iraq

  • May 5, 2003   BY  

    A leadership council of up to nine Iraqis may be in place by mid-May as an interim step to a permanent government, according to the lead U.S. civil administrator in Iraq. Continue reading

  • May 5, 2003  

    With a top Iraqi biological weapons expert reportedly in U.S. custody, U.S.-led coalition forces continue their search for evidence of biological, chemical or nuclear weapons in Iraq. Experts offer their opinions on the status of the search. Continue reading

  • May 2, 2003  

    Margaret Warner looks at what’s next for Iraq and then gets an on-the-ground look at the security challenges in the country from Michael Gordon, senior military correspondent for The New York Times. Continue reading

  • May 2, 2003  

    Ray Suarez assesses Iraq with Adeed Dawisha, a professor of political science at Miami University of Ohio; Hamid Dabashi, chairman of the Middle East and Asian Languages and Cultures Department at Columbia University; and Dale Davis, director of international programs and teacher of Arabic at Virginia Military Institute. Continue reading

  • May 1, 2003   BY  

    Major combat operations have ended in Iraq and the American effort has now shifted to rebuilding the war-torn nation’s infrastructure and government, President Bush told the nation in a primetime address Thursday night. Continue reading

  • May 1, 2003   BY  

    Seven U.S. soldiers were wounded early Thursday in a grenade and small arms attack on their base in the Iraqi city of Fallujah, where American troops on Tuesday and Wednesday shot at crowds of protestors, killing several Iraqis. Continue reading

  • May 1, 2003  

    Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld told U.S. troops in Qatar on Monday that the conflict in Iraq marked a turning point in the history of warfare. Margaret Warner examines this change with military experts Lucian Truscott IV, James Dunnigan, Winslow Wheeler, and Colonel W. Patrick Lang. Continue reading

  • April 30, 2003  

    As plans for rebuilding post-war Iraq move forward, Gwen Ifill speaks with military and legal experts about efforts to involve foreign contractors, the costs of reconstruction, and the need for physical and political stability. Continue reading

  • April 29, 2003   BY  

    U.S. soldiers fired on Iraqis at a demonstration in Fallujah after some crowd members shot at troops, U.S. officers said Tuesday. According to the Red Cross and a local hospital director, troops killed 15 people and wounded some 75 others. Continue reading

  • April 29, 2003  

    Margaret Warner talks with The New York Times’ John Burns about the shooting in Iraq today. Continue reading