These Are Only AP Headers For Articles Published. These are manually updated by me. If you wish to read the complete article, use the header title/information to do a web search.

Some Headlines Of Today

Friday  December 5, 2003

AP Interview: Bremer predicts upsurge in guerrilla attacks in Iraq - 12/5/03 4:53 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqi guerrillas will step up attacks in the next few months in an attempt to thwart a transfer of sovereignty from the occupation authority to a new Iraqi government, the top U.S. administrator in Iraq said Friday.
AP NewsBreak: Iraq will soon create war crimes tribunal - 12/5/03 2:27 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Saddam Hussein and hundreds of his aides could go on trial for crimes against humanity and genocide in an Iraqi-led tribunal that will be established in the coming days, Iraqi and American officials told The Associated Press on Friday.
Sixteen countries sign deal to help Iraq reconstruction - 12/5/03 11:48 AM
ROME (AP) -- Sixteen nations, including the United States, Japan and some European countries, agreed Friday to insure payment of up to $2.4 billion worth of exports to Iraq in an effort to jump-start the country's economy.
Bremer warns of more attacks, bombing kills U.S. soldier, two civilians; Baker takes up debt - 12/5/03 11:47 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The top U.S. administrator in Iraq, L. Paul Bremer, warned Friday that attacks against coalition forces will likely escalate over the next few months as the occupation authority prepares for a transfer of sovereignty to a new Iraqi government.
AP NewsBreak: Iraq to create war crimes tribunal in coming days - 12/5/03 11:45 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's U.S.-appointed government will establish a tribunal for crimes against humanity in the coming days that could try hundreds of officials, including Saddam Hussein and his top aides, Iraqi and American officials told The Associated Press on Friday.
AP Exclusive: Iraq to create war crimes tribunal in coming days - 12/5/03 11:40 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's U.S.-appointed government will establish a tribunal for crimes against humanity in the coming days that could try hundreds of officials, including Saddam Hussein and his top aides, Iraqi and American officials told The Associated Press on Friday.
Tribunal sentences Bosnian Serb general to 20 years for siege of Sarajevo - 12/5/03 10:29 AM
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) -- A Bosnian Serb general was convicted Friday of commanding a two-year terror campaign against Sarajevo's civilians, unleashing sniper fire and shells that killed hundreds and wounded thousands in the Muslim sector of the city.
Bremer predicts upsurge in guerrilla attacks in Iraq - 12/5/03 10:23 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The top U.S. administrator in Iraq predicted Friday attacks against coalition forces will escalate over the next few months as the country prepares for a transfer from the occupation authority to a new Iraqi government.
U.S. soldier, two Iraqi civilians die in Baghdad blast - 12/5/03 5:24 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A bomb exploded near a Baghdad mosque as a U.S. military convoy passed by Friday, killing an American soldier and two Iraqis, the military and hospital workers said.
Bomb explosion near Baghdad mosque kills two, wounds 13 - 12/5/03 4:19 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A bomb exploded near a Baghdad mosque as a U.S. military convoy passed by on Friday, killing two Iraqis and wound 13, witnesses and hospital workers said.
Rebels attack U.S. convoy, explosion wounds 20 near Baghdad mosque - 12/5/03 3:24 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Rebels attacked a U.S. military convoy north of Baghdad, leaving an armored personnel carrier burning on the side of the highway, witnesses said Friday. A blast near a mosque in Baghdad injured 20 people.
U.S. military cracks down on money supply to Iraqi insurgents - 12/5/03 3:13 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP)-- The U.S. military has begun staging raids on Iraqi smugglers to cut the cash pipeline to Iraqi insurgents who are believed to pay attackers for bombings and strikes against U.S. troops.
Iraq-Islamic Republic - 12/5/03 1:47 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- In an Iraq torn by uncertainty, Shiite Muslim clerics are easing into the role of the nation's guardians and protectors of the faith -- a newfound power that many see as a harbinger of a future in which the clergy shapes the country's politics.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

HOME

Copyright 2014  Q Madp  PO Box 86888  Portland OR 97286-0888  www.OurWarHeroes.org