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Some Headlines Of Today

Thursday  November 6, 2003

Poles suffer first hostile fire death since World War II; two more Americans killed - 11/6/03 11:58 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Poland suffered its first combat death since the aftermath of World War II when a Polish major was fatally wounded Thursday in an ambush south of Baghdad. Two American soldiers died in attacks near the capital and along the Syrian border.
Soldiers remember their comrades killed when insurgents shot down their helicopter - 11/6/03 11:55 PM
AL-ASSAD, Iraq (AP) -- Fifteen rifles stood in a row with their barrels down, each topped by a U.S. military helmet and framed by an empty pair of combat boots.
Baghdad said to have made last minute overture to U.S. before war - 11/6/03 9:12 PM
BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) -- Negotiators for Saddam Hussein tried to strike a last-minute deal with the Bush administration to avoid an invasion after realizing "the threat was real," a Lebanese-American businessman who tried to serve as a go-between said Thursday.
Army drops cowardice charge against soldier, imposes lesser count - 11/6/03 8:52 PM
FORT CARSON, Colo. (AP) -- The Army dismissed a cowardice charge and filed a lesser count against an Army interrogator who sought counseling after he saw the body of an Iraqi man cut in half by American fire.
Army soldier faces cowardice charge after seeing mangled body of Iraqi man - 11/6/03 8:32 PM
FORT CARSON, Colo. (AP) -- The Army dismissed a cowardice charge and filed a lesser count against an Army interrogator who sought counseling after he saw the body of an Iraqi man cut in half by American fire.
Head of Iraqi council praises Bush for signing Iraqi aid bill - 11/6/03 7:34 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's Governing Council praised President Bush on Thursday for signing a massive Iraqi aid bill, saying the billions in funding showed the U.S. commitment to a "democratic, secure and prosperous Iraq."
Army dismisses cowardice charge against soldier, imposes dereliction count - 11/6/03 6:52 PM
FORT CARSON, Colo. (AP) -- The Army dismissed a cowardice charge but filed another count against an Army interrogator who sought counseling after he saw the body of an Iraqi man cut in half by American fire.
Soldiers killed in helicopter crash in Iraq - 11/6/03 6:38 PM
The 16 U.S. soldiers killed Sunday in an attack on a CH-47 Chinook helicopter near Fallujah, Iraq, according to the Pentagon and families of the victims
Democrat outlines strategy for Iraq, visits with family of fallen soldier - 11/6/03 6:32 PM
ORANGEBURG, S.C. (AP) -- Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark on Thursday offered his strategy to prevail in Iraq and saw firsthand the grief from the ongoing conflict, meeting with the family of a fallen soldier.
Soldier-mom risks punishment to stay home and care for children - 11/6/03 5:46 PM
DENVER (AP) -- Simone Holcomb's choice was between duty and family. She chose family, and now the military may punish her.
Democrat outlines strategy for Iraq - 11/6/03 5:32 PM
ORANGEBURG, S.C. (AP) -- Democrat Wesley Clark, the retired general turned presidential candidate, on Thursday offered his strategy to prevail in Iraq and bring home U.S. troops, including reconfiguring military forces in the Persian Gulf nation.
Troop rotation in Iraq will reduce total U.S. presence by next May - 11/6/03 4:43 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Pentagon announced plans Thursday to send 85,000 Army and Marine combat forces to Iraq early next year to relieve troops completing one-year tours, and 43,000 National Guard and Reserve support troops have been alerted that they may be sent as well.
Poll: Public support slipping for Bush handling of Iraq - 11/6/03 4:37 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Public support is slipping for President Bush's handling of the situation in Iraq, with 54 percent now disapproving of his performance on the post-war rebuilding of that country, according to a poll out Thursday.
