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Sunday  April 27, 2003

Iraqi liaison to U.N. weapons inspectors arrested as troops find possible chemical stash - 4/27/03 11:22 PM
BAIJI, Iraq (AP) -- The Iraqi chief liaison to U.N. weapons inspectors surrendered to U.S. forces Sunday, as American troops performed further tests on a metal drum that initial readings suggested contains nerve agents and mustard gas.
Saudi Arabia launches telethon to raise funds for needy Iraqis - 4/27/03 7:21 PM
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) -- Saudi Arabia launched a telethon Sunday to raise money for Iraqis affected by the U.S.-led war, the official Saudi Press Agency said.
Arrests of most wanted Iraqis by coalition forces - 4/27/03 5:28 PM
Thirteen of the 55 wanted members of Saddam's inner circle are in custody. A 14th figure, Ali "Chemical Ali" Hassan al-Majid is believed to have been killed in an airstrike. The Pentagon says two others on the list were believed killed but has not named them.
Self-anointed Baghdad `mayor' arrested; Shiite group signals cooperation as U.S. readies political conference - 4/27/03 3:45 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. military arrested a political pretender in Baghdad on Sunday, while a Shiite Muslim group signaled a new willingness to cooperate on the eve of a pivotal U.S.-sponsored conference to help form a provisional government for Iraq.
Kurdish fighters face deadline to end armed patrols in Mosul - 4/27/03 3:42 PM
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) -- Kurdish paramilitary forces have been given an ultimatum: Halt armed patrols around Mosul by Monday, or the U.S. Army will stop them by force.
Refinery problems throwing kinks into effort to keep Iraqis supplied with fuel, and some imports may be needed - 4/27/03 3:34 PM
DOHA, Qatar (AP) -- Iraq's huge oil fields are pumping again, but kinks in the flow of gasoline and other refined fuels mean a country with the world's second largest oil reserves may have to import stopgap petroleum products.
Jordanian foreign minister warns U.S. against backing Chalabi to run Iraq - 4/27/03 3:17 PM
Jordan warned the United States on Sunday against supporting Iraqi opposition figure Ahmad Chalabi, saying he lacked credibility and support among Iraqis and was a convicted fraud.
Arrests of most wanted Iraqis by coalition forces - 4/27/03 3:15 PM
Thirteen of the 55 wanted members of Saddam's inner circle are in custody. A 14th figure, Ali "Chemical Ali" Hassan al-Majid is believed to have been killed in an airstrike. The Pentagon says two others on the list were believed killed but has not named them.
Iraqi liaison to U.N. weapons inspectors arrested as troops find possible chemical stash - 4/27/03 3:03 PM
BAIJI, Iraq (AP) -- The Iraqi chief liaison to U.N. weapons inspectors surrendered to U.S. forces Sunday, even as one officer said his troops may have found what the inspectors never could: a drum containing chemicals used to disable and kill.
Self-annointed Baghdad `mayor' arrested; Shiite group signals cooperation as U.S. readies political conference - 4/27/03 2:46 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. military arrested a political pretender in Baghdad on Sunday, while a Shiite Muslim group signaled a new willingness to cooperate on the eve of a pivotal U.S.-sponsored conference to help form a provisional government for Iraq.
North Korean nuclear claim puts U.S. in sensitive position - 4/27/03 2:18 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Always an irritant to President Bush, North Korea seems today to have crept closer to a crisis by claiming it has, and might test, a more potent nuclear arsenal than the Americans thought it had.
Was conflict in Iraq a war? Yes, experts agree, though history's ruling still to come - 4/27/03 1:57 PM
Iraqis are already picking up the pieces, but it will be some time before historians deliver final judgment on how to define the military campaign that deposed Saddam Hussein.
200 freed Iraqi prisoners of war leave desert camp singing and cheering for President Bush - 4/27/03 1:40 PM
CAMP BUCCA, Iraq (AP) -- Chanting "Saddam no, Bush yes," some 200 Iraqi prisoners of war were let go Sunday at the coalition's main internment camp in the desert near the southern port of Umm Qasr.
In smoldering Baghdad, a `tough job' lies ahead to forge a new Iraq - 4/27/03 1:27 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The flies are thick, feasting on garbage and sewage. Children hawk freshly looted license plates in the street. Squatters hang their wash from courthouse windows, the judges having fled. Amid smoldering shells of buildings, crowds gather on rumors of jobs or of gasoline for sale, or o
Spread of buggy software raises questions on methods, regulation - 4/27/03 1:18 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- When his dishwasher acts up and won't stop beeping, Jeff Seigle turns it off and then on, just as he does when his computer crashes. Same with the exercise machines at his gym and his CD player.
