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Some Headlines Of Today

Sunday  June 22, 2003

Iraq resumes oil exports, but sabotage, looting hold up flow of fresh oil in pipelines. - 6/22/03 5:16 PM
KIRKUK, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq re-entered the world oil market Sunday with its first shipment of crude since the war, but sabotage and looting along its largest pipeline delayed the flow of freshly pumped oil -- the key to the reconstruction of an economy devastated by sanctions and war.
Soldiers edgier, Iraqis angrier as attacks spur tighter security - 6/22/03 2:56 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- U.S. troops are quicker to pull weapons now. They keep cars at a distance. They frisk pedestrians. They break into homes to seize weapons and men.
Bush administration credibility at stake on WMD question, says GOP Sen. Hagel - 6/22/03 2:35 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The question of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction has left a cloud over the Bush administration's credibility that won't be removed until Americans know whether the administration was straightforward with them, a Republican member of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Sunday.
Security in Iraq, salvaging Arab-Israeli peace plan take center stage at global forum - 6/22/03 1:01 PM
SOUTHERN SHUNEH, Jordan (AP) -- The U.S. administrator of Iraq promised on Sunday that the country will become an "open, vibrant place to do business," but an Iraqi businessman told him that dream was impossible unless security improved.
Overwhelmed by daily grind, artists in Iraq's chaotic capital struggle for inspiration - 6/22/03 12:15 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A dark canvas etched with fine knife cuts hangs on the wall of the Hewar gallery. In the corner stands a skeletal-faced bronze in a soldier's overcoat, turning his back on three figures with severed heads.
Iraq exports first oil to world markets since war - 6/22/03 10:37 AM
CEYHAN OIL TERMINAL, Turkey (AP) -- Iraq returned to the world oil market Sunday, exporting its first crude oil since the U.S.-led invasion, a step crucial for paying for the country's reconstruction.
Explosion at fuel pipeline west of Baghdad; oil exports resume - 6/22/03 10:06 AM
HIT, Iraq (AP) -- A fuel pipeline exploded and caught fire west of Baghdad, a possible act of sabotage that sent flames high into the sky, as Iraq returned to world oil markets Sunday with its first crude oil exports since the U.S.-led invasion.
HIT, Iraq: the fire. - 6/22/03 9:48 AM
Huge flames shot up from the site of the explosion -- an outpost in a barren desert -- and no one appeared to be attempting to douse the flames on Sunday.
HIT, Iraq: the capital. - 6/22/03 9:45 AM
The new violence -- the latest in a string of attacks on soldiers and infrastructure -- pointed to the continuing instability even as Iraq made its first oil export since the U.S.-led invasion, returning to world markets in a step key to financing the country's reconstruction.
CEYHAN OIL TERMINAL: oil industry - 6/22/03 7:51 AM
Iraq is expected to start shipping oil from its other major outlet, the Gulf terminal of Mina al-Bakr, on June 28.
Explosion at fuel pipeline west of Baghdad - 6/22/03 6:14 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A fuel pipeline exploded and caught fire west of Baghdad, the U.S. military said, and flames were seen Sunday reaching high into the sky.
Explosion at oil pipeline west of Baghdad - 6/22/03 5:56 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A fuel pipeline exploded and caught fire west of Baghdad, the U.S. military said, and flames were seen Sunday reaching high into the sky.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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