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Los Angeles Times Staff WritersThe sweat-drenched crew loading sacks of grain onto Afghanistan-bound trucks here was working flat out earlier this week when the news came: U.S. bombs had dealt a glancing blow to the World Food Program's main grain storage warehouse in Kabul, the Afghan...
Chicago Tribune staff reportersThe United States gained additional support from its allies in the coalition against terrorism but lost a symbol in its efforts to undermine the ruling Taliban regime in Afghanistan, where the military campaign headed into its fourth week. Britain...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIn an intricate hunt for tanks and weapons hidden in the relentless Afghan landscape, U.S. fighter pilots in recent days have increasingly picked out their own targets, then asked permission in midair to drop bombs. The new fluidity of the bombing...
Times Staff WritersANDIJON, Uzbekistan — Hundreds of demonstrators rallied Friday in the Uzbek border town of Korasuv, demanding the release of an Islamic leader and protesting the rumored death in police custody of another man arrested a day earlier. With most...
Something curious occurred at the first allied POW camp in Iraq: Surrendering prisoners started turning up at the front gate even before the remote facility formally opened. There was something odd as well about many of those surrendering. They had...
From Wire reportsU.S. troops dashed inside Baghdad on Saturday, blasting targets hidden behind palm trees, to show they can move at will against Iraq's beleaguered defenders. Allies adapted their air campaign to prepare for a climactic ground assault on the capital....
Sun StaffWithin the past nine months, two respected human rights groups released reports describing what they said was the abuse of U.S.-held prisoners in Afghanistan, including instances of beatings, sleep deprivation and, in a small number of cases, killings...
Times Staff WriterIn a challenge to the Bush administration's policies at Guantanamo prison, this country's top legal officer said today that U.S. plans to try British citizens in a military tribunal are "unacceptable" because the proceedings would be unfair and violate...
Associated PressBAGHDAD, Iraq - A wounded Iraqi militiaman spits in disgust and uses a profanity to describe Americans. A father makes his injured son flash the "V-for-victory" sign. A Syrian volunteer recalls how his comrades were mowed down by allied warplanes, then...
Tags: Death, Iraq, Baghdad (Iraq), Health, Crime, Law and Justice
U.S. forces made a second incursion through Baghdad on Sunday after they had seized all major roads in and out of the city and began landing supplies at Baghdad's airport. With missiles streaking across the capital's skies and artillery thundering,...
From Wire ReportsGENEVA -- Up to 90 percent of the Iraqis detained by the United States were arrested "by mistake," according to coalition intelligence officers quoted in a Red Cross report disclosed yesterday. It also said U.S. officers mistreated inmates at the...
Associated PressWASHINGTON - The death toll of Iraqi soldiers is in the thousands, but precisely how many have died is anyone's guess. The Pentagon isn't doing estimates. The International Committee of the Red Cross says hospitals in Baghdad - where "one emergency...
Tags: Death, Iraq, Baghdad (Iraq), Health, National Government
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