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Saturday  November 1, 2003

A look at U.S. daily deaths in Iraq - 11/1/03 6:13 PM
As of Saturday, Nov. 1, 360 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.
Iraq's neighbors discuss war's impact on region, but insulted Baghdad declines invite - 11/1/03 5:35 PM
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) -- Iraq's neighbors opened a conference Saturday on the impact of the U.S.-led war that ousted Saddam Hussein, but Baghdad's interim government -- insulted by a last-minute invitation -- snubbed the talks and vowed to reject any decisions made there.
Terror fears empty Baghdad schools, but commerce goes on; U.S. to boost Iraqi security forces - 11/1/03 3:48 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Nervous Baghdad parents kept children home from school on Saturday, but warnings of an insurgent "Day of Resistance" and a general strike otherwise had limited impact across Iraq, as U.S. authorities moved to counter an intensifying insurgency.
Terror fears empty Baghdad schools, but commerce goes on; U.S. to boost Iraqi security forces - 11/1/03 2:44 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Nervous Baghdad parents kept children home from school on Saturday, but warnings of terror attacks and anonymous calls for a general strike otherwise had limited impact across Iraq, as U.S. authorities moved to counter an intensifying insurgency.
Iraq's neighbors gather to discuss war's impact on region, but insulted Baghdad declines invite - 11/1/03 2:21 PM
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) -- Iraq's neighbors opened a conference Saturday on the impact of the U.S.-led war that ousted Saddam Hussein, but Baghdad's interim government -- insulted by a last-minute invitation -- snubbed the talks and vowed to reject any decisions made there.
Fears of attacks on "Day of Resistance" keeps many Iraqis at home; Two American soldiers killed in nothern Iraq - 11/1/03 2:07 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Parents kept their childen out of school amid fears of attacks Saturday on a "Day of Resistance," called by Saddam Hussein loyalists, but many Iraqis turned up at work as the day passed in the capital with no widespread violence. In northern Iraq, a roadside bomb killed at least two U ...
AP Enterprise: Former Iraqi detainees tell of riots, punishment in the sun, good Americans and pitiless ones - 11/1/03 12:36 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- In Iraq's American detention camps, forbidden talk can earn a prisoner hours bound and stretched out in the sun, and detainees swinging tent poles rise up regularly against their jailers, according to recently released Iraqis.
Former Iraqi detainees tell of riots, punishment in the sun, good Americans and pitiless ones - 11/1/03 12:33 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- In Iraq's American detention camps, forbidden talk can earn a prisoner hours bound and stretched out in the sun, and detainees swinging tent poles rise up regularly against their jailers, according to recently released Iraqis.
Two American soldiers killed; Bremer announces acceleration of training Iraqi forces - 11/1/03 12:19 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Parents kept their childen out of school amid fears of attacks Saturday on a "Day of Resistance," called by Saddam Hussein loyalists, but many Iraqis turned up at work as the day passed in the capital with no widespread violence. In northern Iraq, a roadside bomb killed at least two U ...
Soldiers from 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment set up a new life in Iraqi desert - 11/1/03 12:15 PM
ON THE SAUDI BORDER, Iraq (AP) -- They're setting up camp in a bleak spot of desert, and amenities are few, but the soldiers of Eagle Troop are happy to be here.
Bush, on radio, says leaving Iraq now would only embolden terrorists - 11/1/03 11:32 AM
CRAWFORD, Texas (AP) -- An upsurge in violence will not cause America to leave Iraq prematurely, President Bush said Saturday in insisting that U.S.-led forces are rounding up insurgents despite the new attacks.
Iraq rejects Syria's invitation to attend regional meeting - 11/1/03 11:30 AM
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) -- An offended Iraqi Governing Council refused a last-minute invitation from Syria to attend a regional meeting Saturday and declared it was rejecting in advance any decisions the group might make.
Bremer says US will speed training of Iraqis to cope with new security threats - 11/1/03 10:25 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S.-led coalition will speed up the training of Iraqi soldiers and police to cope with new security threat following the stepped up attacks by insurgents, the chief administrator said Saturday.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: regional level." - 11/1/03 9:57 AM
Citing unidentified senior officials, The New York Times reported Friday that Saddam himself might be playing a significant role in coordinating and directing attacks by his loyalists.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: their future." - 11/1/03 9:50 AM
Bremer also said that capturing or killing Saddam Hussein is a top priority of the U.S.-led coalition. But he said there was no evidence that the ousted Iraqi leader was organizing the increasingly fierce guerrilla war against U.S. occupation forces.
Americans killed, oil pipeline ablaze after warnings of a 'day of resistance' - 11/1/03 8:51 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb killed at least two U.S. soldiers Saturday in Mosul, and many parents kept children away from classes in the capital after leaflets attributed to Saddam Hussein's party warned of a "Day of Resistance" against the U.S. occupation.
Divisions over Iraqi attendance mar meeting of Iraq's neighbors - 11/1/03 8:34 AM
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) -- Iraq's neighbors were debating whether to invite a delegation from Baghdad to a regional gathering Saturday, where Iraq wants to press for a crackdown on the cross-border infliltration of militants who are contributing to the violence in the country.
Confidential U.N. report on Baghdad bombing says senior U.N. officials must share responsibility - 11/1/03 6:13 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Senior U.N. officials must share responsibility for serious lapses and "inadequate precautions" that caused unnecessary injuries in the bombing of U.N. headquarters in Baghdad, a confidential internal report says for the first time.
Roadside bomb kills two Americans, oil pipeline ablaze after warnings of a 'day of resistance' - 11/1/03 5:51 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A roadside bomb killed at least two U.S. soldiers Saturday in Mosul, and many parents kept children away from classes in the capital after leaflets attributed to Saddam Hussein's party warned of a "Day of Resistance" against the U.S. occupation.
Tribal elders from Saddam's hometown give U.S. soldiers an earful - 11/1/03 4:14 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- The tribal elders from Saddam Hussein's home region extended an invitation to U.S. soldiers for talks -- and told them townspeople are against "terrorists" throwing bombs but also don't like soldiers putting guns to men's heads during searches.
Tribal elders from Saddam's hometown give U.S. soldiers and earful - 11/1/03 3:03 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- The tribal elders from Saddam Hussein's home region extended an invitation to U.S. soldiers for talks -- and told them townspeople are against "terrorists" throwing bombs but also don't like soldiers putting guns to men's heads during searches.
Despite Pentagon's low figures, outside analysts accurately gauged Iraq costs - 11/1/03 2:13 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- This week, lawmakers complained about a surprisingly high price tag while approving President Bush's request for $87 billion to occupy and rebuild Iraq, but there were some warning signs of the cost.
A dispute over a marketplace explodes into anti-American fury in Iraq - 11/1/03 1:23 AM
ABU GHRAIB, Iraq (AP) -- A land mine exploded Saturday on a road in the northern city of Mosul, killing two Americans in passing vehicles and wounding three other people, Iraqi police said, as leaflets called for a "Day of Resistance" to protest the U.S.-led occupation.

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