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Friday  June 13, 2003

Army maintenance unit was waved in wrong direction at American checkpoint - 6/13/03 10:55 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- An Army maintenance unit was ambushed and 11 soldiers killed after the unit was sent in the wrong direction by other American soldiers as they sped to catch up to their convoy, a Texas congressman said Friday.
Coalition soldier found dead in lake - 6/13/03 8:09 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A coalition soldier was found dead in a lake at a military compound near the town of Fallujah Friday, the U.S. military said.
Army maintenance unit was waved in wrong direction at American checkpoint - 6/13/03 8:03 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- An Army maintenance unit that lost 11 soldiers and had several taken prisoner in an ambush in Iraq was sent in the wrong direction by other American soldiers as they sped to catch up to their convoy, a Texas congressman said Friday.
White House says Bush had more evidence Iraq sought uranium in Africa - 6/13/03 7:27 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House on Friday stood by President Bush's assertion that Iraq has sought uranium in Africa in recent years, saying that his allegation in January was supported by more evidence than a series of letters now known to have been forged.
Fierce Iraqi-American battle raises death toll to 100 anti-American fighters during four-day-old U.S. operation to hunt Saddam supporters - 6/13/03 6:30 PM
BALAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqis hiding in a thicket of reeds attacked a U.S. tank column, igniting a fierce battle that drew in Apache helicopters and Bradley armored vehicles. Twenty-seven Iraqis were killed Friday, raising to 100 the number of anti-American fighters slain in a U.S. operation to hunt down Sadd
Army maintenance unit was waved in wrong direction at American checkpoint - 6/13/03 6:30 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- An Army maintenance unit that lost eight soldiers and had several taken prisoner in Iraq was sent in the wrong direction by other American soldiers as they sped to catch up to their convoy, a Texas congressman said Friday.
White House says Bush had more evidence Iraq sought uranium in Africa - 6/13/03 6:13 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House on Friday stood by President Bush's assertion that Iraq has sought uranium in Africa in recent years, saying that his allegation in January was supported by more evidence than a series of letters now known to have been forged.
Weeks after Bush's declaration of victory, U.S. troops still fighting and dying in Iraq - 6/13/03 5:29 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- When President Bush declared on May 1 that major combat operations had ended in Iraq, there was little discussion of what he meant. For all practical purposes, it seemed the war was over.
U.S. gives OK on Iraq air service to 3 airlines - 6/13/03 4:42 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The government on Friday gave initial permission to three airlines to begin scheduled flights between the United States and Iraq, saying air service can help reconstruct the war-torn country.
100 anti-American fighters killed after ambush on U.S. tank patrol - 6/13/03 3:59 PM
BALAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops in Apache helicopters and Bradley armored vehicles fought Iraqi attackers Friday after Iraqis hiding in a thicket of reeds rushed a U.S. tank patrol.
Weeks after Bush's declaration of victory, U.S. troops still fighting and dying in Iraq - 6/13/03 3:31 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- When President Bush declared on May 1 that major combat operations had ended in Iraq, there was little discussion of what he meant. For all practical purposes, it seemed the war was over.
Iraqis still frustrated by disabled telephone system - 6/13/03 3:25 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Before the war, Baghdadis who needed an ambulance dialed 122.
Cabinet approves bill to send Japanese troops to rebuild Iraq - 6/13/03 2:45 PM
TOKYO (AP) -- Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's Cabinet approved a bill Friday that would allow Japanese troops to be sent to Iraq to assist in reconstruction.
Opposition casualties mount to 100, as US troops lure out pro-Saddam holdouts - 6/13/03 2:17 PM
BALAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqi attackers hiding in a thicket of reeds rushed a U.S. tank column, setting off a battle joined Friday by Apache helicopters and Bradley armored vehicles. Twenty-seven Iraqis were killed, pushing the number of opposition deaths to about 100 in the U.S. operation to hunt down support
Captured Iraqis giving information about possible weapons locations - 6/13/03 1:59 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. forces in Iraq are checking out sites identified by captured Iraqis as possibly holding biological or chemical weapons, the commander of American ground troops said Friday.
Iraqis protest American soldiers entering a mosque - 6/13/03 1:24 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Around 200 Iraqis rallied Friday in downtown Baghdad to protest U.S. soldiers entering a mosque, claiming the troops mistreated worshippers and took money.
For investment, protection or business, Iraqis buy, hoard weapons - 6/13/03 11:34 AM
BASRA, Iraq (AP) -- Hussein fidgets in his chair and looks around as he answers questions about his arms business. After much coaxing and encouragement from friends, he softens and describes his trade as "booming."
CIA says it didn't hide its doubts about claim that Iraq tried to buy uranium from Niger - 6/13/03 11:33 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The CIA shared with other U.S. agencies its doubts about prewar reports -- later proven false -- that Iraq sought uranium from Niger, a senior intelligence official says.
Explosions on gas pipeline in northern Iraq - 6/13/03 11:07 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Two explosions damaged an oil pipeline in northern Iraq in what Turkey's foreign minister called sabotage, but U.S. and another Turkish official said may have been an accident.
Biggest U.S. military assault since war targets Saddam loyalists - 6/13/03 9:51 AM
BALAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. forces killed 27 Iraqi fighters in a ground and air pursuit Friday after the Iraqis attacked an American tank patrol north of Baghdad, bringing the opposition death toll in four days of skirmishes to about 100, according to the military.
Captured Iraqis giving information about possible weapons locations, commander says - 6/13/03 9:38 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Captured Iraqis have given U.S. interrogators information about possible chemical and biological weapons sites, the commander of American ground troops in Iraq said Friday.
U.S. forces kill 27 who attack a tank patrol, military says - 6/13/03 6:22 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. forces killed 27 Iraqi fighters in a ground and air pursuit Friday after the Iraqis attacked an American tank patrol north of Baghdad, the military said.
Investigation or not, House Intelligence leaders agree to WMD review - 6/13/03 2:47 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Republican and Democratic leaders of the House Intelligence Committee have reached an agreement on how to examine prewar intelligence on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction.
CIA says it didn't hide its doubts about claim that Iraq tried to buy uranium from Niger - 6/13/03 2:46 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The CIA shared with other U.S. agencies its doubts about prewar reports -- later proven false -- that Iraq sought uranium from Niger, a senior intelligence official says.
CIA says it didn't hide its doubts about claim that Iraq tried to buy Nigerian uranium - 6/13/03 2:16 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The CIA shared with other U.S. agencies its doubts about prewar reports -- later proven false -- that Iraq sought uranium from Niger, a senior intelligence official says.
For investment, protection or business, Iraqis buy, hoard weapons - 6/13/03 1:27 AM
BASRA, Iraq (AP) -- Hussein fidgets in his chair and looks around as he answers questions about his arms business. After much coaxing and encouragement from friends, he softens and describes his trade as "booming."
Iraq native pleads guilty to money laundering charge - 6/13/03 12:05 AM
SEATTLE (AP) -- A native of Iraq pleaded guilty to a money laundering charge Thursday for wiring more than $12 million to his homeland in violation of the U.S. embargo.

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