WAR CRIMES AND CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY

SEPTEMBER 2001 - AUGUST 2002

Anne Penketh - The Independent: FRANCE AND RUSSIA STAND FIRM IN DEMANDING THE U.N. ROUTE - 31 August 2002

Steven Erlanger - The New York Times : GERMAN UNIT WILL PULL OUT IF U.S. ATTACKS IRAQ - 31 August 2002

David Usborne - The Independent: SADDAM TAUNTS BUSH AS SUPPORT FOR U.S. CRUMBLES - 31 August 2002

David Aaronovitch - The Independent: CONVINCE ME IRAQ IS A THREAT - 30 August 2002

Adrian Hamilton - The Independent: DON'T EXAGGERATE THE IMPORTANCE OF 11 SEPTEMBER - 30 August 2002

Nicholas Watt et alia - The Observer: GLOBAL OUTCRY AGAINST IRAQ ATTACK - 29 August 2002

Daniel Sobelman - Ha'aretz: MUBARAK: U.S.ATTACK ON IRAQ WILL BRING CHAOS- - 28 August 2002

Editorial - The Independent: IN CASE YOU THOUGHT IT WAS SAFE TO DISMISS WAR AGAINST IRAQ - 28 August 2002

Andrew Gumbel - The Independent: FEDERAL COURT RULES SECRET U.S. 'TERROR' COURTS ARE ILLEGAL - 28 August 2002

Erick Eckholm - The New York Times : AMERICAN GIVES BEIJING GOOD NEWS: REBELS ON TERROR LIST - 27 August 2002

The Associated Press - The New York Times : G.O.P. MIXED ON IRAQ STRATEGY - 25 August 2002

Christopher Hitchens - The Observer: HAWKS IN THE DOVECOTE - 25 August 2002

La Reppublica: "GUERRA AGLI STATI UNITI" - 25 August 2002

Aluf Benn - Ha'aretz: SHARON CANCELS TRIP TO FLORIDA AFTER CRITICISM- A lttle electioneering by Sharon for brother Jeb Bush, the one who stole the election for our first single digit IQ president, had to be cancelled "due to criticism"... How low can the U.S. politics get? Do you still have doubts as to who controls the US-Israeli relationship and who really calls the shots? - 23 August 2002

Robert Gisk - The Independent: BE VERY AFRAID - BUSH PRODUCTIONS IS PREPARING TO GO INTO ACTION - 17 August 2002

Andrew Gumbel - The Independent: KISSINGER JOINS PROTEST AT BUSH PLAN TO ATTACK IRAQ - 17 August 2002

Paul Waugh - The Independent: CABINET IS DIVIDED ON ATTACKING IRAQ - 17 August 2002

Editorial - The Independent: THE MOMENT FOR MR. BLAIR TO LISTEN TO HIS CABINET - 17 August 2002

Louise Jury - The Independent: HOLLYWOOD ACTRESS WARNS U.S. AGAINST WAR ON IRAQ - 17 August 2002

Aluf Benn - Ha'aretz: SHARON URGES U.S. TO ATTACK IRAQ - 16 August 2002

Anthony Sampson - The Observer: WEST'S GREED FOR OIL FUELS SADDAM FEVER - 11 August 2002

David Usborne - The Independent: IRAQ ATTACK UNJUSTIFIED, SAYS BUSH ALLY - August 10 2002

Fergal Keane - The Independent: AMERICA WILL ATTACK SADDAM IN THE SPRING - August 10 2002

Kim Sengupta and Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: SAUDI BANS USE OF ITS AIR BASES TO ATTACK IRAQ - August 7 2002

Editorial - The Independent: LET THE U.N. TEST SADDAM'S INTENTIONS BEFORE SENDING IN BOMBERS - August 7 2002

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: ALLIES MOVE TOWARDS AIR ASSAULT AS DIQUIET OVER IRAQ GROWS - August 7 2002

Paul Vaugh - The Independent: JORDAN'S KING AND LABOUR MP'S WARN BLAIR ON IRAQ ATTACK - 30 July 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: THE TEXAN THIRST FOR BLOOD AND DESTRUCTION - 30 July 2002

Ian Burrell and Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: THE BRITISH HOME SECRETARY SNUBS U.S. OVER TERROR CLAIN - 30 July 2002

Paul Vaugh - The Independent: BLAIR WARNED: IRAQ ATTACK 'ILLEGAL' - 29 July 2002

Editorial - The Independent: BRITAIN MUST NOT SUPPORT AN INVASION OF IRAQ - 29 July 2002

Hassan Hafidh - Reuters: IRAQ SAYS IT'S READY FOR U.S. ATTACK - 28 July 2002

Anthony Barnett - The Guardian: MOUSSAOUI'S MOTHER SPEAKS OUT - 28 July 2002

Vicky Allen - Reuters: U.S. LAWMAKERS SEEK IRAN REGIME CHANGE - 25 July 2002

Simon Tisdall - The Guardian: MAKING ENEMIES MAKE FRIENDS - 25 July 2002

Dexter Filkins - The New York Times : FLAWS IN U.S. AIR WAR LEFT HUNDREDS OF CIVILIANS DEAD - 21 July 2002

Martin Bright - The Observer: TERROR, SECURITY AND THE MEDIA - 21 July 2002

Nick Cohen - The Observer: OF COURSE IT'S TRUE. AFTER ALL, IT WAS MI5 WHO TOLD US - 21 July 2002

Martin Bright - The Observer: DOCTORS ATTACK BLUNKETT OVER DYING TERROR SUSPECT - 21 July 2002

Ed Vulliamy and Nick Paton Walsh - The Observer: CHENEY FIRM WON $3.8 BIILION DOLLARS CONTRACTS FROM U.S. GOVERNMENT - 21 July 2002

Robert Fisk - The Independent: U.S. WARY OF PAKISTAN INTELLIGENCE SERVICES' LINKS TO AL-QA'IDA - 21 July 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: WE'RE COMING TO GET YOU, SADDAM (BUT IT MAY TAKE A LITTLE WHILE) - 21 July 2002

Jo Dillon - The Independent: TOUGH STANDING SHOULDER TO SHOULDER - 21 July 2002

Joan Smith - The Independent: IRAQ? LET'S NOT GO THERE - 21 July 2002

Amir Oren - Ha'aretz: FRENCH SOURCES: U.S. TO ATTACK IRAQ 'SOON' - 20 July 2002

Reuters: U.N. SAYS "WAR ON TERROR THREATENS HUMAN RIGHTS" - 19 July 2002

Parisa Hafezi - Reuters: THOUSANDS OF IRANIANS RALLY AGAINST BUSH - 19 July 2002

Editorial - The Independent: SHAMED BY TWO LOST BOYS ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD - 19 July 2002

