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Thursday  April 17, 2003

Malaysian court rejects Anwar's appeal against sodomy conviction - 4/17/03 11:30 PM
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) -- A Malaysian appeals court on Friday upheld a sex abuse conviction against former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim.
Poll: Concern over peacekeeping mission on the rise - 4/17/03 10:33 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A new poll shows Americans are becoming concerned about becoming embroiled in a potentially difficult peacekeeping mission in Iraq.
Saddam's half brother caught, other relatives being sought - 4/17/03 10:13 PM
Saddam Hussein's half brother exulted in power, wealth and violence -- all the things that came naturally to many of the Iraqi leader's relatives.
Saddam's half brother captured, FBI to help find stolen treasures - 4/17/03 10:10 PM
American forces seized a half brother of Saddam Hussein in a commando raid Thursday, eager to interrogate him about secrets of the old Iraqi regime. The FBI joined the hunt for irreplaceable antiquities stolen from the National Museum in Baghdad.
Blair says he could have lost job over Iraq war - 4/17/03 8:48 PM
LONDON (AP) -- Prime Minister Tony Blair knew before the Iraq war began that it might cost him his job and would have resigned if a majority of lawmakers from his Labor Party had opposed his decision to join the fight, a newspaper quoted him as saying Friday.
Saddam's half brothers killed and conspired for him - 4/17/03 8:18 PM
Saddam Hussein has three half brothers from his mother's second marriage. They have been close to Saddam for most of the past three decades. Their willingness to kill and conspire for him, eliminating even members of their own extended clan, was one of the mainstays of the regime.
Saddam's half brother caught, other relatives being sought - 4/17/03 8:16 PM
Saddam Hussein's half brother exulted in power, wealth and violence -- all the things that came naturally to many of the Iraqi leader's relatives.
White House art advisers quit to protest looting of Baghdad museum - 4/17/03 8:12 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Three members of the White House Cultural Property Advisory Committee have resigned to protest the looting of Baghdad's National Museum of Antiquities.
Bechtel wins big Iraq reconstruction contract - 4/17/03 7:21 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The government on Thursday awarded Bechtel Corp. a contract that could reach $680 million for helping rebuild Iraq's power, water and sewage systems and repairing airports and a seaport.
Saddam's half brother captured, FBI to help find stolen treasures - 4/17/03 6:57 PM
American forces seized a half brother of Saddam Hussein in a commando raid Thursday, eager to interrogate him about secrets of the old Iraqi regime. The FBI joined the hunt for irreplaceable antiquities stolen from the National Museum in Baghdad.
Rumsfeld says illegal weapons will not be found without Iraqis' help - 4/17/03 6:57 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The U.S. military's search for chemical and biological weapons is unlikely to succeed until Iraqis lead American forces to them, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Thursday.
Syria may expel some Iraqis, U.S. officials say - 4/17/03 6:40 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Syria may be preparing to quietly expel some members of the Iraqi government who have sought refuge inside its borders, U.S. officials said Thursday.
U.N inspectors could help verify Iraq weapons but won't be 'dogs on a leash' - 4/17/03 6:37 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- U.N. arms inspectors are ready to get back into Iraq to finish the job of looking for any chemical, biological or nuclear weapons but don't want to work under a new U.S.-led disarmament effort.
Hundreds of unmarked graves found in northern Iraqi city Kirkuk - 4/17/03 6:36 PM
KIRKUK, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. military has found an estimated 1,500 unmarked graves in this northern Iraqi city, though it remained uncertain whose remains they contain.
Shiite opposition leader invites Iraqis to Karbala to reject "foreign domination" - 4/17/03 6:14 PM
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- The exiled leader of the biggest Iraqi opposition group called Thursday on Iraqis to converge in the Shiite holy city of Karbala to oppose a U.S.-led interim administration and defend Iraq's independence.
Jordan turning into major supply route for aid to Iraq - 4/17/03 6:11 PM
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) -- A plane loaded with medicine, blankets and other humanitarian supplies arrived Thursday in Jordan, as aid agencies and governments turn the desert kingdom into a major supply route for aid to Iraq.
