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Tuesday  October 07, 2003

U.S. administrator: Iraqi women to play key role in democracy building - 10/7/03 10:11 PM
HILLA, Iraq (AP)-- The U.S. administrator in Iraq told a gathering of Iraqi women Tuesday that they could make a vital contribution to a free and democratic society.
Bush and administration leaders highlight progress on Iraq and economy - 10/7/03 9:04 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush, facing growing doubts about his handling of postwar Iraq, is launching a concerted campaign to convince Americans that the United States is making solid progress in the war against terror despite growing casualties and setbacks.
U.S. sends mixed signals on new Iraq resolution - 10/7/03 7:01 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United States sent mixed signals Tuesday on the future of a new Iraq resolution that has divided the U.N. Security Council, saying it wants a vote by an Oct. 23 donor's conference but also raising the possibility of a delay.
Turkey's approval of sending troops to Iraq a boost for Bush - 10/7/03 6:34 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Turkey's vote authorizing peacekeeping troops for Iraq is a victory for the Bush administration, which has been working for months to entice allies to send more forces -- especially Muslim troops -- to ease pressure on American forces.
A look at U.S. daily deaths in Iraq - 10/7/03 5:43 PM
As of Tuesday, Oct. 7, 323 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.
Three U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq; sections of Baghdad in turmoil - 10/7/03 5:37 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents killed three U.S. soldiers with roadside bombs, the military reported Tuesday, and former Iraqi intelligence officers demanding jobs hurled stones and charged American forces guarding occupation headquarters in the capital.
Turkish parliament votes to allow troops to Iraq, but Iraq council against it - 10/7/03 5:15 PM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- Parliament voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to give the government permission to send Turkish peacekeepers to Iraq, but members of Iraq's interim council opposed the move, a sign of the problems Washington faces as it tries to assemble a peacekeeping force.
Congress-Iraq-Highlights - 10/7/03 4:46 PM
Highlights of House legislation for U.S. military operations and reconstruction in Iraq and Afghanistan, and how it compares with President Bush's request.
Turkey's decision to send troops to Iraq a boost for Bush - 10/7/03 3:33 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Turkey's decision to send peacekeeping troops to Iraq is a victory for the Bush administration, which has been working for months to entice allies to send more forces -- especially Muslim troops -- to ease pressure on stressed-out American forces.
Iraq's Governing Council agrees to oppose Turkish troops sought by United States - 10/7/03 12:44 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's Governing Council agreed on a resolution Tuesday that opposes the deployment of Turkish troops to help American-led peacekeepers. But the U.S.-appointed body delayed issuing the document.
Turkish parliament approves troop deployment in Iraq, but does not set timetable; Iraqis express opposition - 10/7/03 12:23 PM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- Turkey's parliament voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to allow troops to be sent to Iraq, a move that could lead to the first major contingent of Muslim peacekeepers there. But Iraq's Governing Council said it opposes any deployment of Turkish soldiers.
ANKARA, Turkey: United States. - 10/7/03 11:29 AM
Turkish officials have said thir country could send 5,000 to 10,000 soldiers and that the troops would largely be based in the Sunni Muslim section of central Iraq that has been a hotbed of anti-American violence. Turks are overwhelmingly Sunnis.
ANKARA, Turkey: even longer. - 10/7/03 11:18 AM
Iraqis have expressed deep concern over the prospect of a Turkish deployment. Iraq's U.S.-appointed Governing Council on Tuesday drafted a resolution opposing a Turkish deployment, but it delayed issuing it -- apparently after pressure from Iraq's American administrators.
House GOP cuts funds for ZIP codes, garbage trucks from Bush Iraq plans - 10/7/03 11:13 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- House Republicans' $86.7 billion proposal for Iraq and Afghanistan includes money President Bush wants for an Iraqi witness protection program but drops funds he sought for that country's traffic police and ZIP codes.
