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March 21, 2003
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CNN War Tracker: a site with live information on the liberation of Iraq

CNN (www.cnn.com) has setup an excellent site to track the progress of the US and coalition forces in liberating Iraq and getting rid of the butcher from Baghdad:

CNN War Tracker http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/ 2003/iraq/war.tracker/index.html

The page includes live information on battles, airstrikes, casualties, weapons and more.

Just like the French, more and more Iraqi soldiers are giving up.

So check it out and think of how our men and women from the US and coalition forces are risking their lives so you can live in peace and worry less about Al-Qaeda and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad obtaining biological, chemical or nuclear weapons.

Posted by David Melle at March 21, 2003 01:10 PM

Your Sr International Correspondent Walter Rogers seems to think that the people of Iraq no longer fear for their own lives when they hear the voice of their ex dictator Saddam. What kind of a Sr correspondent does not understand that when you keep a people enslaved for more than a quarter of a century that all of a sudden the effects of same disappear in the midst of turmoil??? He should rethink his idea that Iraq's idea of freedom of the press is not lacking but rather he is lacking common sense and sensitivity to think you can show Iraqi people their ex dictator telling them to kill and think it won't effect them.
CNN maybe that is where your trouble lies. Lack of common sense and sinsitivity.
Barbara Arato,

Posted by: barbara Arato on November 24, 2003 10:29 AM

I think the US Soldiers have been doing a superb job in Iraq, I also think its time to pull out the rest shoould be up to the Iraqi people.

Posted by: Slavek Krasowski on December 4, 2005 07:02 PM
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