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Some Headlines Of Today

Saturday  June 14, 2003

U.S. troops begin massive search for suspected militia leaders in central Iraqi town - 6/14/03 11:54 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Hundreds of U.S. Army troops wearing night vision equipment raided the conservative town of Fallujah west of Baghdad early Sunday, hunting for suspected militia leaders and searching for illegal weapons in a major operation.
Villagers mourn relatives killed by Americans after tank ambush - 6/14/03 10:06 PM
ELHEER, Iraq (AP) -- Gathered in tents, Iraqi villagers wailed and recited Islamic verses Saturday to mourn a 70-year-old farmer, three of his sons and another relative -- civilians they say U.S. forces mistakenly killed in their hunt for Saddam Hussein loyalists.
FALLUJAH, Iraq: amnesty program. - 6/14/03 8:20 PM
The raid against Fallujah followed an extensive action last week, dubbed Operation Peninsula Strike, against the so-called "Sunni triangle" north and west of Baghdad. That operation was completed successfully, the military said Sunday.
FALLUJAH, Iraq: "Spartan Scorpion." - 6/14/03 8:05 PM
The initial thrust against the city 37 miles from the capital met no resistance, but Iraqis flashed their porch lights in apparent warning to each other that American troops were coming.
U.S. forces capture Iraqi air force commander who was No. 17 on most-wanted list - 6/14/03 7:19 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Coalition forces said Saturday they had captured former Iraqi air force commander Hamid Raja Shalah al-Tikriti, who was No. 17 on the U.S. Central Command's most-wanted list.
Hunt goes on for Iraqi leaders on most-wanted list - 6/14/03 5:30 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The U.S.-led coalition has detained more than half of its 55 most-wanted Iraqi leaders, but the fate of ousted President Saddam Hussein and his sons remains unknown.
After weeks of hit-and-run attacks, U.S. kicks off counterinsurgency campaign in Iraq - 6/14/03 4:31 PM
RAMADI, Iraq (AP) -- The hardcore remnants Saddam Hussein's regime have moved from taking potshots at American soldiers to tougher tactics -- ambushes and drive-by shootings -- and in the process are drawing U.S. forces into a new counterinsurgency war.
Villagers mourn relatives killed by Americans after tank ambush - 6/14/03 3:46 PM
ELHEER, Iraq (AP) -- Gathered in tents, Iraqi villagers wailed and recited Islamic verses Saturday to mourn a 70-year-old farmer, three of his sons and another relative -- civilians they say U.S. forces mistakenly killed in their hunt for Saddam Hussein loyalists.
Long-divided Iraqi Kurds step up cooperation - 6/14/03 3:37 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The two main Iraqi Kurdish groups moved to unite the administration of their two competing strongholds in the Kurdish enclave of northern Iraq, confirming Saturday they will present an outline by month's end on a single government.
Hunt goes on for Iraqi leaders on most-wanted list - 6/14/03 1:15 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The U.S.-led coalition has detained more than half of its 55 most-wanted Iraqi leaders, but the fate of ousted President Saddam Hussein and his sons remains unknown.
Townspeople: U.S. forces killed five civilians in response to attack on tank patrol - 6/14/03 10:30 AM
BALAD, Iraq (AP) -- Wailing and reciting verses, dozens of Iraqi villagers on Saturday mourned five civilians they said U.S. forces killed in their hunt for Saddam Hussein loyalists, the biggest American operation since the war ended two months ago.
Coalition troops kill Iraqi detainee, injure seven in escape attempt - 6/14/03 7:52 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Coalition troops foiled an escape attempt by Iraqi detainees at a prison complex west of Baghdad, shooting one dead and injuring seven others, the U.S.-led coalition forces said Saturday.
Battle north of Baghdad gives glimpse of evolving U.S. strategy - 6/14/03 7:19 AM
BALAD, Iraq (AP) -- A battle between tanks and guerrillas north of Baghdad shows the strategy U.S. forces are trying to use in their fight against pro-Saddam holdouts: draw opponents into the open, then pound them with helicopters and armor.
Once banned, US dollar returns to center stage in Iraq - 6/14/03 2:31 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- For much of Saddam Hussein's regime, possession of U.S. dollars was a crime punishable by the amputation of a hand. But nowadays the greenback is the hottest item in Baghdad.
Army maintenance unit was waved in wrong direction at American checkpoint - 6/14/03 1:54 AM
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.
Once banned, US dollar returns to center stage in Iraq - 6/14/03 1:48 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- For much of Saddam Hussein's regime, possession of U.S. dollars was a crime punishable by the amputation of a hand. But nowadays the greenback is the hottest item in Baghdad.
Iraqis still frustrated by disabled telephone system - 6/14/03 1:48 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Before the war, Baghdadis who needed an ambulance dialed 122.
Weeks after Bush's declaration of victory, U.S. troops still fighting and dying in Iraq - 6/14/03 1:40 AM
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.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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