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Wednesday  January 14, 2004

U.S. troop deaths - 1/14/04 9:22 PM
The Defense Department has identified 495 U.S. servicemembers who died supporting U.S.-led operations in Iraq. Of these, 357 died since May 1, when President Bush declared that major combat operations there had ended.
Turkish premier warns neighbors would intervene to prevent break up of Iraq along ethnic lines - 1/14/04 4:59 PM
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- Turkey's prime minister told an Iraqi leader Wednesday that Iraq's neighbors would get involved to prevent the country's breakup along ethnic lines and that Kurds would be stopped if they pursue ambitions to control oil-rich areas in northern Iraq, news reports said.
A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq - 1/14/04 4:32 PM
As of Wednesday, Jan. 14, 496 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Defense Department. Of those, 343 died as a result of hostile action and 153 died of non-hostile causes, the department said.
Reinvention of Iraqi schools under way, education chief says - 1/14/04 3:53 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Iraqi educators are relishing new freedoms in the classroom but grappling with the enormous task of reinventing their schools, the country's education chief said Wednesday.
Suicide bomber strikes police station in central Iraq, U.S. troops capture rebel paymaster - 1/14/04 3:35 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A car bomb exploded Wednesday in front of a police station in Baqouba, killing the driver and at least two other people in the second fatal bombing in the central Iraqi city in a week.
Kennedy: Iraq war a political product marketed by Bush to win elections - 1/14/04 3:34 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Iraq war was a "political product" marketed by the Bush administration to win elections, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., said in a speech Wednesday.
U.S. envoy welcomes signs U.N. may be contemplating return to Iraq - 1/14/04 3:17 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- U.S. Ambassador John Negroponte welcomed signs that the United Nations may return to Iraq, but cautioned Wednesday that a meeting of key players next week might not produce a decision on a possible new U.N. role in the country.
France, Germany give cautious welcome to new U.S. stance on Iraq contracts - 1/14/04 2:53 PM
PARIS (AP) -- Some nations frozen out of a first round of U.S.-financed reconstruction contracts for opposing the Iraq war reacted cautiously Wednesday to a Bush administration policy shift that could allow them to bid for billions of dollars in projects.
Danish and American tests indicate suspect mortar shells do not contain chemical agents - 1/14/04 2:29 PM
CAMP EDEN, Iraq (AP) -- Tests by Danish and American experts indicate there is no chemical warfare agent in mortar shells unearthed in southern Iraq, but conclusive word will only come from a lab in Idaho. Earlier examinations had indicated a blister agent was in the shells, which apparently date to the Ir ...
Danes say tests on suspect mortar shells inconclusive - 1/14/04 1:16 PM
CAMP EDEN, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. tests on mortar shells found in Iraq and suspected of containing blister agents have turned up negative, though further tests will be conducted, a Danish army spokesman said Wednesday.
United Nations explores possibility of returning to Iraq but transition role is key - 1/14/04 1:03 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United Nations is exploring the possibility of returning to Iraq, but Secretary-General Kofi Annan has said repeatedly he will not risk the lives of international staffers unless the world body has a major role in the country.
Reinvention of Iraqi schools under way, schools chief says - 1/14/04 12:33 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Iraqi education leaders are relishing their first classroom freedoms but grappling with the task of reinventing their schools, the country's education chief said Wednesday.
Nephews of most-wanted official of Saddam's regime captured; bomb kills at least three people - 1/14/04 12:15 PM
SAMARRA, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. forces moved a step closer to the most wanted man in Saddam Hussein's regime Wednesday, detaining his four nephews in a pre-dawn raid and capturing another top fugitive thought to be a paymaster in the anti-U.S. insurgency.
Kennedy: Iraq war a political product marketed by Bush to win elections - 1/14/04 11:57 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Iraq war was a "political product" marketed by the Bush administration to win elections, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., said in a speech Wednesday.
AP Interview: France says possibility of reconstruction contracts won't prompt it to change its position on Iraq - 1/14/04 11:41 AM
PARIS (AP) -- A U.S. move to allow opponents of the Iraq war to bid on reconstruction contracts will not prompt France to drop its demands for handing over power to Iraqis, the defense minister told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
Reinvention of Iraqi schools under way, schools chief says - 1/14/04 11:36 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Iraqi education leaders are relishing their first classroom freedoms but grappling with the task of reinventing their schools, the country's education chief said Wednesday.
Bush seeks warmer ties with Canada, offers Iraqi reconstruction contracts - 1/14/04 11:27 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Bush administration is considering whether to award lucrative reconstruction projects in Iraq to allies who opposed the U.S.-led war -- possibly including Germany, France and Russia -- in a major change of policy.
Reinvention of Iraqi schools under way, schools chief says - 1/14/04 11:22 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Iraqi education leaders are relishing their first classroom freedoms but grappling with the task of reinventing their schools, the country's education chief said Wednesday.
Danes say tests on suspect mortar shells inconclusive - 1/14/04 10:59 AM
CAMP EDEN, Iraq (AP) -- Tests by Danish, British and U.S. experts have been inconclusive in determining if mortar shells unearthed last week in southern Iraq contain a blister agent, a Danish army spokesman said Wednesday.
