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07-24 U.S. releases sons' death photos Iraq
C. 07-24 Port becomes focus of war Monrovia, Liberia
3. 07-24 CIA: Tape likely voice of Saddam Washington
E. 07-24 Knaven wins stage France
F. 07-24 SARS re-emergence fear Hong Kong
G. 07-24 Water crisis in Monrovia Liberia
7. 07-24 9/11 intelligence failings attacked U.S. Congress
I. 07-24 Saudi Arabia denies terror links Saudi Arabia
9. 07-24 U.S. 'to show Saddam sons' bodies' Iraq


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Morning News

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

  Liberia     Port becomes focus of war Map of Monrovia Liberia  Fighting between rebels and government troops centered on Monrovia's port as deployment of peacekeepers closer

  Washington CIA: Tape likely voice of Saddam  The technical assessment of the latest audiotape has concluded it is 'likely' the voice of the former Iraqi leader

  France Knaven wins stage  The 181-kilometer stage is a hill-less, anticlimactic route. Lance Armstrong defends Tour lead

  Hong Kong SARS re-emergence fear  11 patients, residents at a mental health institute, are being tested for suspected SARS

Day News

  Liberia     Water crisis in Monrovia  Supplies of safe drinking water have run out in most parts of the capital, increasing fears of cholera and other illnesses

  U.S. Congress 9/11 intelligence failings attacked  The Congress has released a report highlighting failings by the US intelligence services in the run-up to the 9/11 attacks

Evening News

  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'  Coalition will reveal the bodies of Uday and Qusay, in an effort to convince skeptical Iraqis

  Mexico Mexico beats Costa Rica in semifinals  Rafael Marquez scored from 45 yards in 2-0 win to advance to the finals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup

  North Korea N. Korea threatens tactical nukes  Pyongyang has threatened to respond 'in kind' should U.S. deploy new high-tech weapons to South Korea

  West Bank Abbas: U.S. must play active role  Palestinian Prime Minister: The United States must continue to exert pressure on both sides

San Francisco Bay Area , July 24, 2003 Timeline