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Reporter Fired for Iraqi TV Interview

American television network NBC said today that it had severed relations with veteran reporter Peter Arnett after he was interviewed on Iraqi TV

US Marines Turn Fire on Civilians at the Bridge of Death

War’s brutal reality begins to dawn on US marines. Leaving some, untested by its horrors, in a state of shock

U.S. Fumbling Postwar Plan

If concern is growing that ideological convictions at the Defense Department resulted in costly miscalculations regarding the war in Iraq, even greater alarm is warranted by glaring missteps in the preparation for what comes after the war. Take, for instance, the political profile of the man tapped to lead the occupation, retired Lt. Gen. Jay […]

War in Iraq 8: Update April 2 2003

Latest news and analysis from Russian journalists and military experts covering the war in Iraq.

Russian Military Intelligence Update April 1 2003

Daily online reports from IRAQWAR.RU, an informative site set up by Russian journalists and military analysts to cover the war in Iraq

In Baghdad, Blood and Bandages for the Innocent

Robert Fisk reports from the Baghdad suburb of Shu’ale and the city’s main hospital, in the aftermath of a Coalition air attack

Offense and Defense

As the war in Iraq faltered last week there was anger in Washington. Seymour Hersh on the battle between Donald Rumsfeld and Pentagon planners

Western Journalists in Iraq Beaten, Starved … by Americans

KUWAIT CITY, 3 April 2003 — Two Western journalists have arrived safely back in Kuwait City after being arrested, beaten up and deprived of food and water in Iraq — by members of the US Army’s military police. Arab News has learned that Luis Castro and Victor Silva, both reporters working for RTP Portuguese television, […]

Liars, Scoundrels and Traitors

Things are not going well. The coalition is taking casualties, but to cover their mistakes Bush, Blair and their minions are resorting to bare faced lies

The BBC and Britain’s “Refuseniks”

Is the BBC quite the bastion of journalistic integrity it would have us believe? Or does its coverage of the war in Iraq follow another agenda?

Paedophiles Exploit the Besieged Children of Basra

Working in conjunction with the media, the Anglo-American alliance has embarked on a Psy-ops campaign, deliberately targeting Iraqi children.

Baghdad Battle Uncharted Territory; Expect Bloodshed

AS SAYLIYA CAMP, Qatar (Reuters) – The last time an invading army tried to capture a city the size of Baghdad, more than 120,000 Soviet soldiers and Germans were left dead in the streets of Berlin. No one yet dares imagine that the looming battle for Baghdad will be a replay of the battle for […]

War in Iraq 6: Fighting More Critical, Losses Studied

. Daily online reports from IRAQWAR.RU, an informative site set up by Russian journalists and military analysts to cover the war in Iraq

Into the Quicksand

I see three broad, possible outcomes to this war, writes William S. Lind. And none of them is good.

San Francisco Chronicle Suspends Writer for Anti-War Views

War in Iraq 5 – A Week of War

Daily online reports from IRAQWAR.RU, an informative site set up by Russian journalists and military analysts to cover the war in Iraq

Raw, devastating realities that expose the truth about Basra

The pictures of dead British soldiers, which Tony Blair has been complaining about, are nothing compared to the scenes in Basra’s biggest hospital

Did the US Military Start the Oil Well Fires in Kuwait in 1991?

More US servicemen are coming forward to testify that the oil well fires in Kuwait in the first Gulf War were indeed started by the US Special Forces

US Will Lose Iraq War Says Scott Ritter

. The former US marine and UN weapons inspector predicts that the US military will leave Iraq “with its tail between its legs”