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Wednesday  June 25, 2003

Al-Jazeera satellite station receives claim of responsibility for recent attacks on U.S. soldiers in Iraq - 6/25/03 8:51 PM
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- The Arab satellite station Al-Jazeera on Thursday reported it had received a statement and videotape from an Iraqi resistance group that claimed responsibility for attacks on American forces and promised more.
Nominee to head U.S. Central Command perplexed about Iraqi intelligence - 6/25/03 7:46 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush's nominee to oversee U.S. forces in Iraq told a Senate panel Wednesday that he is perplexed that Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction have not been found, but is confident they will be.
House Democrats continue push for deeper investigation into Iraq's banned weapons - 6/25/03 7:22 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- House Democrats renewed their push Wednesday for a deeper investigation into the handling of intelligence on Iraq's weapons program.
Former Iraqi weapons scientist unearths parts from old nuclear program - 6/25/03 7:12 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A former Iraqi nuclear scientist has provided American authorities parts and documents from Saddam Hussein's nuclear weapons program from over 12 years ago, a U.S. intelligence official said Wednesday.
Reconstruction conference for Iraq won't take place unless a representative Iraqi government is in place, U.N. official says - 6/25/03 5:26 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Contributors to an international fund to rebuild Iraq won't even agree to meet until there is a representative interim government in place in Baghdad, the U.N. humanitarian coordinator for Iraq said Wednesday.
British forces hunt killers of troops in southern Iraq - 6/25/03 3:18 PM
MAJAR AL-KABIR, Iraq (AP) -- British forces hunted on Wednesday for Iraqis who killed six of their colleagues during a shooting rampage in which gunmen overwhelmed a group of badly outnumbered military police -- including four cornered inside a police station.
Nominee to head U.S. Central Command perplexed about Iraqi intelligence - 6/25/03 2:24 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush's nominee to oversee U.S. forces in Iraq told a Senate panel Wednesday that he is perplexed that Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction have not been found, but is confident they will be.
Blair aide admits mistake in copying material from Internet; Blair questioned about troops in Iraq - 6/25/03 2:08 PM
LONDON (AP) -- A senior aide to Prime Minister Tony Blair acknowledged Wednesday that the British government made a mistake by including material from a graduate thesis posted on the Internet in a government dossier on Iraq's weapons capability.
Blair aide admits mistake in copying material from Internet - 6/25/03 1:31 PM
LONDON (AP) -- Prime Minister Tony Blair's communications chief acknowledged Wednesday that the government made a mistake when it used material from a graduate thesis posted on the Internet to help build a case for military action in Iraq.
British forces search Iraqi province for killers of six U.K. troops - 6/25/03 1:18 PM
MAJAR AL-KABIR, Iraq (AP) -- British forces were hunting down gunmen who killed six British military police after a violent demonstration that left four Iraqi civilians dead, a British Army official said Wednesday.
British ultimatum demands surrender of killers of six U.K. troops - 6/25/03 1:16 PM
MAJAR AL-KABIR, Iraq (AP) -- British forces were hunting down gunmen who killed six British military police after a violent demonstration that left four Iraqi civilians dead, a British Army official said Wednesday.
Names of British soldiers killed in southern Iraq - 6/25/03 11:56 AM
Names of British soldiers killed Tuesday in Majar Al-Kabir in southern Iraq. They served with the 156 Provost Company of the Royal Military Police. Source: British Ministry of Defense.
Top U.S. official in Iraq urges pace with difficult transition from war to peace - 6/25/03 10:44 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The American people will need to show patience with the turbulent recovery in war-torn Iraq because a return to normalcy "isn't going to happen overnight," a top U.S. official said Wednesday.
British ultimatum demands surrender of killers of six U.K. troops - 6/25/03 9:33 AM