White House art advisers quit to protest looting of Baghdad museum - 4/17/03 5:45 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Three members of the White House Cultural Property Advisory Committee have resigned to protest the looting of Baghdad's National Museum of Antiquities.
Precision in ending Saddam's rule, but chaos afterward in Iraqi civil society - 4/17/03 5:25 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- There is a stark contrast between the precision with which American soldiers ended Saddam Hussein's rule and the chaos afterward.
Red Cross: Baghdad psychiatric patients reportedly raped during ransacking of their hospital - 4/17/03 5:21 PM
GENEVA (AP) -- Some patients in a Baghdad psychiatric hospital were raped as looters ransacked the building over a three-day spree, the Red Cross said Thursday, quoting the hospital's director.
Experts: Looters had keys to Iraqi antiquity vaults - 4/17/03 5:16 PM
PARIS (AP) -- Professional thieves, likely organized outside Iraq, pillaged the nation's priceless ancient history collections by using the cover of widespread looting -- and vault keys -- to make off with irreplaceable items, art experts and historians said Thursday.
Troops as police: bank robbers, millions and an angry crowd - 4/17/03 5:09 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The radio call was urgent: bank robbery in progress, gunmen still in the building, immediate backup needed.
Central Command: capitulation, cease-fire of Iranian group in Iraq could come soon - 4/17/03 5:05 PM
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar (AP) -- A cease-fire and surrender by an Iranian opposition group operating inside Iraq could come within days, U.S. Central Command said Thursday.
Bechtel wins huge Iraq reconstruction contract - 4/17/03 5:03 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The government on Thursday awarded a big contract to evaluate and repair Iraq's power, water and sewage systems to Bechtel Corp. of San Francisco.
Stolen Iraqi antiquities, Iraqi documents part of FBI's postwar focus - 4/17/03 5:03 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The FBI is on the hunt for antiquities looted from Iraqi museums and poring over seized documents to identify potential terror threats, FBI Director Robert Mueller said Thursday.
WASHINGTON: submit proposals. - 4/17/03 5:01 PM
In addition to work on the utility systems, the contract also provides for rehabilitation or repair of airport facilities and dredging, repair and upgrading of the Umm Qasr seaport in cooperation with other contractors.
Shiites await return of opposition group leader who opposes U.S. policy, commands thousands of fighters - 4/17/03 4:44 PM
KUT, Iraq (AP) -- The exiled leader of Iraq's largest opposition group -- which opposes U.S. policies and claims thousands of fighters are ready to take up arms -- will soon return to Iraq, a top aide said Thursday.
Lynch overwhelmed by mail, asks for donations to military charities - 4/17/03 4:39 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pfc. Jessica Lynch asked Thursday that people who have been sending her gifts in the hospital make donations to military charities instead.
Kurds say they will help U.S. provide security in tense northern city - 4/17/03 4:37 PM
SALAHUDDIN, Iraq (AP) -- Kurdish forces are helping U.S. troops secure Mosul and will leave the predominantly Arab northern city once resistance ends, a Kurdish spokesman said Thursday.
Saddam's half brother caught, other relatives being sought - 4/17/03 4:26 PM
Saddam Hussein's half brother exulted in power, wealth and violence -- all the things that came naturally to many of the Iraqi leader's relatives.
Italian, U.S. justice officials meet to discuss extradition of Abul Abbas - 4/17/03 4:26 PM
ROME (AP) -- Italian Justice Ministry officials met with their U.S. counterparts Thursday to discuss the possible extradition to Italy of convicted Achille Lauro hijacker and terrorist Abul Abbas.
Power to the people? In the dark, Iraq's capital fumbles for the switch - 4/17/03 4:00 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- With the system lights around him glowing a sickly green, the chief engineer of Baghdad's key power plant stood Thursday before a control panel of bad news: Inverter failure. Cooling system failure. Circuit breaker failure.
Experts: Looters were organized, had keys to antiquity vaults - 4/17/03 3:56 PM
PARIS (AP) -- Some of the looters who ravaged Iraqi antiquities appeared highly organized and even had keys to museum vaults and were able to take pieces from safes, experts said Thursday at an international meeting.
