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Blair defends actions in new Iraq inquiry grilling

Tony Blair said on Friday he was determined to do whatever it took to disarm Saddam Hussein despite legal concerns.

Iraq rivals seal power-sharing deal amid increase in violence

Iraq's divided political factions sealed a power-sharing deal more than eight months after an inconclusive general election.

Last US combat brigade pulls out of Iraq

The last US combat brigade pulled out of Iraq and crossed into Kuwait, almost seven-and-a-half years after the US-led invasion, media have reported.

Blair says September 11 changed view on Iraq

The September 11 attacks changed the "calculus of risk" and meant it was not possible to contain Saddam Hussein through sanctions, Tony Blair said.

Saddam henchman ‘Chemical Ali’ hanged

Saddam Hussein's notorious henchman, "Chemical Ali", was executed on Monday, an Iraqi government spokesperson said.

New death sentence for Iraq’s ‘Chemical Ali’

An Iraqi court sentenced Ali Hassan al-Majeed, the Saddam Hussein-era official widely known as "Chemical Ali", on Sunday to death by hanging.

UK did not rush into Iraq War, says Blair aide

Former UK PM Tony Blair sought a diplomatic solution to fears over Iraq's weapons programme, a former aide said on Tuesday.

Fighting rages in Baghdad Shi’ite bastion

Fierce fighting raged on Tuesday as United States and Iraqi forces battled heavily armed Shi'ite militiamen in their Baghdad bastion of Sadr City for a third straight day, a correspondent and witnesses said. They said fierce clashes erupted soon after midnight as American tanks attempted to push into Sadr City.

Clashes in Baghdad Shi’ite bastion kill 20

Clashes between militiamen and United States forces in the Iraqi capital's Shi'ite bastion of Sadr City killed at least 20 people and wounded 52 others on Sunday, Iraqi security and medical officials said. Officials from Iraq's security and defence ministries said women and children were among the dead and wounded.

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