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Some Headlines Of Today

Tuesday  November 18, 2003

U.S. plans new U.N. resolution to endorse agreement between coalition and Iraq - 11/18/03 8:21 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United States wants a new U.N. resolution to endorse the agreement between the Iraqi Governing Council and the U.S.-led coalition for a hand over of power to a provisional Iraqi government in June 2004, U.N. diplomats said Tuesday.
House urges agencies to speed up review of prewar intelligence - 11/18/03 7:26 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The House urged intelligence agencies Tuesday to speed up their internal reviews of prewar intelligence on Iraq. Democrats said problems uncovered by congressional inquiries showed there was no time to waste.
U.S. attacks insurgent positions; general says beefed up American forces stopping foreign fighters at border - 11/18/03 6:47 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. jets and helicopter gunships launched the biggest air operation in central Iraq since active combat ended, blasting suspected ambush sites and hideouts with 500-pound bombs on Tuesday. Explosions rocked western Baghdad as American troops mounted fresh attacks against insurgents.
Italy buries 19 killed in Iraq, holding state funeral, day of mourning - 11/18/03 4:34 PM
ROME (AP) -- Italy paid final tribute Tuesday to 19 Italians killed in Iraq, with a state funeral and national day of mourning that underscored how the tragedy has united a country divided by war. "We will never forget our dear heroes," read a banner along the flag-draped procession route, lined with tens ...
A list of those killed in the Nov. 15 double helicopter crash in Iraq - 11/18/03 4:27 PM
Two Black Hawk helicopters collided Saturday in Iraq, killing 17 soldiers from the 101st Airborne based in Fort Campbell, Ky. The Department of Defense and family members have identified those killed as
A look at U.S. daily deaths in Iraq - 11/18/03 4:25 PM
As of Tuesday, Nov. 18, 422 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.
Transferring security responsibility to the Iraqis may prove a problem if attacks increase - 11/18/03 3:44 PM
SAMARA, Iraq (AP) -- When the U.S. Army unexpectedly withdrew most of its troops from this central Iraq town full of Saddam Hussein loyalists, guerrillas firing machine guns, mortars and grenades overran abandoned U.S. bases, leaving a shaken Iraqi civil defense chief pleading for the Americans' return.
U.S. attacks insurgent positions; general says beefed up American forces stopping foreign fighters at border - 11/18/03 3:29 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. jets and helicopter gunships launched the biggest air operation in central Iraq since active combat ended, blasting suspected ambush sites and hideouts with 500-pound bombs on Tuesday. Explosions rocked western Baghdad as American troops mounted fresh attacks against insurgents.
U.S. general says most insurgents in western Iraq are locals rather than foreigners - 11/18/03 2:34 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Attacks against U.S. troops in a predominantly Sunni Muslim province bordering Syria are mainly carried out by Iraqis loyal to Saddam Hussein and local religious extremists rather than foreigners, a U.S. general said Tuesday.
Hague war crimes tribunal indicts Croatian Serb leader Milan Babic - 11/18/03 2:17 PM
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) -- The U.N. war crimes tribunal issued an indictment Tuesday against former Croatian Serb leader Milan Babic on five counts of war crimes for a campaign of ethnic cleansing in parts of Croatia early in the Balkan wars.
U.S. aircraft pound insurgent positions in central Iraq - 11/18/03 12:42 PM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. fighter jets pounded suspected insurgent positions Tuesday in the largest bombardment of guerrillas in central Iraq since President Bush declared the end of major combat in May, the U.S. military said.
Heavy firing heard on the edges of Baghdad - 11/18/03 11:46 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The rumble of heavy explosions was heard after sundown Tuesday in the Iraqi capital as it appeared U.S. forces were launching another operation against Iraqi insurgents.
October was warmer than average across the U.S. and globally - 11/18/03 11:08 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The United States experienced a warmer than average October this year, with high temperatures in the West making up for cooler conditions in the eastern third of the country, according to government data released Tuesday.
Pretrial hearing starts on allegations military officer mistreated Iraqi detainee - 11/18/03 6:19 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. military court opened a hearing Tuesday into accusations that an American lieutenant colonel manhandled and threatened to kill an Iraqi detainee, allegedly firing his gun near the man to get information on a possible plot to kill him.
Blast in Iraq wounds two soldiers, U.S. bombs suspected insurgent positions - 11/18/03 5:49 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A bomb blast wounded two U.S. soldiers Tuesday in the northern city of Mosul while U.S. aircraft and tanks blasted trees and abandoned buildings along a road north of Baghdad to deny insurgents cover for rocket attacks.
U.S. troops injured in attack, Italian official resigns - 11/18/03 5:18 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A bomb blast wounded two American soldiers Tuesday in the northern city of Mosul, as insurgents pressed ahead with attacks despite U.S. raids and airstrikes that earlier killed six Iraqis and resulted in the capture of 99 suspects.
Italy bids final farewell to victims of Iraq attack with day of mourning - 11/18/03 4:37 AM
ROME (AP) -- Italians observed a national day of mourning Tuesday as they paid their final respects to 19 Italians killed in a truck bombing in Iraq -- a unified outpouring of grief in a country deeply divided over the Iraq war.
U.S.-led coalition promises Iraqis food until June 2004 despite end of U.N. program - 11/18/03 2:48 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- With the U.N. humanitarian program for Iraq set to end at midnight Thursday, the U.S.-led coalition gave assurances that Iraqis will continue to receive the food that the majority of the population relies on until June 2004.
Italy holds national day of mourning for victims of Iraq attack - 11/18/03 2:35 AM
ROME (AP) -- Italians observed a national day of mourning Tuesday as they paid their final respects to 19 Italians killed in a truck bombing in Iraq -- a unified outpouring of grief in a country deeply divided over the Iraq war.
Iraq's new political process to be executed under close coalition scrutiny - 11/18/03 1:43 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A new political blueprint to restore sovereignty to Iraqis by July will be closely supervised by the U.S.-led coalition to make sure all political and religious groups are represented and to keep out remnants of Saddam Hussein's Baath party, according to coalition officials.

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