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World News Atlas    Arab Countries     2003   July

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1. 07-01 Bush vows to finish job in Iraq Washington
C. 07-01 Arafat 'could leave Ramallah' West Bank
07-02 Israel hands over Bethlehem West Bank
E. 07-02 Islamist leaders freed Algeria
5. 07-03 U.S. offers $25 million reward for Saddam Baghdad
G. 07-03 Riyadh suspect kills himself Saudi Arabia
7. 07-03 US soldier shot dead Iraq
8. 07-04 Purported Saddam tape urges resistance Iraq
J. 07-04 CIA to study Saddam's tape CIA

Summary.     Click for More > U.S. releases sons' death photos  The provisional authority has released photographs it said were of Uday and Qusay, aimed at convincing skeptical Iraqis Saudi Arabia denies terror links Japan to send troops to Iraq Attack kills 3 US troops U.S.: Military closing in on Saddam Purported voice of Saddam mourns sons Saudis let FBI question man with 9/11 ties 9/11 report sparks U.S.-Saudi spat Refugees make joyful return Iraqi official: Saddam no longer a threat Saddam's daughters in Jordan  Raghad, 35, and Rana, 33, arrived as guests of King Abdullah. They brought with them their 9 children US expert promises WMD 'surprises'
Israel hands over Bethlehem U.S. offers $25 million reward for Saddam Purported Saddam tape urges resistance 2 US soldiers killed Plane crash kills 115 Dems want uranium claim probed Iraq weapons 'unlikely to be found' Iraqi council acts for first time  New governing council cancels all holidays 'linked to the old dictatorial regime' and name April 9, as a new national holiday U.S. in damage control over Iraq Missing Iraq 'mole': Body found  UK official David Kelly denied being the 'mole' in the Iraq WMD dossier row Saddam's sons killed in raid
Jul.2   West Bank
Jul.3   Baghdad
Jul.4   Iraq
Jul.6   Baghdad
Jul.7   Sudan
Jul.8   Washington
Jul.9   London
Jul.13   Iraq
  Washington
Jul.18   England
Jul.22   Mosul
  Uday and Qusay were killed by U.S. troops in the northern city of Mosul after a tipster betrayed their hideout
Jul.24   Iraq
  Saudi Arabia
Jul.25   Japan
Jul.26   Iraq
Jul.27   Sunni Triangle
Jul.29   Iraq
  FBI
  Washington
Jul.30   Iraq
  Iraq
Jul.31   Jordan
  Washington



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Middle East
U.S. offers $25 million reward for Saddam
US soldier shot dead
Purported Saddam tape urges resistance
Blast kills 7 Iraqi police recruits
2 US soldiers killed
Two U.S. soldiers killed
U.S. soldier killed
Iraqis plan war crimes tribunal
Bomb kills US soldier
U.S. soldier killed in blast
Saddam's sons killed in raid
3 US soldiers killed
Attack kills 3 US troops
U.S.: Military closing in on Saddam
Arafat 'could leave Ramallah'
Israel hands over Bethlehem
Purported Saddam tape urges resistance
Iraqi council acts for first time
Ruling council asserts role
Saddam tape marks Baath anniversary
Idi Amin fighting for life
U.S. to show photos of dead sons
U.S. releases sons' death photos
U.S. 'to show Saddam sons' bodies'
Video 'Hussein bodies'
Purported voice of Saddam mourns sons
Saddam's daughters in Jordan
Riyadh suspect kills himself
British journalist killed
Israel to free more prisoners
Iraqis plan war crimes tribunal
Saudi Arabia denies terror links
US army attacked in Baghdad
Al Aqsa leader killed by Israeli troops
US soldier shot dead
Purported Saddam tape urges resistance
Blast kills 7 Iraqi police recruits
Two U.S. soldiers killed
U.S. soldier killed
Bomb kills US soldier
U.S. soldier killed in blast
Iraq
U.S. offers $25 million reward for Saddam
US soldier shot dead
Purported Saddam tape urges resistance
Blast kills 7 Iraqi police recruits
2 US soldiers killed
Two U.S. soldiers killed
U.S. soldier killed
Iraqis plan war crimes tribunal
Bomb kills US soldier
U.S. soldier killed in blast
Saddam's sons killed in raid
Attack kills 3 US troops
U.S.: Military closing in on Saddam
