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Saturday  May 10, 2003

A month after `The Statue' fell, people on Paradise Street want security - 5/10/03 8:37 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A statue fell in Paradise Square, a symbol of televised triumph. But for the people on nearby Paradise Street, where life is lived day to day, symbols don't light your home at night, and history doesn't keep the looters at bay.
Russia consults France, China on U.S. proposal for Iraq, says U.N. should have central role - 5/10/03 5:55 PM
MOSCOW (AP) -- Russia, saying it will push for a central U.N. role in Iraq, began consulting Saturday with other Security Council members over a proposed U.S. plan that relegates the United Nations to a largely advisory position.
U.S. Iranian opposition group in Iraq, Mujahedeen Khalq, agrees to surrender weapons - 5/10/03 4:38 PM
CAMP ASHRAF, Iraq (AP) -- Surrounded by American tanks, an Iranian opposition group under orders to surrender agreed Saturday to turn over its weapons and submit to the demands of U.S. forces, Army officials said. The United States used the occasion to warn other forces not to assert power.
Excerpts of remarks by Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim - 5/10/03 4:18 PM
Quotes from a speech in Basra by Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim, head of the largest anti-Saddam Shiite Muslim organization, after returning to Iraq from more than 20 years of exile in Iran. The comments were made in Arabic and translated by The Associated Press:
U.S. Iranian opposition group in Iraq, Mujahedeen Khalq, agrees to surrender weapons - 5/10/03 3:24 PM
CAMP ASHRAF, Iraq (AP) -- Surrounded by American tanks, an Iranian opposition group under orders to surrender agreed Saturday to turn over its weapons and submit to the demands of U.S. forces, Army officials said. The United States used the occasion to warn other forces not to assert power.
Shiite resistance fighters welcome exiled leader home from Iran - 5/10/03 3:04 PM
SHALAMJAH BORDER CROSSING, Iran-Iraq Border (AP) -- Holding his hand over his heart, his face streaked with tears, Sayed Hussain al-Hussaini was ready to welcome his leader home.
CAMP ASHRAF, Iraq: those terms. - 5/10/03 2:14 PM
The officials said members of the organization would not be classified as prisoners of war but under a status "yet to be determined."
CAMP ASHRAF, Iraq: Saturday night. - 5/10/03 2:04 PM
Military officials at V Corps, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the group had agreed to "voluntarily hand over all their weapons" including sidearms. They will be permitted to retain their uniforms.
Russia consults France, China on U.S. proposal for Iraq, says U.N. should have central role - 5/10/03 1:46 PM
MOSCOW (AP) -- Saying it will continue to push for a central U.N. role in Iraq, Russia on Saturday began consulting with other Security Council members over a proposed U.S. plan that relegates the United Nations to a largely advisory role.
British commander home from Persian Gulf - 5/10/03 11:15 AM
LONDON (AP) -- The commander of British forces in the Persian Gulf returned home Saturday as Britain continued to scale down its presence in the region.
U.S., allies ask Security Council to legitimize occupation of Iraq - 5/10/03 7:16 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- With the U.N. Security Council looking to avoid the bitter divisions that broke out before the war, France and Russia toned down objections to a new U.S. plan for ruling postwar Iraq, but appeared intent to seek changes to give the United Nations a stronger role.
Top Iraqi opposition leader returns to homeland after years in exile - 5/10/03 7:01 AM
BASRA, Iraq (AP) -- The leader of the largest Iraqi Shiite Muslim group opposed to Saddam Hussein returned to his homeland on Saturday after two decades in exile and called for Iraq to become an Islamic state.
Top U.S. official sets June 15 deadline to restore stability to Iraq - 5/10/03 6:41 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The top U.S. civilian official in Iraq on Saturday set a June 15 deadline to get much of Iraq's infrastructure up and running and normalize the country's health and educational systems.
U.S. military resumes talks with Iranian opposition, confident standoff will end peacefully - 5/10/03 5:45 AM
CAMP ASHRAF, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops and members of an Iranian opposition group resumed negotiations Saturday, to resolve a standoff in which the American military has ordered the organization to lay down its weapons or face the consequences.
U.S. military confident that standoff with Iranian opposition group will end peacefully - 5/10/03 4:20 AM
CAMP ASHRAF, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops and members of an Iranian group were in a standoff Saturday in eastern Iraq, but U.S. military officials were confident there would be a peaceful end to the dispute.
On Iraq-Jordan frontier, U.S. soldiers take the heat _ and take all comers - 5/10/03 4:08 AM
ON THE JORDAN-IRAQ BORDER, Iraq (AP) -- Standing in the shimmering heat beside a long line of waiting cars, pickups and trucks, U.S. Army Sgt. Jeffrey Parker scrutinized the vehicles' occupants, matching their faces with passport photos, and reflected on his unexpected assignment.
U.S. weapons hunters lower expectations, search for `capability' - 5/10/03 2:15 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The commander of the American weapons hunters in Iraq says he's certain the U.S. invasion has ended a program capable of producing Iraqi chemical and biological weapons. But Col. Richard R. McPhee says his teams have found no such weapons thus far.
SHALAMJAH BORDER CROSSING: Islam scholarship. - 5/10/03 1:59 AM
SCIRI opposes a U.S. administration in Iraq but has close ties with the rest of the U.S.-backed opposition, including the Kurds and the London-based Iraqi National Congress.
SHALAMJAH BORDER CROSSING: against Saddam. - 5/10/03 1:57 AM
Al-Hakim has said in recent days that SCIRI seeks to "realize the will of the Iraqi people," rebuild the country and establish good relationships with neighbors.
SHALAMJAH BORDER CROSSING: Islamic law. - 5/10/03 1:55 AM
While al-Hakim, also known as Baqir, remained in Iran during the weeks after the war last month. But his brother, Abdel Aziz al-Hakim, who commands the group's armed wing, returned to Iraq in advance to pave the way for the ayatollah's return.
In Baghdad, rumors abound: Saddam is in the United States; no, wait, he's dead - 5/10/03 1:37 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The CIA is hiding Saddam Hussein in the United States, but the deposed Iraqi president will return to unleash chemical weapons on his own people. Meanwhile, Saddam is taking a cut of the profits from all the oil the United States is secretly pumping in southern Iraq.
On the hunt for Baghdad's unexploded ordnance with U.S. Army bomb-sniffers - 5/10/03 1:31 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The gray cylinder was almost completely buried under the rubble of a bombed-out house. A small portion of what appeared to be a 7-foot-long explosive device was visible to the bomb disposal experts
Boston Globe reporter killed in car accident in Iraq - 5/10/03 12:13 AM
BOSTON (AP) -- Elizabeth Neuffer, an award-winning reporter for The Boston Globe, died in a car accident in Iraq while on assignment covering the aftermath of the war, the newspaper said.

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