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Friday  October 24, 2003

A look at U.S. daily deaths in Iraq - 10/24/03 8:13 PM
As of Friday, Oct. 24, 345 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.
Anti-war protesters gathering in Washington, San Francisco - 10/24/03 6:26 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Protesters began converging on the nation's capital Friday for what they hope will be the largest anti-war demonstration since the fall of Baghdad.
No `silver bullet' for Rumsfeld's `hard slog' in Iraq - 10/24/03 5:48 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The "long, hard slog" foreseen by Donald H. Rumsfeld is already playing out in Iraq -- in the tallies of attacks, in the toll of American dead, in the cold eyes of many Iraqis
Swett said Clark knew the facts when advising on Iraq resolution - 10/24/03 5:29 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- One-time House candidate Katrina Swett said Friday that Democratic presidential hopeful Wesley Clark appeared completely familiar with the Iraq resolution when he advised her to support it.
Two soldiers die in mortar attack, third killed in gunbattle in Mosul - 10/24/03 5:14 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A mortar attack killed two American soldiers and wounded four others Friday at an outpost north of Baghdad, and a third American died in a gunbattle in the northern city of Mosul, the U.S. military said.
Donations to rebuild Iraq fall short of $56 billion goal - 10/24/03 5:12 PM
MADRID, Spain (AP) -- Iraq's postwar reconstruction received a boost Friday as nations from Japan to Saudi Arabia pledged $13 billion in new aid on top of more than $20 billion from the United States. But the figure fell well short of the estimated $56 billion needed to rebuild the country, and much came i ...
Iraqi lawyer who helped rescue Jessica Lynch visits W.Va. - 10/24/03 4:37 PM
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- An Iraqi lawyer who assisted U.S. forces in the rescue of Jessica Lynch said Friday he helped the injured West Virginia native because "she is a child of God."
Two U.S. soldiers die in mortar attack, third killed in gunbattle in Mosul - 10/24/03 4:06 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A mortar attack killed two American soldiers and wounded four others Friday at an outpost north of Baghdad, and a third American died in a gunbattle in the northern city of Mosul, the U.S. military said.
List of largest contributions announced for Iraqi reconstruction - 10/24/03 3:52 PM
Some of largest economic reconstruction pledges for Iraq made prior to or during a donors' conference in Madrid, Spain. The World Bank said a total of more than $33 billion was promised in grants and loans, including $20 billion already pledged by the United States.
Iraq reconstruction conference raises more than $33 billion, conference officials say - 10/24/03 3:21 PM
MADRID, Spain (AP) -- International donors Friday pledged more than $33 billion for Iraq's reconstruction in the next four years -- nearly two-thirds of it from the United States. The figure was short of the estimated $56 billion needed to rebuild the country.
Annan: We will act on criticisms of U.N. security in Iraq - 10/24/03 2:24 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Friday the United Nations "will have to change our way of doing business" after a highly critical report blamed "dysfunctional" security for unnecessary casualties in the August bombing of U.N. headquarters in Baghdad.
Ex-communist nations offer what they can to needy Iraqis - 10/24/03 1:00 PM
VIENNA, Austria (AP) -- Poor yet sympathetic to Iraq's postwar plight, the ex-communist countries of the "New Europe" that deployed small contingents of peacekeeping troops are now sending food, medicine and other goods in lieu of cash.
MADRID, Spain: with expectations. - 10/24/03 12:25 PM
The World Bank and U.S. officials estimated ahead of the conference that Iraq needs $56 billion in reconstruction aid over the next four years. The World Bank has said much of that amount will likely be covered by Iraq's oil revenues, private investment and other resources, rather than donations.
Iraq reconstruction conference raises more than $33 billion,' conference officials say - 10/24/03 12:17 PM
MADRID, Spain (AP) -- International donors promised more than $33 billion for Iraqi reconstruction in the next four years, officials said at a conference Friday. The figure fell short of the estimated $56 billion needed to rebuild the country.
Pledges at donor conference will fall short of its estimated needs - 10/24/03 11:47 AM
MADRID, Spain (AP) -- Nudged by the United States, donors came through Friday with pledges big and small for Iraq but were falling short of the estimated $56 billion needed to rebuild the country.
US soldier killed; new attack reported in Fallujah, witnesses tell of American injuries - 10/24/03 10:25 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. soldier was killed Friday in northern Iraq, and 13 troops were wounded in a mortar attack north of Baghdad, the U.S. command said.
Talk gives way to pledges at Iraq reconstruction conference, but target likely to be missed - 10/24/03 9:30 AM
MADRID, Spain (AP) -- Nudged by the United States, donors came through Friday with pledges big and small for Iraq but were falling short of the estimated $56 billion needed to rebuild the country.
Talk gives way to pledges at Iraq reconstruction conference - 10/24/03 6:39 AM
MADRID, Spain (AP) -- Nudged by the United States, international donors came through with big pledges Friday to rebuild Iraq amid hopes that its transformation into a prosperous democracy would help stabilize the entire Mideast.
U.S. soldier killed; new attack reported in Fallujah, witnesses tell of American injuries - 10/24/03 6:35 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. soldier was killed Friday in northern Iraq, officials said. A roadside bomb also wounded several troops in the western city of Fallujah, witnesses said, in the sixth attack by insurgents there in as many days.
Talk gives way to pledges at Iraq reconstruction conference - 10/24/03 4:48 AM
MADRID, Spain (AP) -- Nudged by the United States, international donors started making pledges Friday to rebuild Iraq amid hopes that its transformation into a prosperous democracy would help stabilize the entire Middle East.
Leftover ammunition litters Iraq; puts residents at risk - 10/24/03 4:18 AM
AL-MUKASIB, Iraq (AP) -- Jutting up from the middle of a vegetable field, the burned out missile is a conspicuous reminder to farmer Abbas Ali that the danger is not over six months after the end of the Iraq war.
AP Exclusive: American troops detain nearly all men in single village in apparent anti-terror sweep - 10/24/03 2:22 AM
HABBARIYAH, Iraq (AP) -- American troops in helicopters swooped down on this remote sheepherding village in the desert and detained nearly all the men, one as old as 81, one as young as 13. A month after the raid, apparently aimed at preventing terrorists from slipping across the border from Saudi Arabia, ...

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