US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has acknowledged that security in Iraq has not improved statistically since Saddam Hussein's fall in 2003. Mr Rum
June 14, 2005

US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has acknowledged that security in Iraq has not improved statistically since Saddam Hussein's fall in 2003. Mr Rumsfeld told the BBC insurgents crossed Iraq's "porous" borders from Iran, Syria and elsewhere. But he said Iraq's military forces were growing in numbers and he was confident the insurgency would be defeated....read on

Tell us something we didn't already know! I heard MSNBC's military expert Jack Jacobs say after just coming back from Iraq that it was depressing and just as dangerous as it was a year ago.

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