In a clear sign of Washington’s declining influence, even in a country it still occupies, companies from China, Russia, Malaysia and Angola, along with several European oil giants, won most of the rights to explore and develop Iraq’s oil fields: here.
The rush for Iraq’s oil: here.
Britain: ‘Tony Blair should be going to the Hague Tribunal after what he has said,’ Rose Gentle of Military families Against the War, whose son was killed in Iraq, told News Line yesterday: here. See also here.
‘Sycophant’ Tony Blair used deceit to justify Iraq war, says former DPP: here.
Former prime minister Tony Blair has effectively admitted he is guilty of war crimes even before he testifies to the Iraq inquiry, anti-war campaigners have claimed: here.
Former prime minister Tony Blair was facing further accusations that he led the country into the Iraq war on a lie: here.
Intoxicated by power, Blair tricked us into war: here.
The British government’s near-hysterical reaction to a war crimes warrant against former Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni coincided with a damning BBC interview given by former Prime Minister Tony Blair: here.
An UNSCOM interview sheds new light on the Iraq invasion: here.
TONY BLAIR AND GORDON BROWN SHOULD BE TRIED AS WAR CRIMINALS – Military families press conference is told: here.
Gordon Brown has been called to give evidence to the Iraq inquiry but not before next year’s general election, it was announced yesterday: here.
A US soldier from a West Virginia backwater was thrust into the spotlight after she was identified as one of the troops pictured apparently abusing Iraqi prisoners: here.
A Dutch court has begun hearing a suit filed by 16 Iraqi Kurds seeking compensation from a businessman who sold chemicals to Saddam Hussein: here.