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Jasem Mohammed says he was an honest man who had never stolen anything in his life. So he feels a little ashamed of whatever it was that clicked in his head since the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime and made him a thief, like so many others in this...
Tags: Homes, Vehicles, House Building, Crime, Law and Justice, Iraq
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersU.S. and British troops swept into southern Iraq on Thursday in an invasion aimed at Baghdad, where a new wave of missiles and bombs struck a presidential compound housing several government departments at the heart of Saddam Hussein's power. The...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - U.S. and British aircraft blasted Iraqi forces dug in around Baghdad yesterday, while allied leaders held a war summit in the Maryland mountains on the progress of the week-old invasion. "However long it takes ... Saddam Hussein will be...
Reports of Iraqi paramilitaries firing on civilians trying to escape Basra: It doesn't surprise me whatsoever. The civilians are a captive audience. The Fedayeen Saddam guerillas, the death squads know they have to control the people to survive in Basra....
Tags: Baghdad (Iraq), Iraq, Death
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - An armored American column roared into Baghdad in broad daylight yesterday in a brief, bold and violent show of force against the heart of Saddam Hussein's regime. Dozens of U.S. M1A1 Abrams tanks and Bradley fighting vehicles looped down...
It's late morning outside the gates of Basra, and Irish Guard Lance Cpl. Ryan Robinson recounts that, like clockwork, Iraqi fighters have shelled his checkpoint from somewhere beyond the walls of southern Iraq's largest city. No one was hurt in the...
Sentinel National CorrespondentCoalition airstrikes apparently killed 200 Baath Party officials near Basra and also struck at paramilitary "death squads" outside Baghdad blamed for fake-surrender ambushes and the first suicide-bomber attack on allied troops. U.S. forces were also...
Tags: Wars and Interventions, Politics, Vehicles, Suicide, Bombings
Tribune foreign correspondentThey call it the Red House for its faded pink paint, now pocked and peeling like bad skin. Dark things--horrible things--happened there. With this, even Iraq's Baath Party agrees. Twelve years ago, during a popular uprising supported by Washington,...
Tags: Wars and Interventions, Politics, Armed Forces, Defense, Iraq
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Fast-moving American invasion forces bore down on Baghdad yesterday, as U.S. missiles thundered into Saddam Hussein's palaces and offices for a second straight day, turning still more of them into so many piles of rubble. Across the vast...
Sun Foreign StaffKUWAIT CITY -- With Iraqi hospitals full of wounded and water shortages made evident by people in southern Iraq drinking from drainage ditches, humanitarian aid workers are warning that the worst for civilians could be yet to come. Hundreds of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe Al-Samoud 2 missiles that weapons inspectors have ordered Iraq to destroy would probably be among the first weapons fired by Saddam Hussein to slow or stop a U.S. invasion, military experts say. The missile, which is at the heart of a standoff this...
Sentinel Staff WriterIn an ominous succession of developments, the war appeared to be intensifying in Iraq and beyond Friday as coalition forces moved closer to the Republican Guard, U.S. officials issued warnings to Syria and Iran, and a missile strike shook Kuwait City....
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