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Tuesday  June 10, 2003

Blix defends credibility of U.N. inspectors and calls U.S. criticism `misguided' - 6/10/03 9:13 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix on Tuesday said his inspectors' failure to turn up weapons of mass destruction in Iraq may have been nothing but a reflection of the truth, and he called American criticism of the prewar search off target.
Influential committee of lawmakers criticizes government over Iraqi weapons dossier - 6/10/03 8:33 PM
LONDON (AP) -- An influential committee of lawmakers criticized Prime Minister Tony Blair's government Tuesday for publishing a dossier on Iraq's weapons program without first clearing its contents with British intelligence services.
Pentagon official says Iraq stabilization proves `tougher and more complex' than expected - 6/10/03 6:45 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The task of stabilizing postwar Iraq has proven "tougher and more complex" than the Bush administration foresaw, mainly because of violence and sabotage that appears to be organized by trained forces, a top Pentagon policy adviser said Tuesday.
Iraqi exile leader: Saddam seen north of Baghdad and is paying bounty for killing American soldiers - 6/10/03 5:57 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- Saddam Hussein has been seen north of Baghdad and is paying a bounty for every American soldier killed, the leader of an Iraqi exile group said Tuesday.
AP, in first nationwide tally of civilian deaths in Iraq war, counts 3,240, but toll is certainly higher - 6/10/03 5:47 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Someone has taped together the shredded binding, as if that could fix the horrors inside. There are pages bathed in dried, reddish-brown blood, their letters smeared and unintelligible.
One U.S. soldier killed, another injured in Baghdad attack - 6/10/03 5:26 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- One U.S. Army soldier was killed and another was injured Tuesday when attackers fired rocket-propelled grenades at American troops in Baghdad, Central Command said.
Pentagon official says Iraq stabilization task has proven `tougher and more complex' than foreseen - 6/10/03 2:39 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The task of stabilizing postwar Iraq has proven "tougher and more complex" than the Bush administration originally foresaw, the Pentagon's top policy adviser on the matter said Tuesday.
Iraqi exile leader: Saddam seen north of Baghdad and is paying bounty for killing American soldiers - 6/10/03 2:07 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- Saddam Hussein has been seen north of Baghdad and is paying a bounty for every American soldier killed, the leader of an Iraqi exile group said Tuesday.
A breakdown of AP's count of Iraqi civilian deaths - 6/10/03 2:06 PM
At least 3,240 civilian deaths were recorded by hospitals in Iraq as a result of the recent war. Associated Press reporters visited 60 of the country's largest hospitals to review those records.
A war, and its consequences: a young woman dead, a sick baby without a mother - 6/10/03 2:03 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- When the explosion came, Mohammed Abed fought his way against a hot wind into a marketplace in ruins. Storefronts were twisted, bodies were strewn across the street and the injured wailed for help.
How they died: anatomy of a civilian casualty - 6/10/03 1:59 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Spc. John Dresel was on guard duty, and his eyes were playing tricks on him.
AP, in first nationwide tally of civilian deaths in Iraq war, counts 3,240, but toll is certainly higher - 6/10/03 1:58 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Someone has taped together the shredded binding, as if that could fix the horrors inside. There are pages bathed in dried, reddish-brown blood, their letters smeared and unintelligible.
AP, in first nationwide tally of Iraqi civilian war deaths, counts at least 3,240 - 6/10/03 1:50 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Someone has taped together the shredded binding, as if that could fix the horrors inside. There are pages bathed in dried, reddish-brown blood, their letters smeared and unintelligible.
Iraq's royal pretender arrives in Baghdad, talking like a politician - 6/10/03 1:19 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Sounding more like a politician than a king, the man seeking Iraq's throne returned to his country Tuesday, promising to create a nation of "dignity, freedom and democracy."
Criminal court resumes work in Fallujah, hearing cases brought in by American troops - 6/10/03 1:16 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- A young man said he just happened by a store that hundreds of people were looting. A middle-aged man said he'd never seen an assault rifle police found in his car. And an old man argued grenades were a more efficient way of fishing.
Iraqi exile leader: Saddam seen north of Baghdad and is paying bounty for killing American soldiers - 6/10/03 12:56 PM
NEW YORK (AP) -- Saddam Hussein has been seen north of Baghdad and is paying a bounty for every American soldier killed, the leader of an Iraqi exile group said Tuesday.
U.S. forces take custody of two more wanted Iraqis - 6/10/03 12:00 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. forces have captured two more of the 55 most wanted Iraqis, including a former member of Saddam Hussein's inner circle, Pentagon officials said Tuesday.
U.S. leader in Iraq warns Iran to stop `interfering' - 6/10/03 11:55 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The leader of Iraq's American-led occupation force accused Iran on Tuesday of meddling in Iraq's internal affairs.
US envoy urges Japan 'onto the playing field' in Iraq - 6/10/03 9:52 AM
TOKYO (AP) -- U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage urged Japan on Tuesday to get "onto the playing field" in Iraq, a show of support for controversial talk in Tokyo of sending troops to help rebuild the country.
U.S. says 205 coalition troops killed since start of Iraq war - 6/10/03 9:45 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The number of coalition troops killed since the beginning of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq has reached 205, a U.S. military spokesman said Tuesday.
Royal pretender arrives in Baghdad seeking referendum on a new monarchy - 6/10/03 5:38 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Shouting "Long live the king," about 1,500 Iraqi tribal sheiks and monarchists welcomed Sharif Ali bin Hussein, a cousin of Iraq's last king who returned here Tuesday after spending 45 years in exile.
Ammunition blast kills 3 Iraqis - 6/10/03 2:49 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- An explosion at an ammunition dump in southern Iraq killed three Iraqis and injured two others, the military said Tuesday.
Searching for loved ones in mass graves, Iraqis ride a circuit of anguish - 6/10/03 2:29 AM
SALMAN PAK, Iraq (AP) -- They came in a blue minibus, an unlikely fivesome brought together by an unwanted bond -- Nasser Taleb and his sister Hala, two Kurdish men and a woman from the southern city of Basra, looking for clues among the dead.
Weapons hunt slows as teams await new leads, instructions from Pentagon - 6/10/03 2:17 AM
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.

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