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DAILY FEATURES
 Saturday, March 22, 2003 

Terrorism
U.S. troops hit terrorist complex
Franks: 'we will strike them, and then we will exploit the site'
Gerry J. Gilmore, 3/22/2003 11:21:00 PM
U.S. troops yesterday attacked a terrorist complex located in northern Iraq, Army Gen. Tommy Franks said.
 
Terrorism
Iraq closing U.N. office, liquidating assets
Stewart Stogel, NewsMax.com, 3/22/2003 11:12:00 PM
Preparing for the inevitable, Iraq's mission to the United Nations has begun to reduce its operations.
 
Terrorism
G.I. held in attack on U.S. soldiers
16 injured, at least one death, 6 seriously injured
CBS, 3/22/2003 11:08:00 PM
An American soldier is among three people being questioned in connection with a grenade and small-arms attack that injured at least 16 U.S. soldiers at Camp Pennsylvania in northern Kuwait, reports CBS News Correspondent Mark Strassman, who is on the scene with the Army's 101st Airborne Division.
 
Terrorism
U.S. soldier attacks troops
Sky News, 3/22/2003 11:03:00 PM
An American Muslim soldier is understood to have carried out a grenade attack on a US military camp, injuring16 soldiers.
 
 Friday, March 21, 2003 

Daily Features
King of minor league baseball dies
Joe Buzas owned 18 teams over 47 years
Gary Mckellar, Deseret News, 3/21/2003 9:28:00 PM
Better known as ''Joe,'' Buzas lived his entire life in baseball, having been a player, manager or owner for more than 60 years.
 
Politics
UN Commission on Status of Women suspended amid chaos
European Union tried to introduce language supporting abortion
Austin Ruse, 3/21/2003 7:40:00 PM
Chaos erupted at last week's UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), as countries struggled over controversial abortion language and Commission chairmen engaged in what many observers considered to be biased behavior.
 
Commentary
Saddemocrats
Liberal Democrats tell Europeans 'case for war is a sham'
Lowell Ponte, 3/21/2003 7:31:00 PM
With war only hours away, three Democratic ''Progressive Caucus'' members of Congress on Wednesday via television hookup addressed the European Union Parliament and shared Left-eyed views with their fellow socialists across the Atlantic.
 
Terrorism
Iraqis urged to surrender
'Do the honorable thing, stop fighting . . .'
Jim Garamone, 3/21/2003 7:22:00 PM
Over the past month, coalition aircraft have dropped more than 15 million leaflets over Iraq urging soldiers not to fight and telling civilians how to protect themselves.
 
Commentary
All but 33 vote for resolution of support
Anti-American members of Congress fail to support our troops
David M. Bresnahan, 3/21/2003 7:10:00 PM
Unlike the Senate, the House vote on a resolution of support for our troops in Iraq was not unanimous -- thanks to 33 liberal, un-American Democrats and one spineless Republican.
 
Terrorism
Afghanistan operations continue
Missile attacks directed against U.S. outposts
David M. Bresnahan, 3/21/2003 3:38:00 PM
Although missile attacks were launched at Operation Valiant Strike forces overnight, there were no U.S. casualties.
 
Terrorism
700 aircraft deliver bombs to Iraq
Targets: command and control facilities, early warning radar, surface missiles
Jim Garamone, 3/21/2003 3:28:00 PM
About 700 coalition aircraft flew missions against more than 100 targets in Iraq on March 20, said Defense officials.
 
Terrorism
Bush lauds Operation Iraqi Freedom
Praised troops for skill, Congress for passage of resolutions
Gerry J. Gilmore, 3/21/2003 3:17:00 PM
The commander in chief today saluted U.S. service members involved in Operation Iraqi Freedom and members of Congress for endorsing a resolution supporting those troops.
 
Homeland Security
Development of missile defense system
North Korean nuclear warhead might reach the United States
Doug Sample, 3/21/2003 3:07:00 PM
Faced with the threat by North Korea of a nuclear warhead reaching the United States, senior Pentagon officials told the House Armed Services Committee March 20 they are moving forward with a billion-dollar missile defense system.
 
