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Faked at Guantanamo, Witness Says
Authorities at Guantanamo Bay staged interrogations of detainees
for visiting politicians and generals to give the impression
that valuable intelligence was regularly being gathered,
according to a former Army translator at the camp.
Former Army Sgt. Erik Saar told CBS television show 60 Minutes
that he believes "only a few dozen" of the 600
detainees at the camp were terrorists and that little information
was obtained from them.
says he regrets 'slam dunk' comment
Former CIA Director George Tenet said he regretted assuring
President Bush in 2002 that he had "slam dunk"
evidence that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. "Those
were the two dumbest words I ever said," Tenet told
about 1,300 people at a Kutztown University forum Wednesday.
The theory was a leading justification for the war in Iraq.
Such weapons were never found.
Abu Ghraib Only the "Tip of the Iceberg"
The crimes at Abu Ghraib are part of a larger pattern of
abuses against Muslim detainees around the world, Human
Rights Watch said on the eve of the April 28 anniversary
of the first pictures of U.S. soldiers brutalizing prisoners
at the Iraqi jail. Human Rights Watch released a summary
of evidence of U.S. abuse of detainees in Iraq, Afghanistan,
and Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, as well as of the programs
of secret CIA detention, "extraordinary renditions,"
and "reverse renditions."
final report: No WMD found in Iraq
In his final word, the CIAs top weapons inspector
in Iraq said Monday that the hunt for weapons of mass destruction
has gone as far as feasible and has found nothing,
closing an investigation into the purported programs of
Saddam Hussein that were used to justify the 2003 invasion.
Attack On Iran Set For June
On Friday evening in Olympia, former UNSCOM weapons inspector
Scott Ritter appeared with journalist Dahr Jamail. -- Ritter
made two shocking claims: George W. Bush has "signed
off" on plans to bomb Iran in June 2005, and the U.S.
manipulated the results of the Jan. 30 elections in Iraq....
Has No Exit Strategy for Iraq, Rumsfeld Says
``We don't have an exit strategy, we have a victory strategy,''
Rumsfeld told soldiers during a surprise visit to Baghdad,
according to a pooled broadcast report from the capital.
``The goal is to help the Iraqi Forces develop the skills
and the capacity to provide their own security.''
Questioned $212.3 Million in Charges From KBR
Critic of Halliburton Contracts Releases Report, Urges Hearings
auditors have questioned $212.3 million -- about 13 percent
-- of $1.69 billion that a Halliburton Co. subsidiary charged
the government over the past few years, mostly for importing
fuel to Iraq under a no-bid contract.
killed in Afghanistan copter crash
Afghans look over the wreckage of CH-47 helicopter that
crashed on its way to Bagram Air Field. Sixteen people were
killed Wednesday when a coalition helicopter traveling in
"severe weather" crashed in Afghanistan, the Pentagon
said. Eighteen people, including crew and passengers, were
listed on the flight manifest. Two people remain unaccounted
Elects Iraq's First Kurdish President
Parliament elected veteran Kurdish leader Jalal Talabani
as Iraq's president on Wednesday, breaking a two-month political
impasse and paving the way for a new government more than
nine weeks after elections. Talabani is the first Kurd to
be Iraq's president -- and the first non-Arab president
of any Arab state -- a sign of the new clout of the Kurdish
minority that backed the U.S.-led invasion.
High Teach-In Targets War and Military Recruitment
The military recruitment budget is $3 billion annually;
90 percent of the people killed in war are civilian noncombatants;
91 percent of Berkeley High students believe the war in
Iraq is wrong and illegal; 65 percent of veterans never
get their education benefits; 33 percent of homeless men
to Pull Troops from Iraq at End of Year
government decided on Tuesday to withdraw its troops from
Iraq at the end of 2005, making official an earlier proposal,
Defense Minister Jerzy Szmajdzinski said.
A sleek Gulfstream V jet with the tail number N379P has
racked up more international miles than most passenger jets.
Since October 2001, this plane has been spotted in some
of the world's most exotic and forbidding airports: Tashkent,
Uzbekistan; Karachi, Pakistan, Baku, Azerbaijan, Baghdad,
Iraq, and Rabat, Morocco. It has also frequently landed
at Dulles International, outside Washington, DC and enjoys
clearance to land at US military air bases in Scotland,
Cyprus and Frankfurt, Germany. Observers around the world
have noticed men in hoods and chains being taken on and
off the jet.
