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Saddam Hussein

Sgt. Butler was wounded while serving in Iraq. Saddam Hussein had ruined Kuwait and had destroyed so many lives and we as a country were just going to...

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Why we, and maybe even you may serve

Sgt. Butler was wounded while serving in Iraq. Saddam Hussein had ruined Kuwait and had destroyed so many lives and we as a country were just going to...

discovered 6 months ago on Idaho Press-Tribune

Why Trump's decision on Israeli settlements will speed the peace

Monday's announcement by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that the U.S. government does not see...

discovered 6 months ago on CNBC

Fact-checking the fifth Democratic debate in Atlanta

Ten candidates took the stage Wednesday for the fifth Democratic presidential primary debate in Atlanta, a matchup hosted by MSNBC and The Washington...

discovered 6 months ago on NBC NEWS

Protesters block Iraq port as strikes take hold

Protesters blocked entry to Iraq's main commodities port again on Monday while schools and government offices in many southern cities were shut in...

discovered 6 months ago on Reuters via Yahoo News

Richard Lindley, dashing television reporter and inquisitor at ITN and for BBC ‘Panorama’ in its...

Richard Lindley, who has died aged 83, made his name as a television news reporter with ITN in the...

discovered 6 months ago on Daily Telegraph

How tuk tuk drivers became the unlikely heroes of Iraq's popular revolt

In Baghdad's Tahrir Square — the epicenter of Iraq’s biggest demonstrations since Saddam Hussein’s...

discovered 6 months ago on NBC NEWS

ISIS museum shows rule of terror

Counting tanks and AK-47s, learning trigonometry for snipers -- this is how children were taught math under ISIS. A visit to exhibits from the...

discovered 6 months ago on CNN.com

‘Our Patience Is Over’: Why Iraqis Are Protesting

In the morning, the squarely built father of four wore flowing tribal robes to receive visitors in his garden, but by early afternoon he was in jeans,...

discovered 6 months ago on New York Times


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