Kathy Marks - The Independent: BRITAIN TURNS AWAY REFUGEE BOYS WHO TREKKED 600 MILES ACROSS AUSTRALIA TO CLAIM ASYLUM - 19 July 2002

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: SADDAM WARNS: I WILL NEVER BE DEFEATED - 18 July 2002

Editorial - The Independent: THE RHETORIC OVER IRAQ IS REACHING A DANGEROUS PITCH - 18 July 2002

Nadim Ladki - Reuters: DEFIANT IRAQ TALKS TOUGH - 16 July 2002

Robert Fisk - The Independent: THE MISSING EVIDENCE AND THE QUESTIONS THAT STILL HAVE TO BE ANSWERED - 16 July 2002

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: IRAQI OPPOSITION LEADERS WARN U.S. AND BRITAIN NOT TO INVADE - 15 July 2002

Jason Burke and Ed Vulliamy - The Observer: WAR CLOUDS GATHER AS HAWKS LAY THEIR PLANS - "It's certainly strange that the more the finance scandals approach the Whitw House, the harder and sharper the plans for an attack on Iraq" - 14 July 2002

Editorial - The Observer: WHAT WOULD WE BE FIGHTING FOR? - 14 July 2002

Kamal Ahmed, Jason Burke and Nick Pelham - The Observer: BLAIR AND BUSH PLAN IRAQ WAR SUMMIT - 14 July 2002

John Pilger - The Observer: THE GREAT CHARADE - The 'war on terror' is a smokescreen created by the ultimate terrorists: U.S. and Israel. - 14 July 2002

Rupert Cornwell- The Independent: AMERICA RATTLES SADDAM'S CAGE HOPING HE WILL LASH OUT IN ANGER - 13 July 2002

Jeff Gerth and Don Van Natta- The New York Times : IN TOUGH TIMES, HALIBURTON COMPANY (WHERE DICK CHENEY WAS CEO) FINDS PROFITS IN TERROR WAR - 13 July 2002

Reuters: TALIBAN FIGHTER DENIED ACCESS TO LAWYER - 12 July 2002

Ewen MacAskill - The Guardian: JORDAN REFUSES TO ALLOW LAUNCHPAD FOR INVASION - 10 July 2002

Julian Borger - The Guardian: REBEL GROUP REJECTS CIA OVERTURES DOWN ON THE FARM - 10 July 2002

Robert Fisk - The Independent: A STRANGE KIND OF FREEDOM - 09 July 2002

Randall Mikkelsen - Reuters: BUSH SAYS TO USE ALL MEANS TO OUST SADDAM - 08 July 2002

Jason Burke, Martin Bright and Nicholas Pelham - The Observer: U.S. 'TO ATTACK IRAQ VIA JORDAN' - 07 July 2002

Martin Townsend and Jason Burke - The Observer: EARTH 'WILL EXPIRE BY 2050' - 07 July 2002

Rupert Cornwell and Colin Brown - The Independent: BLAIR UNDER RENEWED PRESSURE OVER U.S. PLANS TO OUST SADDAM - 07 July 2002

James Dao - The New York Times : ONE NATION PLAYS THE GREAT GAME ALONE - 06 July 2002

Frank Rich - The New York Times : ALL THE PRESIDENT'S ENRONS - 06 July 2002

Andrew Bumcombe - The Independent: U.S. REVEALS PLANS FOR IRAQ ATTACK - 06 July 2002

Eric Schmitt - The New York Times : U.S. PLAN FOR IRAQ IS SAID TO INCLUDE ATTACK ON THREE SIDES - 05 July 2002

Dexter Filkins - The New York Times : 'BUSHARRAF' IS A FIGURE OF RIDICULE - 05 July 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: U.S. SEEKING A 'TWO-TIER' SYSTEM OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE - 04 July 2002

Pamela Constable - The Washington Post: ANGRY AFGHANS PROTEST ATTACK ON WEDDING PARTY - 4 July 2002

Saeed Ali Achakzai - The Guardian: 'IT WAS LIKE AN ABATTOIR - BLOOD ALL AROUND' - 4 July 2002

Reuters: U.S. DESTROYS BOSNIA PEACE MISSION - 01 July 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: SHOCKED AND ANGRY: THE PROPHET WHOSE WARNINGS OVER WALL STREET WERE IGNORED - 01 July 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: COMPANIES TOO COMPLEX TO CONTROL, SAYS GALBRAITH - 01 July 2002

Ed Vulliamy - The Observer: WORLD CON - 30 June 2002

Will Hutton - The Observer: BYE BYE AMERICAN PIE - 30 June 2002

Robert Green - Reuters: U.S. PILOTS BLAMED IN CANADIAN FRIENDLY FIRE - 28 June 2002

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: EUROPEANS RESIST U.S. CALL FOR U.N. IMMUNITY - 28 June 2002

Larry Elliott - The Guardian: AFRICA BETRAYED: THE AID WORKERS' VERDICT - 28 June 2002

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: U.S. ACCUSED OF TRYING TO WRECK INTERNATIONAL CRIME COURT - 26 June 2002

Ed Vulliamy - The Observer: BUSH AT BAY - 23 June 2002

Maya Jaggi - The Guardian: CIVIL WRONGS - 22 June 2002

Alan Riding - The New York Times : CONSPIRACY THEORY GRIPS FRENCH: SEPT. 11 AS RIGHT-WING U.S. PLOT - 22 June 2002

Andrew Gumbel - The Independent: BUSH HAS AUTHORIZED CIA TO KILL SADDAM - 17 June 2002

Braian Whitaker - The Guardian: IRAQ AND RUIN - 17 June 2002

Reuters: CLINTON QUESTIONS BUSH'S MIDEAST VIEW - 17 June 2002

Ed Vulliamy - The Observer: DARK HEART OF THE AMERICAN DREAM - 16 June 2002

Reuters: IRAQ SAYS U.S. ATTACKS TARGETS IN THE SOUTH - 14 June 2002

Robert Fisk - The Independent: GANGSTERS, MURDERERS AND STOOGES USED TO ENDORSE BUSH'S VISION OF DEMOCRACY - 10 June 2002

Kamal Ahmed - The Observer: POLICE TO SPY ON ALL EMAILS - 09 June 2002

Mark Townsend - The Observer: FAILURE OF POVERTY TALKS ANGERS ACTIVISTS - 09 June 2002

Lori Santos - Reuters: U.S. LAWMAKERS SEE INTELLIGENCE FAILURES PILING UP - 09 June 2002

