Today in the Bush-Iraq Quarrel:

UK Saudi Envoy Says Bush ‘Obsessed’ with Iraq

“Any U.S. war against Baghdad would come from a nation hungry for revenge led by a president “obsessed” with Iraq and is bound to end in tragedy, Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to London said Thursday.”

On Reuters

Clinton: Get bin Laden before pursuing Saddam

On Yahoo! News

Bush Officials Say the Time Has Come for Action on Iraq

In almost identical language that signaled a coordinated campaign, the vice president and others cited Saddam Hussein’s efforts to increase Iraq’s arsenal.

On New York Times: International News

Saddam’s Alleged Mistress Says He Met Bin Laden

Iraqi President Saddam Hussein met Osama bin Laden on two occasions and gave money to the al Qaeda leader in 1996, a woman who claims to be a long-time mistress of the Iraqi leader told ABC News.

On Yahoo! News – Most-emailed Content

Canada Won’t Back U.S. Strike on Iraq – Manley

Canada will not back the United States if it decides to launch a pre-emptive strike to oust Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, Deputy Prime Minister John Manley said on Sunday in an interview during CTV’s “Question Period.”

On Yahoo! News – Most-emailed Content

Ex-weapons inspector: Iraq not a threat


U.S. Envoy Zinni Urges Caution over Iraq Action

On Reuters Top News

Iraq Denies Seeking Nuke Materials

Iraq denied reports it is trying to collect material for nuclear weapons and building up sites once targeted by U.N. inspectors, saying Sunday the claims were lies spread by the United States and Britain to justify an attack.

On AP World News

Iraq Defiant After Bush-Blair Summit

On Reuters Top News