Wednesday, July 20, 2005


Suicide Attacks Claim More Lives in Iraq

BAGHDAD, 21 July 2005 — Over a dozen more people lost their lives in Iraq yesterday, including eight killed when a suicide bomber blew himself up outside the ...
Dozens Die at Bombing Near Baghdad
Hellish fire consumes at least 54 people
BAGHDAD, 17 July – The worst terror attack in Iraq since February wounds at least 80 people and kills over 50 people. A suicide bomber detonated a bomb near a Shiite mosque setting off a tanker truck near a gas station which created an enormous fireball. The explosion struck a crowded ....
Sunni Arabs suspend work on Iraq
Iraq relives bloody Saddam rule on TV
... Officials in Iraq's Shiite-led government, some of his most hated opponents, want a speedy death sentence for Saddam, ousted by the US-led invasion in 2003. ... "Iran behind gassing of Kurds, Shiite massacre" A legal sham: first charges laid against Saddam Hussein World Socialist Web SiteStaff members of Saddam tribunal dismissed for links to Baath
Iraq Holds Moment of Silence for Victims
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Iraqis stepped from their cars, emerged from shops and stood under the blazing sun Wednesday in a moment of silence to honor victims of ... IRAQ: MINUTE SILENCE HELD FOR TERRORISM VICTIMS 11 dead, 25 injured in Baghdad attack
CNN Howard, Bush stand firm on Iraq timelineABC Online, Australia - 4 hours ago... visit with a joint press conference with President George Bush, where they both refused to set timetables for their military commitments to Iraq and Afghanistan ... Aust bombing victim questions Howard on Iraq ABC OnlineDiggers in Iraq indefinitelyTroops in Iraq to stay, says Howard Advertiser Adelaide
War charges add to Blair Iraq woes
TONY Blair faced further pressure over the Iraq war yesterday as war crime charges were laid against three British soldiers and opinion polls confirmed that ... Britain to list and screen extremists AustralianAnother embarrassment for Blair Britain Assails Critical Report on Role in Iraq New York Times
UK soldiers' Iraq charges
Eleven British soldiers are facing courts martial over two separate incidents in which two Iraqi civilians died. Brit troops charged with Iraq war crimes Three British Soldiers in Iraq Facing War Crimes Charges

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