Editorial by Frank Rich - The New York Times : DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND INSECURITY - 08 June 2002

Judith Miller and Don Van Natta, Jr, - The New York Times : IN YEARS OF PLOTS AND CLUES< SCOPE OF QAEDA ELUDED U.S. - 08 June 2002

Andrew Gumbel - The Independent: COLONEL WHO CALLED BUSH 'A JOKE' SUSPENDED - 06 June 2002

James Vicini - The Independent: PROTEST AT PLAN TO FINGERPRINT FOREIGN VISITORS - 06 June 2002

Reuters: "BUSH NEEDED WAR" SAYS SUSPENDED AIR FORCE OFFICER - 05 June 2002

Julian Bolger - The Guardian: FBI AND CIA FIGHT IT OUT OVER WHO IS TO BLAME FOR SEPTEMBER 11 BLUNDERS - 05 June 2002

Andrew Gumbel - The Independent: BUSH WARNS OF 'FIRST-STRIKE' AGAINST ROGUE NATIONS - 03 June 2002

Reuters: REPORT SAYS CIA KNEW SEPTEMBER 11 HIJACKERS - 03 June 2002

Reuters: AL QAEDA WARNS U.S. OF NEW ATTACK - 02 June 2002

John Mintz - The Washington Post: LAWYER: MOST CUBA DETAINEES NOT TERRORISTS - 02 June 2002

Mike Allen and Karen De Young - The Washington Post: BUSH: U.S. WILL STRIKE FIRST AT ENEMIES - 02 June 2002

Arundhati Roy - The Observer: UNDER THE NUCLEAR SHADOW - 02 June 2002

Geoffrey Lean - The Independent: BUSH BLOCKS BID TO SAVE MILLIONS OF LIVES - 02 June 2002

Declan Walsh - The Independent: HOW AFRICA CHANGED THE ODD COUPLE - 02 June 2002

Sangeev Miglani - Reuters: THREE AFGHANS KILLED BY U.S. FRIENDLY FIRE - 01 June 2002

Adam Entous - Reuters: BUSH CALLS UP ARMY OF SPIES - 01 June 2002

Mary Dejevsky - The Independent: RIGHTS TRAMPLED BY WAR ON TERROR - 29 May 2002

Sarah Left - The Guardian: HUMAN RIGHTS 'SIDELINED' SINCE SEPTEMBER 11 - 28 May 2002

James Dao - The New York Times : TALIBAN AND QAEDA BELIEVED OPERATING WITHIN PAKISTAN - 27 May 2002

Luke Harding - The Guardian: SHORT JOURNEY TO A MARTYR'S GRAVE - 27 May 2002

Henry Porter - The Observer: DON'T WAG YOUR FINGER AT US, MR. BUSH - 26 May 2002

Matthwe Engel - The Guardian: BUSH BACKS OFF IRAQ INVASION - 25 May 2002

Julian Borger, Iain Black and Patrick Vintour - The Guardian: BUSH COMES FACE TO FACE WITH EUROPE'S DISTRUST - 22 May 2002

Jonathan Freedland - The Guardian: THE RETURN OF POLITICS - 22 May 2002

Reuters - The New York Times : CHENEY SAYS NEW QAEDA ATTACKS AGAINST U.S. 'ALMOST CERTAIN' - 19 May 2002

Jason Burke and Ed Vulliamy - The Observer: BUSH KNEW OF TERRORIST PLOT TO HIJACK U.S. PLANES - 19 May 2002

Ed Vulliamy - The Observer: A BAD CALL? - 19 May 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: BUSH TOLD IN AUGUST OF SPECIFIC THREAT TO U.S. - 19 May 2002

AP - The Independent: BUSH FORCED ON DEFENSIVE OVER TERROR WARNING - 18 May 2002

Andrew Gumbel and Jason Bennetto - The Independent: BUSH WAS GIVEN HIJACK WARNING BY BRiTISH INTELLIGENCE - 18 May 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: BUSH UNDER FIRE OVER REVELATION HE WAS WARNED OF TERRORIST ATTACK - 17 May 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: U.S. ASKS A DISTURBING QUESTION: WHAT DID THE PRESIDENT KNOW? - 17 May 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: VETERAN ANCHOR ATTACKS MEDIA FOR BEING TIMID - 17 May 2002

Ron Fournier - The Los Angeles Times: LAWMAKERS DEMAND ANSWERS ON SEPTEMBER 11 WARNINGS - 16 April 2002

David Usborne - The Independent: U.N. BACKS REVISED SANCTIONS TO BLUNT CRITICISM ON IRAQ - 15 May 2002

Justin Huggler - The Independent: CONDITIONS FOR JAILED TALIBAN 'LIKE AUSCHWITZ' - 14 May 2002

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: ROYAL MARINES TO TREAT AFGHAN WAR CAPTIVES AS P.O.W.'S - 30 April 2002

David Usborne - The Independent: U.S. OFFENSIVE ON IRAQ 'POSTPONED UNTIL NEXT YEAR' - 29 April 2002

Tom Shanker and David E. Sanger - The New York Times : U.S. BLUEPRINT TO TOPPLE HUSSEIN ENVISIONS BIG INVASION NEXT YEAR - 28 April 2002

The Los Angeles Times: 30 LEAVE AFGHANISTAN IN FIRST RELEASE OF PAKISTANI DETAINEES - 27 April 2002

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: SPECIAL FORCES HUNT AL-QA'IDA IN PAKISTAN - 26 April 2002

Audrey Gillan - The Guardian: PILOT FREED AS TERROR CASE FAILED - 25 April 2002

Peter Ford - The Christian Science Monitor: U.S. DIPLOMATIC MIGHT IRKS NATIONS - 24 April 2002

Dexter Filkins - The New York Times : PAKISTANIS SAY U.S. IS ALLOWED IN BORDER AREA - 24 April 2002

Deborah Charles - Reuters: SEPTEMBER 11 SUSPECT SEEKS TO DEFEND HIMSELF - 23 April 2002

Anne McIlroy - The Guardian: ANGER AT CANADIAN SOLDIERS'DEATHS - 23 April 2002

Tim Ahmann - Reuters: TENS OF THOUSANDS PROTEST IN WASHINGTON - 21 April 2002

Ed Vulliamy - The Observer: VENEZUELA COUP LINKED TO BUSH TEAM - 21 April 2002

John Mintz - The Washington Post: AL QAEDA INTERROGATIONS FALL SHORT OF THE MARK - 21 April 2002

Anna Willard - Reuters: POOR COUNTRIES UNHAPPY IN THE SHADOW OF THE RICH - 21 April 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: THOUSANDS PROTEST IN WASHINGTON - 21 April 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: BUSH WANTS DEATH FOR 'SPY WHO OFFERED SECRETS TO IRAQ' - 21 April 2002

