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Tuesday  June 3, 2003

Body double says Odai thought of surrendering to Americans - 6/3/03 10:19 PM
LONDON (AP) -- A former body double of Saddam Hussein's elder son said Odai Hussein had been in hiding in Baghdad and considered giving himself up to U.S. forces, Britain's national news agency said.
House of Commons committee to hold inquiry into Iraq war decision - 6/3/03 5:34 PM
LONDON (AP) -- A parliamentary committee announced Tuesday it would hold an inquiry into the government's decision to go to war with Iraq, as pressure mounted on Prime Minister Tony Blair to explain claims that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction.
LONDON: open inquiry. - 6/3/03 5:13 PM
Either option would fall short of the full independent inquiry some are seeking. But although the Foreign Affairs Committee is dominated by Blair's Labor Party, it has shown independence in past reports critical of the government.
House of Commons committee to hold inquiry into Iraq war decision - 6/3/03 5:10 PM
The House of Commons Foreign Relations Committee is likely to hold its inquiry in public. Its reports are usually published.
Top secret Iraqi documents strewn across missile facility Americans haven't visited - 6/3/03 2:06 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- More than a decade of suspicions about Iraq's missile industry and its capabilities for delivering weapons of mass destruction could be investigated quickly now that American forces control the country.
Iraq's opposition coalition blasts US plans to delay national conference - 6/3/03 11:30 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's main opposition coalition on Tuesday denounced a new plan by the U.S.-led administration to delay the convening of a national assembly and election of Iraq's new government, and vowed to go ahead with the convention without American participation.
From the air, looking down: U.S. helicopters keep the peace from the Iraqi skies - 6/3/03 8:34 AM
ABOVE BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The half-dozen Apache and Black Hawk helicopters clattered above this sprawling capital, hovering over intersections and crisscrossing paths as they banked over palm-lined avenues and the winding Tigris River.
U.S. soldier killed in central Iraq - 6/3/03 7:34 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. soldier was shot and killed while on patrol in central Iraq early Tuesday, the military said.
In 'unprecedented' effort, military prepares to screen soldiers for war illnesses - 6/3/03 6:44 AM
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. and coalition, uneasy partners, preach cooperation in Iraq reconstruction - 6/3/03 6:32 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The arrival of the new U.N. representative means the reconstruction of Iraq is growing from a coalition effort into a wider international project, United Nations and coalition leaders said Tuesday.
Border trade picks up with Iraq, but pitfalls remain - 6/3/03 2:38 AM
IBRAHIM KHALIL BORDER CROSSING, Iraq (AP) -- The line stretches for more than two miles: hundreds of Turkish trucks massed at the Iraqi border, a traffic jam that illustrates both the promise of trade and the possible pitfalls.
U.N. inspectors found no evidence of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, chief arms inspector says in new report - 6/3/03 1:37 AM
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.

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