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Friday  June 20, 2003

Calif. man identified as soldier killed by rocket-propelled grenade in Iraq - 6/20/03 10:34 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Defense Department has identified Spc. Paul T. Nakamura of Santa Fe Springs, Calif., as the soldier who died in Iraq Thursday when the vehicle he was traveling in was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade.
Nuclear experts account for most of uranium looted from key Iraqi nuclear facility, envoys say - 6/20/03 7:05 PM
VIENNA, Austria (AP) -- Experts from the U.N. atomic agency have accounted for tons of uranium feared looted from Iraq's largest nuclear research facility, diplomats said Friday.
VIENNA: atomic weapons. - 6/20/03 6:53 PM
The experts, who began their work at the Tuwaitha research facility June 7, were restricted by U.S. forces to determining how much damage was done to the plant during the war and what went missing.
VIENNA: accounted for. - 6/20/03 6:52 PM
Although at least 20 percent of the containers which stored the uranium were taken from the site, it appeared that looters had dumped the uranium before taking the barrels.
U.N. to appeal for $259 million for Iraq's humanitarian needs until end of year - 6/20/03 5:50 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The United Nations will launch an appeal Monday for an additional $259 million to meet the humanitarian needs of the Iraqi people until the end of the year, a U.N. official said Friday.
Rebel British lawmaker says fraudulent report proves he is victim of conspiracy - 6/20/03 5:32 PM
LONDON (AP) -- A British lawmaker declared he was the victim of a conspiracy Friday after an American newspaper that linked him financially to Saddam Hussein's regime said its story was based on fraudulent documents.
Senate Intelligence panel leaders reach agreement on Iraq inquiry - 6/20/03 5:05 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee reached agreement Friday on how to examine prewar intelligence on Iraq and determine whether it was manipulated, avoiding a partisan split on an inquiry that could have political consequences for 2004.
Attacks persist in Iraq; clerics rail against Americans - 6/20/03 2:51 PM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Attacks against U.S. forces showed no sign of letting up Friday after a rocket-propelled grenade slammed into a power station in Fallujah, injuring two American soldiers and blacking out much of the city -- a center of anti-American hostility.
Changes of command force U.S. Army officers to leave their troops behind - 6/20/03 2:07 PM
HABANIYAH, Iraq (AP) -- Capt. Chris Carter stood on an Iraqi soccer field as the sun peeked over the horizon Friday morning and prepared himself to hand over command of the infantry company he led into combat.
Warner says security in Iraq hindered by inability to capture Saddam - 6/20/03 1:37 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Doubts about the fate of Saddam Hussein have contributed to the rising violence against U.S. forces in Iraq, the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee said Friday.
Kurds warn that al-Qaida linked militia may be returning to northern Iraq - 6/20/03 1:31 PM
TUWELLA, Iraq (AP) -- Beyond the ridge where the Zagros Mountains divide Iran and Iraq, several hundred Islamic militants vanished into the early spring snow.
Rocket-propelled grenade injures two soldiers, destroys power transformer in Fallujah - 6/20/03 11:11 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- A rocket-propelled grenade slammed into an electrical transformer near U.S. troops in Fallujah, injuring two soldiers and sending a tower of flame into the night sky, witnesses and the U.S. military said Friday.
Arab traditions helped shelter key Saddam aide - 6/20/03 6:39 AM
TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) -- Saddam Hussein's top aide managed to evade U.S. forces for a time by sleeping on a mat in the home of an Iraqi family who refused to turn him in because of the tradition in Arab and Muslim countries of protecting guests.
Sabotage knocks out power in town west of Baghdad - 6/20/03 6:08 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Attackers blew up a power transformer with a rocket-propelled grenade, injuring two U.S. soldiers and sending a tower of flame into the night sky over the city of Fallujah, witnesses and the U.S. military said Friday.
Sabotage knocks out power in town west of Baghdad - 6/20/03 4:46 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Insurgents used a rocket-propelled grenade to blow up an electrical transformer in the Iraqi city of Fallujah, witnesses said Friday, in the latest sabotage against the infrastructure needed for Iraq's reconstruction.
Seizure of fishing boats stokes fears of score-settling by Iraq's neighbors - 6/20/03 1:27 AM
FAW, Iraq (AP) -- Qassim Hamad saw no reason to worry when Kuwaiti gunboats approached as he and his friends trawled for fish off Iraq's Gulf coast.

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