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Some Headlines Of Today

Friday  October 17, 2003

Headline Feeds Stopped Coming. Resumed 19th

Domestic politics plays crucial role in discouraging French and German troops going to Iraq - 10/17/03 5:08 AM
PARIS (AP) -- International pressures encouraged France and Germany to support the latest U.S. resolution on Iraq, but domestic pressures could discourage them from contributing ground troops to the mission.
Iraqi leaders welcome U.N. resolution, oppose dispatch of Turkish troops - 10/17/03 4:54 AM
PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia (AP) -- Leaders of Iraq's U.S.-appointed government praised the new U.N. Security Council resolution calling for more troops for Iraq, but warned against sending Turkish troops.
Iraqi police say three Polish soldiers killed in grenade attack - 10/17/03 4:27 AM
KARBALA,Iraq (AP) -- Three international military policemen were killed in a midnight clash in this restive shrine city, witnesses said Friday. Conflicting reports said the dead were either Polish or American soldiers.
`Good' news and `bad' battle it out in Baghdad - 10/17/03 4:24 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. government has launched a "good news" offensive in Iraq, and a couple of Baghdad street kids, peddlers of soda pop, have been recruited for the first wave of attack.
Senate backs, House rejects, loans to Iraq - 10/17/03 3:53 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate disregarded an intense lobbying campaign by the White House and decided that Iraq eventually should have to repay half the $20.3 billion President Bush wants to rebuild the country.
South Korea welcomes U.N. resolution on Iraq but still no word on sending troops - 10/17/03 2:31 AM
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- South Korea said Friday it would seek ways to support a U.S.-led United Nations resolution on Iraq but offered no new word on whether it would send troops to help the U.S.-led coalition in the country.
New U.N. vote may help heal U.S. rift with allies who wouldn't support Iraq war - 10/17/03 2:07 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The U.N. Security Council's approval of a new U.S. resolution on Iraq's future may ease some of the bitterness that surrounded the futile and highly emotional American drive earlier this year to line up key allies to support the war.
Senate approves Iraqi loans in setback for Bush - 10/17/03 1:09 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate defied President Bush on Thursday and voted to convert half his $20.3 billion Iraqi rebuilding plan into a loan, dealing the White House an embarrassing foreign policy setback.

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