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Some Headlines Of Today

Saturday  May 3, 2003

U.S. names Iraqi to head Health Ministry as U.N. warns of potential humanitarian crisis - 5/3/03 7:44 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The United States picked a new head of Iraq's Health Ministry on Saturday -- a Baath Party member whose appointment was so critical that U.S. officials designated the announcement "Public Notice No. 1."
South Texas family buries last missing serviceman - 5/3/03 5:13 PM
BROWNSVILLE, Texas (AP) -- Listed as missing in action for a month in Iraq, Army Spc. Edward John Anguiano was buried Saturday after a funeral Mass at a church that overflowed with more than 500 people.
Iraqi children, forever changed, slowly return to classrooms where Saddam's portrait no longer hangs - 5/3/03 4:37 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- They canceled patriotism class Saturday at the elite Kumeit Secondary School for Boys. Above the blackboards, where Saddam Hussein's portrait long hung, there were only discolored patches of wall. It was the first day of class -- the first since the war began, and the first without Sa ...
Amnesty: U.S. and Britain must take action on Iraqi "disappeared" - 5/3/03 3:54 PM
LONDON (AP) -- Amnesty International urged the United States and Britain on Saturday to investigate reports about people who disappeared under Saddam Hussein's regime.
Pushing for safety, U.S. urges Baghdadis to avoid potentially lethal `war leftovers' - 5/3/03 3:49 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S.-led forces implored Baghdad's parents Saturday to keep children away from unexploded ordnance and avoid approaching American military vehicles, warning of potential attacks by allies of "the big traitor Saddam Hussein."
U.S. plan would divide Iraq into three zones, share peacekeeping duties - 5/3/03 3:47 PM
Bush administration officials have set out a plan for peacekeeping and humanitarian efforts in Iraq that envisions an international military force to stabilize the country. The details include
U.S. names Iraqi to head Health Ministry as U.N. warns of potential humanitarian crisis - 5/3/03 3:27 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The United States picked a new head of Iraq's Health Ministry on Saturday -- a Baath Party member whose appointment was so critical that U.S. officials designated the announcement "Public Notice No. 1."
In Baghdad, many scientists available for questioning but no one has come knocking - 5/3/03 2:55 PM
Before the war, the Bush administration pressured U.N. inspectors to question reluctant Iraqi scientists as part of the hunt for unconventional weapons.
Iraq-European Union - 5/3/03 2:37 PM
KASTELLORIZO, Greece (AP) -- France and Germany, America's harshest critics of the Iraq war, halfheartedly endorsed a U.S. plan Saturday to divide Iraq into three zones and deploy a stabilization force -- that excludes them.
France, Germany give lukewarm support for US-planned Iraq stabilization force - 5/3/03 1:25 PM
KASTELLORIZO, Greece (AP) -- France and Germany, America's harshest critics of the Iraq war, on Saturday endorsed with little enthusiasm a U.S. plan to divide Iraq into three zones and deploy a stabilization force -- excluding them.
Interim police chief in Baghdad resigns as officers called back to work - 5/3/03 1:24 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S.-led forces implored Baghdad's parents Saturday to keep children away from unexploded ordnance and avoid approaching American military vehicles, warning of potential attacks by allies of "the big traitor Saddam Hussein."
Iraqi children, forever changed, slowly return to classrooms where Saddam's portrait no longer hangs - 5/3/03 1:19 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- They canceled patriotism class Saturday at the elite Kumeit Secondary School for Boys. Above the blackboards, where Saddam Hussein's portrait long hung, there were only discolored patches of wall. It was the first day of class -- the first since the war began, and the first without Sa ...
U.S. combat stress teams fan out in Baghdad to help soldiers ease back into home life - 5/3/03 1:19 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The rocket-propelled grenade cut right through the turret of his Bradley Fighting Vehicle, spraying him with hot gas and shrapnel. That was more than three weeks ago, and Staff Sgt. Thomas Slago's physical wounds have healed.
Amnesty: U.S. and Britain must take action on Iraqi "disappeared" - 5/3/03 1:16 PM
LONDON (AP) -- Amnesty International urged the United States and Britain on Saturday to investigate reports about people who disappeared under Saddam Hussein's regime.
Iraq war may be over for U.S., but impact just starting to spread through Arab world - 5/3/03 10:27 AM
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- While President Bush has declared major fighting over in Iraq, the repercussions of the war for the rest of the Mideast are just starting to be felt, and it's an open question about whether for better or worse.
After Iraq war, EU looks at relations with America and European defense - 5/3/03 9:06 AM
KASTELLORIZO, Greece (AP) -- France and Germany, America's harshest critics of the Iraq war, on Saturday reluctantly endorsed a U.S. plan to divide Iraq into three zones and deploy a stabilization force that excludes them.
Interim police chief in Baghdad resigns as officers called back to work - 5/3/03 6:22 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The American-appointed interim Baghdad police chief resigned Saturday, one day after Iraq's U.S. administrators called on all of the capital's police officers to return to work with a slight change of uniform to help restore order.
Shiite Muslim group brings old-fashioned politics to a new Iraq - 5/3/03 3:34 AM
BASRA, Iraq (AP) -- Driving a white pickup truck from one tiny village to the next, Salah al-Battat is on an old-fashioned political mission in a new Iraq. Over six hours and three stops, he shakes hundreds of hands, hugs children and listens to people's concerns over tiny cups of sweet tea.
Kurdish Areas show difficulties of forming new Iraq - 5/3/03 2:17 AM
IRBIL, Iraq (AP) -- Twelve-year-old Soran Taha Ahmed may be the future of Iraq, but he doesn't speak much Arabic and has never traveled outside of the Kurdish-run enclave where he has lived his entire life.
U.S. envoy: Iraq's farming future has potential, but faces many obstacles - 5/3/03 2:01 AM
DOHA, Qatar (AP) -- The potential is there, says the U.S. farming adviser to Iraq. He foresees the bounty of the American Great Plains and California's verdant Central Valley. But the obstacles are massive in Iraq, which now imports two-thirds of its food.
Division experienced in conflict resolution headed for Iraq occupation duty - 5/3/03 1:45 AM
WIESBADEN, Germany (AP) -- With public resentment at military occupation running high across Iraq, the U.S. Army is sending its most experienced peacekeeping unit.

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