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WG Dunlop

WG Dunlop

    Iraq hit by worst violence since 2008
    Iraq hit by worst violence since 2008
    The worst violence since 2008 hit Iraq in May, raising fears of sectarian strife as leaders meet for talks on disputes that have paralysed government.
    Second day of violence leaves 35 dead in Iraqi attacks
    Second day of violence leaves 35 dead in Iraqi attacks
    A wave of attacks targeting both Iraq's security forces and civilians killed 35 people, in a second day of deadly violence.
    Libya buries dead imams killed in Nato strike
    Libya buries dead imams killed in Nato strike
    Libyans prepared on Saturday to bury 11 imams killed in what Muammar Gaddafi's regime said was a Nato air strike.
    Gaddafi says Nato bombs won't get him
    Gaddafi says Nato bombs won't get him
    Gaddafi declared in an audio message on Friday he was beyond the reach of Nato bombs after a government denial of claims he was wounded.
    Nato strikes Gaddafi compound after TV appearance
    Nato strikes Gaddafi compound after TV appearance
    Nato bombed Gaddafi's compound on Thursday, killing six people, just a short while after his first appearance on TV in two weeks.
    Nato bombs rock Tripoli as rebels hail advance
    Nato bombs rock Tripoli as rebels hail advance
    A Nato bombing blitz, which the alliance insisted was not aimed at Muammar Gaddafi, rocked Tripoli on Tuesday.
    Nato bombs Tripoli as Libya rebels hail advance
    Nato bombs Tripoli as Libya rebels hail advance
    A Nato bombing blitz rocked the Libyan capital on Tuesday, as rebels in besieged Misrata claimed to be pushing back the Libyan strongman's forces.
    Gaddafi regime lashes out over rebel war chest
    Gaddafi regime lashes out over rebel war chest
    Muammar Gaddafi's regime has reacted angrily to a decision by world powers to provide funding to Libya's rebels.
    British, Italian missions torched as Gaddafi son killed
    British, Italian missions torched as Gaddafi son killed
    British and Italian diplomatic buildings were torched after Libya accused Nato of trying to assassinate Muammar Gaddafi.