Carola Hoyos, Richard Wolffe and Judy Dempsey - Financial Times: U.S. ACCEPTS NEED FOR U.N. INQUIRY INTO JENIN - 'The US yesterday capitulated to intense international pressure...' - 'But this week the US vehemently opposed the newest Arab resolution demanding an immediate withdrawal of Israeli forces from Ramallah and Bethlehem...' - 'The US also opposed Mr. Annan's proposal for a large, robust, peacekeeping force, led by members of NATO.' - Do you still have doubts as to who controls the US-Israeli relationship and who really calls the shots? - 20 April 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: BUSH ENERGY POLICY CRITIC OUSTED AS HEAD OF CLIMATE CHANGE PANEL - 20 April 2002

Randall Palmer - Reuters: SHAKEN CANADA WANTS ANSWERS ON BOMB DEATHS - 20 April 2002

Deborah Charles and Tabassum Zakaria - Reuters: F.B.I. ISSUES TERROR WARNING TO U.S. BANKS - 20 April 2002

Inal Ersan - Reuters: NO SECURITY FOR THE U.S. WARNS BIN LADEN - 19 April 2002

AP - The Independent: U.S. BOMBER KILLS FOUR CANADIAN SOLDIERS IN AFGHANISTAN - 19 April 2002

Christine Gardner - Reuters: VOICES FROM FLIGHT 93 PROVE HEROISM - 19 April 2002

Barton Gellman and Thomas E. Ricks - The Washington Post: U.S. CONCLUDES BIN LADEN ESCAPED AT TORA BORA FIGHT - 18 April 2002

Randall Mikkelsen - Reuters: EUROPEANS CRITICAL OF BUSH - 18 April 2002

Gail Appleson - Reuters: IMPRISONED MUSLIMS SUE OVER U.S. ARRESTS - 18 April 2002

Deborah Charles - Reuters: U.S. SEEKS TO PROTECT GUANTANAMO INTERVIEW REPORTS - 17 April 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: BIN LADEN USES VIDEO TO CELEBRATE ATTACK ON THE U.S. - 16 April 2002

Editorial - The Independent: WE SHOULD BE PEACE-KEEPING NOT FIGHTING IN AFGHANISTAN - 13 April 2002

David Usborne - The Independent: NEW WORLD COURT A REALITY DESPITE U.S. HOSTILITY - 12 April 2002

Barbara Crossette - The New York Times : WAR CRIMES TRIBUNAL BECOMES REALITY, WITHOUT U.S. ROLE - 12 April 2002

Tabassum Zakaria - Reuters: BIN LADEN "CONSIDERED ALIVE" - 12 April 2002

Editorial - The Independent: MR. BLAIR SHOULD POINT OUT THE REAL LINKS BETWEEN ISRAEL, IRAQ AND AL-QA'IDA - 08 April 2002

Paul Waugh and Colin Brown - The Independent: HAWKISH BLAIR TRIES TO CALM DOUBTERS - 08 April 2002

Michael White - The Guardian: TWO MINDS ON THE MIDDLE EAST - 08 April 2002

Michael White and Nicholas Watt - The Guardian: TENSION GROWS AS IRAQ DISMISSES BLAIR DEMANDS - 08 April 2002

Colin Brown - The Independent: THE COMIC TURN FORGETS HIS LINES IN A TEXAS DOUBLE ACT - 08 April 2002

Kate Kelland - Reuters: BUSH AND BLAIR SAY ALL OPTIONS OPEN FOR IRAQ - 07 April 2002

John O'Callaghan - Reuters: U.S. SAYS NO TRACE OF BIN LADEN IN CAVES - 07 April 2002

Editorial - The Independent: BUSH IS PLAYING WITH FIRE - 07 April 2002

Kamal Ahmed - The Observer: BLAIR TO BACK U.S. WAR ON IRAQ - 07 April 2002

Nick Cohen - The Observer: WITH A FRIEND LIKE THIS... - 07 April 2002

Julian Borger, Michael White and Ewen MacAskill - The Guardian: BUSH: WE WILL GET RID OF SADDAM - 06 April 2002

Editorial - The Guardian: CROSSROADS AT CRAWFORD - 06 April 2002

Howard Schneider - The Washington Post: PROTESTS ERUPT IN ARAB NATIONS AGAINST ISRAEL AND U.S. - 05 April 2002

Ron Fournier - The Los Angeles Times: BUSH DERIDES CLINTON'S MIDEAST WORK - JOE LOCKHART: "THE ONLY THING MORE GLARING HERE THAN HIS LACK OF LEADERSHIP IS BUSH'S LACK OF KNOWLEDGE." - 05 April 2002

Joanne Allen - The Independent: SECOND 'AMERICAN TALIBAN' BEING HELD IN CUBA - 05 April 2002

Calum MacLeod - The Independent: AFTER 40 YEARS BEHIND BARS, CHINA FREES TIBETAN DISSIDENT AGED 76 ON 'MEDICAL GROUNDS' - 05 April 2002

Richard Lloyd Parry - The Independent: MUSLIM NATIONS DEFEND USE OF SUICIDE BOMBERS - 04 April 2002

Andrew Buncomne - The Independent: TORTURE OF DETAINEE NO LONGER RULED OUT BY CIA - 03 April 2002

Ann Scott Tyson - The Christian Science Monitor: WILL THE U.S. USE TORTURE? - 03 April 2002

John F. Burns - The New York Times : IN KABUL, MUSHARRAF SPURNS U.S. AID IN HUNTING AL QAEDA - 03 April 2002

Andrew Grice - The Independent: BLAIR THREATENED WITH HUGE REVOLT OVER IRAQ STANCE - 03 April 2002

Colin Brown and Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: BRITAIN TO PRESS FOR CAUTION OVER IRAQ - 31 March 2002

AP - The Washington Post: U.S. SPECIAL FORCES INJURED IN TRAINING - 31 March 2002

Raymond Whitaker and James Palmer - The Independent: DON'T ALWAYS TRUST WHAT THEY TELL YOU IN THE WAR ON TERROR - 31 March 2002

Duncan Campbell - The Guardian: NEW U.S. PAPER AIMS AT AFGHAN WAR TRUTH - 30 March 2002

Brian Whitaker - The Guardian: PAPER GETS 'BIN LADEN' EMAIL - 30 March 2002

Reuters: IRAQ BLAMES WASHINGTON FOR ISRAELI ATTACKS - 30 March 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: U.S. 'NOT TO BLAME' FOR AFGHAN CASUALTIES - 30 March 2002

