP) -- After a protest from French President Jacques Chirac, Poland said Saturday it had been mistaken in reporting that its troops found new French-made anti-aircraft misiles in central Iraq.
Polish troops south of Baghdad find four French-made surface to air missiles - 10/4/03 11:02 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Polish troops discovered French-made anti-aircraft missiles in Iraq, a U.S. military source said Saturday. France swiftly denied selling any weapons to Iraq in violation of a U.N. arms embargo.
Chirac rejects new draft resolution for post-war Iraq - 10/4/03 10:05 AM
ROME (AP) -- French President Jacques Chirac said Saturday he was disappointed by a new U.S.-drafted U.N. resolution on Iraq, which foresees a step-by-step transfer of authority to an interim postwar administration in Baghdad but sets no timetable for a handover of sovereignty.
Stone-throwing ex-soldiers confront U.S. troops near central Baghdad airfield - 10/4/03 9:48 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A stone-throwing mob of ex-Iraqi soldiers charged U.S. forces and Iraqi police Saturday in a protest over jobs and pay. One protester was killed and 25 people were injured, including two policemen.
First lesson as classes start again: Saddam is gone! - 10/4/03 7:27 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqi students began a new school term Saturday, and the first lesson at the al-Yakhda primary school was that Saddam Hussein has been ousted.
Stone-throwing Iraqi vets confront U.S. troops in Baghdad; soldier dies in separate attack - 10/4/03 6:36 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Former Iraqi soldiers charged at U.S. troops and Iraqi police Saturday during a protest to demand jobs and back pay. The Americans and Iraqis fired shots to disperse the crowd, and at least one person died of a gunshot wound, witnesses and a hospital official said.
Stone-throwing ex-Iraqi soldiers confront U.S. troops; soldier dies in attack in Baghdad - 10/4/03 5:13 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- A stone-throwing mob of ex-Iraqi soldiers charged at U.S. soldiers Saturday near a former military airport in central Baghdad where American forces have a large base. The Americans fired shots in the air to drive back the mob.
Inspector cites theories on why weapons of mass destruction still not found - 10/4/03 4:51 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Saddam Hussein may have possessed weapons of mass destruction and hid them, the chief U.S. weapons inspector says. Or the Iraqi dictator may have had the weapons and moved them outside the country just before the war.
One U.S. soldier killed, one wounded in attack in Baghdad - 10/4/03 4:16 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A 4th Infantry Division soldier was killed and one was wounded in an attack in southeast Baghdad, the U.S. military reported Saturday.
Stone-throwing ex-Iraqi soldiers confront U.S. troops near central Baghdad airfield - 10/4/03 4:01 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A stone-throwing mob of ex-Iraqi soldiers charged at U.S. soldiers Saturday near a former military airport in central Baghdad where American forces have a large base. The Americans fired shots in the air to drive back the mob.
Annan takes tough stance against new U.S. resolution on Iraq; Powell tries to appease him - 10/4/03 3:56 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan's tough stance has thrown into doubt the fate of a new U.S.-sponsored Security Council resolution after he all but ruled out a U.N. political role as long as the U.S. and British forces are running Iraq.
Ex-Iraqi soldiers protest over pay - 10/4/03 3:35 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A stone-throwing mob of ex-Iraqi soldiers charged at U.S. soldiers Saturday near a former military airport in central Baghdad where American forces have a large base. The Americans fired shots in the air to drive back the mob.
Derelict plant, angry scientists highlight gap _ so far _ between U.S. weapons charges and Iraq reality - 10/4/03 1:55 AM
MULAHIMAH, Iraq (AP) -- Pigeons have taken over the rust-encrusted pipes and tanks of Fallujah II, where guards idle away hours stalking the birds with slingshots. Once the CIA's "best example" of a disguised weapons program, the derelict chemical plant stands today more as a symbol of the gap between fear ...
Bush says Iraq weapons search shows Saddam 'a danger' - 10/4/03 1:52 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Saddam Hussein may have possessed weapons of mass destruction and hid them, the chief U.S. weapons inspector says. Or the Iraqi dictator may have had the weapons and moved them outside the country just before the war.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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