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Some Headlines Of Today

Monday  June 9, 2003

Flaws found in bidding on Iraqi reconstruction contracts, USAID inspector general says - 6/9/03 8:24 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The bidding on Iraqi postwar reconstruction contracts at the U.S. Agency for International Development is flawed, with the education contract essentially awarded without competition, an internal investigation concluded.
Syria president says he barred fleeing Iraqi officials from entering Syria during Iraq war - 6/9/03 7:59 PM
BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) -- Syria's president, seeking to allay U.S. concerns, said Monday his country stopped fleeing Iraqi officials at the border and turned back those who had slipped in
Iraq must seek foreign, domestic investment to rebuild economy - 6/9/03 7:17 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's economic recovery will depend on the government's ability to persuade businesses at home and abroad to invest in the country, the nation's top U.S. administrator said Monday.
Bush insists Iraq had weapons program, White House asks patience during search - 6/9/03 6:29 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush insisted Monday that Iraq had a weapons program, and the White House asked for patience during a search for evidence to prove it.
Weapons hunt slows as teams await new leads, instructions from Pentagon - 6/9/03 3:30 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. military units assigned to track down Iraqi weapons of mass destruction have run out of places to look and are getting time off or being assigned to other duties, even as pressure mounts on President Bush to explain why no banned arms have been found.
Iraqi monarchists await return of the man who might be king - 6/9/03 12:19 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Along the driveway, a gardener was furiously clipping at overgrown hedges. Out back, past hulking, unsmiling guards, workers set up tables on the patio. The pool was empty, the fountain dry and the furniture largely limited to plastic lawn chairs.
Bush insists Iraq had illicit weapons program - 6/9/03 11:55 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush insisted Monday that Baghdad had a program to manufacture weapons of mass destruction, seeking to rebut critics who say his administration's credibility is at stake in the search for illicit arms.
WASHINGTON: in Baghdad. - 6/9/03 11:19 AM
"History will show, history and time will prove that the United States made the absolute right decision in freeing the people of Iraq from the clutches of Saddam Hussein," Bush said.
US officials stick by their guns, saying Iraq's weapons will be found - 6/9/03 10:50 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Bush administration officials say they are confident proof will emerge that Saddam Hussein possessed the chemical and biological weapons cited as a key reason to invade Iraq.
U.S. soldier killed at checkpoint in central Iraq - 6/9/03 3:04 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Unidentified gunmen shot and killed a U.S. soldier at a checkpoint in western Iraq, a military statement said Monday. U.S. troops returned fire, killing one person and capturing a second.
US officials stick by their guns, saying Iraq's weapons will be found - 6/9/03 1:56 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Bush administration officials say they are confident proof will emerge that Saddam Hussein possessed the chemical and biological weapons cited as a key reason to invade Iraq.
Iraqi boy who lost his arms makes steady progress in Kuwait - 6/9/03 1:55 AM
KUWAIT CITY (AP) -- A black Manchester United T-shirt and boxer shorts covering some of the severe burns he suffered as a result of the U.S. bombing of Iraq, Ali Abbas quietly speaks of his hopes for the future, including his wish to play soccer again.
Iraq's first book on war a mix of myth, rumors - 6/9/03 1:40 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The Americans dropped a "tactical nuclear bomb" on Iraqi forces. Saddam Hussein made a final radio broadcast hours after Baghdad fell, pausing three times to stop himself from breaking down on the air. And casualties among U.S.-led coalition forces? Twenty thousand dead.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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