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Study estimates 655,000 Iraqi deaths due to invasion

LONDON (Reuters) - American and Iraqi public health experts have calculated that about 655,000 Iraqis have died as a result of the March 2003 U.S.-led invasion and subsequent violence, far above previous estimates.

Old-timers’ tales of war

B>T/B>ALES of the hardships and horrors caused by the Ja-panese occupation and Com-munist insurgency in the 1940s left many students speechless at the recent launch of an exhibition on the present and past leaders of Hulu Perak.

Iraqi president sees UK troops gone by 2007

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's president forecast on Tuesday that British troops could go home by the end of next year but, on another day of killings, Britain's visiting foreign minister cautioned against leaving a

Iraqi president sees UK troops gone by 2007

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's president forecast on Tuesday that British troops could go home by the end of next year but, on another day of killings, Britain's visiting foreign minister cautioned against leaving a

Iraqi president sees UK troops gone by 2007

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - British troops may be gone from Iraq by the end of 2007 as local security forces assume greater responsibility, President Jalal Talabani said on Tuesday, but Britain's foreign minister stressed no timetable had been set.

Iraqi president sees UK troops gone by 2007

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - British troops may be gone from Iraq by the end of 2007 as local security forces assume greater responsibility, President Jalal Talabani said on Tuesday, but Britain's foreign minister stressed no timetable had been set.

Car bombs and shootings kill around 60 in Iraq

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A spate of car bombings and shootings across Iraq killed about 60 people on Sunday, but Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said violence was on the decrease and that the country would never slide into a civil war.

Car bombs and shootings kill 55 in Iraq

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A spate of car bombings and shootings across Iraq killed at least 55 people on Sunday, but Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said violence was on the decrease and that the country would never slide into a civil war.

Bombs rock Baghdad a day after PM renews unity call

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A car bomb blasted a state-run newspaper on Sunday as police reported finding 20 bodies in Baghdad, one day after Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki again called on ethnically and religiously divided Iraqis to unite.

Bombs rock Baghdad day after PM's unity call

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A bomb blew apart a minibus in central Baghdad on Sunday, killing nine people, the day after Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki again called on ethnically and religiously divided Iraqis to reconcile to end the bloodshed.