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|Sun, 23 March, 2003, 11:10 GMT|
Tornado downed by US missile|
An RAF Tornado and its crew are missing after being downed by a US Patriot missile near the Iraq border.
US-led forces face stiff resistance
Pockets of Iraqi resistance led by elite Republican Guards slow the coalition push towards Baghdad.
Raikkonen claims maiden win
Kimi Raikkonen wins in Malaysia to give McLaren their second victory this season.
Fears grow for ITN crew
ITN says it is "increasingly concerned" for the safety of three news crew, missing after coming under fire in Iraq.
US soldier 'attacks own base'
A US soldier is held after a grenade attack at a base camp in Kuwait which kills one and wounds 12 fellow soldiers.
Blair's pledge on Iraqi civilians
The UK Prime Minister says the coalition forces are targeting Saddam Hussein's powerbase, not his people.
Archbishop backs troops in Gulf
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams writes to military chaplains and troops praising them in their difficult role.
Young son's tribute to marine
A moving note from the family of a Royal Marine, believed killed in a helicopter crash in Kuwait, is left at his barracks.
Thousands at anti-war rallies
Protests against war with Iraq are held in London and across the UK - the biggest since the invasion began.
Dozens dead in north Iraq raids
At least 60 people die in US air strikes on positions held by Muslim militants in Kurdish-controlled northern Iraq.
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