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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The Bush administration expressed frustration yesterday with several of its allies who want to allow more time for Iraq to disarm before the United States decides to wage war against Saddam Hussein's regime. President Bush suggested that...
Associated PressBAGHDAD, Iraq - Three suicide bombers in a furniture truck blew themselves up at the gates of a U.S. Army base yesterday, killing one soldier and wounding 14. It was the third suicide attack on American forces in Iraq this week. Three wounded soldiers...
From Wire ReportsBAGHDAD, Iraq - At least 35 people were killed and 200 more were wounded in yesterday's suicide bomb attacks against three police stations and the Red Cross headquarters, prompting aid agencies to consider withdrawing their staffs and underscoring the...
Times Staff WriterBAGHDAD — Saddam Hussein and his son Qusai crippled the Iraqi military through a multitude of erratic orders and strategic miscalculations, while its fighting units barely communicated with one another and were paralyzed from lack of direction,...
Tags: Iraq, Vehicles, Armed Forces, Gaming, Somalia
Associated PressWASHINGTON - U.S.-led forces have captured two more important Iraqis - the scientist known as "Dr. Germ" and a top leader in President Saddam Hussein's armed forces. Dr. Rihab Rashid Taha, a scientist who helped Iraq make weapons out of anthrax,...
Times Staff WritersMOSUL, Iraq -- Sheik Nawaf Zaidan had been looking a bit edgy lately, his neighbors say. A well-connected building contractor in his 50s, he had complained to merchants in his affluent area of Mosul that he had been unable to sleep much, only about one...
Tags: Sicilian Mafia, Mosul (Iraq), Iraq, Armed Forces, Family
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The United States unleashed a withering air assault on Iraq yesterday, striking Baghdad and targets throughout the country with 1,500 precision-guided bombs and cruise missiles in an escalating campaign to drive Saddam Hussein from power. As...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Sometime this week, perhaps as early as tomorrow night, Tomahawk cruise missiles with 1,000-pound warheads launched from Navy ships in the Red Sea and Persian Gulf could arc through the sky over Saudi Arabia and Kuwait and begin landing on...
Sun Foreign StaffBAGHDAD, Iraq - On a cool breezy day, many in the middle-class Dora neighborhood of south Baghdad searched for the normal where they could. But all anyone had to do was look around to see how abnormal life still was. Two thick plumes of black smoke...
Tags: Iraq, BBC, Metal and Mineral, Vehicles, Armed Conflicts
Times Staff WritersThe war was supposed to be over. But the deaths of four U.S. soldiers and the wounding of 15 others in just two days in armed attacks across Iraq raise the troubling prospect that a fresh wave of violent resistance to U.S. occupation is beginning. A...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Some senior U.S. military officers both in Washington and in the Persian Gulf are troubled that U.S. forces in Iraq do not have enough tanks and other armored vehicles to complete the drive on Baghdad and protect the long supply lines that...
Tags: Iraq, Vehicles, Armed Forces, Kuwait, Fort Hood (military base)
Knight Ridder/tribuneWASHINGTON - While President Bush marshals congressional and international support for invading Iraq, a growing number of military officers, intelligence professionals and diplomats in his own government privately have deep misgivings about the...
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