Systems Resist Military Recruiting
That provision requires schools that receive federal aid
to give military recruiters the names, addresses, and phone
number of high school juniors and seniors, and to provide
military recruiters with the same access to students as
employers and college recruiters get. There is an exception,
though. Students and parents must be given an opportunity
to request that the information be withheld.
Still Misses Recruiting Targets
The active Army was 2,150 recruits short of meeting its
March goal of 6,800 new troops, and the Army Reserve fell
739 short of its goal of 1,600. These shortfalls were worse
than those in February, when the Army and its reserve components
failed to meet recruiting goals for the first time since
Calls U.S. Intelligence 'Dead Wrong' on Iraq Weapons
The American intelligence community was "dead
wrong" about Iraq's weapons arsenal in large part because
of an outdated Cold War mentality and a vast, lumbering
bureaucracy that continues to shackle dedicated and capable
people, a presidential commission said today. "The
intelligence community must be transformed - a goal that
would be difficult to meet even in the best of all possible
worlds," the commission said in its report to President
Bush. "And we do not live in the best of worlds."
Iraq kids suffer from malnutrition
Almost twice as many Iraqi children are suffering from malnutrition
since the U.S.-led invasion toppled Saddam Hussein, a U.N.
monitor said Monday. Four% of Iraqis under age 5 went hungry
in the months after Saddam's ouster in April 2003, and the
rate nearly doubled to 7.7% last year, said Jean Ziegler,
the U.N. Human Rights Commission's special expert on the
right to food. The situation is "a result of the war
led by coalition forces," he said.
Says U.S. Was 'Too Loud' Over Iraq -Magazine
The United States made errors in presenting its case for
war against Iraq, but Saddam Hussein had to be removed,
former Secretary of State Colin Powell told a German magazine.
"We were sometimes too loud, too direct, perhaps we
made too much noise," Powell told Stern magazine in
an interview released on Wednesday. "That certainly
shocked the Europeans sometimes."
Details on F.B.I. Aid for Saudis After 9/11
The episode has been retold so many times in the last three
and a half years that it has become the stuff of political
legend: in the frenzied days after Sept. 11, 2001, when
some flights were still grounded, dozens of well-connected
Saudis, including relatives of Osama bin Laden, managed
to leave the United States on specially chartered flights.
Detainee's Leg Was 'Pulpified,' Witness Says
The testimony comes at a hearing for an MP who delivered
beatings. The inmate later died. Ft. Bliss, Texas - An Afghan
detainee in U.S. custody was so brutalized before his death
that his thigh tissue was "pulpified," a forensic
pathologist testified Tuesday at a preliminary hearing for
a military police officer charged in the 2002 assault. "It
was similar to injuries of a person run over by a bus,"
said Lt. Col. Elizabeth Rouse, who performed an autopsy
on the detainee, identified only as Dilawar.
US plans for Iraq's oil
The Bush administration made plans for war and for Iraq's
oil before the 9/11 attacks, sparking a policy battle between
neo-cons and Big Oil, BBC's Newsnight has revealed. Two
years ago today - when President George Bush announced US,
British and Allied forces would begin to bomb Baghdad -
protesters claimed the US had a secret plan for Iraq's oil
once Saddam had been conquered.
Likely to Soon Cut Troops in Iraq - Army General
The Army expects to begin cutting troop levels in Iraq as
soon as this year, a move that would reduce the level of
U.S. forces there to below 138,000, an Army general said
on Thursday. "I think for the next force rotation,
we'll start seeing that (the) force rotation coming in will
be smaller than the force that's in there," said Gen.
Richard Cody, the Army's vice chief of staff.
forced to backtrack on Iraq
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was forced by Washington
and London to backtrack on his surprise announcement that
Italian troops would start leaving Iraq in September, the
Italian press said today. "George W Bush and Tony Blair
say 'Stop Berlusconi'," read the headline in the centre-left
opposition daily La Repubblica.
of the Fallen
Over 1,000 American kids have lost a parent in the Iraq
war. They were prepared to die, even the truck drivers and
supply clerks; any American who sets foot in Iraq must be.
They made out wills, as the military requires, and left
behind letters and videos for their families. The families
in turn prepared for the day when they might open the door
to find a chaplain on the other side. In military families
the notion of duty is not confined to the battlefield. On
the morning that 14-year-old Rohan Osbourne learned that
his mother, Pamela, had been killed in a mortar attack on
her Army base, his father dropped him off as usual at Robert
M. Shoemaker High School, where three quarters of the students
are the children of soldiers from nearby Fort Hood, Texas.
