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    Thursday 3 April 2003

    A man Iraqi television identified as Iraqi President Saddam Hussein is seen in this image from video that was shown on Iraqi television today. Iraqi television showed footage from Baghdad in which the Iraqi president appeared to be walking in the street with a small entourage. (AP Photo/Iraqi TV via APTN)

    An alleged suicide bomber appears on Arabic television network al-Jazeera today. The network said the tape was made by two Iraqi women before they set off a suicide car bomb that killed three soldiers, a pregnant woman and the driver, northwest of Baghdad. (Al-Jazeera via Reuters)

    Polish special forces arrive on a U.S. Navy Seals’ boat in the port of Umm-Qasr in southern Iraq to hand over captured Iraqis March 23, 2003. Iraqi troops and paramilitary fighters loyal to President Saddam Hussein held up a U.S. advance toward Baghdad on Sunday, inflicting casualties and taking U.S. prisoners on the fourth day of war. (REUTERS/Desmond Boylan)

    This satellite image of Baghdad International Airport was collected by DigitalGlobe’s QuickBird satellite in January of 2003. Hundreds of U.S. soldiers will reinforce the airport overnight after U.S. forces said they seized control on Friday after battles with Iraqi forces, U.S. commanders said. Soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division and the 94th battalion would arrive in coming hours to reinforce the 3rd Infantry Division which spearheaded the attack, they said. Iraqi forces are still putting up sporadic resistance in the area. (DigitalGlobe via Reuters)

    Pfc. Jessica Lynch, seen in this image from video released today by the Department of Defense, is carried on a stretcher down a set of stairs after being rescued Tuesday by U.S. commandos in Nasiriyah, Iraq. Lynch was captured in an ambush on March 23 in Iraq. (AP Photo/Department of Defense via APTN)

    Thursday 3 April 2003

    Quote of the Day: “[US-led forces] are closer to the center of the Iraqi capital than many American commuters are to their downtown offices” – Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, in Washington.

    The absolutely free CBS News live webcast has been running on my desktop non-stop for days on end. It’s time to share a few sights from the broadcast and provide .

    A U.S. commander in the Gulf said today that U.S. special forces had raided Iraq (news – web sites)’s Tharthar Palace, about 56 miles from Baghdad, a residence of President Saddam Hussein (news – web sites). Brig. Gen. Vincent Brooks said special forces were also ‘denying (Iraqi) regime movement’ on the road north of Baghdad toward Saddam’s hometown stronghold of Tikrit. The Tharthar palace is seen in this DigitalGlobe September, 2002 satellite image. (Digitalglobe/Reuters)

    Russian chief mufti, or Islamic religious leader, Talgan Tadzhuddin with President Vladimir Putin (news – web sites) (L).(AFP/File)

    Supreme Mufti Talgat Tadzhuddin speaks at a news conference in Moscow in this March 19, 2003, file picture. Russian Muslims have declared a jihad, or holy war, against the United States, Russia’s top mufti said today, according to the Interfax news agency. Supreme Mufti Talgat Tadzhuddin wouldn’t say what specific actions the fight would take, but said the first results would be visible within two or three days. (AP Photo/Misha Japaridze, file)

    A handphoto from a segment of a video, screened during a media briefing at Central Command Center today shows a U.S Special Forces raid in which they captured the Hadithah dam, northwest of Baghdad. (AP Photo/U.S. Central Command)

    This image, taken by Space Imaging’s IKONOS satellite two days ago, shows Saddam International Airport in Iraq. Hoping to counter initial reports that allied forces had taken Saddam International Airport, U.S. Central Command said its units were ‘in the vicinity’ of the airport. Iraqi officials took reporters to the facility Thursday afternoon, claiming the government of Iraq is still in control of Saddam International Airport. (AP Photo/Space Imaging Eurasia)

    CNN medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta, shown in this image from television today, performs emergency brain surgery on a two-year-old Iraqi boy who suffered multiple wounds when Marines opened fire on a taxi he was travelling in drove through a U.S. Marine checkpoint south of Baghdad. The boy did not survive. (AP Photo/CNN)

    Satellite images of Baghdad show plumes of black smoke rising into the air in an image taken out imagery shot by Space Imaging’s IKONOS satellite on April 1, 2003. U.S. forces were poised on the outskirts of Baghdad today after decimating two divisions of Republican Guard, but Iraqi reinforcements were reported moving south in a bid to block their advance on the capital. (Space Imaging Eurasia via Reuters)

    A snapshot of how things stand right now around Baghdad.

