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Some Headlines Of Today

Wednesday  June 4, 2003

Graham: Bush responsible if prewar intelligence manipulated - 6/4/03 6:39 PM
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Democratic presidential candidate Bob Graham said Wednesday that President Bush would be held accountable if evidence shows intelligence on Iraq's weapons program was intentionally manipulated to justify war.
Pentagon official denies manipulating intelligence to justify war on Iraq - 6/4/03 4:55 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pentagon officials went on the offensive Wednesday against allegations that they manipulated intelligence on Iraq's weapons programs and links to terrorism in order to build a case for war.
Opposition leaders turn on Blair in Iraq weapons imbroglio - 6/4/03 4:33 PM
LONDON (AP) -- The opposition leader who backed war with Iraq turned against Prime Minister Tony Blair on Wednesday, calling for an independent inquiry into Blair's claims that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction ready to use in combat.
For senators, more questions than answers on Iraq reconstruction - 6/4/03 3:03 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Administration experts on Iraqi reconstruction frustrated Senate Foreign Relations Committee members Wednesday when they were unable to provide information on costs and other details of the undertaking.
Pentagon official denies manipulating intelligence to justify war on Iraq - 6/4/03 2:37 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pentagon officials went on the offensive Wednesday against allegations that they manipulated intelligence on Iraq's weapons programs and links to terrorism in order to build a case for war.
Occupiers' proposed new code to regulate Iraq's media draws apprehension from journalists - 6/4/03 2:31 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Faced with a freewheeling Iraqi media, the U.S.-led occupation authority is devising a code of conduct for the press, drawing protests from Iraqi journalists who endured censorship under Saddam Hussein and worry for their newfound freedom.
Independent group's proposal for Iraqi media regulations - 6/4/03 2:31 PM
As U.S.-led occupation officials draw up a code of conduct for Iraqi media, an international gathering of legal and media experts working independently in Greece sketched out its own ideas this week.
For senators, more questions than answers on Iraq reconstruction - 6/4/03 2:12 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Administration experts on Iraqi reconstruction frustrated Senate Foreign Relations Committee members Wednesday when they were unable to provide information on costs and other details of the undertaking.
U.S. 3rd Infantry Division moves into Baath resistance stronghold in central Iraq - 6/4/03 1:56 PM
HABANIYAH, Iraq (AP) -- In a high-profile show of force, the U.S. military poured more than 1,500 combat troops into a swath of central Iraq on Wednesday, signaling that any violent resistance to American occupation would be met with harsh punishment.
U.S. troops excavate rubble of home of Saddam's suspected hiding place - 6/4/03 1:38 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Using bulldozers, backhoes and loaders, U.S. Army combat engineers dug through a rubble-filled crater Wednesday, trying to determine whether Saddam Hussein died in an April 7 airstrike on the house where he was believed to be hiding.
Blair: British government to cooperate with investigation into Iraqi weapons intelligence - 6/4/03 12:08 PM
LONDON (AP) -- Prime Minister Tony Blair, under fire from lawmakers over Iraqi weapons of mass destruction which so far can't be found, said Wednesday that he will cooperate with a parliamentary probe into his handling of intelligence reports.
U.S. troops excavate rubble of home of Saddam's suspected hiding place - 6/4/03 11:51 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Using bulldozers, backhoes and loaders, U.S. Army combat engineers dug through a rubble-filled crater Wednesday, trying to determine whether Saddam Hussein died in an April 7 airstrike on the house where he was believed to be hiding.
Pentagon official denies having politicized U.S. intelligence to justify war on Iraq - 6/4/03 11:13 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A senior Pentagon official took the highly unusual step Wednesday of holding a news conference to refute reports that he and other defense officials had put a political spin on intelligence about Iraq's links to terrorism in order to build a case for war.
U.S. troops excavate rubble of home of Saddam's suspected hiding place - 6/4/03 10:29 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. Army engineers used bulldozers, backhoes and other equipment to dig through a rubble-filled crater Wednesday, trying to determine if Saddam Hussein died in an April 7 airstrike on a house where he was believed to be hiding.
Blair: British government to cooperate with investigation into Iraqi weapons intelligence - 6/4/03 10:15 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Prime Minister Tony Blair, under fire from lawmakers over Iraqi weapons of mass destruction which so far can't be found, said Wednesday that he will cooperate with a parliamentary probe into his handling of intelligence reports.
U.N. inspectors to check security of material at looted Iraq nuclear site - 6/4/03 9:37 AM
VIENNA, Austria (AP) -- A team of U.N. atomic energy experts headed to Iraq on Wednesday to make sure of radioactive material at the country's largest nuclear storage complex is safe.
Blair: government to cooperate with investigation into Iraqi weapons intelligence - 6/4/03 7:55 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Prime Minister Tony Blair, under fire from lawmakers over the failure to find Iraq's alleged weapons of mass destruction, said Wednesday that the government will cooperate with a parliamentary probe into the intelligence on Iraqi arms that he used to justify war.
LONDON: Relations Committee. - 6/4/03 7:26 AM
The Intelligence and Security Committee reports to Blair and its members are appointed by the prime minister. The Foreign Affairs Committee, however, holds most of its hearings in public and reports to Parliament.
LONDON: with it. - 6/4/03 7:18 AM
Blair described as "completely and utterly untrue" a media report that his office had redrafted an intelligence service report to emphasize a claim that Iraq could deploy weapons of mass destruction within 45 minutes.
Blair: government to cooperate with probe into Iraqi weapons intelligence - 6/4/03 7:14 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Prime Minister Tony Blair said Wednesday that his government will cooperate with a parliamentary investigation into the intelligence on Iraqi weapons of mass destruction which he used to justify war.
U.S. 3rd Infantry Division moves into Baath resistance stronghold in central Iraq - 6/4/03 6:45 AM
HABANIYAH, Iraq (AP) -- More than 1,500 combat troops from the 3rd Infantry Division moved Wednesday into two central Iraqi cities known for their anti-American sentiment, more than tripling the number of soldiers in the area to quell recent attacks on U.S. forces.
British parliament committee to hold inquiry into Iraq war decision - 6/4/03 5:11 AM
LONDON (AP) -- A British parliamentary committee said it will investigate whether Prime Minister Tony Blair's government presented accurate information about Iraq's weapons before making the decision to go to war.
U.S. 3rd Infantry Division to take over center of Baath Party resistance in Fallujah - 6/4/03 4:56 AM
HABBANIYAH, Iraq (AP) -- More than 1,500 U.S. combat troops from the 3rd Infantry Division moved Wednesday into two central Iraqi towns known for their anti-American sentiment, more than tripling the number of soldiers in the area to quell recent attacks on U.S. forces.
In the police blotter of postwar Baghdad, the mundane and the surreal mix - 6/4/03 2:36 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- They fought the battles, overthrew the dictator, occupied the cities. Now, American forces are finding out that police work on the streets of postwar Baghdad isn't all that different from anywhere else.
Army pulls two soldiers from Iraq after allegations of mistreatment of POWs - 6/4/03 2:20 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Two British soldiers have been pulled out of Iraq following allegations of mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners of war, the Ministry of Defense said Wednesday.

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