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Some Headlines Of Today

Sunday  May 25, 2003

Iraq's lone Gulf oil terminal stands ready to handle first exports - 5/25/03 6:05 PM
FAW, Iraq (AP) -- With Iraq preparing to ship out oil for the first time since the war, this languid fishing port will once again become a vital gathering point for Iraqi crude destined for tankers waiting offshore in the Gulf.
U.N. says lack of security causing problems for humanitarian plans - 5/25/03 6:03 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Unsafe roads, urban banditry and illegal guns in the hands of civilians are hampering U.N. officials trying to get humanitarian aid back on track, the United Nations said Sunday.
After two weeks, America's new man in Iraq raises profile, tries to tackle challenges - 5/25/03 3:32 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- He's banned the Baathists from government, ordered Iraqis to disarm and consigned Saddam Hussein's military to history's trash bin.
Arabs, ethnic Turks threaten to boycott council meeting in northern Iraqi oil city - 5/25/03 2:44 PM
KIRKUK, Iraq (AP) -- Arabs and Turks in Iraq's main northern oil city threatened Sunday to boycott a vote for mayor as an American general approved six final members of a city council charged with healing ethnic feuding that is threatening the region's stability.
Weapons hunters move away from outdated leads, begin gathering own intelligence in Iraq - 5/25/03 1:45 PM
RUTBAH, Iraq (AP) -- Frustrated weapons hunters are turning away from outdated U.S. intelligence leads, which have failed to turn up any evidence of chemical, biological or nuclear arms in Iraq after 10 weeks.
In new era of openness, Iraqis scramble to fix blacked-out Internet - 5/25/03 1:32 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Amr Bakr is an Internet addict. These days, the computer repairman finds himself in need of a fix.
For U.S. soldiers in Iraq, Memorial Day takes on new tone - 5/25/03 1:25 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- For U.S. soldiers in Iraq, Memorial Day won't mean backyards, picnic tables and grilled hot dogs. It will be another 24 hours spent on foot patrol, guard duty or reconstruction projects.
Residents: Three killed when surface-to-air missile explodes in Baghdad - 5/25/03 1:03 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A surface-to-air missile left over from Saddam Hussein's regime fell off a trailer and exploded Sunday, killing three people and injuring at least two others, residents of a poor Baghdad neighborhood said.
U.S. military records small steps in difficult task of bringing order to Iraq - 5/25/03 10:08 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- More troops are needed to restore order in Iraq, the top British official in the civil administration conceded Sunday as the U.S. military cataloged small steps in bringing calm.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.


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