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America faces another foe: heat
US and British forces may be compelled to fight at night because of the searing heat if the war in Iraq drags on into late spring or early summer, analysts said yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
 
Unseen Saddam roars, US armour rolls
President Saddam Hussein called on fellow Iraqis in a written statement today to fight US-led invaders, as US armoured units resumed their push toward Baghdad. ...  | Read.. 
 
Blitz and booze, side by side
Drinkers in the Iraqi capital are hard up these days — the main liquor-selling district in Karradet Mariam has the misfortune of being right next to the main presidential pal ...  | Read.. 
 
Hero to zero to hero for telling it like it is
Twenty-four hours is a long time in war journalism, as Peter Arnett has discovered. Sacked yesterday by America’s NBC network for giving a sympathetic interview to Iraqi ...  | Read.. 
 
Away from home: A student holds up a picture of Saddam Hussein at the Iraqi school in New Delhi. (Reuters)
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Bush retains faith in Rumsfeld
US President George W. Bush has complete faith in Donald Rumsfeld, a senior US official said today,..  | Read.. 
Chemical Ali’s long history of abuse
Gassing the Kurds in 1988 was only one highlight in the military career of Gen. Ali Hasan al-Majid...  | Read.. 
 
Fuming Arabs see revenge for 9/11
The killing of seven women and children by US troops in Ira ...  | Read.. 

Giggles in quiet corner of Iraq
There are pictures of Saddam Hussein all over but this is s ...  | Read.. 

Bloody conflict stirs vision of World War II
The last time an invading army tried to capture a city the ...  | Read.. 

Teen hoax sparks virus panic in HK
A teenager’s website h ...  | Read.. 

N. Korean confusion jangles Asian nerves
Conflicting reports about a North Korean short-range missil ...  | Read..