Nephews of most-wanted official of Saddam's regime captured; bomb kills at least three people - 1/14/04 10:15 AM
SAMARRA, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. forces moved a step closer to the most wanted man in Saddam Hussein's regime Wednesday, detaining his four nephews in a pre-dawn raid and capturing another top fugitive thought to be a paymaster in the anti-U.S. insurgency.
France says possibility of reconstruction contracts will not prompt it to change its position on Iraq - 1/14/04 9:49 AM
PARIS (AP) -- France remains committed to helping rebuild Iraq, but will not drop its demand for the transfer of power into Iraqi hands for the chance to bid on lucrative reconstruction contracts, the defense minister told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
France says possibility of Iraq contracts will not change their position on Iraq - 1/14/04 9:25 AM
PARIS (AP) -- France remains committed to helping rebuild Iraq, but will not dropping its demand for the transfer of power into Iraqi hands for the chance to bid on lucrative reconstruction contracts, the defense minister told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
List of 55 most wanted Iraqis and their status - 1/14/04 8:49 AM
The 55 most-wanted Iraqis and their status, according to U.S. Central Command. Forty-three have been captured or killed and 12 remain at large.
U.S. announces arrest of Baath Party official - 1/14/04 8:29 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. paratroopers have captured a former Baath Party official who was No. 54 on the list of 55 most-wanted figures from Saddam Hussein's regime, U.S. officials said Wednesday.
United Nations explores possibility of returning to Iraq but transition role is key - 1/14/04 7:06 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United Nations is exploring the possibility of returning to Iraq but Secretary-General Kofi Annan has said repeatedly he will not risk the lives of international staffers unless the world body has a major role in the country.
Nephews of most-wanted official of Saddam's regime captured; Car bomb kills at least three people - 1/14/04 6:57 AM
SAMARRA, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. forces moved a step closer Wednesday to the most wanted man in Saddam Hussein's former regime, detaining his four nephews in a pre-dawn raid in the central city of Samarra.
Struggle for control of oil-rich city a major test of Iraq's viability as unified state - 1/14/04 6:24 AM
KIRKUK, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's long-suppressed Kurds have converged on oil-rich Kirkuk to claim it as their own, setting the stage for a struggle that will profoundly affect this country once the Americans hand over power to a new Iraqi leadership.
U.S. troops capture nephews of most-wanted official of Saddam's regime; Car bomb kills at least three - 1/14/04 5:41 AM
SAMARRA, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. forces moved a step closer Wednesday in their hunt for the most wanted man in Saddam Hussein's former regime, detaining his four nephews in a pre-dawn raid in the central city of Samarra.
Car bomb in central Iraq explodes outside police station, killing at least three - 1/14/04 5:37 AM
BAQOUBA, Iraq (AP) -- A car bomb exploded Wednesday outside a police station in central Iraq, killing at least three people, including the driver, and injuring nearly 30 others, Iraqi police and witnesses said. The U.S. military said five people were killed.
U.S. troops capture nephews of most-wanted official of Saddam's regime - 1/14/04 4:16 AM
SAMARRA, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. forces moved a step closer Wednesday in their hunt for the most wanted man in Saddam Hussein's former regime, detaining his four nephews in a pre-dawn raid in the central city of Samarra.
Car bomb explodes in front of police station in central Iraq; driver killed - 1/14/04 3:30 AM
BAQOUBA, Iraq (AP) -- A car bomb exploded with the driver inside as police opened fire on the vehicle Wednesday outside a police station in central Iraq.
U.S. troops in central Iraq capture four nephews of most-wanted official of Saddam's regime - 1/14/04 2:10 AM
SAMARRA, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops raided two homes in this central Iraqi city early Wednesday, detaining four nephews of the insurgent suspected of organizing attacks against coalition forces.
WASHINGTON TODAY: Questions raised about legality of U.S. attempts to transform Iraq - 1/14/04 2:08 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The old Iraq wasn't particularly hospitable to foreign investors, but L. Paul Bremer III, the U.S. administrator in the new Iraq, is making it clear that times have changed -- and a new era for outside entrepreneurs is at hand.
U.S. troops in central Iraq capture two nephews of most-wanted official of Saddam's regime - 1/14/04 1:08 AM
SAMARRA, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops raided two homes in this central Iraqi city early Wednesday, detaining two nephews of the insurgent suspected of organizing attacks against coalition forces.
U.S. troops arrest family members of most-wanted Iraqi insurgent - 1/14/04 12:11 AM
SAMARRA, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops raided two homes in this central Iraqi city early Wednesday, arresting two nephews of the insurgent suspected of organizing the attacks against coalition forces.
U.S. helicopter shot down in Iraq; 3 Iraqis killed outside capital - 1/14/04 12:10 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Hostile fire brought down a U.S. Army Apache attack helicopter Tuesday, the third aircraft lost this month west of Baghdad. Hours later, American troops captured two men suspected of helping the suspected organizer of the insurgency remain at large.

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