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Tuesday  February 17, 2004

A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq - 2/17/04 10:30 PM
As of Tuesday, Feb. 17, 540 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense. Of those, 374 died as a result of hostile action and 166 died of non-hostile causes, the department said.
NATO chief says alliance will be ready if asked to help in Iraq - 2/17/04 7:41 PM
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) -- NATO's top diplomat on Tuesday indicated supported an alliance peacekeeping role in Iraq if its asked to do so by the mideast nation's government.
Annan hopes to make recommendation on Iraqi elections by Friday - 2/17/04 6:51 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Secretary-General Kofi Annan hopes to make a recommendation by Friday on when elections could be held in Iraq -- before or after the June 30 target date for the U.S. transfer of power to Iraqis.
Powell says administration is open to new ideas on transition to Iraqi self-rule - 2/17/04 6:02 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The United States remains committed to giving the Iraqi people technical control of their country by July 1 but is open to U.N. and Iraqi ideas on how an interim government is chosen.
U.S. announces rewards for new list of insurgency leaders, including former member of Baath ruling council - 2/17/04 5:52 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. military on Tuesday issued for the first time a wanted list of dozens of key figures suspected of leading the anti-U.S. insurgency in Iraq, including a $1 million reward for a senior Baath Party figure believed to be running guerrilla cells.
Norwegian police release founder of suspected Kurdish terror group Ansar al-Islam - 2/17/04 4:52 PM
OSLO, Norway, Norway (AP) -- Police released the founder of suspected Iraqi terror group Ansar al-Islam late Tuesday as Norwegian media reported that rival Kurds had forced some witnesses to testify against him.
U.S. military's list of most wanted insurgents - 2/17/04 4:32 PM
Here is the list of Iraqis suspected of insurgency activities for whom the U.S. command will pay rewards. The list was released by the U.S. Army.
Powell says administration is open to new ideas on transition to self-rule - 2/17/04 2:37 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The United States remains committed to giving the Iraqi people control of their country by July 1 but is open to ideas from the United Nations about how an interim government is chosen, Secretary of State Colin Powell said Tuesday.
Annan hopes to make recommendation on Iraqi elections this week - 2/17/04 12:18 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Tuesday he hoped to report this week on whether the United Nations has found that elections are possible in Iraq before the United States transfers power on June 30.
International trade fair postponed until April - 2/17/04 11:29 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Baghdad's trade fair has been postponed for a month in hopes more companies can be encouraged to participate and bring in more foreign investment, officials said Tuesday.
Roadside bombs kill three soldiers in Iraq; jockeying continues over constitution - 2/17/04 6:58 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Roadside bombs have claimed more American lives, killing three U.S. soldiers in separate attacks in Baghdad and Sunni Muslim areas to the north of the capital. At least six soldiers were wounded in the attacks, one critically.
Roadside bombs kill three soldiers in Iraq; jockeying continues over constitution - 2/17/04 4:45 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Roadside bombs have claimed more American lives, killing three U.S. soldiers in separate attacks in Baghdad and Sunni Muslim areas to the north of the capital. At least six soldiers were wounded in the attacks, one critically.
Kurds return, Arabs flee, as a mass migration redraws the map of northern Iraq - 2/17/04 1:27 AM
SANGOOR, Iraq (AP) -- In a quiet mass migration, Arabs are fleeing their villages in northern Iraq and Kurds are moving back in, reversing Saddam Hussein's campaigns of ethnic cleansing and effectively redrawing the demographic map.
Bremer hints he would block move to cite Islamic law as basis of interim constitution - 2/17/04 12:13 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's U.S. administrator suggested Monday he would block any move by Iraqi leaders to make Islamic law the backbone of an interim constitution, which women's groups fear could threaten their rights. Roadside bombs killed three more American soldiers.

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