"I might not get a lot of work done today, ma'am,"
Rohan politely explained to his teacher. "My mommy
died yesterday in Iraq."
FBI report doubts al-Qa'ida can stage 9/11-type strikes
A secret FBI report has cast doubt on al-Qa'ida's ability
to stage another "spectacular" attack in the US,
three and a half years after the 9/11 suicide hijackings
and a year after the Madrid bombings, the network's only
other major strike in the West. While the desire of the
al-Qa'ida leadership to attack the US was "not in question",
the report said, "their capability to do so is unclear,
particularly in regard to 'spectacular' operations".
at Weapons Plants Was Systematic, Iraqi Says
In the weeks after Baghdad fell in April 2003, looters systematically
dismantled and removed tons of machinery from Saddam Hussein's
most important weapons installations, including some with
high-precision equipment capable of making parts for nuclear
arms, a senior Iraqi official said this week in the government's
first extensive comments on the looting. [...] The threat
posed by these types of facilities was cited by the Bush
administration as a reason for invading Iraq, but the installations
were left largely unguarded by allied forces in the chaotic
months after the invasion.
Sgrena shuts up. Why? John Negroponte, hit man.
The Bush-lovin' Italian government wants (or here)
Giuliana Sgrena to shut up about what happened to her in
Iraq, and she has apparently taken the hint, and now claims
that she does not believe the Americans were trying to kill
her. I don't blame her for this, as we don't need this issue
to blunt the effect of the reporting she will be doing regarding
what took place in Falluja. We are able to draw our own
conclusions on what happened to her...
Troops Who Fired on Freed Italian Journalist Were Security
U.S. troops who mistakenly killed an Italian intelligence
agent last week on the road to Baghdad's international airport
were part of extra security provided by the U.S. Army to
protect U.S. Ambassador John Negroponte, a U.S. official
said Thursday [...] "The mobile patrol was there to
enhance security because Ambassador Negroponte was expected
through," U.S. Embassy spokesman Robert Callahan said,
confirming reports in Italian media. The newspaper La Repubblica
reported Wednesday that the checkpoint had been "set
up to protect the passage of Ambassador Negroponte."
budget scraps 9,790 border patrol agents
The law signed by President Bush less than two months ago
to add thousands of border patrol agents along the U.S.-Mexico
border has crashed into the reality of Bush's austere federal
budget proposal, officials said Tuesday. Officially approved
by Bush on Dec. 17 after extensive bickering in Congress,
the National Intelligence Reform Act included the requirement
to add 10,000 border patrol agents in the five years beginning
with 2006. Roughly 80 percent of the agents were to patrol
the southern U.S. border from Texas to California, along
which thousands of people cross into the United States illegally
Slashes Law enforcement in new budget
President Bushs budget will propose slashing grants
to local law enforcement agencies and cutting spending for
environmental protection, American Indian schools and home-heating
aid for the poor, The Associated Press learned Saturday.
Bush molded the roughly $2.5 trillion spending plan for
2006 as a response to a string of record federal deficits,
and he is expected to send it to Congress on Monday.
Say U.S. Rhetoric Rings Hollow
President Bush's inaugural address placing the fostering
of democratic freedoms around the world at the center of
U.S. foreign policy drew a skeptical reaction Friday in
the Arab world, where analysts questioned whether the rhetoric
of the speech was consistent with the administration's actions
in the Middle East.
Report Cites Many Warnings About Hijackings
In the months before the Sept. 11 attacks, federal aviation
officials reviewed dozens of intelligence reports that warned
about Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda, some of which specifically
discussed airline hijackings and suicide operations, according
to a previously undisclosed report from the 9/11 commission.
Connects Iraq to 911 in this letter to congress
Bush used very careful language when implying links
and connections between Osama and Saddam. So this letter
is a rare find. In it he is giving Congress reasons
for his pre-emptive strike against Iraq and reason number
take the necessary actions against international terrorists
and terrorist organizations, including those nations,
organizations, or persons who planned, authorized, committed,
or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on September
blames 'group think' for CIA failures on Iraq
The key U.S. assertions leading to the 2003 invasion of
Iraq -- that Saddam Hussein had chemical and biological
weapons and was working to make nuclear weapons -- were
wrong and based on false or overstated CIA analyses, a scathing
Senate Intelligence Committee report asserted Friday ...