Sources: Baghdad made last minute overture to U.S. before war - 11/6/03 3:04 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Just days before U.S.-led forces invaded Iraq, officials claiming to speak for a frantic Iraqi regime made a last-ditch effort to avert the war, but U.S. officials rebuffed the overture, the intermediary and U.S. officials said Thursday.
Two major stolen artifacts of Baghdad Museum recovered in joint raid - 11/6/03 2:57 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- In a joint raid, U.S. soldiers and Iraqi policemen recovered two of the most important artifacts looted from the Iraqi National Museum following the collapse of Saddam Hussein's regime, a coalition spokesman said Thursday.
No. 2 State Department official going to Iraq for talks, morale boost - 11/6/03 2:17 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage plans his first visit to Iraq as part of a Middle East journey that also will take him to Egypt and Saudi Arabia, the State Department said Thursday.
Bush signs $87.5 billion package for Iraq and Afghanistan - 11/6/03 2:13 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush on Thursday signed an $87.5 billion package approved by Congress for Iraq and Afghanistan, calling the money a financial commitment by the United States to the global war to defeat terrorism.
Two Americans killed in separate incidents, Polish major killed - 11/6/03 1:48 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Two American soldiers were killed near Baghdad and along the Syrian border, the U.S. military said Thursday, and Polish forces suffered their first combat death since World War II -- a major ambushed south of the capital.
Marines to return to Iraq as part of U.S. troop rotation in 2004 - 11/6/03 12:24 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- About 85,000 U.S. troops have been alerted they will soon be sent to Iraq to relieve forces who have been there for up to a year, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Thursday.
No. 2 State Department official eyeing trip to Iraq - 11/6/03 10:32 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage plans his first visit to Iraq as part of a Middle East journey that also will take him to Egypt and Saudi Arabia, the State Department said Thursday.
Baghdad made last minute overture to U.S. before war; Pentagon says it wouldn't have averted invasion - 11/6/03 10:06 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Just days before U.S.-led forces invaded Iraq, officials claiming to speak for a frantic Iraqi regime made a last-ditch effort to avert the war, but U.S. officials rebuffed the overture, Pentagon officials said Thursday.
Two Americans killed in separate incidents, Polish major wounded in exchange of fire - 11/6/03 9:02 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Two American soldiers were killed near Baghdad and along the Syrian border, the U.S. military said Thursday, and Polish forces suffered their first combat death when a Polish major was fatally wounded in an ambush south of the capital.
Clark outlines four-pronged strategy for winning the war and exiting Iraq - 11/6/03 7:56 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Former general turned presidential candidate Wesley Clark says he has a four-prong strategy to win the war in Iraq and bring home the troops -- including turning over leadership of the reconstruction to a civilian from outside the United States.
Clark outlines four-pronged strategy for winning the war and exiting Iraq - 11/6/03 3:47 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Former general turned presidential candidate Wesley Clark says he has a four-prong strategy to win the war in Iraq and bring home the troops.
Soldier-mom risks punishment to stay home and care for children - 11/6/03 3:22 AM
DENVER (AP) -- Simone Holcomb's choice was between duty and family. She chose family, and now the military may punish her.
Marines to return to Iraq as part of U.S. troop rotation in 2004 - 11/6/03 1:54 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Pentagon's plan for rotating U.S. troops in Iraq next year includes a return of the Marine Corps and a net reduction in the total American force, officials say.
End of mayor's tenure in Fallujah points to dilemma of Iraqis working with U.S.-led coalition - 11/6/03 1:48 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- As mayor of Fallujah, Taha Bedawi took pride in his close ties to the U.S. military, hanging certificates of merit from the Army on the wall behind his desk. Now, he is being forced out of office after residents turned against him with guns and gasoline bombs.
Green Zone is the center of the American-led occupation, ground zero for insurgents - 11/6/03 1:48 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Concrete blast walls topped with rolls of razor wire, sandbag bunkers and signs threatening "deadly force" surround the complex of palaces and other government buildings that are the heart of the U.S.-led occupation.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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