Shiite Militant Threatens Iranian Exiles in Iraq
The head of a new Shiite militant group in Iraq on Tuesday threatened to carry out more attacks on a camp for Iranian exiles that was struck by dozens of rockets and mortar shells earlier this month. Seven people were killed in the Feb. 9 attack on the ...
Return of sectarian threats in Iraq raises alarm
New Shiite group threatens Iranian exiles in Iraq
Ten years on, Iraq continues to bleed
Tony Blair says Iraq would be far worse today under Saddam Hussein
Tony Blair has admitted that life in Iraq today is not what he had hoped it would be and the country is still facing "big problems". But he defended the war, saying that failing to remove Saddam Hussein would have entailed far worse consequences for ...
Tony Blair: Life in Iraq 10 years on is not what I'd hoped
Iraq invasion 10 years on: Tony Blair insists country would be worse today if ...
Tony Blair Defends Approach on Iraq War Ten Years Later
A Matter of Mindset: Iraq, Sequestration and the US Army
Twenty-two years ago, a chorus of political pundits and generals engaged in fear-mongering, warning the American people that U.S. ground forces would suffer heavy casualties at the hands of Iraqi forces who allegedly knew how to hold ground from years ...
The response from Tom Ricks that ARMY magazine declined to carry in its pages
The Daily Star
Budget protests erupt in Iraq
Baghdad (CNN) -- Protesters calling on Iraqi lawmakers to approve the national budget took to the streets of Baghdad on Tuesday, prompting security forces to shut main entrances into the city. The protests focused on the heavily fortified green zone in ...
Baghdad security tightened amid budget demo
How Radio 4 reopened The Iraq Dossier
In early 2002, George Bush was targeting Iraq, alleging a WMD programme. Downing Street knew the US wanted regime change, but the Foreign Office thought Iraq a lower priority than Korea, Iran or Libya. The Ministry of Defence's WMD expert Dr Brian ...
Did the Iraq war undermine our faith in politics?
The Independent (blog)
nn 300x168 Did the Iraq war undermine our faith in politics? I took part in a BBC2 Newsnight special on Iraq, 10 years on, which will be broadcast tonight. Most of the programme was refreshingly sane and balanced, in that it was about what Iraq is like ...
GOP Rep.: Cheney probably will go to hell for Iraq war
Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C., the congressman who went from coining the term "freedom fries" to becoming an outspoken critic of the Iraq war, said that there's probably a spot in hell for former Vice President Dick Cheney because of his responsibility for ...
GOP rep suggests Cheney will go to hell for Iraq War
Rep. Walter Jones: Cheney to 'rot in hell' for Iraq war
Walter Jones, GOP Congressman, Hits Dick Cheney Over Iraq War
Babylonian bricks stolen from Iraq museum
Fragments of bricks, engraved with cuneiform characters thousands of years old, lie mixed with the rubble and sandbags left by the US military on the ancient site of Babylon in Iraq. Archaeologists say a year of terracing work and 18 months of military ...
Ancient Babylonian bricks stolen in Iraq
The Economist (blog)
The stories that remain untold
The Economist (blog)
These and many other scenes of Iraqis were captured on camera by Kael Alford and Thorne Anderson during the American-led invasion of Iraq. Both American photographers travelled mostly on their own and un-embedded throughout 2003 and 2004.
Car bomb kills four civilians, injures 10 in eastern Iraq
On Tuesday, an explosives-laden car detonated near a market southwest of the provincial capital Baquba, located some 50 kilometers (31 miles) northeast of Baghdad, security sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, told the Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
10 killed, 22 wounded in Iraq's violence
At least 4 killed in car bombing at marketplace in eastern Iraq