Three journalists were killed in military operations in Baghdad Tuesday, including an incident in which a U.S. tank fired at a hotel housing hundreds of international reporters.
U.S. troops in the center of Baghdad repelled an Iraqi counterattack Tuesday after dawn local time before moving out to expand the areas under coalition control.
An A-10 "Warthog" low-flying fighter jet was apparently shot down by Iraqi surface-to-air fire and crashed near the airport southwest of Baghdad early Tuesday local time.
More than 100 armored personnel carriers and tanks entered central Baghdad after dawn Monday local time, seizing key sites in the heart of the Iraqi capital. By nightfall, some three battalions of U.S. troops remained in the center of the…
Two journalists from Spanish and German media outlets were killed after an Iraqi rocket struck a U.S. army field headquarters in southern Baghdad Monday.
U.S. troops completely surrounded Baghdad and continued to make forays into the city center Sunday as artillery batteries and coalition bombers pounded Iraqi forces.
Hours after U.S. forces swept through central Baghdad in an operation designed to "move through a major area" of the Iraqi capital, explosions and mortar fire continued to echo throughout the city.
After an all-night battle, U.S. military officials said that coalition forces had seized control of Baghdad's main airport Friday, a key development in their campaign to topple Saddam Hussein's regime.
Reporters for the Al Jazeera satellite television channel continued their work in Baghdad Friday after the Iraqi government lifted bans it had imposed on the journalists just a day before.
Coalition forces continued their thrust toward the Iraqi capital Thursday, battling Iraqi troops and reportedly taking control of Saddam Hussein International Airport 10 miles from downtown Baghdad.
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