U.S. captures Saddam's half brother, stops bank robbery - 4/17/03 3:23 PM
American commandos captured a half brother of Saddam Hussein on Thursday, the latest success in a campaign to round up insiders from the former regime. U.S. troops thwarted a Baghdad bank robbery over the protests of Iraqis eager to share in the loot.
Cadets train to defend against cyber attack - 4/17/03 3:19 PM
WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) -- The cyberattacks hit after sunup.
FBI helping to find treasures stolen from Iraqi museums - 4/17/03 3:03 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The FBI announced Thursday that it had sent agents to Iraq to assist in recovering antiquities stolen from museums by looters.
WASHN: black markets." - 4/17/03 2:57 PM
Mueller declined to say how many agents had been sent.
Seven rescued American POWs prepare for return home - 4/17/03 2:53 PM
LANDSTUHL, Germany (AP) -- The seven U.S. prisoners of war rescued in Iraq phoned their families and were examined by doctors Thursday as they prepared for their return home.
FBI helping to find treasures stolen from Iraqi museums - 4/17/03 2:42 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The FBI announced Thursday that it had sent agents to Iraq to assist in recovering antiquities stolen from museums by looters.
Wounded Iraqi boy recovering from surgery - 4/17/03 2:30 PM
KUWAIT CITY (AP) -- A 12-year-old Iraqi boy who lost his arms and suffered severe burns when a missile struck his Baghdad home was recovering from surgery on Thursday, cheered by gifts from the hospital staff, his plastic surgeon said.
From soldiers in all wars, a common theme _ longing for home - 4/17/03 2:30 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The letter might have been written by any soldier, in any war. It might have been written this week in Iraq.
Power to the people? In the dark, Iraq's capital fumbles for the switch - 4/17/03 2:19 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- With the system lights around him glowing a sickly green, the chief engineer of Baghdad's key power plant stood Thursday before a control panel of bad news: Inverter failure. Cooling system failure. Circuit breaker failure.
Saddam's half brothers killed and conspired for him - 4/17/03 1:55 PM
Saddam Hussein has three half brothers from his mother's second marriage. They have been close to Saddam for most of the past three decades. Their willingness to kill and conspire for him, eliminating even members of their own extended clan, was one of the mainstays of the regime.
`By the rivers of Babylon, yea we wept' - 4/17/03 1:52 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- "Next year," they say, "in Jerusalem."
U.S. captures Saddam's half brother, stops bank robbery - 4/17/03 1:52 PM
American commandos captured a half brother of Saddam Hussein on Thursday, the latest success in a campaign to round up insiders from the former regime. U.S. troops thwarted a Baghdad bank robbery over the protests of Iraqis eager to share in the loot.
Pope gives Holy Thursday contributions to Iraq victims - 4/17/03 1:39 PM
VATICAN CITY (AP) -- Pope John Paul II said all donations collected in St. Peter's Basilica during Holy Thursday services would go to victims of the war in Iraq.
Baghdad public transport improves but still suffering from lack of gas, riders - 4/17/03 1:20 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- In this oil-rich country, five gallons of gasoline is a pittance. For taxi driver Ibrahim al-Izzawi, that bit of fuel -- a gift from a friend -- was enough to put him back in business for the first time since the fall of Baghdad.
Central Command: capitulation, cease-fire of Iranian group in Iraq could come within days - 4/17/03 1:02 PM
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar (AP) -- A cease-fire and surrender by an Iranian opposition group operating inside Iraq could come within days, U.S. Central Command said Thursday.
Europeans say lifting of Iraq sanctions needs time; call for central UN role - 4/17/03 12:22 PM
ATHENS, Greece (AP) -- European leaders backed President Bush's call to lift sanctions on Iraq, but continued to push Thursday for the United Nations to play a central role in the country's reconstruction.
Administration taps Michigan State University president for key position on Iraq - 4/17/03 12:15 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) --Michigan State University President Peter McPherson, who served as the second-highest Treasury Department official in the Reagan administration, is being tapped as the government's point person on financial matters related to the rebuilding of Iraq.