Turkish parliament approves troop deployment in Iraq - 10/7/03 11:10 AM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- Turkey's parliament voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to give the government permission to send troops to Iraq, a move that could lead to the first contingent of Muslim peacekeepers being sent to Iraq.
Bombings kill 3 American soldiers in first deaths since Friday - 10/7/03 10:06 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Roadside bombings in central Iraq killed three U.S. soldiers and an Iraqi interpreter and wounded six other service members, the U.S. military said Tuesday. They were the first reported deaths of American soldiers by hostile fire in Iraq since Friday
Turkish parliament debates Iraq troop deployment - 10/7/03 9:15 AM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- Parliament met Tuesday to vote on a motion giving the government permission to send Turkish peacekeepers to Iraq, a move intended to help U.S. operations and mend ties with Washington.
Roadside bombs in central Iraq kill three American soldiers, Iraqi interpreter - 10/7/03 8:50 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Three U.S. soldiers and an Iraqi interpreter were killed and three other service members were wounded in a pair of roadside bombings in central Iraq, the U.S. military said Tuesday.
3rd Armored Cavalry soldier killed, another wounded in roadside bomb - 10/7/03 8:15 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- One soldier attached to the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment was killed and another wounded when a roadside bomb exploded just west of Baghdad, the U.S. military announced Tuesday.
Turkish premier lobbies lawmakers to vote to send troops to Iraq - 10/7/03 6:28 AM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with lawmakers from his ruling party Tuesday to rally support for dispatching Turkish soldiers to Iraq, a move intended to help U.S. operations there and mend ties with Washington.
Explosive fired at the Iraqi foreign ministry, demonstrations snarl central Baghdad - 10/7/03 6:21 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Large portions of Baghdad were in turmoil Tuesday after attackers fired an explosive into the Foreign Ministry compound, former intelligence officers demanding back pay or jobs hurled paving stones at American forces and U.S. soldiers confronted a big demonstration of Shiite Muslims.
Projectile fired at Iraqi foreign ministry in Baghdad - 10/7/03 5:08 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A projectile was fired Tuesday at the offices of the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, causing a large explosion but no casualties, witnesses said. Iraqi guards fired rifles in the air shortly after the midmorning blast.
Explosion at the Iraqi foreign minister, demonstration at palace - 10/7/03 4:45 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- An explosion shook the offices of the Iraqi Foreign Ministry on Tuesday and gunfire could be heard in the area, witnesses said. There were no reports of casualties.
BAGHDAD: jobs back. - 10/7/03 4:39 AM
In southwest Baghdad, U.S. soldiers in about 20 Humvees with two helicopters overhead confronted some 600 demonstrators at a Shiite Muslim mosque, with protesters claiming the Americans had illegally detained their imam.
Protesters at Baghdad mosque face off with U.S. soldiers over arrest of imam - 10/7/03 4:33 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. soldiers in about 20 Humvees confronted some 600 demonstrators Tuesday at a Shiite Muslim mosque in southwest Baghdad, with protesters claiming the Americans had illegally detained their imam.
United States promises to weigh suggestions on Iraq after U.N. session ends without progress - 10/7/03 2:53 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United States said it would weigh suggested changes to its draft Security Council resolution, which has been criticized for not giving the United Nations a larger role in rebuilding postwar Iraq.
House GOP cuts funds for ZIP codes, garbage trucks from Bush Iraq plans - 10/7/03 2:40 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- House Republicans' $86.7 billion proposal for Iraq and Afghanistan includes money President Bush wants for an Iraqi witness protection program but drops funds he sought for that country's traffic police and ZIP codes.
Key senator confirms $600 million more slated for weapons hunt - 10/7/03 2:32 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell, chairman of a key appropriations panel, said Monday he would vote to spend some $600 million to continue the so-far fruitless search for banned weapons in Iraq.
Its grim days behind, Iraqi soccer begins anew - 10/7/03 1:44 AM
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) -- When Saddam Hussein still ruled, Iraq's soccer players understood the consequences of a missed goal or poor play.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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