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Some Headlines Of Today

Friday  June 6, 2003

Foreign minister of St. Lucia elected president of next General Assembly session - 6/6/03 11:16 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- St. Lucia's foreign minister was elected president of the next U.N. General Assembly session Friday, the smallest country ever to lead the 191-member world body.
War Wounded - 6/6/03 4:04 PM
BETHESDA, Md. (AP) -- Although President Bush declared hostilities in Iraq over more than a month ago, private battles go on for troops recovering from wounds.
U.N. nuclear agency returns to Iraq to assess looted nuclear plant - 6/6/03 3:36 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- After a three-month absence, the U.N. nuclear agency came to postwar Iraq on Friday to assess the nation's biggest nuclear plant -- abandoned, looted and left in alarming disarray.
Pentagon's intelligence arm had no reliable evidence of Iraqi weapons last September - 6/6/03 3:14 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Pentagon's intelligence agency had no hard evidence of Iraqi chemical weapons last fall but believed Iraq had a program in place to produce them, the agency's chief said Friday
Pentagon's intelligence service reported no reliable evidence of Iraqi chemical weapons last September - 6/6/03 1:59 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Defense Intelligence Agency last fall could not pin down the location of any chemical weapons facilities in Iraq but had no doubt about the existence of programs designed to produce chemical and other weapons of mass destruction, the DIA's director said Friday.
Pentagon's intelligence service reported no reliable evidence of Iraqi weapons last September - 6/6/03 1:07 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Pentagon's intelligence service reported last September that it had no reliable evidence that Iraq had chemical agents in weaponized form, officials said Friday.
Warsaw assembles multinational peacekeeping force for Polish-led Iraq sector - 6/6/03 11:28 AM
WARSAW, Poland (AP) -- Poland has assembled a 7,000-strong multilateral force for peacekeeping in Iraq, with participation from more than a dozen countries, the Defense Ministry announced Friday.
Blix: Inspections could yet turn up banned weapons in Iraq - 6/6/03 11:21 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix said he was surprised and disappointed at the low quality of British and U.S. intelligence given his teams in their search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq before the war.
U.N. nuclear agency returns to Iraq to assess looted Iraqi plant - 6/6/03 7:42 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Under close American scrutiny, a small team of U.N. nuclear experts arrived in Baghdad on Friday to begin a damage assessment at Iraq's largest nuclear facility, left unguarded by U.S. troops during the early days of the war and then pillaged by villagers.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: be missing. - 6/6/03 7:38 AM
For this trip, the Pentagon limited the number of IAEA staff to seven and said the assessment would have to be completed within two weeks.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: weapons existed. - 6/6/03 7:35 AM
But the Pentagon reluctantly agreed to allow the return of experts from the Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency, under pressure from the arms-control community, which was concerned about the Tuwaitha plant's safety and U.S. capability to secure the area and account for its contents.
U.N. nuclear experts return to Baghdad after three-month hiatus - 6/6/03 7:31 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.N. nuclear experts returned to Iraq on Friday to inspect its main nuclear facility -- a plant plundered by looters after U.S. troops left it unguarded in the aftermath of the war.
U.S. says more radioactive material than expected found at Iraqi nuclear site - 6/6/03 2:34 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. defense officials say they found more radioactive material at a looted Iraqi nuclear site than they expected, raising questions about the reliability of prewar intelligence about the site.
U.N. nuclear agency set to begin assessment of looted Iraqi plant - 6/6/03 1:34 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A small team of U.N. nuclear experts was traveling to Baghdad on Friday to begin a damage assessment at Iraq's largest nuclear facility, left unguarded by U.S. troops during the early days of the war and then pillaged by villagers.
Selling America: U.S. units try to win Iraqi hearts and minds - 6/6/03 1:29 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Sheik Abdul Jabar leaned forward in his chair, stroked his beard and delivered a warning to the U.S. Army Psychological Operations soldier seated across from him.

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