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Washington BureauPresident Bush on Wednesday indignantly rejected complaints that he had exaggerated Saddam Hussein's prewar arsenal and issued a defiant challenge to Iraqis who attack U.S. occupation forces: "Bring them on." In remarks to reporters at the White House, a...
From Wire ReportsBAGHDAD, Iraq - At least 35 people were killed and 200 more were wounded in yesterday's suicide bomb attacks against three police stations and the Red Cross headquarters, prompting aid agencies to consider withdrawing their staffs and underscoring the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Under pressure from the persistent violence in Iraq, President Bush said yesterday that the United States was engaged in a period of "testing" and likened the challenge in Iraq to the reconstruction of Japan and Germany after World War II....
Los Angeles TimesNAJAF, Iraq - An armed Shiite Muslim revolt intensified across southern Iraq yesterday, spreading to previously quiet areas and leaving a dozen Marines dead in one clash. The U.S.-led coalition was struggling to contain the strife in Sunni and Shiite...
Associated PressWASHINGTON - A United Nations team heading to Iraq to help break the impasse over creating a transitional government is expecting White House support for its recommendations, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said yesterday. Annan said a U.N. team...
Tags: Kofi Annan, Iraq, United Nations, Executive Branch, Government
Chicago TribuneBAGHDAD, Iraq -- A suicide car bomber, driving through a hail of bullets toward a barricaded hotel used by American contractors and Iraqi politicians, set off a powerful blast yesterday that killed at least six Iraqis and wounded more than 35 people,...
Sentinel Staff WriterOn the eve of the September 11 anniversary, Florida National Guard soldiers still stuck in Iraq worried that they may be here until February or later. The cause of their concern is the new Defense Department policy, designed to simplify and spread the...
Tags: Defense, Jeb Bush, Iraq, Armed Forces, Family
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - A bedraggled Saddam Hussein was seized by American forces in a nighttime raid, climaxing an eight-month manhunt and giving President Bush and the U.S.-led occupation an enormous lift. Hussein, disheveled and appearing confused, was "caught...
From Wire ReportsBAGHDAD, Iraq - Amid growing frustration over efforts to rebuild Iraq and the inability to halt attacks on American soldiers, the top U.S. administrator in Iraq abruptly arrived in Washington for talks yesterday, and the senior U.S. military commander...
From Wire ReportsBAGHDAD, Iraq - Bush administration officials confirmed yesterday that Jay Garner, the retired lieutenant general who is the top civil administrator in Iraq, is to leave here in a week or two and that other senior officials here also are to be replaced....
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Secretary of State Colin L. Powell said yesterday that he and other top officials kept President Bush "fully informed ... in general terms" about complaints made by the Red Cross and others over ill-treatment of detainees in U.S. custody....
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - American forces killed Saddam Hussein's widely feared sons Odai and Qusai during a six-hour firefight yesterday at a hideout in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, the U.S. military command announced in Baghdad. Acting on a tip supplied by...
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