U.S. forces arrest Baghdad's self-proclaimed mayor - 4/27/03 12:56 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- An Iraqi exile who had proclaimed himself Baghdad's mayor and begun issuing directives to city workers was arrested Sunday by U.S. forces, who accused him of exerting authority he didn't have.
U.S. administrators meet with former Baghdad city officials about restoring services - 4/27/03 12:26 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. military asserted its authority over Baghdad on Sunday, arresting an Iraqi exile for proclaiming himself the city's mayor without any mandate from its occupiers.
Coalition broadcasts urge Iraqis to return stolen antiquities - 4/27/03 12:04 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Radio broadcasts by the U.S.-led military coalition offered a reward Sunday to Iraqis who hand over antiquities stolen from Iraqi museums or provide information about the looters.
U.S. soldiers ambushed in Baghdad, four wounded, one seriously - 4/27/03 11:46 AM
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar (AP) -- An assailant opened fire on two Humvees in downtown Baghdad on Sunday, wounding four U.S. soldiers, U.S. Central Command said in a statement.
U.S. troops said to have found evidence of sarin, blister agents north of Baghdad - 4/27/03 11:45 AM
BAIJI, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops found about a dozen 55-gallon drums in an open field near this northern Iraqi town, and initial tests indicated one of them contained a mixture of a nerve agent and mustard gas, an American officer said Sunday.
U.S. forces arrest Baghdad's self-proclaimed mayor - 4/27/03 11:40 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. forces on Sunday arrested an Iraqi exile who had proclaimed himself Baghdad's mayor, saying he was exerting authority he didn't have.
BAGHDAD: exile group. - 4/27/03 11:32 AM
Connolly said al-Zubaidi was writing letters to utility plants telling them to await his instructions before restarting operations and firing some employees of the government electricity company who were returning to work.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: in Baghdad - 4/27/03 11:25 AM
Soldiers arrested seven others found with al-Zubaidi, Connolly said without identifying them.
U.S. administrators meet with former Baghdad city officials about restoring services - 4/27/03 9:41 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Reconstruction officials met Sunday with top deputies from Baghdad's former city government to begin sorting out how to restart critical services like water, electricity and garbage pickups. They also announced plans for a second meeting with Iraqi political leaders.
Iraqi Shiites leaving Iran to study at home - 4/27/03 9:10 AM
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- Shiite clerics are streaming from Iran to the holy cities of Najaf and Karbala, Iraq's major Shiite teaching centers, in the wake of Saddam Hussein's downfall.
Chief Iraqi liaison officer with U.N. inspectors is in coalition custody - 4/27/03 8:07 AM
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar (AP) -- Lt. Gen. Hossam Mohammed Amin, chief Iraqi liaison with U.N. weapons inspectors, is in coalition custody, the U.S. Central Command announced Sunday.
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH: were released. - 4/27/03 8:03 AM
Amin, also known as Hossem Mohammed Amin al-Yasin, was the six of clubs on the U.S. deck of cards listing the most wanted figures.
Chief Iraqi liaison officer with U.N. inspectors in custody - 4/27/03 7:55 AM
CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar (AP) -- Lt. Gen. Hossan Mohammed Amin, chief Iraqi liaison with U.N. weapons inspectors, is in coalition custody, the U.S. Central Command announced Sunday.
U.S. airmen welcomed back to German base after stint in northern Iraq - 4/27/03 7:37 AM
RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany (AP) -- Eighty-four U.S. airmen were welcomed back to their base in western Germany on Sunday following a month-long stint in northern Iraq, where they set up facilities at an airfield.
Developments in Iraq's oil fields, world oil markets - 4/27/03 6:23 AM
THE OIL FIELDS: Engineers were planning to ramp up oil production, as a trickle of oil keeps pumping in the north and south of Iraq.
U.S. Central Command: One U.S. solider killed in Bradley rollover in Tikrit - 4/27/03 4:48 AM
DOHA, QATAR (AP) -- One soldier was killed and another injured when two Bradley fighting vehicles rolled over at a checkpoint that had come under enemy fire in the northern city of Tikrit, U.S. Central Command said Sunday.
Iraqi expatriates and Kuwaitis are eager to invest in the new Iraq - 4/27/03 1:08 AM
DOHA, Qatar (AP) -- Iraqi expatriates and Kuwaiti entrepreneurs are inundating U.S. reconstruction officials with requests to build everything from plush resorts to cement factories for the new Iraq.

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