Thursday, May 29, 2003

Where are the chemical weapons in Iraq?

Rumsfeld concedes banned Iraqi weapons may not exist

By Rupert Cornwell in Washington,
29 May 2003

The case for war is blown apart

By Ben Russell and Andy McSmith in Kuwait City, 29 May 2003

On the art of lying
When journalists lie, they lose their job. If politicians do it, they get to go to war whenever they want
John Sutherland, Monday May 12, 2003,3604,953795,00.html

Sunday, May 18, 2003

Occupying forces preside over destruction of life, administrative capacity and cultural sites in Iraq

Troops 'vandalise' ancient city of Ur

Ed Vulliamy, Sunday May 18, 2003,2763,958469,00.html

John Sutherland: Britain must take responsibility for destruction of Iraq's antiquities
The US has taken the rap for the trashing of Iraqi antiquities, but Britain specialises in the vandalism of heritage ,
Monday May 5, 2003,3604,949471,00.html

Plunder by US/UK Journalists
Fox TV man 'caught with Iraqi plunder from palaces'

By Andrew Gumbel, 24 April 2003

A city in flames. A nation in chaos
By Andrew Buncombe in Baghdad and John Lichfield, 12 April 2003

Thursday, May 01, 2003

US troops shoot at protesters in Iraq

In pictures: Clashes in Falluja

US troops fire on new protest over killings

Jonathan Steele in Falluja, Thursday May 1, 2003,3604,946930,00.html

Shots in Falluja echo round the world

Wednesday April 30, 2003,3604,946085,00.html

US troops 'kill 13 Iraqi protesters'

Tuesday April 29, 2003,2763,945719,00.html

More die as troops open fire on Mosul crowd

Michael Howard in Mosul and Rory McCarthy in Camp as-Sayliya, Qatar, Thursday April 17, 2003,3604,938171,00.html

Wednesday, April 23, 2003

Iraqi's protest US/UK occupation

Iraq unites in protest against US occupation
19 May, 2003

Shias stage anti-US protest
23 April, 2003

Sunday, April 20, 2003

Freely targeting the Media

Fury at US as attacks kill three journalists,2763,932809,00.html

US/UK accused by 'reporters without borders' of "proven contempt" for journalists covering Iraq

What happened' to Terry Lloyd and his crew?,2763,929095,00.html

Full Coverage on Iraq by 'Reporters Without Borders'

Sunday, March 30, 2003

Did the US deploy Napalm or an equivalent in Iraq?

Monday March 22 onwards

It is now estimated the hill was hit so badly by missiles, artillery and by the Air Force, that they shaved a couple of feet off it. And anything that was up there that was left after all the explosions was then hit with napalm. And that pretty much put an end to any Iraqi operations up on that hill.

Saturday, March 29, 2003

People opposition to their governments actions in Iraq

Aznar faces 91% opposition to war

Saturday March 29, 2003,2763,925146,00.html

Mass arrests at US peace demo

Huge protest in San Francisco, 20 March 2003

San Francisco police: The most arrests in a day for 22 years

Friday, 21 March

Resignation Speech of Robin Cook, Leader of the house of commons, UK

17, March 2003

Audio file of the speech, you need Real Player to hear it.