Britain to cut Iraq force to 2,500Iraqis Say Basra Quieter After British Troop PulloutReport says war on terror is fueling al Qaeda
The "war on terror" is failing and instead fueling an increase in support
for extremist Islamist movements, a British think-tank said on Monday.Knowing the enemy difficult in Iraq
U.S. sentries fatally shot three guards near an Iraqi-manned checkpoint south of Baghdad
Incidents of shooting of civilians at checkpoints has drawn allegations
by many, in Iraq and beyond, that U.S. troops and contractors are quick
to fire and ask question later.
"We've given them their road guard vests," Newman said.
"So, he'd better be wearing that vest if I see him carrying an AK-47."Blackwater Shootings ‘Murder,’ Iraq SaysIraqi Says Investigation Shows 17 Killed in Blackwater Shootings, Recommends TrialSecond Army officer faults Gitmo panelsIran reopens north Iraq border crossingsFather's journey to Iraq chases son's ghost
US Army Staff Sergeant Darrell Griffin, Jr. was serving his second tour
of duty in Iraq when he was killed in action. Griffin's father Darrell Sr.
travelled to Iraq to see where his son was killed and is finishing a book
that the pair were writing together.