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Some Headlines Of Today

Tuesday  May 13, 2003

A month after fall of Baghdad, Lieberman still jeered for supporting war with Iraq - 5/13/03 10:10 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- A month after the overthrow of Saddam Hussein's regime, presidential hopeful Joe Lieberman's hawkish stance on Iraq remains unpopular with some Democratic audiences.
Poll finds about half of Americans believe Bush overestimated Iraqi weapons - 5/13/03 9:38 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- About half the country believes the Bush administration overestimated the number of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, according to a poll released Tuesday, but most people feel the war was worth it anyway.
Mass graves found at two Iraq sites, possibly largest discovered since Saddam's ouster - 5/13/03 6:32 PM
LONDON (AP) -- More mass graves have been found in two new locations in Iraq, together containing at least 4,000 bodies and perhaps as many as 15,000, human rights groups and a British news report said Tuesday.
Two more former Iraqi officials believed captured, Pentagon official says - 5/13/03 5:55 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. forces captured two men they believe were former officials in Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's administration, a regional Baath Party leader and the former culture minister, a Pentagon official said Tuesday.
New Iraqi health ministry chief quits; Shiite cleric abandons calls for Islamic system - 5/13/03 3:46 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's new Health Ministry chief quit Tuesday after complaints that he was too close to Saddam Hussein's Baath party, and an influential Shiite cleric fresh from Iranian exile abandoned calls for an Islamic system, saying democracy is the best path.
Lights flicker on _ and off again _ in postwar Baghdad as patience wears thin - 5/13/03 3:18 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- In a brightly lit CD shop, Kalel al-Hamdanyi sipped an ice-cold soda. The air conditioner hummed and a movie blasted on the TV. Across the street, Ferass Adnan sat in his dark grocery store, fuming.
U.S. accepts resignation of health ministry chief accused of Baath Party ties - 5/13/03 1:38 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The temporary Iraqi Health Ministry chief hand-picked by the United States resigned just 10 days into the job, after widespread protests for his close ties to Saddam Hussein's Baath Party, coalition radio announced Tuesday.
U.N. nuclear agency asks Washington to permit it to send mission to Iraq - 5/13/03 12:11 PM
VIENNA, Austria (AP) -- The U.N. nuclear watchdog agency has provided U.S. weapons teams a list of radioactive sites in Iraq, even as it pushes for a renewed role in the search for weapons of mass destruction, a spokeswoman said Tuesday.
U.S. troops reopen Iraqi border crossing with Syria, general says - 5/13/03 11:43 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. forces on Tuesday reopened a border crossing between Iraq and Syria, the commander of the Army's 101st Airborne Division said.
U.S. finds second possible mobile weapons lab in northern Iraq - 5/13/03 11:17 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Soldiers from the Army's 101st Airborne Division found another trailer in northern Iraq that experts believe was a mobile biological weapons laboratory, the division's commander said Tuesday.
U.S. accepts resignation of health ministry chief accused of Baath Party ties - 5/13/03 10:39 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The temporary Iraqi Health Ministry chief hand-picked by the United States resigned just 10 days into the job, after widespread protests for his close ties to Saddam Hussein's Baath Party, coalition radio announced Tuesday.
Top Shiite leader, fresh from exile, now calling for democratic government in Iraq - 5/13/03 8:34 AM
NAJAF, Iraq (AP) -- The leader of the largest Shiite Muslim group that opposed Saddam Hussein said Tuesday that a democratic government should rule Iraq, days after he advocated a "modern Islamic regime."
New U.S. administrator begins job to tackle lawlessness, services breakdown - 5/13/03 5:53 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The new American civilian administrator for Iraq faced daunting tasks during his first full day in Baghdad on Tuesday: restoring security, power, clean water and other services to an Iraqi capital demanding them back.
U.S. trying to bring order to Baghdad with limited means, tainted Iraqi police - 5/13/03 4:00 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A joint patrol of American and Iraqi police snakes its way through some of the meanest streets of Baghdad. Women wave, and children give the thumbs-up sign -- but not in the direction of their own countrymen.
U.S. Army to step up patrols in Baghdad - 5/13/03 3:05 AM
BAGHDAD (AP) -- U.S. Army commanders say they will increase the number of soldiers on patrol in the capital, where ordinary Iraqis are pleading for more security against criminals and other threats.
In Saddam's hometown, nighttime raids by U.S. troops nab uncooperative Baath Party officials - 5/13/03 2:00 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Under cover of darkness, the Bradley Fighting Vehicle rolled up to the wall around the mansion in the al-Awja district of Tikrit, an exclusive enclave in Saddam Hussein's hometown set aside for loyal Baath Party officials.
Iraq's recovering dinar: a symbolic bright spot in a sea of misery - 5/13/03 1:26 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- In a city fraught with anger and despair, at least one thing is looking up: Iraq's currency, the dinar, is making a dramatic comeback against the U.S. dollar.

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