Iraq War

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Iraq War

n.
A protracted military conflict in Iraq that began in 2003 with an attack by a coalition of forces led by the United States and that resulted in the overthrow of Saddam Hussein's regime. US combat troops were withdrawn in 2010.
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Sulaymaniyah, Iraq (NINA) -- Kurdistan Parliament Speaker, Yusuf Mohammed called for opening an international investigation into the corruption operations witnessed by the province during the years after the occupation of Iraq.
The report, which examines the reasons behind the war as well as Britain's long and disastrous occupation of Iraq, is set to be released in July.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Turkey's religious affairs head has blamed the occupation of Iraq for the emergence of Daesh terrorist organization in the region.
After a historical perspective, chapters explore contemporary legal and political challenges and look in depth at international law aspects of the occupation of Iraq.
The Sadrist threats, which continued since US occupation of Iraq in 2003, were voiced through yesterday's demonstration denouncing any US military intervention in the country.
In 2011, reports revealed that US Department of Defense (Pentagon) and US forces in Iraq have collaborated with the Israeli spy agency, Mossad, to assassinate over 550 scientists and academic figures after the occupation of Iraq in April 2003.
troop withdrawal from Iraq, Sateh Noureddin, managing editor of the leftist daily AS SAFIR, said that August 31 will not go down in the annals of history as the day the United States ended its seven-year occupation of Iraq.
occupation of Iraq and achieving security and stability in Iraq.
The Occupation Of Iraq is an excellent addition to the growing bookshelf of books about the Iraq War even though Allawi has a major misconception that he put in the subtitle.
So why is Jeff's Labour party carrying on spending billions of pounds on Trident, ID cards, illegal occupation of Iraq and a war in Afghanistan that can't be won?
James Nesbitt (above) heads the cast of this drama centring on the lives of three soldiers during the British forces' fiveyear occupation of Iraq.
The central theme of the poem, which was written in April of 2003, is the anguish brought to the narrator by the American invasion and occupation of Iraq, with most stanzas opening with some variation of "The tanks of the raiders rove.