Day 33: Hundreds are dying |
Posted: Monday, April 21, 2003
Shi'a will to power:
Downfall of Bush and the Neocons?
Bush needs his next fix
His talent for war has been proven, but the US president still has a mammoth task ahead to ensure he is re-elected
A Controversial Crusade
Evangelizing may backfire, some say
Liberate America First
The media kept referring to this war as an effort to "liberate Iraq." And they reported this as a fact! Like, "two divisions moved closer to Baghdad today." Is it a fact that the U. S. is "liberating Iraq" and its residents? If thatís the case, itís news to me. I live in the U.S. and I am not free. And my country is run by the same army that is now "liberating Iraq." Best wishes, my new fellow citizens of the United State of Greater America.
The unthinkable is becoming normal
Do not forget the horror. The saving of one little boy must not be a cover for the crime of this war!
Washington caught in WMD lies
New Iraq sanctions debate bares US-European tensions
Iran calls Garner "Israel's agent in Iraq"
The news network Khabar quoted on Monday Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, as saying that the Iraqi administration should be composed of representatives elected by the Iraqi people and not by a retired American military man who is an agent or at least very close to the "Zionist regime" (Israel).
Man who would be 'king' of Iraq
Fast food comes to Iraq
Basra: Fastfood giants Pizza Hut and Burger King have set up their first franchises inside war-torn Iraq, even as many aid convoys waited on the borders for the war to officially end.
Israeli troops killed six Palestinians
Israeli troops killed six Palestinians and wounded at least 40 others when a force of 35 tanks, armoured personnel carriers, bulldozers and four-wheel-drives thrust into the Rafah refugee camp yesterday.
Cluster bomb victim, Samir Mahmood, 12, is treated amid the chaos of one of
Baghdad's main children's hospitals. Picture: KATE GERAGHTY
'Hundreds are dying who should not die'
Exhausted doctors and nursing staff move between scores of other patients in the crowded foyer, the only part of the hospital with power. There is not enough water to clean the floors. Flies swarm in the foetid air.
When peace bloomed at Easter
Sometime during the first two weeks of the Iraq war, Colin Powell spoke from Philadelphia. Few would know the symbolic significance this held for some.
Britain's Secret Army
The U.K.'s top cop shows how the army and police used loyalist killers during the Ulster Troubles
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