The New York Times reports more than 600 service members believe they were exposed to chemical warfare agents in Iraq, but Bush Administration officials buried early reports.
A busy week for floods, riots, apologies and team sports. Aside from our own goings on with the everlasting Gulf of Mexico catastrophe and mumbled "so
British PM Apologizes To 1972 'Bloody Sunday' Victims After Report Finds Soldiers Slaughtered Innocents
Peace can only begin with the telling of the truth. And now, thirty-eight years later, the truth is finally out: LONDONDERRY, Northern Ireland
(Harbinger of very dark days ahead) [media id=17021] On May 27th 1940 the situation in Europe took a decided turn for the worst when Belgium, unab
As Gen. McChrystal calls for an increase of troops to Afghanistan in order to see "victory" (although I'm still waiting to hear what constitutes a v
With this escalation, the mess in Afghanistan becomes the Democrats' war - and Obama's. Good luck with that, fellows: American marines and Afghan
(And there are those who are insane enough tell you this is all some hoax) With the recent events at the Holocaust Museum in Washington, and the in
December 22, 2008 BBC World The fate of British forces in Iraq was hanging in the balance on Monday after parliament delayed a crucial vote to give t
The Guardian UK: (h/t Gregory) British troops could remain in Afghanistan for more than the 38 years it took them to pull out of Northern Ireland.
BBC News via Raw Story: "Tony Blair has said claims of abuse by soldiers "will be investigated" after images that appeared to show UK troops beating
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