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AP Diplomatic WriterWASHINGTON -- Declaring that America's security should not be dictated by protesters, President Bush said Tuesday he would not be swayed from compelling Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to disarm. "We will deal with him," Bush said as U.S. and British...
Baltimore Sun National StaffAs they began yesterday to interrogate Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the suspected mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks who was captured in Pakistan over the weekend, U.S. officials expressed confidence that he could lead them to other al-Qaida operatives...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The United States unleashed a withering air assault on Iraq yesterday, striking Baghdad and targets throughout the country with 1,500 precision-guided bombs and cruise missiles in an escalating campaign to drive Saddam Hussein from power. As...
Special to the TribuneSenior Turkish officials say the United States could have had access to Turkish air bases and permission to move troops through Turkish territory to create a northern front in Iraq if they had given parliament a few more days to pass the necessary...
The Washington PostU.S. troops Friday killed four Iraqis who had ambushed a tank patrol with rocket-propelled grenades in a restive Sunni Muslim region. Tanks, armored vehicles and helicopter gunships then pursued and killed 23 other Iraqis the military said were fighters...
Tags: Islam, Saddam Hussein, Turkey, Armed Conflicts, Vehicles
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