"As the report will show, they were also unreasonable
and largely unsupported by the available intelligence,"
"This was a global intelligence failure."
of Rice's 9/11 commission statementWednesday, May 19, 2004
National security adviser Condoleezza Rice testified Thursday
under oath and in public before the independent National
Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States investigating
the attacks of September 11, 2001. The White House initially
refused to allow Rice's public testimony but reversed its
position after pressure from relatives of 9/11 victims,
commission members and politicians.
may never be found - Blair
Mr Blair said he had "to accept we haven't found
them and we may never find them" - but that did not
mean Saddam Hussein had not been a threat. He said the former
Iraqi leader had been in breach of UN resolutions and his
weapons may have been "removed, hidden or destroyed".
Mr Blair also said US security concerns had to be tackled
before British detainees at Guantanamo Bay are freed.
Had No New Data on Saddam, Al Qaeda-Panel
The Sept. 11 commission,
which reported no evidence of collaborative links between
Iraq and al Qaeda, said on Tuesday that Vice President
Dick Cheney had no more information than commission investigators
to support his later assertions to the contrary.
October! Let's have a July Surprise!
A third source, an official who works under
ISI's director, Lieutenant General Ehsan ul-Haq, informed
tnr that the Pakistanis "have been told at every
level that apprehension or killing of HVTs before [the]
election is [an] absolute must." What's more, this
source claims that Bush administration officials have
told their Pakistani counterparts they have a date in
mind for announcing this achievement: "The last
ten days of July deadline has been given repeatedly
by visitors to Islamabad and during [ul-Haq's] meetings
in Washington." Says McCormack: "I'm aware
of no such comment." But according to this ISI
official, a White House aide told ul-Haq last spring
that "it would be best if the arrest or killing
of [any] HVT were announced on twenty-six, twenty-seven,
or twenty-eight July"--the first three days of
the Democratic National Convention in Boston.
Recalling Thousands Who Left Service
Digging deeper for help in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Army
is recalling to active duty about 5,600 people who recently
left the service and still have a reserve obligation.
Hands Power to Iraqis Two Days Early
The U.S.-led coalition transferred sovereignty to an
interim Iraqi government two days early Monday in a surprise
move that apparently caught insurgents off guard, averting
a feared campaign of attacks to sabotage the historic step
54% now say sending troops to Iraq was a mistake
Most Americans now say that sending U.S. troops to Iraq
was a mistake, a USA TODAY/CNN/Gallup Poll finds. For the
first time, a majority also says that the war there has
made the nation less safe from terrorism
insider says U.S. fighting wrong war
A career CIA officer claims in a new book that America is
losing the war on terror, in part because of the invasion
of Iraq, which, he says, distracted the United States from
the war against terrorism and further fueled al-Qaidas
struggle against the United States. The author, who writes
as Anonymous, is a 22-year veteran of the CIA
and still works for the intelligence agency, which allowed
him to publish the book after reviewing it for classified
Said Dead in Attacks Across Iraq
Insurgents launched coordinated attacks against police
and government buildings across Iraq on Thursday, less than
a week before the handover of sovereignty. The strikes killed
69 people, including three American soldiers, and wounded
more than 270 people, Iraqi and U.S. officials said.
Connects Iraq to 911 in this letter to congress
take the necessary actions against international terrorists
and terrorist organizations, including those nations, organizations,
or persons who planned, authorized, committed, or aided
the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001."
in the Shade
In April 2003, John Ashcroft's Justice Department disrupted
what appears to have been a horrifying terrorist plot. In
the small town of Noonday, Tex., F.B.I. agents discovered
a weapons cache containing fully automatic machine guns,
remote-controlled explosive devices disguised as briefcases,
60 pipe bombs and a chemical weapon a cyanide bomb
big enough to kill everyone in a 30,000-square-foot
building. Strangely, though, the attorney general didn't
call a press conference to announce the discovery of the
weapons cache, or the arrest of William Krar, its owner.
He didn't even issue a press release.
of Iraqis Reveals Anger Toward U.S.
President Bush (news - web sites) is fond of telling
Americans they have liberated Iraq (news - web sites) and
that the country's future generations will be thankful.
