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Some Headlines Of Today

Monday  June 2, 2003

In 'unprecedented' effort, military prepares to screen soldiers for war illnesses - 6/2/03 7:37 PM
FORT STEWART, Ga. (AP) -- Hoping to avoid the delays and denials sick soldiers faced after the first Gulf War, the Pentagon has ordered health screenings for every soldier, sailor, Marine and airman sent into the Iraq war.
U.N. inspectors found no evidence of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, chief arms inspector says in new report - 6/2/03 6:35 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- U.N. inspectors found no evidence Iraq had weapons of mass destruction but had many questions and leads to pursue when their searches were suspended just before the U.S.-led invasion, chief inspector Hans Blix said in his final report Monday.
New prison opens in southern Iraq; court system and judges to follow - 6/2/03 6:11 PM
BASRA, Iraq (AP) -- With a flourish, the British military on Monday opened the first functioning prison in postwar southern Iraq, a new high-security home for people picked up by U.S.-led occupation forces on suspicion they killed, raped or robbed in the chaotic wake of the war.
U.N. special envoy arrives to take up post in Iraq - 6/2/03 4:53 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The new U.N. representative to Iraq arrived for work Monday, saying his main priority is to ensure the quick establishment of an interim authority and pave the way for a democratic government.
3rd Infantry Division to take over center of Baath Party resistance in Fallujah - 6/2/03 2:54 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Military commanders are calling on America's battle-hardened 3rd Infantry Division, which led the assault on Baghdad, to put down attacks by apparent loyalists of Saddam Hussein's fallen regime in a troubled area west of the capital.
Military prepares to screen soldiers for war illnesses - 6/2/03 1:57 PM
FORT STEWART, Ga. (AP) -- Col. Paula K. Underwood, an Army doctor, had just returned to her post in Germany from the 1991 Gulf War when she saw a patient whose condition baffled other doctors.
Two Iraqis killed, US soldiers injured in mosque attack - 6/2/03 1:47 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A man on a motorcycle tossed a grenade at a U.S. armored vehicle outside a Baghdad mosque, injuring two U.S. soldiers and sparking a firefight that killed two Iraqi bystanders, witnesses said Monday.
Powell defends Iraq weapons intelligence against claims it was flawed - 6/2/03 12:04 PM
ROME (AP) -- Secretary of State Colin Powell defended U.S. intelligence about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction Monday, saying he was convinced by "overwhelming" evidence that they existed, even though none have yet been found.
U.S. 3rd Infantry Division to take over center of Baath Party resistance in Fallujah - 6/2/03 12:02 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. military plans to quiet anti-American attacks in two Iraqi towns by flooding the area with troops to show strength while offering humanitarian help, military documents and officers said Monday.
Blair says he is 100 percent sure Saddam had banned weapons - 6/2/03 10:49 AM
EVIAN, France (AP) -- British Prime Minister Tony Blair rejected charges that his government doctored evidence on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction, leading a chorus of defensive comments Monday from America and its allies about their key justification for the war.
Recruitment for new Iraqi military to begin by month's end, United States says - 6/2/03 10:14 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Recruitment for the New Iraqi Corps, the American-installed replacement for Saddam Hussein's military, will begin by the end of the month, the U.S. civilian administrator said Monday.
Former Iraqi soldiers protest at coalition offices, demanding pay - 6/2/03 9:35 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Hundreds of former Iraqi soldiers protested Monday outside the office compound of Iraq's U.S. occupiers, demanding pay for troops dismissed when the American civil administrator abolished the country's military.
Evidence Saddam had banned weapons is "overwhelming," British official says - 6/2/03 7:15 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Evidence that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction is "overwhelming," British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said Monday, although coalition forces have so far failed to find such weapons in Iraq.
U.N. nuclear inspectors scheduled to return to Iraq Friday - 6/2/03 7:03 AM
VIENNA, Austria (AP) -- A team of U.N. nuclear safety experts will leave Wednesday for Iraq and should be in Baghdad by the end of the week, the International Atomic Energy Agency said Monday.
Evidence Saddam had banned weapons is "overwhelming," Straw says - 6/2/03 6:43 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Evidence that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction is "overwhelming," British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said Monday, although coalition forces have so far failed to find such weapons in Iraq.
In Michigan, hundreds of Iraqis honor victims of Saddam's regime - 6/2/03 6:11 AM
DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) -- The table to the left of Mehsin Jawad al-Busail was covered in papers bearing dozens of names recorded in ornate, flowing Arabic script.
Two Iraqis killed, U.S. soldiers injured in mosque attack - 6/2/03 3:49 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Two Iraqi men were killed and two U.S. servicemen injured in an exchange of gunfire at a mosque in Baghdad, witnesses and soldiers said.
Baghdad's Shiite clerics seek to impose strict Islamic laws - 6/2/03 3:17 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The list of recommendations for students attending al-Nidaa Intermediate School for Girls is difficult to miss. It's plastered on the gate.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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