War in Iraq
Mary Beth Sheridan
Hundreds of Iraqi Arabs are being ousted from their homes in Kirkuk as Kurds retaliate for decades of repression by Hussein's government.
U.S. Actions Questioned After Killing
MOSUL, Iraq, April 17 -- Yasin Mohammad Salih felt a surge of hope when this northern Iraqi city was freed from the grip of Saddam Hussein's forces a week ago. But on Thursday, the 46-year-old mechanic was seething about the U.S. military. His mentally disabled brother lay dead, shot two days earlier during a riot in which U.S. troops killed at least seven people.
Police Force Is an Experiment in Rebuilding
After nearly a week of chaos and looting, scores of policemen have suddenly reemerged as part of an Iraqi security force being reconstituted by the U.S. forces that now control the country.
With the Marines in Baghdad
Beseeching the Conqueror for Aid, Protection
Hundreds of Iraqis flocked to the Marine checkpoint Monday begging for jobs, government services and help. Accustomed to an authoritarian government that controlled much of everyday life, Iraqis assume the Americans will step into the void.
Iraqis Alert Unit Bound for Tikrit
The rescue brings an end to a prisoner drama that had consumed senior military officers; the seven were all in good condition.
The POWs Speak: Days of Darkness
Families Elated by News of Rescue
In the News
At Baghdad Prison, Search for Missing Proves Fruitless (Post, April 13, 2003)
Baghdad's Airport Becomes Bustling Command Post: V Corps Lt. Gen. Wallace Sets Up Operations (Post, April 11, 2003)
Troops Find a Different Foe Than Expected: Wounded U.S. Soldiers Describe the Difficulties of Fighting Irregulars (Post, April 7, 2003)
On a Busy Night, Beds Fill Up With U.S. Soldiers, Iraqi POWs and Civilians (Post, April 6, 2003)
Back in the Fight, but More Cautiously (Post, April 5, 2003)
Apache Helicopters Flying More Cautious Missions (Post, April 4, 2003; 5:00 PM)
For Now, Dreams of Home Will Have to Do: Anniversary, Birthday Plans Put on Hold (Post, April 1, 2003)
In Valley of Death, A Rush to Nourish Believers' Souls (Post, March 31, 2003)
Copter Unit Retools Tactics After Fight: Small-Arms Fire, Sandstorms Ground Highly Touted Apache Attack Gunships (Post, March 26, 2003)
'We Want to Be Up There' (Post, March 21, 2003; 4:24 PM)
'This Is the Real Live Stuff, Ladies' (Post, March 20, 2003; 7:07 PM)
A Popular Request to the Rescuers: 'Make Sure You Get Me' (Post, March 20, 2003)
Units Practice Key Search-and-Rescue Missions (Post, March 19, 2003; 1:00 PM)
Beating Boredom With Scrap Wood (Post, March 16, 2003)
In This Woman's Army, Combat Now Part of the Duty (Post, March 15, 2003)
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