iraq

  • April 10, 2003  

    Elizabeth Brackett of WTTW Chicago gauges Iraqi-American reaction to the recent images of a liberated Baghdad. Continue reading

  • April 10, 2003  

    U.S. troops faced deadly new fighting in Baghdad despite the collapse of Iraqi government control. In the north, Kurdish forces made sweeping gains, much to the concern of Turkey’s leaders. Kwame Holman reports with the latest on the Iraq war. Continue reading

  • April 10, 2003  

    Ray Suarez gets some perspective on the military situation from retired Colonel W. Patrick Lang, who was a Middle East analyst for the Defense Intelligence Agency during the Gulf War; retired Air Force Colonel Samuel Gardiner, and retired Marine Lieutenant Colonel Dale Davis. Continue reading

  • April 9, 2003   BY  

    Saddam Hussein’s government appeared to have lost control of Baghdad on Wednesday, as celebrations and looting of government facilities spread across parts of the city with no apparent sign of regime officials. Continue reading

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    As coalition troops tighten their control over Baghdad, U.S. forces on Wednesday focused their attention on key targets in northern Iraq, including Tikrit, Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein’s hometown, and the northern city of Mosul. Continue reading

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    The International Committee of the Red Cross said Wednesday it was suspending operations in Baghdad because the city was too unstable to ensure its staff’s safety. Continue reading

  • April 9, 2003  

    As Iraqis hail the fall of Saddam’s Baghdad, experts look ahead to the Bush administration’s plans for a postwar Iraq, the feat of internationalizing the country’s transition, and the difficulty of creating a democracy in an undemocratic region. Continue reading

  • April 9, 2003  

    Thousands of citizens in Baghdad celebrated the collapse of Saddam Hussein’s regime. Ray Suarez and Terence Smith report with details on the fall of the Iraqi capital. Continue reading

  • April 9, 2003  

    As military efforts in Baghdad continue, conditions are worsening for aid agencies such as the International Committee of the Red Cross and Doctors Without Borders, both of whom suspended operations in Baghdad following the death of a Red Cross employee. Margaret Warner discusses the humanitarian situation. Continue reading

  • April 9, 2003  

    Los Angeles Times reporter John Daniszewski discusses details of the fall of Baghdad. Continue reading