DC Symposium Calling for Removal of MEK From FTO List

In a symposium, coinciding with the anniversary of the ruling by a U.S. Federal Court of Appeals in favor of the main Iranian opposition movement, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK), former

News media in post-Saddam Iraq face challenges

The U.S. government pumped an estimated half a billion dollars into revitalizing Iraq's news media after Saddam Hussein was ousted in 2003.

International Rights Groups Condemn Iraqi Forces Raid of Camp Ashraf

Many human rights organizations have condemned the Iraqi government’s inhuman attack against residents of Camp Ashraf, leaving 35 dead, and more than 300 wounded with many are in critical condition.

Mubarak Denies Tipping Bush on Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction

Egypt rebuffed recent allegations by former US President George Bush who maintained that the Egyptian president had encouraged him to invade Iraq in 2003 on the grounds that it possessed

Iraq: 52 Killed In Retaliation For Quran-Burnings In US

Iraq’s security problems continue to be severe, if not generally crippling the way they were in 2006, as underlined by Sunday’s guerrilla takeover of a Baghdad church and the subsequent

Bring me the head of Silvino Herrera

Against the background of the leaking of the USA’s secret Iraq war crimes files by the whistleblower website WikiLeaks, Daniel Patrick Welch peers beneath the West's self-proclaimed cultural and moral

Wikileaks for dummies: exposing the Iraq war crimes files

Mamoon Alabbasi views some of the disinformation and spin propagated by the mainstream media regarding the leaking of the US’s secret Iraq war files by the whistleblower website Wikileaks.

The Secret Iraq Files: The Human Cost

How a secret order given by the Pentagon could have led to the death of a detainee who the US knew was being tortured.

Iraq war logs: Apache Crew Killed Insurgents Who Tried to Surrender

US military legal adviser told helicopter crew that Iraqi men were valid targets as they could not surrender to aircraft.

Civilians in the Crossfire

680 civilians, including pregnant women and the mentally ill, killed for coming too close to checkpoints and patrols.