Purported Saddam tape urges resistance
Iraqi council acts for first time
Ruling council asserts role
Saddam tape marks Baath anniversary
U.S. to show photos of dead sons
U.S. releases sons' death photos
U.S. 'to show Saddam sons' bodies'
Video 'Hussein bodies'
Purported voice of Saddam mourns sons
Refugees make joyful return
British journalist killed
Iraqis plan war crimes tribunal
US army attacked in Baghdad
US soldier shot dead
Purported Saddam tape urges resistance
Blast kills 7 Iraqi police recruits
Two U.S. soldiers killed
U.S. soldier killed
Bomb kills US soldier
U.S. soldier killed in blast
USA
Dems want uranium claim probed
Rumsfeld brushes aside WMD fears
US warns of more Iraq attacks
Homecoming delayed for some troops
Bush vows to finish job in Iraq
CIA to study Saddam's tape
Dems want uranium claim probed
U.S. in damage control over Iraq
Saudis let FBI question man with 9/11 ties
US warns of more Iraq attacks
Sunni Triangle
Blast kills 7 Iraqi police recruits
Two U.S. soldiers killed
Bomb kills US soldier
U.S.: Military closing in on Saddam
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Blast kills 7 Iraqi police recruits
Two U.S. soldiers killed
Bomb kills US soldier
Israel
Al Aqsa leader killed by Israeli troops
Arafat 'could leave Ramallah'
Israel hands over Bethlehem
Israel to free more prisoners
Al Aqsa leader killed by Israeli troops
Saudi Arabia Your ad is here
Idi Amin fighting for life
Riyadh suspect kills himself
Saudi Arabia denies terror links
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United Kingdom
Iraq weapons 'unlikely to be found'
Missing Iraq 'mole': Body found
Iraq weapons claims criticised
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Bush vows to finish job in Iraq Israel hands over Bethlehem  Bells rang in Manger Square as Israel turned over the city's security control to the Palestinians Islamist leaders freed   U.S. offers $25 million reward for Saddam  The reward is for information that either leads to his capture or confirms that the former Iraqi leader is dead Riyadh suspect kills himself US soldier shot dead   Purported Saddam tape urges resistance  Al-Jazeera broadcast an audiotape urging Iraqis to protect the 'mujahedeen' in its fight against the 'invaders' CIA to study Saddam's tape Blast kills 7 Iraqi police recruits Israel to free more prisoners 2 US soldiers killed  Soldiers have been killed in separate attacks after their patrols came under attack Iraq weapons claims criticised Plane crash kills 115  A plane has crashed shortly after take-off. Only a 2-year-old child, is said to have survived   Dems want uranium claim probed  Bush's assertion in State of the Union address that Iraq tried to buy uranium in Africa has since admitted was erroneous Rumsfeld brushes aside WMD fears Iraq weapons 'unlikely to be found'  Senior Government figures no longer believe WMD are likely to turn up in Iraq. They believe the weapons did exist Two U.S. soldiers killed Iraqi council acts for first time


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Jul.1  Iraq  US army attacked in Baghdad
  Washington
 West Bank  Arafat 'could leave Ramallah'
Jul.2   West Bank  
  Algeria
 West Bank  Al Aqsa leader killed by Israeli troops
Jul.3   Baghdad  
  Saudi Arabia
  Iraq
Jul.4   Iraq  
  CIA
Jul.5   Sunni Triangle
 Iraq  British journalist killed
Jul.6   Jerusalem
  Baghdad  
Jul.7   England
 Florida  Abizaid takes over U.S. Central Command
  Sudan  
Jul.8  Israel  Abbas cancels Sharon meeting
 Iraq  3 Iraqis killed in police station attack
 Lebanon  Second 'Saddam' tape aired
  Washington  
 West Bank  Palestinian PM quits key post
Jul.9   Washington
  London  
Jul.10   Sunni Triangle
 Bali  Bin Laden 'inspired Bali attacks'
 Washington  Rumsfeld stands by war rationale
 Iraq  Army 'error' led to Lynch capture
Jul.12  Iraq  'Governing council' to convene
Jul.13   Iraq  
