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Some Headlines Of Today

Sunday  June 8, 2003

Quiet Iraqis yearn to leave each other alone - 6/8/03 8:08 PM
BASRA, Iraq (AP) -- The waiters stand watch against gun-toting intruders. The chef has a recipe for dealing with robbers that requires an AK-47. The manager gets bomb threats from religious fanatics.
U.N.: Health effects from Iraq war still haunting relief agencies' efforts - 6/8/03 6:46 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Nearly two months after the U.S.-led war to topple Saddam Hussein's government, relief agencies are still struggling to control widespread health problems aggravated by the conflict, U.N. officials said Sunday.
Kuwait says it has identified remains of Kuwaiti POW at Iraqi mass grave - 6/8/03 5:12 PM
KUWAIT CITY (AP) -- The remains of a Kuwaiti man missing since Iraq's occupation of Kuwait 12 years ago have been discovered at a mass grave near the southern Iraqi city of Samawah, officials said Sunday.
US officials say Iraq's weapons will be found, given time - 6/8/03 4:12 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Because Iraq concealed its banned weapons so well, it will take time to interview scientists and pore over seized documents to find the hiding places, say Bush administration officials who reject charges the White House overplayed prewar intelligence to justify the invasion.
Quiet Iraqis yearn to leave each other alone - 6/8/03 3:51 PM
BASRA, Iraq (AP) -- The waiters stand watch against gun-toting intruders. The chef has a recipe for dealing with robbers that requires an AK-47. The manager gets bomb threats from religious fanatics.
Iraqi health official: U.S. should move faster in evacuating dead bodies from airport - 6/8/03 1:44 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. officials on Sunday defended the slow process of identifying Iraqi soldiers killed during the U.S.-led invasion after an Iraqi official in the Health Ministry complained the United States isn't doing enough to arrange formal burials.
U.S. soldiers using incentive, firepower to tame conservative Iraqi heartland - 6/8/03 1:37 PM
KHALDIYAH, Iraq (AP) -- In the modest police station, U.S. soldiers took measurements for Iraqi officers' new uniforms. At the hospital, a military doctor asked staffers what they needed. A commander told the mayor that, when the shooting stops, his troops will leave and normal life will return.
Like many in Iraqi, quiet Iraqis yearn to leave each other alone - 6/8/03 1:18 PM
BASRA, Iraq (AP) -- The waiters stand watch against gun-toting intruders. The chef has a recipe for dealing with robbers that requires an AK-47. The manager gets bomb threats from religious fanatics.
Two months after Saddam: Chaos ebbs, but U.S. faces rising expectations, suspicions - 6/8/03 1:15 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Town by town, neighborhood by neighborhood, the lights across Iraq are slowly coming back on. The nightly battles have quieted to the occasional rattle of gunfire. Lines at gas stations have shortened to one-hour waits instead of all day.
Iraqi killed in clash with US troops, military says - 6/8/03 2:16 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- An Iraqi civilian was killed by U.S. troops during an ambush in the troubled city of Fallujah, the military said Sunday.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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