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    Gulf War II (u)

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    Gulf War II (u)

    Thursday 3 April 2003

    A man Iraqi television identified as Iraqi President Saddam Hussein is seen in this image from video that was shown on Iraqi television today. Iraqi television showed footage from Baghdad in which the Iraqi president appeared to be walking in the street with a small entourage. (AP Photo/Iraqi TV via APTN)

    An alleged suicide bomber appears on Arabic television network al-Jazeera today. The network said the tape was made by two Iraqi women before they set off a suicide car bomb that killed three soldiers, a pregnant woman and the driver, northwest of Baghdad. (Al-Jazeera via Reuters)

    Polish special forces arrive on a U.S. Navy Seals’ boat in the port of Umm-Qasr in southern Iraq to hand over captured Iraqis March 23, 2003. Iraqi troops and paramilitary fighters loyal to President Saddam Hussein held up a U.S. advance toward Baghdad on Sunday, inflicting casualties and taking U.S. prisoners on the fourth day of war. (REUTERS/Desmond Boylan)

    This satellite image of Baghdad International Airport was collected by DigitalGlobe’s QuickBird satellite in January of 2003. Hundreds of U.S. soldiers will reinforce the airport overnight after U.S. forces said they seized control on Friday after battles with Iraqi forces, U.S. commanders said. Soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division and the 94th battalion would arrive in coming hours to reinforce the 3rd Infantry Division which spearheaded the attack, they said. Iraqi forces are still putting up sporadic resistance in the area. (DigitalGlobe via Reuters)

    Pfc. Jessica Lynch, seen in this image from video released today by the Department of Defense, is carried on a stretcher down a set of stairs after being rescued Tuesday by U.S. commandos in Nasiriyah, Iraq. Lynch was captured in an ambush on March 23 in Iraq. (AP Photo/Department of Defense via APTN)

    Thursday 3 April 2003

    Quote of the Day: “[US-led forces] are closer to the center of the Iraqi capital than many American commuters are to their downtown offices” – Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, in Washington.

    The absolutely free CBS News live webcast has been running on my desktop non-stop for days on end. It’s time to share a few sights from the broadcast and provide .

    A U.S. commander in the Gulf said today that U.S. special forces had raided Iraq (news – web sites)’s Tharthar Palace, about 56 miles from Baghdad, a residence of President Saddam Hussein (news – web sites). Brig. Gen. Vincent Brooks said special forces were also ‘denying (Iraqi) regime movement’ on the road north of Baghdad toward Saddam’s hometown stronghold of Tikrit. The Tharthar palace is seen in this DigitalGlobe September, 2002 satellite image. (Digitalglobe/Reuters)

    Russian chief mufti, or Islamic religious leader, Talgan Tadzhuddin with President Vladimir Putin (news – web sites) (L).(AFP/File)

    Supreme Mufti Talgat Tadzhuddin speaks at a news conference in Moscow in this March 19, 2003, file picture. Russian Muslims have declared a jihad, or holy war, against the United States, Russia’s top mufti said today, according to the Interfax news agency. Supreme Mufti Talgat Tadzhuddin wouldn’t say what specific actions the fight would take, but said the first results would be visible within two or three days. (AP Photo/Misha Japaridze, file)

    A handphoto from a segment of a video, screened during a media briefing at Central Command Center today shows a U.S Special Forces raid in which they captured the Hadithah dam, northwest of Baghdad. (AP Photo/U.S. Central Command)

    This image, taken by Space Imaging’s IKONOS satellite two days ago, shows Saddam International Airport in Iraq. Hoping to counter initial reports that allied forces had taken Saddam International Airport, U.S. Central Command said its units were ‘in the vicinity’ of the airport. Iraqi officials took reporters to the facility Thursday afternoon, claiming the government of Iraq is still in control of Saddam International Airport. (AP Photo/Space Imaging Eurasia)

    CNN medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta, shown in this image from television today, performs emergency brain surgery on a two-year-old Iraqi boy who suffered multiple wounds when Marines opened fire on a taxi he was travelling in drove through a U.S. Marine checkpoint south of Baghdad. The boy did not survive. (AP Photo/CNN)

    Satellite images of Baghdad show plumes of black smoke rising into the air in an image taken out imagery shot by Space Imaging’s IKONOS satellite on April 1, 2003. U.S. forces were poised on the outskirts of Baghdad today after decimating two divisions of Republican Guard, but Iraqi reinforcements were reported moving south in a bid to block their advance on the capital. (Space Imaging Eurasia via Reuters)

    A snapshot of how things stand right now around Baghdad.

    Have you found errors nontrivial or marginal, factual, analytical and illogical, arithmetical, temporal, or even typographical? Please let me know; drop me . Thanks!

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