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Tuesday  November 4, 2003

Bush says Saddam Hussein is `trying to stir up trouble' - 11/4/03 11:52 PM
ALPINE, Calif. (AP) -- Facing rising casualties in Iraq, President Bush said Tuesday that Saddam Hussein is "trying to stir up trouble" for the American-led occupation but vowed that the United States will track him down.
Intelligence panel leader says he spoke hastily on White House pledge to provide data - 11/4/03 9:16 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Tuesday he spoke too hastily when he said the White House would provide his panel with the documents and interviews it is seeking for its inquiry on prewar intelligence on Iraq.
Turkey won't send troops to Iraq without invitation from Iraqis, ambassador says - 11/4/03 6:51 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Turkey will not send peacekeeping troops into Iraq without an invitation from the U.S.-appointed Iraqi Governing Council, Turkey's ambassador to the United States said Tuesday.
Soldiers killed in helicopter attack in Iraq - 11/4/03 6:38 PM
Names of the 15 U.S. soldiers killed in Sunday's attack on a CH-47 Chinook helicopter near Fallujah, Iraq, according to information released by the Pentagon. Military officials had said 16 soldiers died, but on Tuesday the Army said 15 were killed.
Iraq still a long way from economic recovery, former official says - 11/4/03 6:28 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The former U.S. director for economic change in Iraq praised the $18.6 billion reconstruction package passed by Congress but said Tuesday that Iraq won't make economic progress without major changes in the Iraqi economic system
Army says 15 soldiers were killed, not 16 as widely reported - 11/4/03 5:19 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Fifteen U.S. soldiers were killed in Sunday's Chinook helicopter shoot-down in Iraq, not 16 as widely reported, the Pentagon said Tuesday.
U.N. security coordinator and acting head of U.N. mission in Iraq step down - 11/4/03 5:07 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The U.N. security coordinator and acting head of the U.N. mission in Iraq are stepping down while independent experts assess responsibility for lapses in the bombing of U.N. headquarters in Baghdad, U.N. officials announced Tuesday.
Congress sends Bush $87.5 billion for Iraq, Afghanistan - 11/4/03 2:05 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush will soon sign the $87.5 billion package he requested for Iraq and Afghanistan, but his Democratic critics used its final approval by Congress to highlight what they say are his failed policies in Iraq.
AP Interview: U.S. security chief rejects Iraqis' idea of recalling old army to help in intensifying war - 11/4/03 1:58 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The chief security adviser in the U.S.-led occupation flatly rejected on Tuesday proposals by Iraqi leaders that the old Iraqi army be recalled to duty to help stem the anti-American guerrilla war.
Guerrillas kill American with roadside bomb; fire mortars at U.S. headquarters, wounding four - 11/4/03 1:29 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents killed an American soldier in a roadside bombing in Baghdad on Tuesday and lobbed mortars into the U.S. headquarters area of the capital, wounding four people and raising huge explosions downtown for the second night in a row.
Two mortars hit U.S. headquarters area in Baghdad - 11/4/03 1:18 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents fired mortars Tuesday night into the "Green Zone," the highly guarded headquarters area of the U.S.-led occupation, wounding four people and shaking downtown Baghdad with explosions.
Iraqi guerrillas launch fresh attacks, American soldier killed in Baghdad - 11/4/03 1:07 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents killed an American soldier in a roadside bombing in Baghdad on Tuesday and lobbed mortars into the U.S. headquarters area of the capital, raising huge explosions. Spain, meanwhile, announced the withdrawal of much of its diplomatic staff from Iraq for security reasons.
15 who died in helicopter crash included a man whose mother had just died; a `gentle giant' - 11/4/03 12:43 PM
FORT CARSON, Colo. (AP) -- A missile attack on a helicopter that killed 15 U.S. soldiers in Iraq, including four from this hard-hit post, has spread anger and sadness throughout the communities where the soldiers had established strong roots.
Huge explosion in central Baghdad, smoke rising from U.S. compound - 11/4/03 12:10 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Huge explosions rocked central Baghdad on Tuesday night, and Iraqi police said two mortars landed inside the compound used as a headquarters of the U.S. occupation.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: U.S. occupation. - 11/4/03 11:54 AM
Four large explosions could be heard about 7:45 p.m. along the Tigris River. The smoke appeared coming from the northern end of the sprawling U.S. compound near the al-Jamhuriya Bridge which crosses the Tigris.
