Day 42: US war crimes
Posted: Wednesday, April 30, 2003
The Secrets of September 11
The White House is battling to keep a report on the terror attacks secret. Does the 2004 election have anything to do with it?
American Navy 'helped Venezuelan coup'
A CLAIM OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS TO THE UNITED NATIONS
VERSUS THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
We are not with you and we don't believe you
Tony Blair's first public attempt to heal the diplomatic wounds of the Iraq war suffered a humiliating rebuff yesterday when Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, refused to lift UN sanctions and mocked the possibility that weapons of mass destruction existed in Iraq.
US war crimes case 'going ahead'
A Belgian lawyer is planning to press ahead with a war crimes lawsuit against US General Tommy Franks, despite American anger. The suit, brought by 19 Iraqis, accuses General Franks of war crimes during the Iraq conflict.
US to Be Sued for Iraq War Crimes
Putin Challenges Blair, US on Saddam WMD
Russian President Vladimir Putin challenged the US and UK drive to remove United Nations’ sanctions on Iraq without independent verification of the elimination of weapons of mass destruction as called for by relevant UN sanctions. Putin also took the opportunity to chide British Prime Minister Tony Blair, and the Bush administration tacitly, over the failure to locate WMD and Saddam Hussein.
France, Germany deepen UK rift
The mirage of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction
In late August 2002, I listened with trepidation to President Bush's burgeoning false allegations about Iraq's nuclear military capability. Even then, one could discern that the sustained use of misinformation to support the invasion of Iraq showed that the President's claims were not based on any facts.
U.S. Troops Fire on Iraq Protesters Again
To the Iraqis it was murder
To the US troops it was self-defence
What is beyond dispute is that 14 Iraqis were dead yesterday and 70 wounded lay in the main hospital, surrounded by angry family members, after US troops fired on a crowd of demonstrators.
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