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Tuesday  June 24, 2003

Supporters and opponents of war in Iraq back major donors conference in October - 6/24/03 10:34 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Supporters and opponents of the U.S.-led war in Iraq endorsed a planned donors conference Tuesday to finance the reconstruction of the country through 2004.
Rumsfeld says senior Iraqis were not killed in attack near Syria - 6/24/03 6:54 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- There is no evidence that senior Iraqi leaders were among those killed in a U.S. attack on a convoy last week near the Syrian border, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Tuesday.
Foreign secretary admits embarrassment over British intelligence dossier on Iraq - 6/24/03 6:39 PM
LONDON (AP) -- A British dossier on Iraqi weapons of mass destruction which included material lifted from a graduate thesis on the Internet was an embarrassment for the government, Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said Tuesday.
Only two lawmakers review intelligence documents - 6/24/03 6:30 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A congressional Republican says Democrats who are demanding more intelligence information on Iraqi weapons should be spending more time looking at classified material made available a week ago.
Six British soldiers killed in police station in southern Iraq, eight wounded - 6/24/03 6:14 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Six British soldiers were killed in a police station in southern Iraq and eight were wounded in a nearby ambush Tuesday, marking the deadliest day of attacks on coalition forces since the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime.
Six British soldiers killed in southern Iraq, eight wounded - 6/24/03 5:52 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Six British soldiers were killed and eight wounded in southern Iraq in a series of attacks on coalition forces Tuesday that marked one of the deadliest days since the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime.
A new experience for Iraqis _ watching satellite TV - 6/24/03 5:27 PM
U.S. forces interrogating Iraqis about pilot missing since 1991 - 6/24/03 4:43 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. forces interrogating some Iraqi prisoners are seeking details about the case of Navy pilot Michael Scott Speicher, missing since his fighter jet was shot down on the opening night of the 1991 Persian Gulf War, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Tuesday.
Turkey now says U.S. coalition can use its bases, ports to rebuild Iraq - 6/24/03 4:18 PM
ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP) -- Turkey will open its military bases, ports and airports to the U.S.-led coalition for logistical support in the rebuilding of Iraq, officials said Tuesday.
Blair's communications chief faces questioning in Parliament - 6/24/03 4:16 PM
LONDON (AP) -- Prime Minister Tony Blair's communications chief faces a public grilling Wednesday about whether he hyped the government's case for invading Iraq.
Rumsfeld says senior Iraqis were not killed in attack near Syria - 6/24/03 3:56 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- There is no evidence that senior Iraqi leaders were among those killed in a U.S. attack on a convoy last week near the Syrian border, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Tuesday.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: he said. - 6/24/03 3:27 PM
The attacks near the town of Amarah were a surprise outbreak of violence in Iraq's largely Shiite south, which has largely been quiet even as American troops in central and western Iraq have come under near daily hit-and-run attacks.
At launch of conference on Iraq's reconstruction, Iraq says it wants to be active player on world scene - 6/24/03 3:22 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- At the launch of the first conference on Iraq's reconstruction, an Iraqi delegation chosen by the U.S.-led coalition said Tuesday its presence shows that the country wants to be "an active player" in the international community after years of isolation.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: British soldiers. - 6/24/03 3:22 PM
The deaths and a subsequent attack occurred within a few miles of each other near Amarah, about 100 miles north of the city of Basra.
U.S. forces sort through the dead and captured after suspected fugitives chased to Iraq-Syrian border - 6/24/03 2:44 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Information from a former top aide of Saddam Hussein led American commando forces to chase a convoy of suspected Iraqi fugitives near the Iraqi-Syrian border.
Six British soldiers killed in Iraq in deadliest attack on coalition since Saddam's fall - 6/24/03 2:08 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqis ambushed British forces in southern Iraq on Tuesday, killing six troops and wounding eight others in the deadliest day of combat for coalition forces since the fall of Saddam Hussein.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: that attack. - 6/24/03 1:22 PM
Late Monday, insurgents fired a rocket-propelled grenade at the mayor's office in Fallujah, the latest in a series of attacks against people believed to be cooperating with U.S. occupation forces in Iraq.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: by American commandos. - 6/24/03 1:10 PM
British Defense Secretary Geoff Hoon said he would make a statement on the attacks later Tuesday in the House of Commons.