Huge explosion in central Baghdad, smoke rising from U.S. compound - 11/4/03 11:50 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Huge explosions rocked central Baghdad on Tuesday night, and smoke could be seen rising close to the compound used as a headquarters of the U.S. occupation.
Soldiers killed in helicopter crash in Iraq - 11/4/03 11:36 AM
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
Turkey won't send troops to Iraq without invitation from Iraqis, ambassador says - 11/4/03 10:06 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Turkey will not send peacekeeping troops into Iraq without an invitation from the U.S.-appointed Iraqi Governing Council, Turkey's ambassador to the United States said Tuesday.
16 who died in helicopter crash included a man whose mother had just died; a `gentle giant' - 11/4/03 9:21 AM
FORT CARSON, Colo. (AP) -- A missile attack on a helicopter that killed 16 U.S. soldiers in Iraq, including four from this hard-hit post, has spread anger and sadness throughout the communities where the soldiers had established strong roots.
In Damascus, little sign of 'foreign fighters' still heading to Iraq - 11/4/03 8:33 AM
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) -- What had once been an assembly point in Syria for Arabs eager to fight in Iraq is now abandoned. Posters of Palestinian "martyrs" in Iraq in a Palestinian refugee camp near Damascus are torn and faded.
Iraqi guerrillas launch fresh attacks, American soldier killed in Baghdad - 11/4/03 8:25 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqi insurgents killed an American soldier in a roadside bombing in Baghdad on Tuesday, and Spain said it was withdrawing much of its diplomatic staff from Iraq for security reasons, the third coalition country to do so in the past two weeks amid mounting violence.
Spain withdraws much diplomatic personnel from Baghdad - 11/4/03 6:08 AM
MADRID, Spain (AP) -- Spain said Tuesday it was withdrawing much of its diplomatic staff from Iraq for security reasons, becoming the third coalition country in recent weeks to downgrade its presence in Baghdad or leave altogether.
Attack on helicopter means more tragedy for hard-hit Army post in Colorado - 11/4/03 5:22 AM
FORT CARSON, Colo. (AP) -- A missile attack on a helicopter that killed 16 U.S. soldiers in Iraq, including four from this hard-hit post, has spread anger and sadness throughout the communities where the soldiers had established strong roots.
Iraqi guerrillas launch fresh attacks, U.S. troops hunt for missiles - 11/4/03 3:54 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Guerrillas mounted fresh attacks on occupation forces, firing mortars in the heart of the Iraqi capital and killing an American soldier near Tikrit, the U.S. military said Tuesday.
Putin: No Russian troops will be sent to Iraq - 11/4/03 3:33 AM
MOSCOW (AP) -- President Vladimir Putin said Russia won't contribute troops to an international peacekeeping force in Iraq, adding that the latest United Nations resolution had fallen short of creating conditions for Moscow's involvement.
Iraqi refugees leave Saudi Arabian camp to return home - 11/4/03 3:24 AM
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) -- More than 370 Iraqi refugees have left for home after 12 years in a Saudi camp, a Saudi official said Tuesday.
Congress-Iraq-Glance - 11/4/03 2:30 AM
Some elements of the $87.5 billion package for Iraq and Afghanistan that won final congressional approval Monday:
Former Najaf governor sentenced to 14 years for corruption - 11/4/03 1:58 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's Central Criminal Court has convicted the former governor of the southern province of Najaf to 14 years in prison for corruption, the U.S.-led Coalition Provisional Authority said Tuesday.
Congress sends Bush $87.5 billion for Iraq, Afghanistan - 11/4/03 1:38 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush will soon sign the $87.5 billion package he requested for Iraq and Afghanistan, but his Democratic critics used its final approval by Congress to highlight what they say are his failed policies in Iraq.
U.N. security chief asked to step aside while independent experts assess lapses in Baghdad bombing - 11/4/03 1:27 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The U.N. security coordinator has been asked to step aside while an independent team of experts assesses responsibility for the lapses in the August bombing of U.N. headquarters in Baghdad, U.N. officials said.
Time on military's side in Iraq, analysts say, but battle for public opinion less sure - 11/4/03 1:24 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- As bad as the news from Iraq sometimes seems, the continuing attacks and rising American death toll may not mean much in the military scheme of things.
Iraq becoming magnet for Muslim militants from Europe that authorities hard-pushed to counter - 11/4/03 1:20 AM
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 - 11/4/03 1:19 AM
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.
A look at U.S. daily deaths in Iraq - 11/4/03 12:34 AM
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.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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