Displaying items 85-94 of 94 » View ktuu.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
From Wire reportsU.S. troops dashed inside Baghdad on Saturday, blasting targets hidden behind palm trees, to show they can move at will against Iraq's beleaguered defenders. Allies adapted their air campaign to prepare for a climactic ground assault on the capital....
Sun StaffWithin the past nine months, two respected human rights groups released reports describing what they said was the abuse of U.S.-held prisoners in Afghanistan, including instances of beatings, sleep deprivation and, in a small number of cases, killings...
Tribune foreign correspondentThe moment was dramatic and symbolic: The eight Western aid workers held captive by the Taliban for three months signaled the U.S. military helicopters coming to rescue them by burning burqas, the all-covering robes the hard-line Islamic regime forces...
It's late morning outside the gates of Basra, and Irish Guard Lance Cpl. Ryan Robinson recounts that, like clockwork, Iraqi fighters have shelled his checkpoint from somewhere beyond the walls of southern Iraq's largest city. No one was hurt in the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Fast-moving American invasion forces bore down on Baghdad yesterday, as U.S. missiles thundered into Saddam Hussein's palaces and offices for a second straight day, turning still more of them into so many piles of rubble. Across the vast...
Sun Foreign StaffKUWAIT CITY -- With Iraqi hospitals full of wounded and water shortages made evident by people in southern Iraq drinking from drainage ditches, humanitarian aid workers are warning that the worst for civilians could be yet to come. Hundreds of...
Tags: Charity, Basra (Iraq), UNICEF, Social Issues, Baghdad (Iraq)
Something curious occurred at the first allied POW camp in Iraq: Surrendering prisoners started turning up at the front gate even before the remote facility formally opened. There was something odd as well about many of those surrendering. They had...
Tags: Saudi Arabia, Defense, Health, Family, Iraq
Times Staff WriterAs millions of hungry and sick Afghans wait for help, rival warlords and bandits have made large parts of the country so lawless that local and foreign aid workers can't deliver desperately needed supplies, relief officials say. The possibly catastrophic...
Times Staff WritersFree after more than three months in Taliban prisons on charges of preaching Christianity, two American aid workers told journalists early today that they were well treated by their Taliban jailers, but saw other women prisoners beaten bloody for...
Knight Ridder NewspapersTwo U.S. Special Forces soldiers were killed and another was wounded Saturday when armed motorcyclists swept down on a reconnaissance patrol in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province. At least three Afghan soldiers also were wounded, a military spokesman...
Apr 6, 2003 |Story| Orlando Sentinel
May 5, 2004 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Nov 16, 2001 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Apr 4, 2003 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Mar 23, 2003 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Apr 9, 2003 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Apr 3, 2003 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Dec 5, 2001 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Nov 16, 2001 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Mar 30, 2003 |Story| Orlando Sentinel
Original site for Skin Cancer Foundation topic gallery.