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Thursday  June 26, 2003

Two U.S. soldiers apparently abducted in Iraq; two others killed - 6/26/03 7:53 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- American troops and helicopters scoured the desert Thursday for two U.S. soldiers who were apparently abducted from an observation post north of Baghdad. Ambushes and hostile fire elsewhere in Iraq killed two U.S. soldiers and two Iraqi civilians and wounded eight other Americans.
Iraq's July oil output may average 1.8 million barrels a day - 6/26/03 7:21 PM
BAGHDAD (Dow Jones/AP) -- Iraq's oil exports in July are expected to exceed 1 million barrels a day despite increasing sabotage to the country's oil infrastructure, the senior U.S. government oil adviser in Iraq told Dow Jones Newswires Thursday.
U.N. terror committee finds no evidence linking Iraq to al-Qaida - 6/26/03 6:54 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The U.N. terrorism committee has found no evidence linking Iraq to al-Qaida and did not investigate Bush administration claims of such ties, officials said Thursday.
One find, two interpretations: Did Iraq reactivate its nuclear weapons program? - 6/26/03 6:14 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House said Thursday that the discovery of documents and parts from Iraq's pre-1991 nuclear weapons efforts supported the Bush administration's contention that Saddam Hussein's government had concealed weapons programs.
Two U.S. soldiers apparently abducted in Iraq; two others killed - 6/26/03 5:05 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- American troops searched Thursday for two U.S. soldiers who were apparently abducted north of Baghdad, while ambushes and hostile fire elsewhere in Iraq killed two American soldiers and two Iraqi civilians.
U.N. terror committee finds no evidence linking Iraq to al-Qaida - 6/26/03 5:04 PM
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The U.N. terrorism committee has found no evidence linking Iraq to al-Qaida and did not investigate Bush administration claims of such ties, officials said Thursday.
Iraq's ex-information minister appears on Arab TV - 6/26/03 4:59 PM
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- Iraq's former information minister, who gained notoriety during the war for wildly implausible claims of victory, went on Arab television Thursday and stood by his statements, saying they came from "many authentic sources."
Attackers ratchet up ambushes against U.S.-led forces in Iraq - 6/26/03 3:29 PM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Bomb and grenade ambushes and hostile fire Thursday killed two American soldiers and two Iraq civilians, signaling increased anti-American resistance in Iraq despite U.S. claims of mopping up opposition. Two American soldiers also were apparently abducted.
Former Iraqi weapons scientist unearths parts from old nuclear program - 6/26/03 2:30 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A former Iraqi nuclear scientist has provided American authorities parts and documents from Saddam Hussein's nuclear weapons program that he claims to have buried more than 12 years ago, the White House said Thursday.
Two U.S. soldiers feared abducted north of Baghdad, official says - 6/26/03 2:11 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Two American soldiers appear to have been abducted in Iraq, defense officials said Thursday.
Senior British officer blames misunderstanding over weapons searches for violent clash in Iraq - 6/26/03 1:49 PM
LONDON (AP) -- A misunderstanding over weapons searches was probably to blame for an attack that wounded eight British paratroopers in southern Iraq this week, a senior British commander in Iraq said Thursday
House rejects proposal for additional Iraq intelligence probes - 6/26/03 11:27 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The House on Thursday rejected two attempts by Democratic lawmakers for additional inquiries into the handling of intelligence on Iraq's weapons programs.
Former U.S. ambassador: Washington unprepared for postwar Iraq - 6/26/03 11:08 AM
LONDON (AP) -- A former U.S. ambassador who had been working with a U.S.-led reconstruction team in Iraq said in an interview broadcast Thursday that Washington failed to prepare to run the country after the war.
Two U.S. soldiers missing in Baghdad, official says - 6/26/03 11:05 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Two U.S. soldiers and their Humvee were missing in Baghdad Thursday, a senior Pentagon official said.
Senior officer blames misunderstanding over weapons searches for British soldiers' deaths - 6/26/03 10:45 AM
LONDON (AP) -- A misunderstanding over weapons searches was probably to blame for an attack that wounded eight British paratroopers in southern Iraq this week, a senior British commander in Iraq said Thursday.
Former U.S. ambassador: Washington unprepared for postwar Iraq - 6/26/03 7:55 AM
LONDON (AP) -- A former U.S. ambassador who had been working with a U.S.-led reconstruction team in Iraq said Thursday that Washington failed to prepare to run the country after the war.
Attackers ratchet up ambushes against U.S. led forces - 6/26/03 6:51 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Assailants launched a wave of ambushes against U.S. forces in Iraq, dropping grenades from an overpass, blowing up a vehicle with a roadside bomb and destroying a civilian SUV traveling with U.S. troops, soldiers and Iraqi police said Thursday. Two U.S. soldiers and two Iraqi civilian ...
Former Iraqi weapons scientist unearths parts from old nuclear program - 6/26/03 5:19 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A former Iraqi nuclear scientist has provided American authorities parts and documents from Saddam Hussein's nuclear weapons program he claims to have buried more than 12 years ago, a U.S. intelligence official says.
U.S. military vehicle ambushed west of Baghdad, one U.S. soldier killed - 6/26/03 4:59 AM
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- A U.S. military vehicle was ambushed Thursday on the western outskirts of Baghdad, and at least one American soldier was killed, soldiers at the scene said.
Harman says review shows Iraq intelligence flaws, but says WMD concerns persist - 6/26/03 4:34 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The early stages of a House Intelligence Committee's review of prewar intelligence on Iraq has found that the administration ignored doubts about Iraq's chemical and biological weapons capability, the panel's top Democrat said
British forces hunt gunmen, consider security measures, after killings by Iraqis - 6/26/03 2:20 AM
MAJAR AL-KABIR, Iraq (AP) -- British officials are considering tightening security and sending more troops to Iraq after what they described as the unprovoked "murder" of six soldiers in an attack that highlighted rising resentment among Shiites over the country's occupation.

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