Terrorism
Kazakhstan expresses regret
Lack of unity in UN Security Council is wrong, Kazakhstan supports U.S.-led antiterrorist coalition
3/21/2003 3:00:00 PM
Kazakhstan expresses its deep regret and concern with the absence of unity at the United Nations Security Council on the problem of Iraq.
 
Terrorism
U.S. pushes deeper into Iraq
Chopper dead revised to 12
Jim Garamone, 3/21/2003 2:53:00 PM
The death toll in the crash of a Marine CH-46 helicopter March 20 was reduced overnight to 12 by U.S. Central Command officials.
 
Terrorism
Endangered critters hamper military
Pentagon seeks clarification in environmental laws
Doug Sample, 3/21/2003 2:45:00 PM
At Fort Stewart, Ga., home of the 3rdInfantry Division (Mechanized), heavy tanks coexist with endangered red-cockaded woodpeckers. The San Clemente Island Range complex in California is home to the even more endangered San Clemente Island loggerhead shrike -- and a Navy ship-to-shore live-fire range.
 
 Thursday, March 20, 2003 

Terrorism
Saddam's days are numbered
Iraqi choice: 'Dying for a doomed regime' and 'aiding in the liberation of their people'
David M. Bresnahan, 3/20/2003 3:30:00 PM
The Iraqis must realize that Hussein's days are numbered, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld told a packed news conference at the Pentagon today.
 
Military
No court-martial recommended for pilots
April 2002 friendly-fire accident in Afghanistan killed four Canadians
Harry Levins, STL Post-Dispatch, 3/20/2003 3:06:00 PM
Two pilots in the Illinois Air National Guard should be spared from courts-martial for a fatal friendly-fire bombing in Afghanistan, an Air Force hearing officer says.
 
Daily Features
Cuban hijacking
Men detained wanted asylum, official said
AP, 3/20/2003 2:53:00 PM
Six men hijacked a Cuban airliner at knifepoint and diverted it to the Florida Keys to seek asylum in the United States, a U.S. official said Thursday.
 
Terrorism
Iraq launches missiles into Kuwait
Shot down by Patriot missiles, may have contained chemical weapons
Jim Garamone, 3/20/2003 11:39:00 AM
Iraq has fired surface-to-surface missiles at U.S. forces based in Kuwait, DoD officials said this morning.
 
Terrorism
Valiant Strike begins in Afghanistan
Aimed at villages and cave complexes east of Kandahar
David M. Bresnahan, 3/20/2003 11:30:00 AM
U.S. and coalition forces launched another offensive in the global war on terror today -- Operation Valiant Strike.
 
Terrorism
CIA had fix on Hussein
Intelligence revealed 'Target of Opportunity'
Barton Gellman and Dana Priest, Washington Post, 3/20/2003 1:50:00 AM
Shortly before 4 p.m. yesterday, Director of Central Intelligence George J. Tenet offered President Bush the prospect -- improbable to the point of fantasy, yet suddenly at hand -- that the war against Iraq might be transformed with its opening shots.
 
Terrorism
Aircraft respond to Iraqi provocation
Iraqi artillery fired on allied aircraft in No-fly Zone
Jim Garamone, 3/20/2003 1:30:00 AM
Coalition aircraft bombed a series of Iraqi targets Wednesday in response to Iraqi anti-aircraft artillery firing on the allied aircraft.
 
Terrorism
War begins
Bush: 'Now is the time to confront the threat'
Jim Garamone, 3/20/2003 1:16:00 AM
Operations to disarm Iraq have begun, President Bush announced during a speech to America tonight.
 
 Wednesday, March 19, 2003 

Terrorism
Largest bombing in history about to begin
Advances in precision and stealth technology allow for more efficient bombing
Kathleen T. Rhem, 3/19/2003 7:02:00 PM
n the first 24 hours of Operation Desert Storm in 1991, coalition military aircraft ''struck more targets than were struck in all of 1942 and 1943 by 8th Air Force during the Combined Bomber Offensive,'' an Air Force officer said in the Pentagon today.
 
