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Tuesday  May 20, 2003

Wisconsin Marine died in Iraq rescuing helicopter crash victims, family says - 5/20/03 11:05 PM
BEAVER DAM, Wis. (AP) -- A third-generation serviceman who promised to make his father proud by following in his footsteps died after he jumped into an Iraqi canal to rescue victims of a helicopter crash, his family said.
U.S. predicts "substantial support" for plan for postwar Iraq which it will put to a vote on Wednesday - 5/20/03 6:24 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United States predicted that it will get "substantial support" for a resolution to lift U.N. sanctions against Iraq in a Security Council vote expected on Wednesday afternoon.
U.S. has no problem with U.N. nuclear agency returning to Iraq, Rumsfeld says - 5/20/03 4:38 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The U.S. military does not object to the return of U.N. nuclear inspectors to Iraq, but it won't happen until a new Security Council resolution on Iraq is in place, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Tuesday.
U.S. cracks down as ethnic tensions boil in oil region of northern Iraq - 5/20/03 4:38 PM
HAWIJEH, Iraq (AP) -- Backed by armored vehicles, U.S. soldiers patrolled the streets of a northern town Tuesday after a weekend of Arab-Kurdish violence left at least 11 people dead and a U.S. soldier wounded in a key Iraqi oil-producing area.
Six weeks after Baghdad's fall, timetable for new Iraqi government blurs a bit - 5/20/03 4:35 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- It sounded so specific a few weeks ago: The United States, with great fanfare, convened a conference of Iraqi political figures and emerged hours later with a timetable -- some form of interim government in early June.
U.S. invites outside experts to survey suspected biological weapons labs - 5/20/03 3:52 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The United States is inviting a group of international experts to inspect two mobile labs suspected of being used by Iraq as biological weapons facilities, a senior military commander involved in the weapons hunt told The Associated Press on Tuesday.
Bush foreign aid chief previously oversaw infamous Massachusetts project - 5/20/03 3:07 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Bush administration official whose agency approves most of the Iraq rebuilding contracts previously tried to rein in costs for Massachusetts' "Big Dig," the expensive highway project that has become a symbol of government contracting run amok.
U.S. predicts "substantial support" for plan for post-war Iraq - 5/20/03 2:43 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United States predicted Tuesday it will have "substantial support" for a resolution to lift U.N. sanctions against Iraq and allow the country's oil revenue to finance its reconstruction.
Justice sends 25 judges, police, lawyers to rebuild Iraqi court system - 5/20/03 2:22 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A team of 25 judges, police officers, lawyers and legal professionals has been dispatched to Iraq to help rebuild that nation's criminal justice systems, Attorney General John Ashcroft said Tuesday.
Six weeks after Baghdad's fall, timetable for new Iraqi government blurs a bit - 5/20/03 1:50 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- It sounded so specific a few weeks ago: The United States, with great fanfare, convened a conference of Iraqi political figures and emerged hours later with a timetable -- some form of interim government in early June.
U.S. presses for quick vote on plan for postwar Iraq - 5/20/03 11:19 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United States is pressing for a vote as early as Wednesday to lift U.N. sanctions against Iraq, a measure the Security Council seems virtually certain to approve.
NATO seen approving aid to Polish-run force in postwar Iraq - 5/20/03 10:50 AM
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) -- In a sign that NATO is overcoming divisions caused by the Iraq war, the alliance is preparing to help Poland run a peacekeeping force in one of three military zones in Iraq to be set up by the U.S.-led coalition, diplomats said Tuesday.
U.S. administration announces Baghdad trash clean-up, mail delivery - 5/20/03 8:43 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Law and order also means trash pickups and mail deliveries.
Marine helicopter crashes in Iraq, killing four; fifth Marine dies in rescue attempt - 5/20/03 8:11 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Four U.S. Marines on a resupply mission were killed when their helicopter crashed into a canal in central Iraq and a fifth drowned trying to save them, the U.S. military said Tuesday.
U.S. presses for quick vote on plan for post-war Iraq - 5/20/03 2:04 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United States is pressing for a vote as early as Wednesday to lift U.N. sanctions against Iraq, a measure the Security Council seems virtually certain to approve.
`On a first-name basis with looters': Security the top worry for Iraqi oil industry - 5/20/03 1:34 AM
BASRA, Iraq (AP) -- A revitalized oil industry is the only practical way Iraqis are going to be able to rebuild their country -- but those hopes are running smack into reality. A plague of looters is stripping Iraq's oil industry bare to the bone.
Yesterday's government buildings become today's homes for Iraqi families - 5/20/03 1:32 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The walls are charred. The floors are strewn with debris. But for hundreds of Iraqi families, it's home now -- and they are hoping it's going to stay that way.
New Saddam sculptures ready for pickup, but no buyers in town - 5/20/03 1:31 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Behind one metal door in Baghdad's industrial sector, an imposing line of generals stands ramrod-straight, guarding their commander. And there he is, looming right behind them -- Saddam Hussein, the dust-covered statue-in-chief, the sculpture that no one wants.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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