Experts: Looters were organized, had keys to antiquity vaults - 4/17/03 12:02 PM
PARIS (AP) -- Some of the looters who ravaged Iraqi antiquities appeared highly organized and even had keys to museum vaults and were able to take pieces from safes, experts said Thursday at an international meeting.
Riot breaks out as thieves try to clean out Baghdad bank vault - 4/17/03 11:48 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A riot broke out at a Baghdad bank Thursday after thieves blew a hole in the vault and dropped children in to bring out fistfuls of cash. U.S. troops arrested the thieves and removed $4 million in U.S. dollars for safekeeping.
FBI wraps up wartime interviews with almost 11,000 Iraqis in United States - 4/17/03 11:37 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The FBI has wrapped up its wartime interviews with almost 11,000 Iraqis living in the United States and will resume its prime focus on combatting terrorism now that the war in Iraq is winding down.
Another US aircraft carrier leaves Persian Gulf as air war winds down - 4/17/03 11:33 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A second U.S. Navy aircraft carrier departed the Persian Gulf on Thursday, leaving only the USS Nimitz battle group on station in the Gulf, defense officials.
Administration taps University of Michigan head for key position on Iraq - 4/17/03 11:32 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) --Michigan State University President Peter McPherson, who served as the second-highest Treasury Department official in the Reagan administration, is being tapped as the government's point person on financial matters related to the rebuilding of Iraq.
Experts: Looters had keys to Iraqi antiquity vaults - 4/17/03 11:18 AM
PARIS (AP) -- Some of the looters who ravaged Iraqi antiquities had keys to museum vaults and were able to take pieces from safes, experts said Thursday at an international meeting.
PARIS: in safes.' - 4/17/03 11:12 AM
Cultural experts, curators and law enforcement officials are scrambling to track down the missing antiquities and prevent further looting of the valuables.
PARIS: international meeting. - 4/17/03 11:04 AM
The U.N. cultural agency gathered some 30 art experts and cultural historians in Paris on Thursday to assess the damage to Iraqi museums and libraries looted in the aftermath of the U.S.-led invasion.
Saddam's half brothers killed and conspired for him - 4/17/03 9:25 AM
Saddam Hussein has three half brothers from his mother's second marriage. They have been close to Saddam for most of the past three decades. Their willingness to kill and conspire for him, eliminating even members of their own extended clan, was one of the mainstays of the regime.
U.S. Special Forces capture second Saddam Hussein half-brother - 4/17/03 9:13 AM
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar (AP) -- U.S. Special Forces on Thursday captured Barzan Ibrahim Hasan, a half brother of Saddam Hussein and a major catch in the effort to round up members of the former regime, the U.S. Central Command reported.
U.S. special forces capture Saddam's half brother in Baghdad - 4/17/03 9:09 AM
U.S. special forces Thursday captured a half brother of Saddam Hussein who, according to one American commander, has "extensive knowledge" of the toppled regime's inner workings.
Keen to settle rift over Iraq, European Union leaders settle on role for United Nations - 4/17/03 9:09 AM
ATHENS, Greece (AP) -- European leaders called Thursday for a central role for the United Nations in rebuilding Iraq as they sought to heal the bitter split over the U.S.-led war.
Blix presses for U.N. inspectors in Iraq, challenges Washington on Syria - 4/17/03 8:56 AM
BERLIN (AP) -- The chief U.N. weapons inspector for Iraq urged the U.S.-led coalition to allow his team back into the country to look for weapons of mass destruction, saying that would increase the credibility of any discoveries, a magazine reported Thursday.
Riot breaks out as thieves try to clean out Baghdad bank vault - 4/17/03 8:53 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A riot broke out at a Baghdad bank Thursday after thieves blew a hole in the vault and dropped children in to bring out fistfuls of cash. As ordinary Iraqis protested vehemently, U.S. troops calmed the situation by arresting the thieves and removing $4 million in U.S. dollars for safe
U.S. special forces capture Saddam's half brother in Baghdad - 4/17/03 8:36 AM
U.S. special forces Thursday captured a half brother of Saddam Hussein who, according to one American commander, has "extensive knowledge" of the toppled regime's inner workings.