The current generation, however, overwhelmingly views U.S.
forces as occupiers and wishes they would just leave, according
to a poll commissioned by the administration.
says terror report "mistake," not cover-up
of State Colin Powell said yesterday that a State Department
report claiming a global decline in terrorist incidents
last year was a "big mistake," but he said there
was no intent to "cook the books" for political
Kills Head of Iraqi Governing Council
The head of the Iraqi Governing Council was killed in
a suicide car bombing near a checkpoint outside the coalition
headquarters in central Baghdad on Monday, dealing a blow
to U.S. efforts to stabilize Iraq ahead of a handover of
sovereignty on June 30.
Seems to Show Beheading of American
A video posted Tuesday on an Islamic militant Web site
showed a group affiliated with al-Qaida beheading an American
contractor in Iraq, saying the death was revenge for the
abuse of Iraqi prisoners by American soldiers.
Prisoners Died While Held by U.S. Forces
Twenty-five prisoners have died while being held by
U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan and two of them were
murdered in Iraq by Americans, one a soldier and the other
a contractor working for the CIA U.S. Army officials said
Nightmare at Abu Ghraib
The American military made a strange and ill-starred
decision when it chose to incarcerate Iraqis in Abu Ghraib,
the prison that had become a byword for torture under Saddam
Hussein and a symbol of everything the invasion of Iraq
was supposed to end. As United States officials have known
for months, some of the American soldiers brought their
own version of sadism to the site. Now that the rest of
the world knows as well, the Bush administration will have
to do more than denounce the scandal as the work of a few
mistreated by US captors. So much for capturing hearts and
story - The
Some Iraq testimony not 'solid' Saturday, April 3,
US Secretary of State Colin Powell said his prewar testimony
to the U.N. Security Council about Iraq's alleged mobile,
biological weapons labs was based on information that appears
not to be "solid." Powell's speech before the
Security Council on February, 5, 2003 --detailing possible
weapons of mass destruction in Iraq -- was a major event
in the Bush administration's effort to justify a war and
win international support.
Of Iraqi POWs By GIs Probed
Last month, the U.S. Army announced 17 soldiers in Iraq,
including a brigadier general, had been removed from duty
after charges of mistreating Iraqi prisoners. But the details
of what happened have been kept secret, until now.
COMPLETE 911 Timeline
A Truely AMAZING page.
If you read this and aren't mad, you aren't paying attention.
advice to U.S.: Leave Iraq
The Vietnamese people have some friendly advice for the
United States: Don't make the same mistake twice. Get out
of Iraq before it's too late.
Gets a New Flag
Iraq's US-appointed Governing Council has approved a new
national flag for the embattled country, officials said.
The design consists of a pale blue crescent on a white background,
with a yellow strip between two blue lines at the bottom.
Has Our Back!
The coalition of the fuck this I'm outta here
Denies Iran Report of Bin Laden's Capture
TEHRAN (Reuters) - The US Department of Defense denied
reports by Iran's official IRNA news agency on Saturday
that al QED leader Osama bin Laden has been captured.
'We Were Almost All Wrong'Former top US weapons
inspector David Kay told a Senate committee that the failure
to turn up weapons of mass destruction in Iraq exposed weaknesses
in America's intelligence-gathering apparatus. More...
NEWS: Summer terror attack fears grow
US Attorney General John Ashcroft and FBI Director Robert
Mueller are to hold a joint press conference amid fears
that a new US terror attack is looming.
NEWS: Ridge: Several 'Credible' Summer Terror Threats
U.S. intelligence officials received "several"
credible reports that terrorist groups like Al Qaeda may
be planning an attack during one of the major events scheduled
for this summer, Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge
(search) said Wednesday.
NEWS: (Video) The Terror Threat
NEWS: Feds Seek Possible Terror Plotters
The Justice Department and FBI were expected on Wednesday
to identify individuals sought in connection with intelligence
pointing to a possible terrorist attack on the United States
NEWS: New Information Indicates Attacks in U.S.
Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said Wednesday new
information indicates terrorists are planning an attack
on America, possibly connected to high-profile upcoming
events such as the dedication of a new World War II monument,
economic summit and political conventions.
NEWS: Officials plan 'lookout' alerts for 7
FBI Director Robert Mueller and Attorney General John
Ashcroft plan to announce "be on the lookout"
alerts on Wednesday for seven people in connection with
terrorism investigations, federal law enforcement sources
NEWS: U.S. Warns Of Al Qaeda Threat This Summer
Federal officials have information suggesting that al
Qaeda has people in the United States preparing to mount
a large-scale terrorist attack this summer, sources familiar
with the information said yesterday.