Frances Kennedy: ITALY ACCUSES U.S. OF SCAREMONGERING OVER WARNING OF TERRORIST THREAT TO TOURISTS - 30 March 2002

Reuters: U.S.DENIES AMERICAN TALIBAN TORTURE CLAIMS - 30 March 2002

Anne Penketh - The Independent: LEADERS EMBRACE IRAQI ATTEMPT TO RETURN TO THE FOLD - 29 March 2002

Julian Borger and John Henley - The Guardian: U.S. DEFIES FRANCE BY SEEKING DEATH PENALTY FOR ALLEGED 20TH HIGHJACKER - 29 March 2002

Paul Richter - The Los Angeles Times: AFGHAN MINE KILLS NAVY SEAL - 29 March 2002

Paul Richter - The Los Angeles Times: REPORT REVEALS SUSPECTED FRIENDLY FIRE - 29 March 2002

Reuters: U.S.COMMANDER EXPECTS LONG TERRORISM WAR - 28 March 2002

John Hendren and Maura Reynolds - The Los Angeles Times: THE U.S. BOMB THAT NEARLY KILLED KARZAI - 28 March 2002

Evelyn Leopold - Reuters: ANNAN TO MEET IRAQI TEAM NEXT MONTH - 26 March 2002

Lucy Ward and Jackie Ashley - The Guardian: LABOR DISSENT GROWS OVER IRAQ - 25 March 2002

Joe Stevens and David B. Ottaway - The Washington Post: FROM U.S., THE ABC'S OF JIHAD - IN CASE YOU HAD ANY DOUBTS AS TO WHO STARTED THE JIHAD EDUCATION IN AFGHANISTAN - 24 March 2002

Lori Santos - Reuters: NO ARAB LEADERS OPPOSED U.S. ACTION IN IRAQ - LISTEN TO THE KING OF LIARS, DICK CHENEY, TELL THE BIGGEST LIE SO FAR...EXPECT MORE LATER... - 24 March 2002

Peter Beaumont and Ed Vulliamy - The Observer: BRITAIN ACCUSED ON TERROR LAB CLAIM - STORY OF FIND IN AFGHAN CAVE WAS MADE UP TO JUSTIFY SENDING MARINES. - 24 March 2002

Kamal Ahmed - The Observer: LABOR SPLIT GROWS ON IRAQ - 24 March 2002

Toby Dodge - The Observer: IRAQ AND THE BUSH DOCTRINE - 24 March 2002

Richard Ingramus - The Observer: DON'T MENTION THE WAR - 24 March 2002

Mark Felsenthal - Reuters: FBI DISMISSES ANTHRAX LINK TO HIJACKERS - 24 March 2002

Reuters: BRITISH BOMBS STILL KILLING IRAQI FISH - 24 March 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: THE LINK BETWEEN POVERTY AND TERRORISM - 23 March 2002

Reuters: ALLIES WARY OF U.S. AL QAEDA TRIBUNALS PLAN - 22 March 2002

Ilene R. Prusher - The Christian Science Monitor: AL QAEDA'S PLOY: PARRY AND RUN - 22 March 2002

Simon Tisdall - The Guardian: BUSH AND BLAIR STAND ALONE - 22 March 2002

Charles Aldinger - Reuters: U.S. ISSUES RULES FOR MILITARY TRIBUNALS - 22 March 2002

Patricia Wilson - Reuters: U.S. TERROR TRIBUNALS TO APE COURTS-MARTIALS - 21 March 2002

Evelyn leopold - Reuters: IRAQ ASKS U.N. TO TAKE POSITION ON U.S. THREATS - 21 March 2002

Scott Baldauf - The Christian Science Monitor: IN PAKISTAN, AMERICANS ARE TARGETS - 21 March 2002

Reuters: CHENEY ENDS TRIP WITHOUT IRAQ MANDATE - 20 March 2002

Leo Hickman, Esther Adley and Laura Barton - The Guardian: IS IT STILL A GOOD IDEA? - 20 March 2002

EFE: LOS TALIBÁN ANUNCIAN LA CAPTURA DE 20 OCCIDENTALES - THE TALIBAN ANNOUNCES THE CAPTURE OF 20 U.S. AND CANADIAN MILITARY, INCLUDING TWO WOMEN, DURING THE RECENT FIGHTING AT SHAH-I-KOT. THE U.S. GOVERNMENT IS UNCHARACTERISTICALLY SILENT. - 19 de Marzo de 2002

Reuters: CHENEY SAYS NO PLANS FOR IRAQ STRIKE - 19 March 2002

Reuters: "NO DECISION" ON U.S. STRIKE AGAINST IRAQ - 19 March 2002

Gilles Trequesser - Reuters: IRAN RULES OUT DIALOGUE WITH THW "GREAT SATAN" - 19 March 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: U.S. STARTS WORK ON NUCLEAR 'BUNKER-BUSTER' BOMB - 19 March 2002

Scott Peterson - The Christian Science Monitor: TERROR WAR AND OIL EXPAND THE BORDERS OF THE U.S. EMPIRE - 19 March 2002

James Gerstenzang - The Los Angeles Times: CHENEY FINDS ISRAELI ISSUE TRUMPS IRAQ - 19 March 2002

Reuters: IRAQ AIMS TO DEPRIVE U.S. OF PRETEXT FOR ATTACK - 19 March 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: IRANIAN HARDLINERS REJECT TENTATIVE PEACE INITIATIVE FROM U.S. SENATOR - 19 March 2002

Robert Fisk - The Independent: ARAB STATES UNITED IN REJECTING ATTACK ON SADDAM - 18 March 2002

Randall Mikkelsen - Reuters: CHENEY HESITATES ON ARAFAT MEETING - 18 March 2002

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: C.I.A. SURVEY OF AIRFIELDS HERALDS ATTACK - 18 March 2002

Ben Russell - The Independent: SHORT: MILITARY ACTION AGAINST IRAQ IS 'UNWISE' - 18 March 2002

Mark Seddon - The Independent: LABOR PARTY REBELLION IS IN THE AIR - 18 March 2002

Robin Wright - The Los Angeles Times: JORDAN'S KING SEES PITFALLS IN IRAQ - 17 March 2002

Michael R. Gordon - The New York Times : SAUDIS WARNING AGAINST ATTACK BY U.S. ON IRAQ - 17 March 2002

Stephen Castle and Colin Brown - The Independent: E.U. WITHHOLDS BACKING FOR ACTION AGAINST IRAQ - 17 March 2002

Kamal Ahmed and Gaby Hinsliff - The Observer: ARMY FEAR OVER BLAIR WAR PLANS - 17 March 2002

