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Monday  November 3, 2003

Americans hunt for missiles, clues in aftermath of deadly copter shootdown - 11/3/03 11:59 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- American troops hunted for anti-aircraft missiles along Iraq's trucking routes, digging through heaps of manure, mounds of hay or piles of pomegranates Monday. The U.S. Army retrieved the wreckage of a downed transport helicopter and searched for clues about who knocked it from the sk ...
U.N. security chief asked to step aside for assessment of security lapses in Baghdad bombing - 11/3/03 11:25 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The U.N. security coordinator is being asked to step aside while an independent team assesses security failures that led to so many casualties in a bombing at U.N. headquarters in Baghdad, U.N. officials said Monday.
`The whole world was cheated' _ attack on helicopter took loved ones from families - 11/3/03 10:42 PM
Karina Lau was hoping to surprise her family in California with a two-week furlough from Iraq. Ernest Bucklew was headed home for his mother's funeral in Pennsylvania.
Americans hunt for missiles, clues in aftermath of deadly copter shootdown - 11/3/03 9:58 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- American troops hunted for anti-aircraft missiles along Iraq's trucking routes, digging through heaps of manure, mounds of hay or piles of pomegranates Monday. The U.S. Army retrieved the wreckage of a downed transport helicopter and searched for clues about who knocked it from the sk ...
A look at U.S. daily deaths in Iraq - 11/3/03 9:23 PM
As of Monday, Nov. 3, 376 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.
Congress gives final OK to $87.5 billion for Iraq, Afghanistan - 11/3/03 8:33 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Congress voted its final approval Monday for $87.5 billion for U.S. military operations and aid in Iraq and Afghanistan, a day after Americans in Iraq endured their worst casualties since March.
Soldiers killed in helicopter crash in Iraq - 11/3/03 8:25 PM
Some of the 16 U.S. soldiers killed Sunday in an attack on a CH-47 Chinook helicopter near Fallujah, Iraq, according to information released Monday by the Pentagon and families of the victims:
Investigators looking into whether Chinook crew used missile avoidance systems - 11/3/03 5:04 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Among the questions that investigators are asking about the lethal shoot-down of an Army Chinook helicopter in Iraq is whether the chopper used the standard defenses against surface-to-air weapons, such as flares designed to deceive a heat-seeking missile.
WASHINGTON: to fill." - 11/3/03 5:02 PM
In the latest blow to Iraq's U.S. occupiers, 19 American troops were killed there on Sunday. That included 16 who died when a missile brought down a U.S. Army transport helicopter west of Baghdad, a crash in which 21 other Americans were wounded.
Congress nears final passage of $87.5 billion for Iraq, Afghanistan - 11/3/03 4:17 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Congress neared final approval Monday of $87.5 billion for the U.S. occupation of Iraq and operations in Afghanistan, edging President Bush toward a legislative win a day after Americans in Iraq endured their worst casualties since March.
Iraq becoming magnet for Muslim militants from Europe that authorities hard-pushed to counter - 11/3/03 4:04 PM
BERLIN (AP) -- Security officials are concerned that Iraq is becoming a magnet and proving ground for young Muslims from Europe angered by the U.S. occupation of a Muslim land and encouraged by a string of deadly attacks on American soldiers.
Former EU peace envoy says Milosevic could have prevented Bosnian war - 11/3/03 3:26 PM
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) -- Former Serb leader Slobodan Milosevic anticipated there would be a massacre in the Bosnian enclave of Srebrenica two years before it happened but failed to stop it, the European Union's wartime envoy said Monday.
Attack on helicopter hits Fort Carson hard; one victim was headed home for mother's funeral - 11/3/03 2:50 PM
FORT CARSON, Colo. (AP) -- Fort Carson, already hit hard by the conflict in Iraq, suffered its single heaviest combat loss since the Vietnam War with the deaths of four soldiers aboard a helicopter shot down near the Euphrates River.
Attack on helicopter hits Fort Carson hard; one victim was headed home for mother's funeral - 11/3/03 2:37 PM
FORT CARSON, Colo. (AP) -- Fort Carson, already hit hard by the conflict in Iraq, suffered its single heaviest combat loss since the Vietnam War with the deaths of four soldiers aboard a helicopter shot down near the Euphrates River.
Leaflets warned of "modern" attacks before Iraqi insurgents downed a U.S. helicopter - 11/3/03 1:55 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A blast near a holy Shiite Muslim shrine in the city of Karbala on Monday killed three people and injured 12, witnesses said. Meanwhile, in Baghdad, a string of mortar blasts struck near downtown after sunset.
Blast in Shiite holy city Karbala kills three; string of mortars shakes central Baghdad - 11/3/03 1:24 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A blast near a holy Shiite Muslim shrine in the city of Karbala on Monday killed three people and injured 12, witnesses said. Meanwhile, in Baghdad, a string of mortar blasts struck near downtown after sunset.
Bush says the United States mourns every loss in Iraq - 11/3/03 1:23 PM
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- A day after guerrillas shot down a helicopter in Iraq and killed 16 Americans, President Bush said Monday that attackers are trying to drive away coalition forces but that "America will never run."