BAGHDAD, Iraq: wounded seriously. - 6/24/03 1:03 PM
In the first attack, British troops were fired upon by Iraqis, but Abbott declined to give further details. Both attacks occurred near the southern town of Amarah.
Senators call for more information on cost of Iraq war, reconstruction - 6/24/03 1:02 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld should tell the Senate as soon as possible how much more money and time America will spend in Iraq, senators said after a Pentagon meeting Tuesday.
Six British troops killed, eight injured in southern Iraq - 6/24/03 11:57 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Six British soldiers were killed and eight others were wounded in southern Iraq on Tuesday, Prime Minister Tony Blair's office said.
Six British troops killed, eight injured in southern Iraq - 6/24/03 11:57 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Six British soldiers were killed and eight others were wounded in southern Iraq on Tuesday, Prime Minister Tony Blair's office said.
LONDON: office said. - 6/24/03 11:30 AM
All personnel on board the helicopter were taken to a field hospital for treatment, the Ministry of Defense said. It is investigating whether the two attacks are related.
Six British killed, eight wounded in separate Iraq attacks - 6/24/03 11:20 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Six British soldiers were killed and eight others were wounded in two separate attacks in southern Iraq, Prime Minister Tony Blair's office said Tuesday.
U.N. humanitarian workers stress need for better security to rebuild Iraq - 6/24/03 11:14 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- U.N. officials on Tuesday called for the establishment of a representative Iraqi interim authority to help lead efforts in rebuilding a country torn by war, looting and increasingly organized violence.
Mayor's office attacked in Iraqi city of Fallujah - 6/24/03 11:04 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Attackers shot and wounded seven British troops in southern Iraq on Tuesday, and a firefight elsewhere left three Iraqis dead and an American soldier wounded, the latest casualties from 25 attacks on U.S.-led forces in 24 hours.
British troops wounded during attack in southern Iraq - 6/24/03 10:12 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Three British soldiers were critically wounded Tuesday when they were attacked in southern Iraq by unknown assailants, the Ministry of Defense said.
U.N. refugee agency says thousands of Palestinians evicted from their Baghdad homes - 6/24/03 8:19 AM
GENEVA (AP) -- Thousands of Palestinians have been evicted from their homes in Baghdad since the fall of Saddam Hussein, who gave them asylum and cheap rents, the United Nations refugee agency said Tuesday.
U.S. forces sort through the dead and captured after suspected fugitives chased to Iraq-Syrian border - 6/24/03 8:05 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Information from a former top aide of Saddam Hussein led American commando forces to chase a convoy of suspected Iraqi fugitives near the Iraqi-Syrian border.
Mayor's office attacked in Iraqi city of Fallujah - 6/24/03 7:21 AM
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Iraqi insurgents fired a rocket-propelled grenade at the mayor's office in this restive city west of Baghdad -- the latest in a series of attacks against people thought to be cooperating with U.S. occupation forces.
War is Iraq is `over,' but families cope alone - 6/24/03 6:30 AM
McFARLAND, Wis. (AP) -- Nobody asks Sheryl Leemon anymore about the red, white, blue and gold ribbons she pins to her shirt.
Iraqi delegation at United Nations underscores difficulties of transition - 6/24/03 2:04 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Faris Abdulrazzaq Alasam's job during the U.S.-led war was to keep Baghdad's water flowing for the Iraqi regime.
Chief U.N. inspectors criticizes U.S. for insisting Iraq has weapons and not producing evidence - 6/24/03 1:59 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Chief U.N. inspector Hans Blix criticized the United States for insisting so vehemently that Iraq has weapons of mass destruction and not producing the evidence.
U.S. forces sort through the dead and captured after fugitives chased to Iraq-Syrian border - 6/24/03 1:57 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Information from a former top aide of Saddam Hussein led American commando forces to chase a convoy of suspected Iraqi fugitives to the Iraqi-Syrian border.

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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