PDF document. Daily counts from Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as wounded talleys.Entered By: Powell Gammill
Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff was so angry about the public statements of former Ambassador Joe Wilson that he monitored all of Wilson's television appearances and urged the White House to mount an aggressive public campaign aga
Cryptome won't let the dead be forgotten. Going through this site makes it hard to forget the cost of WAR.Entered By: Powell Gammill
Likely to seek charges for easier-to-prove crimes such as making false statements, obstruction of justice and disclosing classified information. May also bring a broad conspiracy charge.
Associated Press feed.Entered By: Powell Gammill
"If the United States tried to attack us by a direct invasion, forget the oil," the Venezuelan President said. "Everyday, we send 1.5 million barrels to the United States."
A combative Saddam Hussein yesterday challenged the legitimacy of the Iraqi tribunal set up to try him and insisted he remained the constitutional president of Iraq, in a dramatic opening of a trial that was quickly adjourned until next month.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Wednesday refused to rule out the possibility of U.S. troops still serving in Iraq in 10 years or U.S. military force against Syria and Iran.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Saddam Hussein and seven members of his Baath party, including his half-brother, will file into a marble-lined, chandelier-hung courtroom in Baghdad on Wednesday to face the stares of five judges and the world.
Very little has been written about the White House Iraq Group, or WHIG, and only one newspaper article or two have mentioned it in passing reporting that it had been set up by Andrew Card, the White House chief of staff, said the article in the newsp
The US military today said all of those killed were militants, but witnesses claimed at least 39 innocent civilians died in the attack.
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) - Iraqis went to the polls Saturday to give a "yes" or "no" to a new constitution aimed at defining democracy in a nation once ruled by Saddam Hussein and now sharply divided among its Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish
WASHINGTON Oct 14, 2005 — It was billed as a conversation with U.S. troops, but the questions President Bush asked on a teleconference call Thursday were choreographed to match his goals for the war in Iraq and Saturday's vote on a new Iraqi cons
The Arabic text of the recently released letter alleged to be by Zawahiri (al-Qaeda's number two man) to Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in Iraq raises questions for me as to its authenticity.
MOSUL, Iraq (AFX) - Thirty people were killed today when a suicide bomber blew himself up in a large crowd of people outside an army recruitment centre in the northwestern Iraqi town of Tal Afar, police said.
It is was noted that Kenan committed suicide with just days remaining before the announcement of a United Nations report on the assassination of the former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri. The UN report is expected to be released by October 25.
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Help those poor war enthusiasts find their way to their nearest recruiter, so they too can go fight in Iraq.Entered By: Powell Gammill
A summary for those that need to get the names straight.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Two car bombs killed dozens of Iraqis on Tuesday, four days before a referendum on a constitution that has divided the nation along sectarian lines.
Principally the military actions and consequences of the US-led invasion.Entered By: Powell Gammill
Various justifications were given for the initiation of the war with Iraq.Entered By: Powell Gammill
Now, with Saturday's constitutional referendum appearing more likely to divide than unify the country, some within the administration have concluded that the quest for democracy in Iraq, at least in its current form, could actually strengthen the
The United States recently debated launching military strikes inside Syria against camps used by insurgents operating in neighboring Iraq, Newsweek reports.
President Bush's principal adviser Karl Rove is to be questioned again over the improper naming of a CIA official. Mohamed ElBaradei, accused by the American right of being insufficiently aggressive, wins the Nobel Peace Prize for his stalwart wo