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IRAQ
Continued from Page 1
reported last week.
One American soldier was killed and
another was wounded yesterday when a road-
side bomb exploded during an operation to
clear such weapons, the U.S. command said.
The explosion happened near Iskandariyah,
35 miles south of Baghdad.
Earlier yesterday, insurgents fired two rock-
ets at Baghdad International Airport but
caused no casualties, the U.S. military said.
The airport is used as a major base for the
military.
West of Baghdad, in Ramadi, witnesses
reported insurgents fired mortars after sun-
down but caused no damage. Police said they
believed the attack was aimed at the home of
Ramadi's police chief, Ji'dan Mohammed al-
Alwani.
Despite the violence, Annan announced
yesterday in Washington that he had given the
final go-ahead to send a team to Iraq to study
the feasibility of early legislative elections as
demanded by the Shiite clergy.
The United States believes security is
too precarious for elections and instead
wants legislators to be appointed in region-
al caucuses.
The legislature would in turn select a new
government to take power by July 1.
During a meeting at the White House with
Bush, Annan said the U.N. team would work
with the Iraqis "in finding the way forward"
and talk to as many Iraqis as possible to
"steer things in the right direction."
Annan had earlier said he wanted to
make sure the team's security would be
provided.
"I believe that the stability in Iraq is in
everyone's interest. The U.N. does have a role
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to play," Annan said. Annan noted the differ-
ences about how to establish a provisional
government, and said the U.N. team would try
to help resolve those issues.
Bush said the United States was still com-
mitted to the June 30 deadline for turning over
power and formally ending the American-led
occupation.
"We've discussed ways to make sure that
by working together, the Iraqi people can be
free, and the country stable and prosperous,
and an example of democracy in the Middle
East," Bush said. "And the United Nations
does have a vital role there."
The attack on the PUK office was filmed
by the party's television station. Cameraman
Saadi Sultan Mameh told The Associated
Press that he saw a man dressed in beige
trousers and a blue-and-white checkered shirt
shuffle through the crowd to greet PUK offi-
cials on the first day of the Islamic holiday
Eid al-Adha.
As the man shuffled into the camera's
frame to shake hands with Kurdish official
Bakir Jola, Mameh heard a terrific explo-
sion and "my camera lens went red with
blood."
"All those who died were my friends and
colleagues," Mameh said yesterday from a
mattress on his living room floor where he
was recovering from leg wounds. "We were
like family."
"I have watched the clip more than 50
times," Mameh, 27, said. "The only gratifica-
tion it gives me is that I was able to film the
moment so that the truth would be known. So
that al-Qaida would be exposed. There would
be evidence."
Two days after the attacks, this Kurdish city
was grieving from the loss. Black banners
announced the deaths of loved ones, and near-
ly every mosque was filled with mourners

"I believe that the stability
in Iraq is in everyone's
interest. The U.N. does
have a role to play"
- Kofi Annan
U.N. Secretary-General
attending wakes for the victims.
"Immortality for the martyrs," proclaimed
one large black banner beneath the great
Assyrian fortress in downtown Irbil. Passers-
by paused to read the death notices.
"I want to see who was martyred in the
explosions," said Hassan Hussein, 20. "I won-
der what that person who did this was think-
ing when he blew himself up. Who was he?"
"It was Ansar," volunteered Nezam Oth-
man, aged 20.
No group claimed responsibility for the
attacks, but many Kurds blamed Muslim
extremists - particularly Ansar al-Islam,
an armed group that operates in the Kur-
dish enclave and is believed allied with al-
Qaida.
Sheik Abdul-Ghani al-Bazzaz, head of the
Kurdistan Islamic Movement, condemned the
bombings, saying Islam rejects the killings of
innocent people.
He said he "cannot confirm or deny" if
Ansar or al-Qaida were behind the bombings,
saying it had become popular to "point the
fingers at them" following the Sept. 11, 2001,
attacks in the United States.
Al-Bazzaz said many groups including
Saddam Hussein loyalists were carrying out
attacks in Iraq because "Iraq's borders are
wide open."

CULTURE
Continued from Page 1
culture is what really amazed me. I think it's
important that everyone teaches and learns
about other cultures," said FASA social chair
Nina Paneda, an LSA sophomore.
"What surprises me is how interested
other people can be in my culture, and it real-
ly inspires me personally to learn about other
cultures."
Engineering sophomore Eric Bidelman said
he attended the event yesterday because he
knew some people who were organizing it.
"I really loved the food and the different
things I've seen here," Bidelman said.
Engineering senior Kristina Schmitt also

attended the fair. "I like when everyone
comes out and shows their culture. We see
American culture all the time, but not too
often do we have time to get to learn about
the various cultures that embody our commu-
nity," Schmitt said.
This is the third year that ASEE sponsored
this multicultural affair. Holleran said it
allows the group to join in the annual MLK
celebrations.
"Martin Luther King's influence and phi-
losophy has helped promote cultural diversi-
ty. The College of Engineering gave us a
chance to express that through an event of
our choice, and I think this helps capture the
spirit of his teachings and convey it to the
public," said Holleran.

ASSAULITS
Continued from Page 1.
spokeswoman Diane Brown offered safety
suggestions to students.
"What we're always suggesting to folks is
to adhere to the buddy system - don't walk
alone, walk in well-lit areas, stay away from
bushes," Brown said.
In addition to being aware of their sur-
roundings, students should use the blue light
emergency phones, she urged.
"If you can get yourself to one of those,
you don't even have to speak. You can just
pick up the receiver and an officer will be
dispatched to the location," Brown said.
The University offers several resources for
students to prevent assaults and promote safe-
ty, such as SAFE walk and the Sexual Assault
Prevention and Awareness Center's 24-hour
crisis line for victims of sexual assaults.
The SAFE walk program is available 24
hours a day, seven days a week and can trans-
port students from any Central or North cam-

pus building on any 20-minute walk or one-
mile drive from the Central or North campus
diags. SAFE. Walk can be contacted at 763-
9255.
As an alternative to walking, there are also
two cab programs available for students -
Ride Home and Night Ride. Ride Home is a
free taxi service offered from both the
Shapiro Undergraduate Library and the for-
mer Media Union, and runs from 2 to 7 a.m.
during fall and winter semesters.
Night Ride is a low-cost, shared taxi serv-
ice offered by the Ann Arbor Transportation
Authority, running 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday
through Friday, and 7 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. Satur-
day and Sunday. Night Ride can be reached at
663-3888.
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