Two Saudi most-wanted terrorists currently held in Iraqi Kurdistan spoke exclusively to Asharq al Awsat on Monday and revealed details about their arrest and their life in a Kurdish prison. (Asharq al Awsat)
ANALYSIS & OPINION
Iraq War: Killing Cover-Up?
Military officials are close to bringing grave charges, including murder, against U.S. Marines in the deaths of two-dozen Iraqi civilians in November. (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
Baghdad Numb to Reports of Massacre
After three years of war that has been fought in their streets and claimed the lives of tens of thousands of civilians, people in Baghdad could spare little more than subdued expressions of sympathy Sunday after hearing reports of a U.S. Marine massacre of 24 men, women and children in a faraway western town. (Washington Post)
Why Bush Should Lean on Mubarak
Washington's Arab ally, Egypt, is cracking down hard on the country's small democratic movement. (Globe and Mail)
Awol in Iraq
BBC has reported that hundreds of British troops, part of the U.S.-led 'coalition of the willing' in Iraq, have deserted the army during the past three years. (Khaleej Times)
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