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Some Headlines Of Today

Monday  May 19, 2003

U.S. wants vote by end of week on resolution to lift sanctions against Iraq - 5/19/03 9:33 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United States said Monday it wants a vote by the end of the week on a revised resolution to lift sanctions against Iraq and give the United Nations a clearly defined role in helping Iraqis establish a democratic government.
Marine Corps Sea Knight helicopter reported down in Iraq; no sign of survivors - 5/19/03 5:31 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A Marine Corps transport helicopter crashed Monday in central Iraq near Karbala with at least four people aboard, and there were no indications of survivors, Pentagon officials said.
Thousands of Shiites march in Baghdad demanding an end to U.S. occupation - 5/19/03 2:18 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Thousands of Shiite Muslims staged the largest protest against America's presence in Iraq since the war's end with a noisy but peaceful rally. The well-organized march Monday was policed by men carrying AK-47s who did not confront nearby U.S. soldiers keeping watch.
U.N. nuclear agency appeals anew for urgent action in Iraq - 5/19/03 12:31 PM
VIENNA, Austria (AP) -- The head of the U.N. nuclear agency urged the United States and its allies Monday to permit his experts to return to Iraq to investigate reports of looting and destruction at the country's nuclear sites.
Army says logistics success in Iraq war was due largely to stockpiling of materiel in Gulf - 5/19/03 12:29 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- One key to the Army's success in getting crucial supplies to troops on the Iraq battlefield was the availability of ammunition, vehicles and other war-fighting equipment that had been stockpiled in the Persian Gulf region years earlier, two Army generals said Monday.
Saddam's brother-in-law reported captured - 5/19/03 10:22 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Coalition forces in Iraq said Monday they captured the brother-in-law of toppled President Saddam Hussein.
France: U.S.-backed resolution gives 'insufficient' role to U.N. - 5/19/03 10:16 AM
PARIS (AP) -- The U.S.-British resolution on postwar Iraq gives an "insufficient" role to the United Nations in rebuilding the country, French President Jacques Chirac said Monday.
Suddenly, the news: Iraqis flooded with a free _ and lively _ press - 5/19/03 9:31 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- On one street in the capital, a vendor shouts out news he would have been arrested for trumpeting just weeks ago: "Read all about Saddam's double!" A woman skids her car to a stop and asks for a copy of Assaah -- a newspaper published in Iraq without government supervision.
Thousands of Shiites march in Baghdad demanding an end to U.S. occupation - 5/19/03 7:23 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Thousands of Shiite Muslims marched peacefully through the capital Monday to protest the American occupation of Iraq and reject what they feared would be a U.S.-installed puppet government.
U.S. faces phalanx of dangerous, destabilizing groups in Iraq - 5/19/03 1:50 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Pro-Iranian paramilitaries. Afghan Islamic militants with suspected al-Qaida links. Feuding Kurdish factions, tribal militants and criminal gangs.
U.S. administrator touts city council in northern Iraq - 5/18/03 10:31 PM
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) -- Touring the country he has been entrusted to reconstruct, the top American civilian official met Sunday with a city council billed as postwar Iraq's first elected body and called it a "great example of embryonic democracy."
UNICEF warns of `major crisis' if no swift action taken on Iraq's humanitarian needs - 5/18/03 10:13 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The U.N. agency that cares for the world's children warned Sunday that postwar Iraq could slip into a "major crisis" without quick action to meet its urgent humanitarian needs.
Remains of Iranian, Iraqi soldiers returned home - 5/18/03 8:55 PM
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- The remains of 45 Iranian and 83 Iraqi soldiers from the eight-year war between the two countries were returned home Sunday, Iran's official news agency said.
U.N. nuclear agency chief says war in Iraq shows international law needs strengthening - 5/18/03 3:45 PM
MEDFORD, Mass. (AP) -- The war in Iraq should serve as warning to the world community that the rule of international law needs strengthening, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency said Sunday.
Iraqi pension agency makes first emergency payments; chaos reigns - 5/18/03 1:32 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The Iraqi agency responsible for paying pensioners handed out emergency cash for the first time Sunday, triggering hours of chaos as retirees and their families fought with U.S. troops to force their way into the Baghdad office building.
Statue of Saddam's predecessor toppled by Baghdad crowd - 5/18/03 1:14 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- With the help of a crane, dozens of Iraqis chanting anti-Baath Party slogans toppled a statue of former President Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr Sunday in the upscale Baghdad district of al-Mansour.
Suddenly, the news: Iraqis flooded with a free _ and lively _ press - 5/19/03 1:10 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- On one street in the capital, a vendor shouts out news he would have been arrested for trumpeting just weeks ago: "Read all about Saddam's double!" A woman skids her car to a stop and asks for a copy of Assaah -- a newspaper published in Iraq without government supervision.

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