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Since 1st March, 1999
‘Historic day’ dawns, world in the dark
Dogs sniffed for explosives, mobile phones were impounded and US officials bombarded reporters with contradictory orders and scant information just moments before Iraq formally regained sovereign powers. ...  | Read.. 
Mother pleads for son’s release
The distraught mother of a Pakistani man kidnapped in Iraq and threatened with execution begged his captors today to release him, saying he had done nothing wrong. ...  | Read.. 
‘Trainer’ Nato masks tussle
Nato leaders tried today to put bitter rows over Iraq behind them with a deal to train the new Baghdad government’s security forces, but France said it still opposed a formal ...  | Read.. 
Good step forward but will wait and see: Arabs
A transfer of authority to an Iraqi government today failed to impress Arab analysts, who predicted violence against US troops would continue and Arab governments would withh ...  | Read.. 
(Top) A family picture of Amjad Hafeez and (above) a picture taken from al Jazeera shows a blindfolded US Marine kidnapped by Iraqi militants. (Reuters,AFP)
Iraq’s most wanted not captured, says US
The US military denied reports today that Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the Jordanian militant who Washingt..  | Read.. 
Iraq tries to make sense of Bush-style sovereignty
When the US formal transfer of sovereignty to an interim Iraqi government was televised on Monday, s..  | Read.. 
Potshots at stand-in PM
The ruling Pakistan Muslim League chief Chaudhry Shujaa ...  | Read.. 

Iron barrier for leaning tower
A security barrier has been installed at the Leaning To ...  | Read..