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Some Headlines Of Today

Saturday  June 7, 2003

Dutch to send 1,100 peacekeepers to Iraq; Ukraine to send up to 1,800 - 6/7/03 10:29 PM
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (AP) -- The Netherlands will send 1,100 peacekeepers to southern Iraq to join the British-led multinational stabilization force, the Dutch government said.
Treasures of Nimrud found in Iraqi vault; Number of missing museum pieces far lower than thought - 6/7/03 8:50 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The world-famous treasures of Nimrud, unaccounted for since Baghdad fell two months ago, have been located in good condition in the country's Central Bank -- in a secret vault-inside-a-vault submerged in sewage water, U.S. occupation authorities said Saturday.
Treasures of Nimrud found in Iraqi vault; missing museum pieces far lower than thought - 6/7/03 3:01 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The world-famous treasures of Nimrud, unaccounted for since Baghdad fell two months ago, have been located in good condition in the country's Central Bank -- in a secret vault-inside-a-vault submerged in sewage water, U.S. occupation authorities said Saturday.
Returning under U.S. escort, U.N. nuclear agency team checks out nuclear plant in Iraq - 6/7/03 2:52 PM
TUWAITHA, Iraq (AP) -- Representatives of the U.N. nuclear agency got a firsthand look Saturday at the postwar damage to Iraq's main nuclear facility, peering through broken windows and roaming the grounds to assess the extent of looting and disarray.
Administration's dire prewar pronouncements about Iraq still not borne out - 6/7/03 2:02 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Before the war, the Bush administration portrayed Iraq as full of killer poisons with strange names and deadly effects, which terrorists could get hold of and unleash on U.S. cities.
The product of two neighboring nations, Iraqi-Iranians unwanted by both - 6/7/03 12:27 PM
NEAR THE IRAQ-IRAN BORDER (AP) -- They are ethnic Iranians who speak Arabic instead of the Farsi of their native land. They are the cultural offspring of two ancient rivals: Iraq and Iran, the neighbor once known as Persia.
As refugees come back, Iraq faces nightmarish real estate tangle - 6/7/03 12:26 PM
BASRA, Iraq (AP) -- The morning began with an angry knock on a metal gate. Within minutes, eight men were brawling in the street. A punch pulverized a cheekbone, a knife sliced an ear. A pistol was pressed to a temple, the trigger pulled and then -- click -- the gun jammed.
U.S. soldier killed, 4 wounded in attack near Saddam's hometown - 6/7/03 9:04 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- An American soldier was killed and four companions wounded Saturday in an attack near Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit north of the capital, a military statement said.
Retired State analyst alleges distortion, misstated conjecture in leadup to Iraq - 6/7/03 1:24 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Bush administration distorted intelligence and presented conjecture as evidence to justify a U.S. invasion of Iraq, according to a retired intelligence official who served during the months before the war.
Iraq's Sunnis seethe over loss of prestige, focus anger on Americans - 6/7/03 1:22 AM
SAMARRA, Iraq (AP) -- On a moonless night, Roukan Habib Khalaf raced his battered Toyota pickup to get home before a looming curfew. Next to him sat three of his sleepy children.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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