Alan Sipress - The Washington Post: SAUDIS REBUFF U.S. PLANS TO CONFRONT IRAQ - 17 March 2002

Peter Beaumont, Kamal Ahmed and Edward Helmore - The Observer: SHOULD WE GO TO WAR AGAINST SADDAM? - 17 March 2002

Stephen Castle and Anne Penketh - The Independent: BRITAIN FAILS TO PERSUADE THE EUROPEAN UNION TO BACK WAR ON IRAQ - 16 March 2002

John Hooper, Jon Henley and Patrick Vintour - The Guardian: BRITAIN ISOLATED OVER IRAQ WAR THREAT - 16 March 2002

Ewen MacAskill, Richard Norton-Taylor and John Hooper - The Guardian: COUNTDOWN TO A DANGEROUS WAR GAME - 16 March 2002

Zvi Barel - Ha'aretz: ANALYSIS: DESPITE U.S. EFFORTS, ARABS ARE OPPOSED TO STRIKES ON IRAQ - 16 March 2002

Nigel Morris - The Independent: WEST PLANS SIMULATED ANTHRAX ATTACK - 16 March 2002

Charles Aldinger - Reuters: U.S. PLANS FOR MILITARY TRIBUNALS FROM AFGHAN WAR - 16 March 2002

Julian Borger et alia - The Guardian: IRAQ: THE MYTH AND THE REALITY - 15 March 2002

Michael Byers - The Guardian: WHAT TONY BLAIR NEEDS TO KNOW - 15 March 2002

John Mintz - The Washington Post: FROM VEIL OF SECRECY, PORTRAITS OF PRISONERS EMERGE - 15 March 2002

Robert Fisk - The Independent: IF BUSH IS HAVING 'VISIONS', AMERICA MUST NEED ARAB SUPPORT FOR ANOTHER WAR - 14 March 2002

Mark Steel - The Independent: DON'T ASK FOR EVIDENCE, JUST NUKE BAGHDAD - 14 March 2002

Andrew Grice - The Independent: ATTACK ON IRAQ WOULD BACKFIRE, SAYS MOWLAM - 14 March 2002

Mo Mowlam - The Independent: SOME LESSONS FOR THE MIDDLE EAST FROM THE ULSTER PEACE PROCESS - 14 March 2002

David Usborne - The Independent: U.S. ISSUES VISA TO DEAD PILOTS OF HIJACKED JETS - 14 March 2002

Robert Fisk - The Independent: ARABS DON'T WANT WAR ON IRAQ. THEY WANT AMERICA TO CHANGE ITS POLICY - 13 March 2002

Randall Mikkelsen - Reuters: JORDAN WARNS U.S. AGAINST IRAQ ATTACK - 13 March 2002

Chris Gray - The Independent: PETROL PRICES RISE AMID FEARS OF WAR IN THE MIDDLE EAST - 13 March 2002

Peter Baker and Pamela Constable - The Washington Post: U.S., AFGHAN ADVANCE BUT FIND FEW ENEMY FIGHTERS - 13 March 2002

Richard Norton-Taylor - The Guardian: ANALYSIS: ITCHY FINGERS ON THE TRIGGER - 12 March 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: AMERICA WANTS TO TURN THE UNTHINKABLE INTO USABLE TOOLS OF WARFARE - 12 March 2002

Editorial - The Independent: BEHIND THE WARM WORDS OF PRESIDENT BUSH LURK SOME DANGEROUS THOUGHTS - 12 March 2002

The Guardian: HAWKS AND DOVES CIRCLE IN EUROPE - 12 March 2002

Rupert Cornwell and Andrew Grice - The Independent: BUSH: WAR AGAINST SADDAM IS INEVITABLE - 12 March 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BUSH MAPS OUT GLOBAL STRATEGY AGAINST ENEMIES - 12 March 2002

Paul Vaugh - The Independent: CHENEY EMERGES FROM HIS BUNKER TO DISCUSS WAR - 12 March 2002

Kim Sengupta and Marie Woolf - The Independent: TENSIONS RISE AS IRAQ REJECTS THE RETURN OF U.N. INSPECTORS - 11 March 2002

Editorial - The Independent: HONESTY IS A BETTER POLICY THAN UNCRITICAL SUPPORT FOR THE UNITED STATES - 10 March 2002

Hassan Hafidh - Reuters: IRAQ BANS RETURN OF ARMS INSPECTORS - 10 March 2002

Edward Helmore and Kamal Ahmed - The Observer: OUTRAGE AS PENTAGON NUCLEAR HITLIST REVEALED - 10 March 2002

William M. Arkin - The Los Angeles Times: SECRET PLAN OUTLINES THE UNTHINKABLE - A WHITE HOUSE MANDATED PLAN FOR USING NUCLEAR ARMS AGAINST AT LEAST SEVEN NATIONS: CHINA, RUSSIA, IRAQ, IRAN, BORTH KOREA, LYBIA AND SYRIA. HOW DO WE STOP THE SANGUINARY BEASTS IN WASHINGTON FROM DESTROYING CIVILIZATION AS WE KNOW IT? - 10 March 2002

Paul Richter - The Los Angeles Times: U.S. WORKS UP PLAN FOR USING NUCLEAR ARMS AGAINST AT LEAST SEVEN NATIONS: CHINA, RUSSIA, IRAQ, IRAN, NORTH KOREA, LYBIA AND SYRIA. - 10 March 2002

Michael R. Gordon - The New York Times : U.S. NUCLEAR PLAN SEES NEW WEAPONS AND NEW TARGETS - 10 March 2002

John H. Cushman Jr. - The New York Times : NEWS ANALYSIS: RATTLING NEW SABERS 'MR. BUSH IS MAKING A RADICAL AND DANGEROUS SHIFT TO A NUCLEAR FIRST-STRIKE POLICY.' - 10 March 2002

David E. Sanger - The New York Times : 6 MONTHS AFTER SEPT. 11. BUSH TO GIVE STRATEGY FOR INTENSIFIED WAR OUR SINGLE DIGIT IQ PRESIDENT ("WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE!") IS READY TO INVADE COUNTRIES THAT DO NOT ASK FOR AN AMERICAN PRESENCE. THEY EVIDENTLY DON'T TEACH INTERNATIONAL LAW IN THE TEXAS KINDERGARTENS. - 10 March 2002

Nick Cohen - The Observer: BLAIR'S JUST A BUSH BABY - 10 March 2002

Mark Leonard - The Observer: WHY AMERICA ISN'T LISTENING - 10 March 2002

Kamal Ahmed, Jason Burke and Peter Beaumont - The Observer: BUSH WANTS 25,000 UK IRAQ FORCE - 10 March 2002

