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Iraq's prime minister ordered an investigation Monday into the slaying of half of the roughly 100 remaining residents at an Iranian dissident camp north of Baghdad, where a UN team got its first look at the aftermath of the large-scale bloodshed. The
39 Up to 200 British military witnesses are set to give evidence in the coming months [Getty Images] British army officials have dismissed what they called "baseless rumours" that troops mutilated the bodies of dead Iraqi fighters after a 2004
These days in Iraq, state-supported reminders of the horrors of Saddam Hussein's rule are always close at hand. Multimedia One of Iraqi state television's biggest recent hits was a dramatic series about the Baath Party's crimes under Mr. Hussein. In
The United Nations children's agency is scaling up its assistance to thousands of Syrian refugee children and their families in the Kurdistan region of Iraq where tens of thousands of families arrived in recent weeks...Copenhagen, Denmark, to respond
Walter Shapiro's column at Yahoo yesterday might as well be called, "My Hero -- xoxo ." Its actual headline is , "Obama's history-defying decision to seek Congressional approval on Syria." As Instapundit's Glenn Reynolds noted a short time ago : "
Attacking defenceless refugees in Camp Ashraf by Iraqi forces is a crime against humanity Catherine Ashton must resign and Martin Kobler held responsible for his collaboration with criminal regimes We strongly condemn the brutal attack by Iraqi
A UN team visited a camp housing Iranian exiles north of the Iraqi capital yesterday as investigators tried to establish how 52 members of the anti-Tehran group died over the weekend. Iraqi security officer, were met with international condemnation.
A United Nations team on Monday visited a contentious Iranian dissident camp in Iraq where multiple residents were killed the previous day in unclear circumstances, as the Iraqi government pledged to launch a probe into the bloodshed. The facts of
British army officials on Monday dismissed "baseless rumours" that troops mutilated the bodies of dead Iraqi insurgents after a 2004 battle, as a public inquiry heard its first evidence from military witnesses. The Al-Sweady Inquiry is investigating
Iraq's prime minister ordered an investigation Monday into the slaying of half of the roughly 100 remaining residents at an Iranian dissident camp north of Baghdad, where a U.N. team got its first look at the aftermath of the large-scale bloodshed.