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Two soldiers who served in an Army unit depicted in a shocking video released by WikiLeaks have issued a public apology for the carnage, which they say was routine during their deployment in Iraq: here.
Iraq war veteran Josh Stieber, whose company is seen in the video posted by WikiLeaks of a July 2007 massacre of civilians in Baghdad, talked to the World Socialist Web Site about his experiences in Iraq and why he has chosen to speak out: here.
Iraq war veteran Ethan McCord, seen running with an Iraqi child in his arms in a video posted by WikiLeaks of a July 2007 massacre in Baghdad, talked to the World Socialist Web Site about the impact of this and similar experiences in Iraq: here.
The “letter of reconciliation” to the Iraqi people written by two recent veterans and their subsequent public statements point to deepening opposition among American working people and within the ranks of the military itself to the continuing US wars: here.
The Obama administration has a tough challenge figuring out how to handle the tainted government of Hamid Karzai in Afghanistan. Now, it may also have a similar mess to contend with in Iraq: here.
U.S. Military Plotted Revenge on Wikileaks: here.
Pentagon officials have announced the detention of Army private Bradley Manning, as well as stepped-up efforts to locate Julian Assange, the founder of the WikiLeaks web site, in a security crackdown sparked by the release of politically damaging video of a US military massacre in Iraq: here.