Terrorism
Tucson reservist loses job when Navy calls
A federal lawsuit alleges Pep Boys fired a store manager because of his military obligation.
Tucson Citizen, 3/19/2003 6:50:00 PM
Automotive supply chain Pep Boys fired a Tucson store manager because his military Reserve duties took him away from work, according to a federal lawsuit filed here.
 
Homeland Security
'Red Alert' means martial law
If highest state of alert declared no one moves anywhere
David M. Bresnahan, 3/19/2003 6:30:00 PM
Red alert means an attack on the U.S. is immanent or is underway, and that means you will be confined to your home or an emergency shelter B anyone moving around will be presumed to be the enemy and could be shot.
 
Terrorism
Coalition of 30 countries ready to fight
Another 15 countries offer support
David M. Bresnahan, 3/19/2003 5:29:00 PM
The number of countries willing to be part of disarming Saddam Hussein gives lie to the charge that U.S. action is unilateral, according to State Department officials.
 
Terrorism
LDS Church authorities will not travel
Conference meetings will take place by satellite TV
David M. Bresnahan, 3/19/2003 5:02:00 PM
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced that top leaders will not travel to ''avoid problems caused by potential uncertainties.''
 
 Tuesday, March 18, 2003 

Daily Features
Fighting hunger in Ethiopia
Ethiopians are suffering from massive famine conditions
3/18/2003 1:45:00 PM
While the world worries about international terrorism and anxieties heighten daily concerning a possible war in Iraq, a largely unsung battle against hunger and starvation is being waged in Ethiopia.
 
Commentary
Liberals do not think like conservatives
World leaders against the war with Iraq are liberals who do not accept facts
David M. Bresnahan, 3/18/2003 11:58:00 AM
Liberals have trouble with discipline and doing what is right, so they disagree with swift consequences for those who make wrong choices.
 
Terrorism
Iraq's Oil
U.S. plans to preserve oil for Iraqi people
David M. Bresnahan, 3/18/2003 2:12:00 AM
In light of past acts of eco-terrorism by the regime of Saddam Hussein, the Department of Defense has developed plans to extinguish oil well fires and to assess damage to oil facilities that might occur in Iraq in the event of hostilities.
 
Military
Depleted uranium powerful and safe
Uranium round can pierce tank armor
3/18/2003 1:57:00 AM
Pentagon officials showed pictures from the 1991 Gulf War of an Iraqi tank completely destroyed by a 105 mm round made of depleted uranium.
 
Terrorism
Free Iraqis trained by U.S.
Forces working together to help defeat Hussein
Jim Garamone, 3/18/2003 1:47:00 AM
American service members training Free Iraqi Forces are impressed by the exiles' commitment to democracy and willingness to secure peace in their homeland.
 
 Monday, March 17, 2003 

Terrorism
48 hours - get out or get bombed
Bush expected to begin war before week ends
Jim Garamone, 3/17/2003 5:43:00 PM
President Bush delivered an ultimatum that Saddam Hussein and his sons have 48 hours to leave Iraq.
 
Terrorism
Iraq playing games
Powell: 'Playing America's friends on the Security Council like a fiddle'
Rudi Williams, 3/17/2003 5:42:00 PM
Iraq is playing the United Nations and some of America's friends on the Security Council like a fiddle, Secretary of State Colin Powell said during a March 16 appearance on ABC News' This Week show.

 
Homeland Security
Texas sheriff warns of unidentified troops
Believes armed men in fatigues spotted within country are foreign
WorldNetDaily, 3/17/2003 5:37:00 PM
A southern Texas sheriff is warning the public that unidentified armed men dressed in military fatigues have been spotted on numerous occasions in his county near the border with Mexico.
 
Commentary
Moment of truth
Lowell Ponte, 3/17/2003 5:30:00 PM
''Tomorrow is a moment of truth for the world,'' said President George W. Bush Sunday following his summit meeting with the leaders of Great Britain, Spain and Portugal in the Azores.
 
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