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The Turkish government on Friday deployed some 1,500 commando troops into the Kurdish-dominated enclave of northern Iraq despite opposition from the U.S. and local Kurdish officials.
An entire division of Iraqi troops numbering some 8,000 soldiers surrendered to U.S.-led coalition troops in southern Iraq on Friday, Defense Department officials told the Associated Press.
U.S.-led coalition forces mounted the largest air offensive yet in the skies over Iraq on Friday, with cruise missiles and bombs smashing into government buildings in Baghdad and sending massive balls of flame into the night sky.
U.S. forces have reportedly seized two important airfields and possible hidden weapons caches in western Iraq Friday, but defense officials reportedly warned that control of the territory was "tentative."…
The Iraqi government expelled four CNN reporters, including correspondents Nic Robertson and Rym Brahimi, from the country, forcing the four to join the hundreds of U.S. journalists fleeing the bombarded Iraqi capital.
Coalition forces increased the intensity of a major ground attack Friday with U.S. Army infantry and Marine divisions racing north and west in an apparent advance toward the capital city of Baghdad.
As U.S. and British troops took territory in southern Iraq on the first day of the ground war, some seven oil fires were set by retreating Iraqi troops, British Defense Minister Geoffrey Hoon said Friday.
Eight British royal commandos and four U.S. Marines were killed Thursday when a U.S. Marine helicopter crashed south of the Iraqi border in Kuwait, Pentagon officials report. The crew of 12 became the first coalition casualties of the war with…
Kwame Holman looks at the Predator weapons system, an unmanned aerial vehicle designed to seek targets such as Iraqi Scud launchers.
The United States mounted its heaviest air campaign yet in Iraq Friday as ground troops secured some of the country's southern territory. Margaret Warner gets four perspectives on the developments.
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