Fred Halliday - The Observer: NEW WORLD, BUT THE SAME OLD DISORDER - 10 March 2002

Editorial - The Observer: YES, THE WORLD HAS CHANGED - 10 March 2002

John Daniszewski - The Los Angeles Times: ENEMY FORCES EXCEED 1000, AFGHAN SAYS - 10 March 2002

Eric Schmitt and Thom Shanker - The New York Times : RETREAT OF AFGHAN ALLIES FORCED G.I.'S TO TAKE LEAD IN FIGHTING - 10 March 2002

Warren Hoge - The New York Times : BLAIR'S SUPPORT OF BUSH ON IRAQ IS CRITICIZED IN HIS OWN PARTY - 9 March 2002

Bob Roberts - The Mirror : STRIKE ON IRAQ WILL SPLIT LABOUR - 'THE LABOUR PARTY COULD BE SPLIT DOWN THE MIDDLE IF TONY BLAIR BACKS A UNILATERAL U.S. ONSLAUGHT AGAINST IRAQ.' - 9 March 2002

Reuters: AFGHAN CIVILIANS KILLED IN U.S. RAID - REPORT - 9 March 2002

Christine Hauser and Stuart Grudgings - Reuters: WEATHER DAMPENS U.S. ASSAULT ON AL QAEDA - 9 March 2002

Barry Bearak - The New York Times : AFGHAN COALITION FORCES GAINING HIGHER GROUND, BUT REBELS RESIST - 8 March 2002

Christine Hauser and Stuart Grudgings - Reuters: AL QAEDA RESISTANCE SAID TO BE WANING - 8 March 2002

Christine Hauser and Stuart Grudgings - Reuters: BAD WEATHER ADDS NEW TWIST TO AFGHAN FIGHT - 8 March 2002

Lutfullah Mashal - The Christian Science Monitor: THE U.S. TROOPS HAVE KILLED HUNDREDS, BUT ENEMY RANKS HAVE BEEN RENEWED - 8 March 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: ENTERING ITS SIXTH BLOODY DAY, THE AFGHAN BATTLE THAT WOULD BE OVER IN 24 HOURS - 7 March 2002

Dexter Filkins and Barry Bearak - The New York Times : U.S. ALLIES IN THE NORTH EXACT BRUTAL REVENGE ON PASHTUN TRIBE - 7 March 2002

Natasha Walter - The Independent: THE BRAVE STRUGGLE OF THIS LONE WOMAN - 7 March 2002

Peter Popham - The Independent: COURT GIVES ROY ONE NIGHT IN JAIL FOR CONTEMPT - 7 March 2002

Kathy Gannon, AP - The Independent: U.S. HELICOPTER DOWNED IN AFGHANISTAN - THE OLD STINGER SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILES SUPPLIED BY THE C.I.A. IN THE 1980'S STILL WORK FINE. GOOD OLD AMERICAN TECHNOLOGY! - 4 March 2002

The Guardian: NINE AMERICANS KILLED IN ASSAULT - 4 March 2002

Keith B. Richburg - The Washington Post: Europe, U.S. DIVERGING ON KEY POLICY APPROACHES - 4 March 2002

Howard LaFranchi - The Christian Science Monitor: AN IRAQ WAR COULD BRING GAS-PUMP GLOOM - 4 March 2002

Alissa J. Rubin - The Los Angeles Times: A MONUMENT TO THE MARTYRS OF AL QAEDA - 4 March 2002

Paul Kennedy - The Observer: HAS THE U.S. LOST ITS WAY? - DOES EVERYBODY HATE AMERICA? MAYBE THE WORLD IS JUST CONCERNED AT THE LACK OF VISIONARY LEADERSHIP FROM SUCH A POWERFUL NATION. - 3 March 2002

Will Hutton - The Observer: LET GO OF DUBYA'S COAT-TAILS - BRITAIN SHOULD UNHITCH ITSELF FROM THE AMERICAN WAR MACHINE AND OPPOSE MILITARY ACTION IN IRAQ. - 3 March 2002

Mohammed Bashir and Taras Protsiuk - Reuters: U.S. BOMBERS POUND RESILIENT AL-QAEDA - THERMOBARIC BOMBS, THE ACME OF COWARDICE, ARE BEING USED TO KILL PEOPLE BY SUFFOCATION. WE ARE GIVING BARBARISM A BAD NAME, IF THAT WERE POSSIBLE... - 3 March 2002

Jacques Amalric, Marc Semo - La Liberation: HUBERT VÉDRINE: "WASHINGTON DOIT AVOIR UNE ATTITUDE DIFFERENTE" - INTERVIEW WITH THE FRENCH FOREIGN MINISTER ON THE UNILATERALIST ABERRATION OF THE U.S. POLICY. - 3 Mars 2002

Fabrice Rousselot - La Liberation: GUANTANAMO: DES DÉTENUS PROTESTENT - 74 PRISONERS OF WAR IN GUANTANAMO CONTINUE THEIR HUNGER STRIKE, - 3 Mars 2002

Mary Riddell - The Observer: HOW OSAMA WON EUROPE THE SPACE RACE- FOR ONCE EUROPE STOLE A MARCH ON AMERICA. - 3 March 2002

Severin Carrell - The Independent: CAMP X-RAY BRITONS SUE OVER DETENTIONS - 3 March 2002

Editorial - The Mirror : BLAIR HAS TO BE CAUTIOUS ON SADDAM - FLAPPING ALONG ON UNCLE SAM'S MILITARY COAT-TAILS IS NOT GOING TO BENEFIT BRITAIN. WE MUST NOT DO IT. - 2 March 2002

Howard LaFranchi - The Christian Science Monitor: BUSH OFFICIALS SAY IS NOT A MATTER OF IF HUSSEIN MUST GO, BUT WHEN, AND HOW - MEANWHILE, AT THE INSANE ASYLUM ON THE POTOMAC RIVER THE WARMONGERS WORK OVERTIME... - 2 March 2002

Pepe Escobar - Asia Times: THE ROVING EYE - THE POWER OF LIES - OSAMA BIN LADEN IS HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE. - 2 March 2002

Le Monde: SEPT FRANÇAIS IDENTIFIÉS À GUANTANAMO - SEVEN FRENCH CITIZENS HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED IN THE GUANTANAMO WIRE CAGES. - 2 Mars 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: AMERICA SETS UP 'SHADOW GOVERNMENT' AT SECRET LOCATIONS - RUMOR HAS IT THAT BOTH BUSH AND CHENEY HAVE USED LOOK-ALIKES FOR PUBLIC APPEARANCES. THEY ARE FEVERESHLY LEARNING NEW TRICKS FROM "UNCLE JOE" STALIN. - 2 March 2002

