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Some Headlines Of Today

Tuesday  June 17, 2003

Iraqi patience frays with U.S. crackdown, now in its third day - 6/17/03 10:10 PM
More wounded military personnel from Iraq war hospitalized in U.S. - 6/17/03 7:35 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Four more wounded military personnel from the Iraq war have arrived at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
Iraqi patience frays with U.S. crackdown, now in its third day - 6/17/03 6:33 PM
Civilians say military fired indiscriminately after explosion - 6/17/03 6:03 PM
MUSHAHIDAH, Iraq (AP) -- When a convoy of Fourth Infantry Division soldiers was caught in an ambush on Sunday, the soldiers opened fire to protect themselves and an Iraqi civilian bus was caught in the crossfire, the military said a day after the incident.
Democrat calls for independent probe of Bush's statements on Iraq - 6/17/03 5:55 PM
ATLANTIC, Iowa (AP) -- Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean on Tuesday called for an independent investigation of President Bush and his justification for the U.S.-led war against Iraq, arguing that the commander in chief misled the country.
Pentagon considers making embedding reporters permanent policy - 6/17/03 5:52 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Attaching journalists to U.S. military units headed for battle may become an official Pentagon policy, the Defense Department's spokeswoman said Tuesday.
House panel rejects Democratic resolution on Iraqi weapons intelligence - 6/17/03 5:49 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- House Republicans rejected a Democratic resolution Tuesday aimed at forcing President Bush to provide intelligence materials on which he based his claims that Iraq's weapons of mass destruction threatened the United States.
Lawmakers criticize tobacco company for sending military personnel freebies - 6/17/03 5:03 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The nation's leading snuff maker flouted military policy and tried to attract new customers by sending free samples to Marines stationed in Iraq, two lawmakers contend.
Pentagon considers making embedding reporters permanent policy - 6/17/03 4:21 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Attaching journalists to U.S. military units headed for battle may become an official Pentagon policy, the Defense Department's spokeswoman said Tuesday.
Iraqi patience frays with U.S. crackdown, now in its third day - 6/17/03 3:39 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. soldiers arrested more than 400 people in northern and central Iraq, part of a campaign against insurgents who added a new tactic Tuesday: targeting Iraqi civilians deemed too close to America.
British government exaggerated Iraq threat, former ministers tell inquiry - 6/17/03 2:33 PM
LONDON (AP) -- An inquiry into Britain's decision to wage war in Iraq opened Tuesday with two former ministers testifying that the government manipulated intelligence about Saddam Hussein's weapons programs to bolster the case for an attack.
U.S. troops swelter under the Iraqi sun, endure guerrilla attacks - 6/17/03 2:18 PM
HABANIYAH, Iraq (AP) -- In the back of a Bradley fighting vehicle, the still air soars to 130 degrees and sweat stains the soldiers' desert camouflage uniforms as they patrol central Iraq, hunting for insurgents.
For two partners in small business, Iraq's changes bring hope, sweep away old notions - 6/17/03 1:44 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The Iqra'a bookstore in Baghdad's old quarter says much about Iraq today.
U.S. soldier killed by sniper; suspected insurgents shoot offices of Iraqi officials - 6/17/03 8:49 AM
KHALDIYAH, Iraq (AP) -- A sniper killed a U.S. soldier on patrol in Baghdad with a single shot, while gunmen targeted Iraqi officials in nearby towns in drive-by shootings likely designed to intimidate them against cooperating with Americans, the military said Tuesday.
British lawmakers start inquiry into intelligence on Iraq's weapons - 6/17/03 8:13 AM
LONDON (AP) -- The British government made selective use of intelligence to justify going to war with Iraq, a former senior Cabinet minister told lawmakers Tuesday on the first day of a parliamentary inquiry studying the issue.
America's drive to win over suspicious Iraqis highlights cultural divide - 6/17/03 5:35 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- They hand out soccer balls to children and halt traffic so elderly people can safely cross busy streets. They high-five bemused youngsters who follow them everywhere.
U.S. soldier killed by sniper fire while on patrol - 6/17/03 3:31 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. soldier on patrol in northern Baghdad was killed by a single shot from a sniper, the military said Tuesday.
America's drive to win over suspicious Iraqis highlights cultural divide - 6/17/03 1:36 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- They hand out soccer balls to children and halt traffic so elderly people can safely cross busy streets. They high-five bemused youngsters who follow them everywhere.

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