NEWS: US says al-Qaeda ready to hit "hard"
Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda is poised to stage a new strike
on the United States, Attorney General John Ashcroft said
as authorities launched a public hunt for seven "armed
and dangerous" suspects.
the Numbers as of 6/24/04
Total number of coalition military deaths between the start
of war and June 16, 2004: 952 (836 U.S.)
Of those 952, the number killed after President George W.
Bush declared an end to major combat operations
on May 1, 2003: 693
Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat since the war began:
5,134 (Number ill or injured in non-combat incidents
estimated to be over 11,000)
Number of U.S. troops wounded in combat since President
George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations
on May 1, 2003: 4,593
Number of civilian contractors, missionaries, and civilian
workers killed: 50-90
Number of international media workers killed: 30
Iraqi civilians killed: 9,436 to 11,317
Iraqi civilians injured: 40,000 (est.)
Iraqi soldiers and insurgents killed prior to May 1, 2003:
4,895 to 6,370
The bill so far: $126.1 billion
Additional amount to cover operations through 2004: $25
What $151 billion could have paid for in the U.S.:
Housing vouchers: 23 million
Health care for uninsured Americans: 27 mil.
Salaries for elementary school teachers: 3 mil.
New fire engines: 678,200
Head Start slots: 20 million
Estimated long-term cost of war to every U.S. household:
Amount contractor Halliburton is alleged to have charged
for meals never served to troops and for cost overruns on
fuel deliveries: $221 million
Kickbacks received by Halliburton employees from subcontractors:
Percentage of Americans who now feel that the situation
in Iraq was not worth going to war over.: 54
Percentage of Iraqis who said they would feel safer if U.S.
and other foreign troops left the country immediately: 55
Percentage of U.S. soldiers in Iraq reporting low morale:
Percentage of soldiers who said they would not re-enlist:
Percentage of wounded unable to return to duty: 64
Number of soldiers whose tours of duty have been extended
by the Army: 20,000
Percentage of reserve troops who earn lower salaries while
on deployment: 30-40
Fraction of National Guard troops among U.S. force now in
Percentage of U.S. police departments missing officers due
to Iraq deployments: 44
Effect on al Qaeda of the Iraq war, according to International
Institute for Strategic Studies: Accelerated recruitment
Estimated number of al Qaeda terrorists as of May 2004:
18,000 with 1,000 active in Iraq
Percentage of Iraqis expressing no confidence
in U.S. civilian authorities or coalition forces: 80
Iraqs oil production in 2002: 2.04 mil. barrels/day
Iraqs oil production in 2003: 1.33 mil. barrels/day
Price of a gallon of gasoline in the U.S. in May
2004: more than $2
they seem so CERTAIN another "terror" attack is
To Ashcroft Proves Threat Was Known Before 9/11
report admits there was no Iraq - Al Queda link
Die in Iraq
attacked on terrorism record
may be on path to civil war, CIA officials warn
Was Given Data on Hijacker Long Before 9/11
Shortage of Gear, Some U.S. Soldiers Must Equip Themselves
we don't know about 9/11
the war to your kids
Phrase was dropped from UK Iraq dossier
Soldiers' Suicide Rate Is Up in Iraq
officials knew in May Iraq possessed no WMD
admits he targeted Saddam from the start
Chemical Agent in Iraq Mortar Shells
Sought Ways To Invade Iraq
claims proof of WMD lies
Admits Iraq Plans before 9-11
for rebuilding Iraq goes missing
Says Iraq Had No WMD
'offered Bush a huge oiled to avert war'
study Criticizes War on Terror
Lynch Laments Military Portrayal
Win Right to War Protesters' Records
are young kids paying the ultimate price for this war based
on lies and deciet. Not ld enough to drink, yet asked to
die willingly for our country. My prayers are with all of
Laden saw the invasion of Iraq as a Christmas gift he never
thought hed get. By invading a country thats
regarded as the second holiest place in Islam, he asserts,
the Bush administration inadvertently validated bin Ladens
assertions that the United States intends a holy war against
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adults who were selected randomly in Baghdad, Basra, Mosul,
Diwaniyah, Hillah and Baquba between 14 and 23 May.
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