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Since 1st March, 1999
US troops move into lawless Mosul
US troops moved into Mosul today in the first significant American deployment in Iraq’s main northern city since troops loyal to Saddam Hussein surrendered without a fight. ...  | Read.. 
Looters rule in city of anarchy
With gunfire crackling through the streets of Baghdad and men toting AK-47 assault rifles loitering at junctions, a band of Iraqi looters set an audacious trap yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
‘Smoking gun’ threat to Syria
Pentagon adviser Richard Perle, a key architect of the US-led drive to topple Saddam Hussein, said in remarks published today Syria would be a possible military target if it ...  | Read.. 
3 executed in Cuba for hijack bid
Three hijackers who commandeered a Havana ferry last week in the hope of reaching the US were executed yesterday after being convicted of terrorism, the Cuban government said ...  | Read.. 
US soldiers patrol a street in Mosul. (AFP)
Blair angered by BBC reports on looting
Prime Minister Tony Blair has authorised a personal attack on Andrew Gilligan, one of BBC’s co..  | Read.. 
Saddam inner circle vanishes
When US troops, rifles drawn, burst into a headquarters of Iraq’s much-feared intelligence serv..  | Read.. 
Blair stars as himself in The Simpsons
Prime Minister Tony Blair put aside his concerns about Iraq ...  | Read.. 

Fears over virus spread in China
Two people in China’s remote northern region of Inner Mongo ...  | Read.. 

War hero Jessica heads home
Jessica Lynch, the teenage US soldier rescued by American f ...  | Read..