17 thoughts on “Miliband admits Blair’s Iraq war was wrong

  1. Soldier death Iraqis go free

    Iraq: Two Iraqi men accused of taking part in the 2003 killing of six British soldiers in the south were cleared by a Baghdad court on Sunday because there were no eyewitnesses to link the men to the mob attack.

    Charges were dropped against Moussa Ismael Haider, 39, and Hamza Hutaer Mohammed, 33, after no first-hand testimony on the deaths was presented in Baghdad’s Central Criminal Court.


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