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B. 07-31 War crimes: Bosnian Serb gets life UN Tribunal
2. 07-31 Liberia force: Leaders seek money Ghana
3. 07-31 Drive to curb gay marriage Vatican
E. 07-31 Two U.S. soldiers killed Iraq
F. 07-31 Al Qaeda 'funded Indonesia terror' Indonesia
07-31 Saddam's daughters in Jordan Jordan
7. 07-31 U.S.: N Korea nuke talks on track Washington
I. 07-31 US expert promises WMD 'surprises' Washington

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Jul.31   UN Tribunal   War crimes: Bosnian Serb gets life  The war crimes tribunal has handed down its first life sentence after convicting Milomir Stakic

  Ghana     Liberia force: Leaders seek money  West African leaders have been holding a summit to discuss how to pay for a peacekeeping mission

  Vatican     Drive to curb gay marriage  The Vatican is attempting to reverse the spread of legislation in Europe and the Americas that permits gay marriage

  Iraq Two U.S. soldiers killed  2 killed and 5 wounded when armored personnel carrier hit a land mine and in a small-arms attack

  Indonesia Al Qaeda 'funded Indonesia terror'  Terror group may have financed attacks on the island of Bali, an imprisoned Muslim radical said at the trial

Day News


  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   U.S.: N Korea nuke talks on track
  An agreement in principle has been reached for a talks aimed at shutting down nuclear weapons program


Evening News


  Washington   US expert promises WMD 'surprises'  David Kay, the top US weapons inspector in Iraq, said solid progress was being made

San Francisco Bay Area , July 31, 2003 Timeline