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Some Headlines Of Today

Sunday  November 16, 2003

U.S. troops move against Iraqi insurgents in Baghdad; Army tries to find cause of Black Hawk crash - 11/16/03 10:59 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops flooded a Baghdad neighborhood and fired a missile at an alleged training base in northern Iraq, part of a new offensive against guerrillas even as a tape purportedly made by Saddam Hussein urged the rebels to redouble their efforts.
Kentucky community hit hard by helicopter deaths over two weeks copes with rising death toll - 11/16/03 8:59 PM
FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) -- A day before the funeral Mass for one parishioner killed in Iraq, the congregation at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church prayed Sunday for 17 other soldiers in the same division killed in the crash of two Black Hawk helicopters.
French foreign minister says June is too late for provisional government in Iraq - 11/16/03 4:50 PM
PARIS (AP) -- France's foreign minister says the U.S. plan to cede power in Iraq by June moves too slowly, and he urged occupation forces to have a provisional government in place by the end of 2003.
A look at U.S. daily deaths in Iraq - 11/16/03 4:47 PM
As of Friday, Nov. 14, 399 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense. The department did not provide an update Sunday.
Bush vows anew to "stay tough" against terrorism - 11/16/03 4:46 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A day after the Iraq war's deadliest single incident, President Bush on Sunday mourned the Americans killed but said neither escalating violence, a changing political scene nor new threats will hasten the U.S. exit from Iraq.
U.S. investigating Black Hawk crash, Saddam urges Iraqis to step up fight - 11/16/03 3:23 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. military tried to determine Sunday whether insurgent gunfire caused the crash of two Black Hawk helicopters, killing 17 soldiers in the worst single loss of American life since the war in Iraq began.
Purported Saddam Hussein tape aired by Arabic language TV station - 11/16/03 2:18 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- An audiotape purportedly made by Saddam Hussein told Iraqis on Sunday to step up their resistance to the U.S.-led occupation, saying the United States and its allies misjudged the difficulty of occupying Iraq.
Bush mourns Americans killed in helicopter crash in Iraq - 11/16/03 1:46 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush said Sunday that "it's a sad day" no matter what caused a deadly helicopter crash in Iraq and that the security situation there -- not the political process -- will determine when American troops depart.
Strong explosions heard in Baghdad - 11/16/03 1:43 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Strong explosions thundered through central Baghdad after sundown Sunday in what appeared to be part of a U.S. military operation against insurgents in the capital.
East Europe's travails with economic reform suggest problems ahead in Iraq - 11/16/03 1:17 PM
The record for national economic transformations is a mixed one, with plenty of examples in eastern and central Europe and the countries of the former Soviet Union.
Shock-therapy U.S.-led restructuring of Iraqi economy is on shaky ground, top economists say - 11/16/03 1:16 PM
Top economists are making dire predictions about the Bush administration's plan for a shock-therapy style reorganization of Iraq's postwar economy -- a policy that met with mixed success across eastern Europe after the fall of the Soviet Union a decade ago.
AP Exclusive: Top Iraqi scientist flees to Iran as weapons hunters struggle to keep tabs on key people - 11/16/03 1:13 PM
The Iraqi scientist who headed Saddam Hussein's long-range missile program has fled to neighboring Iran, a country identified as a state sponsor of terrorism with a successful missile program and nuclear ambitions, U.S. officers involved in the weapons hunt told The Associated Press.
Purported Saddam Hussein tape aired by Arabic language TV station - 11/16/03 12:12 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- An audiotape purportedly made by Saddam Hussein told Iraqis on Sunday to step up their resistance to the U.S.-led occupation, saying the United States and its allies misjudged the difficulty of occupying Iraq.
U.S. will help draft new interim constitution, Bremer says - 11/16/03 11:37 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The United States will help write an interim Iraqi constitution that embodies American values and will lead to the creation of a new government, America's chief postwar administrator in Iraq said Sunday.
Purported Saddam Hussein tape aired by Arabic language TV station - 11/16/03 11:34 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- An audiotape purportedly made by Saddam Hussein told Iraqis on Sunday that the United States and its allies misjudged the difficulty of occupying Iraq and that Iraqis will rebel against their "evil intentions."
Report says CIA's found no evidence Saddam tried to transfer WMD to terrorists - 11/16/03 9:32 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A new study by an independent military and intelligence expert who toured Iraq recently found no evidence that Saddam Hussein tried to transfer weapons of mass destruction to terrorists.
U.S. military investigating whether Black Hawk crash that killed 17 due to groundfire - 11/16/03 9:16 AM
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. military on Sunday was investigating whether insurgent groundfire caused the crash of two U.S. helicopters, killing 17 American soldiers, the worst single loss of U.S. life since the start of the Iraq war.
First shipment of Iraqi oil since war arrives in Jordan - 11/16/03 7:20 AM
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) -- A shipment of 1 million barrels of Iraqi crude oil has arrived at Jordan's Red Sea port, the first such supply since the U.S.-led war in neighboring Iraq began, the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources said Sunday.
Bush looks to plan to end U.S. occupation of Iraq - 11/16/03 6:06 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In the face of continuing violence and a mounting death toll of American troops, the Bush administration says the United States won't spend years as an occupier in Iraq and plans to quickly cede power to a new government.
U.S. military investigating whether Black Hawk crash was due to groundfire - 11/16/03 5:24 AM
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. military on Sunday was investigating whether insurgent groundfire caused the crash of two U.S. helicopters, killing 17 American soldiers in the worst single loss of U.S. life since the start of the Iraq war.
Two Black Hawks collide and crash, 17 soldiers killed in worst loss of life for U.S. military - 11/16/03 1:45 AM
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) -- Two Black Hawk helicopters collided and crashed Saturday night, killing 17 American soldiers in the U.S. military's worst single loss of life since the Iraq war began.

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