Versi, Anver
June 2004
African Business;Jun2004, Issue 299, p11
Comments on the invasion of Iraq by the Allied forces of the U.S. and Great Britain in 2003. Comparison between the abusive acts perpetrated by former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and those of the U.S. and British soldiers; Tyranny shown by the U.S. and Britain and its impact on human rights; Investigation led by U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell on the abuse that transpired during the invasion.


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