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Monday  June 16, 2003

U.N. expects to pay more than $100 million to shut down Iraq oil for food program - 6/16/03 11:41 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United Nations expects to pay more than $100 million to shut down Iraq's oil-for-food program, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Monday.
Levin seeks release of Iraq intelligence provided U.N. inspectors - 6/16/03 6:32 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A Democratic senator urged the CIA on Monday to release information that he said would prove the United States withheld from U.N. inspectors key information on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction.
New British envoy to Iraq says he wants to bring country back to Iraqi people - 6/16/03 5:46 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The new British envoy to Iraq said Monday he wants to put the country back in the control of the Iraqi people and focus on improving their lives and promoting reconciliation through justice.
Senators debate WMD reviews ahead of hearings - 6/16/03 5:32 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- With Congress set to begin hearings this week into prewar intelligence on Iraq, senators are trying to come up with some consensus on how to proceed with a formal review.
U.S. troops raid homes in search of weapons, suspects - 6/16/03 3:20 PM
RAMADI, Iraq (AP) -- Led by informants, U.S. soldiers swept into homes of Iraqis suspected in ambushes on Americans, rousing sleeping families and digging up backyards -- lightning raids Monday to find heavy weapons and remnants of Saddam Hussein's regime.
U.S. troops raid more homes in search of weapons, suspected insurgents - 6/16/03 2:31 PM
KHALDIYAH, Iraq (AP) -- Armor-mounted American troops swept through towns and villages west of Baghdad after dawn Monday, arresting suspected resistance leaders and searching for outlawed weapons.
Britain appoints U.N. ambassador as new envoy to Iraq - 6/16/03 10:52 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Britain has appointed its ambassador to the United Nations, Sir Jeremy Greenstock, as the country's new envoy to Iraq, Prime Minister Tony Blair's office announced Monday.
Attacks U.S. military convoys injure four Americans - 6/16/03 8:39 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Ambushers fired rocket-propelled grenades at two U.S. military convoys Sunday, in separate attacks that wounded at least four Americans, two of them seriously, a U.S. military spokesman said Monday.
Attacks on civilian bus, U.S. military convoy injure four Americans - 6/16/03 8:17 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Attacker fired rocket-propelled grenades against a civilian bus and a U.S. military convoy, in separate incidents Sunday that wounded at least four Americans, two of them seriously, a U.S. military spokesman said Monday.
U.S. brigade commander says he is unaware of al-Qaida arrests - 6/16/03 7:36 AM
KIRKUK, Iraq (AP) -- The commander of a brigade that U.S. Central Command said captured 74 suspected al-Qaida sympathizers said Monday that he had no knowledge of any such arrests.
Ex-Iraqi ambassador says Saddam deserved to be overthrown - 6/16/03 3:45 AM
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- Iraq's U.N. ambassador during the final days of Saddam Hussein's regime now says his government deserved to be overthrown -- but it should have been done by Iraqis not the U.S.-led coalition.
Iraqi constables feel straitjacketed by U.S. police methods - 6/16/03 3:30 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Lt. Haitham Saed, whose soft green eyes match his civilian shirt, doesn't have the look of a gritty cop in Baghdad's most crime-ridden neighborhood.
Army of Iraqi Shiites shifts to humanitarian aid, but some fear Iranian influence - 6/16/03 3:08 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Trained to drive tanks and launch rockets, Hussein Ali al-Bahar fought Saddam Hussein for more than two decades as a warrior in the Badr Corps, an army of Iraqi Shiite exiles backed by Iran.
Senators debate WMD reviews ahead of hearings - 6/16/03 2:14 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- With Congress set to begin hearings this week into prewar intelligence on Iraq, senators are trying to come up with some consensus on how to proceed with a formal review.

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