U.S. Special Forces capture second Saddam Hussein half-brother - 4/17/03 7:43 AM
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar (AP) -- U.S. Special Forces on Thursday captured Barzan Ibrahim Hasan, a half-brother of Saddam Hussein and a major catch in the effort to roundup members of the former regime, the U.S. Central Command reported.
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar: Brooks said. - 4/17/03 7:32 AM
Barzan Hasan, like his brother Watban, was seen as a major catch because of the likelihood he could provide information on Saddam's suspected weapons of mass destruction program, one of the major reasons the United States and Great Britain launched the war.
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar: Vincent Brooks - 4/17/03 7:25 AM
Hasan is one of three half-brothers of Saddam and the second to be captured.
U.S. special forces capture Saddam's half-brother in Baghdad - 4/17/03 7:20 AM
U.S. special forces Thursday captured a half brother of Saddam Hussein who, according to one American commander, has "extensive knowledge" of the toppled regime's inner workings.
U.S. Special Forces capture Saddam Hussein half-brother - 4/17/03 7:18 AM
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar (AP) -- U.S. Special Forces on Thursday captured Barzan Ibrahim Hasan, a half-brother of Saddam Hussein, the U.S. Central Command reported.
Riot breaks out as thieves try to clean out Baghdad bank vault - 4/17/03 7:17 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A riot broke out at a bank Thursday after thieves blew a hole in the vault and dropped children inside to bring out fistfuls of cash. U.S. troops defused the situation by arresting the thieves and removing the money for safekeeping.
Three cities in northern Iraq beset by violence, ethnic tensions - 4/17/03 6:54 AM
Gunbattles and ethnic feuding are complicating reconstruction efforts in three northern Iraq cities, including Saddam Hussein's hometown, where U.S. military officers Thursday reported clashes between club-wielding members of Saddam's clan and rivals from other groups.
Marines kill suspected looter in Baghdad; U.S. troops remove money from bank for safekeeping - 4/17/03 6:38 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Marines patrolling a rough Baghdad neighborhood where currency is exchanged on the black market traded fire with suspected looters Thursday, killing one, U.S. officials said. Five or six others were arrested.
Rescued American POWs in good shape after first night in Germany - 4/17/03 6:35 AM
LANDSTUHL, Germany (AP) -- The seven American POWs rescued in Iraq are in good health but need "individual attention" to help them cope with the emotional toll of three weeks in captivity, military doctors said.
First group of South Korean troops leave to support U.S.-led war in Iraq - 4/17/03 6:19 AM
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- South Korea dispatched 20 military officers to Kuwait Thursday as an advance team for 650 non-combat engineers and medics scheduled to join the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq within the month.
Three cities in northern Iraq beset by violence,ethnic tensions - 4/17/03 6:03 AM
Gunbattles and ethnic feuding are complicating reconstruction efforts in three northern Iraq cities, including Saddam Hussein's hometown, where U.S. military officers Thursday reported clashes between club-wielding members of Saddam's clan and rivals from other groups.
Three cities in northern Iraq beset by violence. ethnic tensions - 4/17/03 4:32 AM
Gunbattles and ethnic feuding are complicating reconstruction efforts in three northern Iraq cities, including Saddam Hussein's hometown, where U.S. military officers Thursday reported clashes between club-wielding members of Saddam's clan and rivals from other groups.
The Iraqi death toll among fighters is said to be large but the exact figure still is unknown - 4/17/03 4:31 AM
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar (AP) -- In contrast to the precise count of U.S. and British war dead, there is no good estimate of the number of Iraqis who died in battle, although it is believed to be far greater than that of coalition forces.
U.S. Gen. Franks makes first visit to Baghdad, meets top commanders - 4/17/03 4:23 AM
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar (AP) -- Gen. Tommy Franks lit a cigar and strolled through the glittering splendor of one of Saddam Hussein's bombed-out palaces, sitting in the gilded chairs and looking with obvious disgust at the gold toilet-paper dispenser and the gold-handled toilet bowl brush.
