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Bracing For the Reports on Haditha

Almost nine months since 24 Iraqis, including women and children, were killed in the Iraqi town of Haditha and three months since Congressman John Murtha claimed...

The Haditha Massacre: A Congressman Apologizes

Congressman John Kline, a Republican from Minnesota, was in the forefront of legislators this spring who expressed outrage at the incident in Haditha, Iraq,...

Too Little, Too Late on Haditha?

Three Marine officers are being stripped of command, in the first disciplinary action taken as a result of a massacre in Haditha, a town in Western Iraq,...

The First Haditha Charges

More than a year after the alleged massacre of 24 Iraqi civilians by U.S. troops in the town of Haditha, the Marine Corps will announce formal charges tomorrow...

The Promotion After Haditha

Three officers have already been removed from their posts in the wake of the allegations that U.S. Marines killed 24 civilians in the Iraqi town of Haditha. But...

Haditha Murder Charges?

A senior Marine general leaves his Pentagon office and heads to Capitol Hill Wednesday with grim news from Iraq. In a series of private briefings, he's expected...

Haditha’s Denouement

The Marines’ 2005 “massacre” of 24 civilians in the Iraqi town of Haditha began with a bang but ended with a whimper Monday. Staff Sgt. Frank Wuterich pled...

After Haditha, the Silence

Since the revelation this week that U.S. Marines may have been responsible for the death of 15 civilians in the western Iraq town of Haditha, first reported by...

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