Iraq war 10 years on: mass protest that defined a generation
The Etonians' banner showed how up to two million people who crammed into central London to oppose the looming war in Iraq were not the usual suspects. And the route taken by the old Etonians in the decade since also illustrates one powerful legacy of ...
The legacy of London's Iraq War march of 2003
Majority of Britons say Iraq invasion delivered only “bloodshed''
Tony Blair's Iraq war was a shameful abomination. Ten years after the London ...
Anti-government protests continue in Iraq
Tens of thousands of Sunni Muslims have rallied in several Iraqi cities to protest what they describe as unfair treatment by the country's Shia-led government. Sunnis have held a number of protests since last December demanding that Prime Minister ...
Iraq's Sunnis rally in major cities to protest against Shiite-led government
Thousands demand fall of Iraq government
Onus on Al Maliki to protect Iraq's interests
Iraq budget battle opens new front in Kurdish feud
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A dispute between Iraq's government and the autonomous region of Kurdistan over oil rights is delaying this year's national budget, jeopardizing much-needed investment, as the country's finances have become a new front in the ...
Iraq's oil rift deepens over Exxon move
Disputes delay Iraq & Kurdistan Region governments' budgets
Turkish PM receives vice-president of Northern Iraq
Laurie Penny and I are not Iraq War martyrs
Today is the tenth anniversary of the historic march on London to protest the Iraq War. Was I there? I think so. I was strongly opposed to an invasion that then, as now, I regarded as wrongheaded and immoral. But I was also a stoner, so I can't ...
Iraq war 'delivered little but bloodshed', say Britons in 10-year anniversary poll
The approximately two-to-one balance of opinion against the Iraq war broadly applies across both sexes and every age range. Every nation and region of the UK also retains a clear anti-war majority, with the judgment in Wales – 65% in favour; 22 ...
'Not in my name': the 2003 Iraq war march was about narcissism, not anti ...
Today is the 10th anniversary of that much-mythologised million-strong march against war on Iraq. Through their rose-tinted, possibly booze-stained nostalgia goggles, radicals look back at the protest as a major turning point in progressive activism.
Iraq war plan based on 'primitive' grasp of Islam, admits Labour frontbencher
Labour has conceded for the first time that a "primitive understanding" of the Islamic world caused some of the problems faced by the west in Iraq and Afghanistan, and warned David Cameron his response to the terrorist crisis in north Africa shows he ...
The Iraq war and the left: ten years on
No event since the 1984 miners' strike has divided the left more than the Iraq war. Friendships were ended, political reputations were destroyed and antagonists accused each other of betrayal. Few were more stridently supportive of the US-led invasion ...
Ex-Saudi prisoner refuses to talk about Iraq torture
RIYADH — Media reports about the torture of Saudi prisoners in Iraq are true but such reports lead to an escalation of violence against them, said a Saudi who returned to the Kingdom after spending more than eight years in various Iraqi prisons ...
Iraq war: the march of time
Mr Blair once fancied he would be absolved by history, but after years of civil war Iraq eventually fell into the nasty sectarian grip of Nouri al-Maliki. Many accounts of the war remain plausible. Those sceptical Tories who always like to say "it'll ...