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Let’s disappoint those hungry for military interventions in 2014 too
2013 was not a good year for the pro-war lobby in the West, but in America, those in favor of military interventions are looking to make it easier for the president to formally declare war.

21.01.2014 13:12

London barman attempts citizen’s arrest on ex-UK PM Blair over Iraq ‘war crimes’
What began as an ordinary Friday night for a barman at an upscale London steakhouse ended on a more dramatic note after former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair entered the establishment.

21.01.2014 07:02

​Iraqi officials warn militants have the weaponry to ‘occupy Baghdad’
Al-Qaeda militants occupying areas in the Anbar province west of Baghdad have enough arms to siege the capital, top Iraqi officials warned Monday amid a spate of bombings that killed at least 31 people across Iraq.

20.01.2014 23:35

Half dozen explosions kill 26 people, injure 67 in Baghdad
A series of bomb explosions in Baghdad has killed at least 26 people and injured a further 67, reports Reuters, citing Iraqi police and medics.

20.01.2014 11:32

Wave of attacks kills at least 30 in Iraq
A spate of armed attacks across Iraq, including car bombings, has left at least 30 dead and scores injured. Meanwhile the central government is struggling to regain control of Fallujah overrun by al-Qaeda and other insurgent groups early this year.

18.01.2014 21:32

Abu Ghraib 2.0? Horrifying images of US Marines burning Iraqis prompt military investigation
The Pentagon confirmed early Wednesday that a formal investigation has been launched after photographs began to surface purportedly showing US troops burning the remains of dead Iraqis.

15.01.2014 16:11

Attacks by Al-Qaeda militants kill at least 75 people in Iraq
At least 75 people have been killed and more than 100 wounded in a spate of attacks in Iraq. Authorities say the Al-Qaeda affiliated Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) is to blame.

15.01.2014 09:04

‘Time for ICC to investigate British troops’ abuses in Iraq’
After years of the UK failing to prosecute direct perpetrators among its troops in Iraq it’s time for international courts to step in, Andreas Schueller, legal adviser at the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights, told RT.

14.01.2014 09:29

‘Iraqi army lacks credibility as Al-Qaeda gains momentum’
Al-Qaeda in Iraq has the will to fight while the government forces are very weak and have no control in a country struggling to cope with the bloodshed, Anders Kaergaard, a former Danish intelligence officer told RT.

12.01.2014 13:49

Nearly 500 killed in fighting between Syrian rebels and Al-Qaeda
Almost 500 people, including 85 civilians, were killed during in-fighting between rebel groups and an Al-Qaeda branch in Syria in the past week, an activist group reported.

10.01.2014 22:21

US considers training Iraqi elite military forces in Jordan
As Iraq risks falling even further into sectarian violence, the United States is considering training some of the country’s elite military forces in neighboring Jordan, according to a report by Reuters.

10.01.2014 16:05

Tables turning: Al-Qaeda pushing Syrian opposition back to Assad?
With Al-Qaeda’s and Al-Nusra’s growing influence in the region, Syrian opposition is having second thoughts about being opposed to Bashar Assad, security analyst, Michael Maloof, told RT.

10.01.2014 09:54

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