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Some Headlines Of Today

Monday  November 24, 2003

Iraqi Governing Council asks U.N. to adopt resolution reflecting new timetable for handover of power - 11/24/03 11:45 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Iraq's Governing Council asked the United Nations on Monday for a resolution reflecting U.S. plans to transfer power to Iraqis in June and for elections in the Mideast country by the end of 2005.
Brutal deaths of U.S. soldiers reveal simmering resentment among some in northern city - 11/24/03 8:37 PM
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) -- The killings of two U.S. soldiers, who witnesses said were dragged from their car and pummeled with rocks, offended some in this neighborhood of dilapidated houses and potholed streets where the deaths occurred. But few Iraqis were shocked by the brutality, and some even gloated.
Iraq's U.S.-appointed government shuts Arab TV news bureau for `inciting murder' - 11/24/03 7:44 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S.-appointed government raided the offices of Al-Arabiya television on Monday, banned its broadcasts from Iraq and threatened to imprison its journalists. Media groups said the action called into question the future of a free press in the country.
Iraqi Governing Council asks U.N. to adopt resolution reflecting new timetable for handover of power - 11/24/03 7:40 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Iraq's Governing Council asked the United Nations on Monday for a resolution reflecting plans for an accelerated U.S. transfer power to June and elections by the end of 2005.
A look at U.S. daily deaths in Iraq - 11/24/03 7:12 PM
As of Monday, Nov. 24, 431 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense. Of those, 297 died as a result of hostile action and 134 died of non-hostile causes, the department said.
State Department defends Iraqi council on move against Arab TV network - 11/24/03 4:49 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The State Department defended the U.S.-appointed Iraqi Governing Council's banning of a major Arab television station, saying Monday that the aim was to try "to avoid a situation where these media are used as a channel for incitement."
Road to democracy far from smooth as Iraq remains locked in dangerous flux - 11/24/03 3:47 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A Kurdish president. A Shiite-dominated government. And, most recently, an American-Iraqi woman as ambassador to Washington.
Road to democracy far from smooth as Iraq remains locked in dangerous flux - 11/24/03 2:23 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A Kurdish president. A Shiite-dominated government. And, most recently, an American-Iraqi woman as ambassador to Washington.
Brutal deaths of U.S. soldiers reveal simmering resentment among some in northern city - 11/24/03 2:01 PM
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) -- The slaying of two U.S. soldiers and the mutilation of their bodies offended some in this neighborhood of dilapidated houses and potholed streets where the killing occurred. But few Iraqis were shocked by the brutality, and some even gloated.
Bronfman group to buy Warner Music for $2.6 billion in cash; EMI withdraws competing offer - 11/24/03 12:01 PM
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A partnership led by former Universal Music chief Edgar Bronfman Jr. has agreed to buy Warner Music Group for $2.6 billion cash, creating one of the world's largest independent music companies.
Norway reject's Jordan's extradition request for Mullah Krekar - 11/24/03 11:16 AM
OSLO, Norway (AP) -- Norway on Monday rejected Jordan's extradition request for the suspected spiritual leader of an Iraq-based Islamic militant group allegedly linked to al-Qaida.
Iraqi authorities raid offices of television network for broadcasting alleged Saddam tape - 11/24/03 10:55 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- One of the Middle East's biggest television news networks agreed Monday to halt reports from Iraq after the U.S.-appointed government raided its offices, banned its broadcasts and threatened to imprison journalists.
Roadside bomb injures one American soldier in Mosul, fears insurgency spreading north - 11/24/03 8:31 AM
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) -- Gunmen ambushed U.S. soldiers on patrol with a roadside bomb then opened fire on them in Mosul on Monday, wounding one, as fears grew that the anti-coalition insurgency was spreading north a day after two American soldiers were killed here and their bodies mauled.
Reports: Japan may send military aircraft, ships as initial contribution to Iraq reconstruction - 11/24/03 5:58 AM
TOKYO (AP) -- Japan may send transport aircraft and ships as a stopgap contribution to U.S.-led operation in Iraq while it weighs the risks of sending troops, national media reported Monday.
Pipeline fire blamed on sabotage; 3 American soldiers die in attacks - 11/24/03 3:35 AM
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) -- An oil pipeline near the northern city of Kirkuk was on fire Monday, and local officials said the blaze may have been caused by sabotage. In Mosul, U.S. troops opened fire after an explosion near a military convoy, witnesses said.
Iraqi town no fan of Saddam Hussein, but U.S. occupation angers it too - 11/24/03 3:22 AM
SAMARA, Iraq (AP) -- The Great Mosque, the Caliph's Residence, the Spiral Minaret and other monuments stand as silent testimony to this city's glorious past. The rutted streets and dilapidated shops tell of recent neglect under Saddam Hussein.
Sabotage blamed for oil pipeline attack - 11/24/03 1:11 AM
KIRKUK, Iraq (AP) -- An oil pipeline near the northern city of Kirkuk was on fire Monday, and local officials said the blaze may have been caused by sabotage.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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