  New governing council cancels all holidays 'linked to the old dictatorial regime' and name April 9, as a new national holiday
 Washington  Rice defends uranium claim  Iraq  Intelligence plays down al Qaeda claim   Washington   U.S. in damage control over Iraq   The White House is insisting Bush did not manipulate intelligence during his now controversial State of the Union address   Washington US warns of more Iraq attacks
 West Bank  Irish suspect arrested Jul.14   Iraq Ruling council asserts role   Iraq U.S. soldier killed Jul.15   Iraq Iraqis plan war crimes tribunal   Washington Homecoming delayed for some troops   Sunni Triangle Bomb kills US soldier Jul.16  Iraq  U.S. soldier killed convoy attack  UN  U.N. mulls new troops resolution Jul.17   Iraq Saddam tape marks Baath anniversary Jul.18   England   Missing Iraq 'mole': Body found
  UK official David Kelly denied being the 'mole' in the Iraq WMD dossier row
  Sunni Triangle U.S. soldier killed in blast   UN Annan chief 'seeks Iraqi handover' Jul.19  Washington  U.S. releases Iraq documents  West Bank  Militants beat up Jenin governor Jul.20  Jerusalem  Sharon, Abbas hold talks  Kurdistan  US forces hit in northern Iraq Jul.21   Saudi Arabia Idi Amin fighting for life  Iraq  U.S. soldier killed in latest ambush Jul.22   Mosul     Saddam's sons killed in raid
  Uday and Qusay were killed by U.S. troops in the northern city of Mosul after a tipster betrayed their hideout
Jul.23   Iraq Dental records confirm sons' deaths   Iraq U.S. to show photos of dead sons   Iraq 3 US soldiers killed Jul.24   Iraq   U.S. releases sons' death photos
  The provisional authority has released photographs it said were of Uday and Qusay, aimed at convincing skeptical Iraqis
 Washington  CIA: Tape likely voice of Saddam   Saudi Arabia   Saudi Arabia denies terror links  Saudi Arabia has responded angrily to allegations in a U.S. congressional report about its role in the 9/11 attacks   Iraq U.S. 'to show Saddam sons' bodies'  West Bank  Abbas: U.S. must play active role Jul.25   Iraq Video 'Hussein bodies'   Japan     Japan to send troops to Iraq  The parliament has approved plans to send ground troops. The committee meeting deteriorated into shoving   Iraq U.S. captures Saddam bodyguards  Washington  Abbas visits Bush at White House  Iraq  U.S. shows bodies to media Jul.26   Iraq     Attack kills 3 US troops  3 soldiers guarding an Iraqi children's hospital have been killed and 4 injured in a grenade attack  Iraq  Saddam planned resistance - guard Jul.27   Sunni Triangle     U.S.: Military closing in on Saddam   U.S. forces raided 3 farm houses in Tikrit where intelligence indicated Saddam's security chief had recently been   Iraq US intensifies Saddam hunt Jul.28  Iraq  2 US soldiers dead  Saudi Arabia  8 killed in shootout  Iraq  US seizes 'Saddam guard' Jul.29   Iraq   Purported voice of Saddam mourns sons  Voice hails them as martyrs on an audiotape broadcast by the Arabic-language network Al Arabiya   FBI     Saudis let FBI question man with 9/11 ties  Condoleezza Rice and Prince Saud discussed Saudi cooperation in terror investigations   Washington   9/11 report sparks U.S.-Saudi spat  Saudi officials are disappointed the U.S. is refusing to declassify parts of a report on the September 11 attacks Jul.30   Iraq     Refugees make joyful return  The first 240 Iraqi refugees to be repatriated since the fall of Saddam have made a return to their homeland   Iraq   Iraqi official: Saddam no longer a threat  Ibrahim al Jafari, a leader of the Islamic Da'wah Party is the first official to hold the rotating presidency Jul.31  Iraq  Two U.S. soldiers killed   Jordan   Saddam's daughters in Jordan
  Raghad, 35, and Rana, 33, arrived as guests of King Abdullah. They brought with them their 9 children
  Washington   US expert promises WMD 'surprises'  David Kay, the top US weapons inspector in Iraq, said solid progress was being made