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more Given that of his 368-page report on his review of 70 investigations by the Pentagon into prisoner abuse by US security forces in Iraq, 347 were classified, it is impossible to know just how rigorous were Vice Admiral Albert Church's deliberations.

more The author of a US military report which declared that Pentagon policies and top officials were not directly to blame for abuses in Abu Ghraib prison near Baghdad has been forced to defend his work.

more The Italian government paid up to $US6 million ($A7.67 million) for the release of kidnapped journalist Giuliana Sgrena in Iraq, the Milan-based Corriere della Sera reported, citing a senior Iraqi politician.

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more The US intelligence establishment had been "dead wrong" about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction, and it remains a lumbering bureaucracy with an outdated Cold War mentality, a scathing 600-page report says.

more Iraq's interim Prime Minister, Iyad Allawi, walked out of the second meeting of Iraq's parliament yesterday after angry scenes erupted, with assembly members berating Shiite and Kurdish leaders for failing to agree on the key post of permanent assembly speaker.

more "Mr Blair," demanded Neil Coppendale, of Shoreham-by-Sea, "would you have authorised the invasion of Iraq if you had known there were no weapons of mass destruction? more Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi appears to have backtracked from his proposal of withdrawing troops from Iraq starting from September, saying the date was only his hope and could be changed.

more US commanders and Bush Administration officials are overstating the number of Iraqi security forces on duty, providing an inaccurate picture of the so-called training mission that is the US military's "exit strategy" in Iraq, a government audit agency has reported.

Lord Butler raised fresh doubts about the legality of the Iraq war when he questioned an assertion by Downing Street - days before the invasion - that Saddam Hussein was in breach of a UN Security Council resolution.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State, emerged from the shadows to lead Friday prayers at Mosul’s Great Mosque, calling on the world’s Muslims to “obey” him as the head of the caliphate declared by the Sunni jihadist group.

more A second Australian official resigned in protest from the US-led group searching Iraq for chemical and biological weapons and directly warned the Foreign Minister that its reports were politically tainted, it was claimed yesterday.

more Baghdad: At least seven people were killed and nine wounded when a car bomb exploded in a crowd of Shiite pilgrims travelling to an annual religious ceremony in Kerbala, as Iraq's political leaders met again to try to agree on cabinet posts.

more The final report of a presidential commission studying US intelligence failures on illicit weapons is said to include harsh criticism of the CIA and other agencies for not properly assessing the possibility that Iraq no longer had arms stockpiles.

more The head of Britain's foreign intelligence agency told the Prime Minister, Tony Blair, that the case for war in Iraq was being "fixed" by Washington to suit United States policy, according to a new BBC documentary.

more Insurgents in Iraq downed a Bulgarian helicopter with a missile strike today, killing all 11 occupants, as foreign security workers found themselves increasingly caught in the firing line of attacks.

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