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March 5, 2004

Fifty members of the House of Representatives said they were to introduce a bill to deny US firms Federal help if they s ...
April 3, 2003

British forces battling to take control Basra are still facing resistance from around 1,000 Iraqi militia, along with re ...
April 10, 2003

The seizure of the city by US-backed Kurds revived fears in Turkey of a wider Kurdish independence bid.
March 25, 2003

Iraq claims to have killed eight British or US soldiers, downed three helicopters and destroyed more than 30 military ve ...
March 31, 2003

British officials have denied the claim of commandos in Basra that they had captured an Iraqi general.
April 1, 2003

US-British forces bombarded the main presidential palace complex in Baghdad on Tuesday morning for the second consecutiv ...
April 1, 2003

A dozen cruise missiles slammed into Baghdad early on Tuesday while British and US warplanes targetted elite Republican ...
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March 26, 2003

Iraqi Information Minister has denied that the country's sole deep-water port of Umm Qasr had fallen to British and US t ...
March 26, 2003

Al-Jazeera satellite TV showed what it said was footage of the bodies of two British soldiers killed near Basra and two ...
January 5, 2007

President Saddam Hussein called on Iraq's tribes to fight the British and US troops without waiting for specific orders.
March 24, 2003

Following West Bengal, the Bihar assembly unanimously adopted a resolution against continuing US-led strikes on Iraq.
March 29, 2003

The first of 23 British servicemen killed in the opening days of the Iraq war were flown home on Saturday to a solemn ce ...
March 24, 2003

The US-led invasion of Iraq is 'going well', but it might be weeks before the guns fall silent, a junior British defence ...
October 31, 2003

British Lloyds TSB says it plans to outsource service operations to cut costs & improve competitiveness.
December 12, 2003

Software group iSoft said UK universities are turning out the wrong sort of graduates for software manufacturing.
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