Terror alert level drops to yellow, but some Americans still remain uneasy - 4/17/03 4:16 AM
The terror alert has been lowered and the government says the heavy fighting in Iraq is finished, but Robin Taliancich still doesn't feel any safer.
Clashes erupt among rival clans in Saddam Hussein's hometown - 4/17/03 3:56 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. Marines broke up violent clashes between club-wielding members of Saddam Hussein's clan and rivals from the countryside near Tikrit who had come to the city for food, a U.S. military officer said Thursday.
Twin villages in West Virginia mountains contribute more than their share of soldiers - 4/17/03 3:55 AM
HELVETIA, W.Va. (AP) -- Military deployments can strain any community. But in this small, remote mountain village, the loss leaves a hole that everyone notices and no one can get off their mind.
Kurds oust Arabs from their homes in a painful reversal of Saddam's eviction of the Kurds - 4/17/03 3:49 AM
KIRKUK, Iraq (AP) -- Years after they were dispossessed under Saddam Hussein, Kurds are taking what they say is rightfully theirs, evicting Iraqi Arabs and seizing their homes in northern Iraq.
American troops accused of killing Iraqis in second day of violence in northern city of Mosul - 4/17/03 3:40 AM
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) -- Anarchy and violence in Iraqi's third-largest city have drawn U.S. Marines into confrontations for two straight days, and hospital officials said 17 Iraqis died and at least 17 others were injured.
Rebuilding Iraq could help repair relations with Europe _ if U.S. decides they have a role - 4/17/03 2:19 AM
DOHA, Qatar (AP) -- The campaign to drive President Saddam Hussein from power has taken a big toll on Washington's relations with important allies. But with Saddam gone, cooperation in rebuilding Iraq may help repair frayed U.S.-European ties.
Before dawn in Baghdad: Going after the Four of Clubs - 4/17/03 2:01 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Sgt. 1st Class Richard Clinton raised his rifle and took aim. Two rounds were all it took. Boom, bang -- the lock on the front door disintegrated.
U.S. setting stage for new business in Iraq as well as new government - 4/17/03 2:00 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush called for lifting economic sanctions against Iraq as commanders of both the U.S. military and the reconstruction effort prepared to move into the country.
Security Council to discuss contentious issue of lifting sanctions next week - 4/17/03 1:59 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The Security Council will take up the thorny issue of lifting U.N. sanctions against Iraq next week, and diplomats say the debate is likely to be long and difficult despite U.S. requests for quick action.
Who are Iraqi Shiites and what do they want? - 4/17/03 1:54 AM
DOHA, Qatar (AP) -- The Shiites of Iraq, who make up 60 percent of the population but were repressed under Saddam Hussein, are moving swiftly to fill the power vacuum created by his ouster. Already the second most powerful force in Iraq behind U.S. forces, they are resisting foreign intervention and distru ...
Keen to settle rift over Iraq, European Union leaders settle on role for United Nations - 4/17/03 1:53 AM
ATHENS, Greece (AP) -- European leaders agreed Wednesday to pursue an EU declaration pushing for a central United Nations role in a postwar Iraq as they sought to put behind them the bitter split over the U.S.-led war.
In hunt for weapons, no trace of Dr. Germ and the Missile Man - 4/17/03 1:46 AM
She is called "Dr. Germ," and he is known as the "Missile Man."
U.S. considers whether to put captured terrorist on trial in 1985 murder of American - 4/17/03 1:41 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Having captured terrorist Abul Abbas, the Bush administration is deciding whether to try him or hand him over to Italy to serve prison time for his conviction in a 1985 cruise ship hijacking in which an American was killed.
U.S. war commander visits Iraq, Bush urges United Nations to lift sanctions - 4/17/03 12:23 AM
The top commander of U.S. forces in Iraq briefed President Bush on the war from inside one of Saddam Hussein's ornate palaces on Wednesday, underscoring the death of the old regime. At home, the administration reduced the terrorist threat a notch, from orange to yellow.

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