New violence in Iraq pitted security forces against Shiite militias, likely GOP nominee Sen. John McCain outlined his foreign policy plans and Democratic Party chairman Howard Dean called for a cooling of the rhetoric between presidential rivals Barack Obama and…
ABC News correspondent Martha Raddatz talks about her new book, "The Long Road Home," which details the April 4, 2004 battle between U.S. troops and Iraqi militants in Sadr City, widely considered to be the beginning of the violent insurgency…
Thousands of Iraqis heeded Muqtada al-Sadr's call to protest the U.S. occupation on Monday, highlighting the rift between the Shiite leader and U.S. forces that has further complicated relations between Washington and Iraqi leader Nouri al-Maliki.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
A new Iraqi-led security force has been charged with curbing the violence in the Iraqi capital following a bloody weekend that saw the worst suicide bombing since the war began. A New York Times reporter discusses the atmosphere in the…
By PBS NewsHour
Iraqi troops backed by U.S. forces have launched a crackdown on insurgent militias blamed for the recent increase in sectarian violence that has led to fears of a civil war.
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