Five explosions shake central Baghdad - 11/3/03 1:19 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A blast near a holy Shiite Muslim shrine in the city of Karbala on Monday killed three people and injured 12, witnesses said. Meanwhile, in Baghdad, strong explosions were heard downtown after sunset.
U.S. troops crack down on big trucks in search for smuggled missiles, other weapons - 11/3/03 12:49 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Sgt. John Davies' face was soaked with sweat as he climbed aboard a truck Monday and poked the cargo of hay with a wooden stick. Iraqi women in full-length veils watched from atop the truck as he listened for the thunk of wood against a missile tube or the rattle of hidden assault rifl ...
Congress nears final approval of $87.5 billion for Iraq, Afghanistan - 11/3/03 12:21 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate prepared to give final congressional approval Monday to an $87.5 billion measure for Iraq and Afghanistan, a package largely mirroring President Bush's request of eight weeks ago.
Attack on helicopter hits Fort Carson hard; one victim was headed home for mother's funeral - 11/3/03 10:16 AM
FORT CARSON, Colo. (AP) -- Fort Carson suffered its single heaviest combat loss since the Vietnam War with the deaths of four soldiers aboard a helicopter shot down in Iraq.
Congress ready for final approval of $87.5 billion for Iraq, Afghanistan - 11/3/03 10:09 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate is preparing to give final congressional approval to an $87.5 billion measure for Iraq and Afghanistan, a package that largely mirrors a plan President Bush requested eight weeks ago.
Leaflets warned of "modern" attacks before Iraqi insurgents downed a U.S. helicopter - 11/3/03 8:40 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Leaflets seen in mosques in this tense Sunni Muslim region warned of new attacks using "modern and advanced methods" only days before insurgents brought down a U.S. Army Chinook helicopter, killing 16 and wounding 20 others.
Fort Carson community in Colorado awaits details of attack toll - 11/3/03 8:24 AM
FORT CARSON, Colo. (AP) -- Soldiers at Fort Carson are stunned by the loss of four colleagues killed when their helicopter was shot down in Iraq, an officer at the base said.
White House says U.S. resolve in Iraq is 'unshakable;' Democratic rivals renew criticism - 11/3/03 7:47 AM
CRAWFORD, Texas (AP) -- This country's determination to prevail in Iraq is "unshakable" despite the downing of an Army helicopter that killed 16 U.S. soldiers, the White House says. Democrats called the assault a fresh illustration of faulty postwar planning.
Leaflets warned of "modern" attacks before Iraqi insurgents downed a U.S. helicopter, killing 16 - 11/3/03 4:40 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Leaflets seen in mosques in this tense Sunni Muslim region warned of new attacks using "modern and advanced methods" only days before gunners brought down a U.S. Army Chinook helicopter, killing 16 and wounding 20 others.
Among Arabs, celebration of strikes on U.S. in Iraq - 11/3/03 3:19 AM
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- Across the Arab world, strikes like the deadly downing of a U.S. helicopter are applauded by many as resistance to occupation and proof that Iraqis were not completely humiliated by the ease of the U.S.-led victory over Saddam Hussein.
Key senator, White House disagree on extent of cooperation in Iraq probe - 11/3/03 2:51 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee expects the White House to give the panel access to all materials it sought for its inquiry into prewar information on Iraq. A spokesman for President Bush indicates he shouldn't be so sure.
U.S. helicopter shot down in Iraq: 16 U.S. soldiers killed and 20 wounded - 11/3/03 2:21 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Targeting Americans with new audacity, insurgents hiding in a date palm grove shot down a Chinook helicopter carrying dozens of soldiers heading for home leave Sunday, killing 16 and wounding 20 in the deadliest strike against U.S. forces since they invaded Iraq in March.
Iraq soccer coach says coalition ignores national sport - 11/3/03 1:53 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's soccer coach criticized the U.S.-led coalition for ignoring the needs of the national team and threatened to resign unless authorities help the squad prepare for the upcoming Asian championships.
White House says U.S. resolve in Iraq is 'unshakable;' Democratic rivals renew criticism - 11/3/03 1:18 AM
CRAWFORD, Texas (AP) -- This country's determination to prevail in Iraq is "unshakable" despite the downing of an Army helicopter that killed 16 U.S. soldiers, the White House says. Democrats called the assault a fresh illustration of faulty postwar planning.
U.S. helicopter shot down in Iraq: 16 U.S. soldiers killed and 20 wounded - 11/3/03 1:04 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Targeting Americans with new audacity, insurgents hiding in a date palm grove shot down a Chinook helicopter carrying dozens of soldiers heading for home leave Sunday, killing 16 and wounding 20 in the deadliest strike against U.S. forces since they invaded Iraq in March.
Pa. soldier killed heading home to funeral - 11/3/03 1:03 AM
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- One of 16 soldiers killed when their helicopter was struck by a missile and crashed in Iraq was on his way home to attend the funeral of his mother, relatives said.

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