MAJAR AL-KABIR, Iraq (AP) -- British forces gave civilian leaders in this town 48 hours to hand over gunmen who killed six military policemen after a violent demonstration that left four Iraqi civilians dead, a municipal official said Wednesday.
British troops killed by townspeople angered by civilian deaths, police say - 6/25/03 6:57 AM
MAJAR AL-KABIR, Iraq (AP) -- An angry Iraqi crowd killed six British soldiers because the troops had slain four Iraqi civilians during a demonstration, police said Wednesday, a day after the shootings.
MAJAR AL-KABIR: them seriously. - 6/25/03 6:32 AM
According to Nimeh, the British did not say how they would respond if the attackers were not handed over before the 48-hour deadline.
MAJAR AL-KABIR: of privacy." - 6/25/03 6:20 AM
Armed Iraqis killed two of the British soldiers at the scene of the demonstration -- in front of the mayor's office -- and then stormed a police station and killed four other British soldiers after a two-hour gunbattle, a pair of Iraqi policemen said.
MAJAR AL-KABIR: Majar al-Kabir. - 6/25/03 6:16 AM
Townspeople furious over the deaths of four civilians during a demonstration Tuesday in this southern Iraqi town shot and killed six British military police, local police said Wednesday.
British officials demand surrender of Iraqis blamed for British troop killings - 6/25/03 6:12 AM
MAJAR AL-KABIR, Iraq (AP) -- British forces gave civilian leaders in this town 48 hours to hand over gunmen who killed six British military police after a violent demonstration that left four Iraqis dead, a municipal official said Wednesday.
Town where soldiers died was tense because of armed locals, official says - 6/25/03 5:24 AM
LONDON (AP) -- Defense Secretary Geoff Hoon on Wednesday said the southern Iraqi town where six British military police died had been tense because local people routinely carried weapons including machine guns.
Furious townspeople chased down and killed British troops, police say - 6/25/03 4:22 AM
MAJAR AL-KABIR, Iraq (AP) -- Six British military police killed in southern Iraq were slain by armed townspeople angry over civilian deaths during a demonstration, local police said Wednesday.
MAJAR AL-KABIR: flak jackets. - 6/25/03 4:03 AM
The U.S. military said Tuesday there had been 25 attacks on coalition forces over a 24-hour period, including a firefight in Ramadi, west of Baghdad, that killed four Iraqis and wounded two American soldiers and two Iraqis.
MAJAR AL-KABIR: on staying. - 6/25/03 3:59 AM
On Wednesday, the station bore the marks of a large gunbattle, with walls pocked full of bullet holes. Broken glass and dried blood stains covered the floor.
MAJAR AL-KABIR: that account. - 6/25/03 3:51 AM
A British military spokesman, Capt. Adam Marchant-Wincott, said he could not confirm the witness accounts. He said, however, that it was possible that there had been an agreement between British forces and local police allowing the locals to take over security for the city.
MAJAR AL-KABIR: Faddhel said. - 6/25/03 3:48 AM
Abu Zahraa, a 30-year-old local vendor, also said that Iraqi civilians were killed by British soldiers during a demonstration earlier Tuesday against the presence of British forces in the city. He said the British had formally agreed a day earlier to let local police patrol the city.
Supporters and opponents of war in Iraq back major donors conference in October - 6/25/03 2:11 AM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Countries that once stood on opposite sides of the debate over war against Saddam Hussein will meet in October to raise money for Iraq's reconstruction, the United Nations said.
Attacks on British troops show spreading resistance in Iraq - 6/25/03 2:00 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The killing of six British soldiers in an Iraqi police station raises fears that violence is spreading to formerly calm regions and pushing the nation into guerrilla warfare despite assurances by U.S. officials that they are mopping up resistance.
Despite the odds, Iraqi theater lives on - 6/25/03 1:54 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Halfway through an adaptation of William Shakespeare's Othello, the power at the al-Rashid Theater goes off.
A new experience for Iraqis _ watching satellite TV - 6/25/03 1:26 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- After years of all-Saddam-most-of-the-time, it comes as quite a change for Iraqis to watch "Tom and Jerry" and the Arabic version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."

The Above Headlines were gathered from various news sites.

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