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WAR: About that War

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Washington Post

The House, with overwhelming, bipartisan support, voted yesterday to give the Bush administration two months to present to Congress its planning for the withdrawal of combat forces in Iraq. The 377 to 46 vote was the first salvo of a new legislative

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Azzaman

Even children can be detained in Iraq placed in special jails. But that is not enough. They can also be raped, tortured and burned. The new picture emerging from the US-led ‘liberation’ of a country that has been bleeding since US invaded in 2003.

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AP

Deaths among American forces and Iraqi civilian deaths feel dramatically last month. The US Embassy, meanwhile, joined a broad swath of Iraqi politicians -- both Shiite and Sunni -- in criticizing a nonbinding US Senate resolution seen here as a rec

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AP

As President Bush and Sen. John Kerry clashed in 2004 over the direction of the Iraq war, a rising Army star joined the debate. Then-Lt. Gen. David Petraeus, head of a new command overseeing the training and equipping of Iraq's security forces

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The Columbian

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad invited President Bush to speak at an Iranian university if the American leader ever traveled to the Islamic Republic, state-run television reported Friday.

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Washington Post

Showing rare bipartisan consensus over war policy, the Senate overwhelmingly endorsed a political settlement for Iraq that would divide the country into three semi-autonomous regions. The plan, conceived by Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Joseph

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USA Today

More than 19,000 militants have been killed in fighting with coalition forces since the insurgency began more than four years ago. The statistics show that 4,882 militants were killed in clashes with coalition forces this year, a 25% increase over al

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Slate

The Spanish newspaper El País published the transcript of a conversation between President Bush and then-Prime Minister José María Aznar weeks before the invasion of Iraq confirms the most dreadful accounts and suspicions about Bush's intentions

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AP

A U.S. soldier cried as he told a court-martial that his staff sergeant ordered him to shoot an unarmed Iraqi. He said the sergeant then laughed and told the trooper to finish the job as the dying man convulsed on the ground.

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Tucson Citizen

AWOL soldiers are being sent to Maricopa County's Tent City Jail because Fort Huachuca doesn't have a facility that can confine inmates for long periods of time

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BBC

Turkey and Iraq have agreed on a deal to allow Turkish forces to cross into Iraq to pursue Kurdish rebels, media reports say. A security accord would be signed on Thursday, an Iraqi official confirmed. Turkey has warned Iraq to crack down on the PK

At the time of Todd's death, he was under investigation for his possible role in the nuclear weapons that were loaded into a B52 aircraft. If military personnel are under investigation at any base for a crime, they will not be given any leave unti

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"KILL EVERYBODY" - DARRELL ANDERSON EXPOSES US POLICY."I joined in '03," 'cause I was broke, I needed money, but I was a young American kid, but I wanted to fight in a war. I joined up. A month out of training I arrived in

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