Day 21: Making a killing
Posted: Wednesday, April 9, 2003
Jordan To Pump Iraqi Oil To Israel
Will US fabricate WMD evidence?
Where are the weapons?
Now that they have driven away non-embedded media sources we can expect it.
War Against Iraq is Illegal
Nobel laureate proposes US, Britain be tried for invading Iraq
Bush team pulls off great illusion
Weapons of mass destruction explanation doesn't hold up
U.S. Tells Iran, Syria, N.Korea: Learn from Iraq
The United States on Wednesday warned countries it has accused of pursuing weapons of mass destruction, including Iran, Syria and North Korea, to "draw the appropriate lesson from Iraq."
Might As Well Get To Know The Middle East
Now that our president has embedded us in the Middle East for an indefinite future, you might as well start trying to educate yourself about the area and its conflicts. As one can say about so many problems in this world, it all began with the British Empire.
Iraqi government collapses
US-led forces have snapped the spine of the Saddam Hussein government but the 'war' is not yet over
Looting and celebrations begin in Baghdad
Boy Bomb Victim Struggles Against Despair ALI Ismaeel Abbas, 12, was fast asleep when war shattered his life. A missile obliterated his home and most of his family, leaving him orphaned, badly burned - and blowing off both his arms. With tears running down his face he asked: "Can you help get my arms back? Do you think the doctors can get me another pair of hands? If I don't get a pair of hands I will commit suicide.
U.S. military conducts forcible censorship of Arab and other media outlets The Anglo-American coalition forces are about to commit atrocities in Iraq, far from the watchful eyes of Arab media. Al Jazeera media analysts have claimed that only embedded journalists are allowed safe haven and security. Both Al Jazeera and Abu Dhabi TV are now pleading with U.S. forces for safe passage out of Iraq.
Is there some element in the US military that wants to take out journalists? - Robert Fisk
'A picture of killing inflicted on a sprawling city - and it grew more unbearable by the minute' Death's embrace gave the bodies intimacies they never knew in life. Strangers, bloodied and blackened, wrapped their arms around others, hugging them close.
'International war crimes court' call
US politicians have called for international tribunals to prosecute Iraqis who commit war crimes, including anyone who directed suicide car bombings that have killed American soldiers.
Is the U.S. making fun of the international community?
Bombs Blast Homes Instead Of Saddam
Iraq's WMD revisited
Remember the Iraqi weapons of mass destruction (WMD), that is, chemical and biological weapons? Supposedly they were the reason the United States and Great Britain had to invade Iraq right away, without giving United Nations inspectors more time to continue their task.
US general: 'We shoot them down like the morons they are'
Aljazeera TV correspondent, Tariq Ayyoub, who was killed today when US missiles targeted Aljazeera and Abu Dhabi offices together with Palestine hotel where journalists stay. (aljazeera.net).
One of the Reuters correspondents, who was injured during a US missile attack on Palestine Hotel, where three journalists where killed and three were injured on Tuesday (aljazeera.net).
Hotel hit 'deliberate': French TV
FOOTAGE filmed by France 3 television of a strike on a hotel which killed two journalists in Baghdad today shows a US tank targeting the journalists' hotel and waiting at least two minutes before firing.
Position vacant: puppets apply
Who will administer the postwar Iraq? Hugh White says the answer is obvious, and not without risk.
India condemns Iraq war,
demands US troops' withdrawal
NEW DELHI: The Indian parliament on Tuesday condemned the US-led war on Iraq and demanded an immediate withdrawal of American and British forces from the war-wracked country.
Missile kills nine in one family:
Why was this done?
Welcome to Bush's new Middle East
As the United States-led coalition forces advance into Baghdad, the Bush Administration is now poised to remake the Middle East. A central objective of its war with Saddam Hussein's regime has been to turn Iraq into an epicentre for wider changes in the rest of the region to stem the rising tide of radical political Islam and popular opposition to the US and its key regional ally, Israel.
"Stupid White Men"
"Bowling" Breaks New Records
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