18 thoughts on “BP, Iraq war profiteers and polluters

  1. Turkish attack leaves six dead

    IRAQ: Six civilians have been killed in Turkish air raids on Kurdish areas, the Kurdish Firat news agency reported today.

    The dead reportedly included two children and two women.

    Turkey has been bombing what it says are Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) camps in Iraq since Wednesday, when a suspected PKK ambush killed eight of its soldiers and a village guard.

    PKK spokesman Ahmed Danis said that no rebels had died in the air strikes. “Our fighters left these areas a while ago,” he said.


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