Matthew Engel: SECRET OF THE U.S. NUCLEAR BUNKERS - 2 March 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: U.A. AMBASSADOR ATTACKS THE WAR CRIMES TRIBUNALS - THE DODGE CITY BARBARIANS ('WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE') ATTACK THE CONCEPT OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE, RECOGNIZING THE FACT THEY WILL FOLLOW IN MILOSEVIC'S FOOTSTEPS SOONER OR LATER. - 1 March 2002

Jane Sutton - Reuters: U.S. RELENTS OVER GUANTANAMO TURBANS - 1 March 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: PRISONERS AT CAMP X-RAY GO ON HUNGER STRIKE - 1 March 2002

Ann Scott Tyson - The Christian Science Monitor: DOES BIN LADEN MATTER ANYMORE? - 1 March 2002

Howard Schneider - The Washington Post: 'THE LAST THING WE WANT IS A CONFRONTATION' - 28 February 2002

Editorial - The Guardian: PLAY IT BY THE LAW BOOK - U.S. MUST NOT DETAIN CAPTIVES WITHOUT TRIAL - 28 February 2002

Matthew Engel - The Guardian: WASHINGTON BROODS OVER X-RAY PROGNOSIS - 28 February 2002

AFP - The Times of India: IRAN IS NOT INTERFERING IN AFGHANISTAN, SAYS KARZAI - 12 February 2002

Audrey Gillan - The Guardian: BRITISH DETAINEEE 'EMACIATED" - 28 February 2002

Matthew Engel: U.S. FAILS TO FIND EVIDENCE AT CAMP X-RAY - 27 February 2002

Reuters: U.S. IS PRETENDING BUSH IS COMPETENT - 26 February 2002

Clare Dyer - The Guardian: CAMP X-RAY FAMILIES THREATEN WRIT - 26 February 2002

Parisa Hafezi - The Washington Post: KARZAI PLEDGES GOOD RELATIONS WITH 'BROTHER' IRAN - 25 February 2002

Scott Peterson - The Christian Science Monitor: IRAN AIDS AFGHANS AS U.S. FRETS - 25 February 2002

DeNeen L. Brown - The Washington Post: CANADA WARY OF U.S. ANTI-TERROR PLAN - 24 February 2002

Walter Pincus and Karen DeYoung - The Washington Post: ANTI-IRAQ RETHORIC OUTPACES REALITY - 24 February 2002

Kamal Ahmed - The Observer: BLAIR AND BUSH TO PLOT WAR ON IRAQ - 24 February 2002

Andrew Rawnsley - The Observer: HOW TO DEAL WITH THE AMERICAN GOLIATH - 24 February 2002

Mark Halper - The Independent: U.S. HARNESSES HIGH-TECH TO 'PREDICT' TERRORISM - 24 February 2002

David Usborne - The Independent: MURDOCH FIRM TRIED TO KILL SATIRE ON BUSH - 24 February 2002

Steven Erlanger - The New York Times : EUROPE SEETHES AS THE U.S. FLIES SOLO IN WORLD AFFAIRS - 23 February 2002

Neue Zürcher Zeitung: "WOFÜR WIR KÄMPFEN" - "WHY ARE WE FIGHTING?" - A LETTER SIGNED BY 60 U.S. INTELLECTUALS ON THE MORAL GROUNDS FOR A JUSTIFIED WAR - 23. Februar 2002

Robert Fisk - The Independent: JOURNALISTS ARE NOW TARGETS - BUT WHO IS TO BLAME? - 23 February 2002

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: GENEVA CONVENTIONS ARE OUTDATED, SAYS U.S. ENVOY - THE DODGE CITY 'WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE' BARBARIANS HAVE SPOKEN. - 22 February 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: CHANGE OBSOLETE RULES OF WARFARE, SAYS BUSH ENVOY - HUMANITY AND DIGNITY IN COMBAT MEANS NOTHING TO THE WASHINGTON BARBARIANS - 22 February 2002

Julian Borger: AIN'T NO STOPPING U.S. NOW - 21 February 2002

Tabassum Zakaria - Reuters: PENTAGON THRUTH - DEPENDS IF YOU'RE FRIEND OR FOE - 21 February 2002

Sharon LaFraniere - The Washington Post: U.S., RUSSIA DIVIDED OVER IRAN AFTER TALKS - 21 February 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: REVEALED: PENTAGON'S NEW BLACK PROPAGANDA UNIT - 20 February 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: U.S. STARTS A NEW WAR, FOR WORLD'S HEARTS AND MINDS - 20 February 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: F.B.I. 'KNOWS SCIENTIST WHO MADE ANTHRAX' - 20 February 2002

Andrew Buncombe and Robert Verkaik - The Independent: LAWYERS FOR BRITONS IN CAMP X-RAY ARGUE THEY ARE BEING HELD ILLEGALLY - 20 February 2002

Sear Rayment - The Telegraph: AMERICA'S LASER OF DEATH CLEARED FOR TAKE-OFF - 17 February 2002

Robert Fisk - The Independent: AMERICA 'CHASING PHANTOMS' IN IRAQ, SAYS ARMS EXPERT - 17 February 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: SADDAM IS NEXT IN THE FIRING LINE. IT'S JUST A MATTER OF WHEN - 'THERE IS METHOD IN THE BUSH MADNESS - THE CALCULATION THAT THE MORE CREDIBLE THE THREATS, THE MORE LIKELY THEY ARE TO PRODUCE RESULTS.' - 17 February 2002

David Usborne - The Independent: U.S. FORCES MOVE ON FILIPINO MILITANTS - 17 February 2002

Peter Finn - The Washington Post: EUROPE ADAMANTLY OPPOSED TO ANY U.S. ATTACK ON IRAQ - 17 February 2002

David E. Sanger - The New York Times : ALLIES HEAR SOUR NOTES IN 'AXIS OF EVIL' CHORUS - 17 February 2002

Terry Jones - The Observer: OK, GEORGE, MAKE WITH THE FRIENDLY BOMBS - 17 February 2002

Will Hutton - The Observer: TIME TO STOP BEING AMERICA'S LAP-DOG - 17 February 2002

Steven Everts - The Observer: WHY SHOULD BUSH TAKE EUROPE SERIOUSLY? - 17 February 2002

Editorial - Le Monde: IRRITATIONS TRANSATLANTIQUES - THE MOISE LEVEL GETS LOUDER AND LOUDER BETWEEN THE TWO COASTS OF THE ATLANTIC OCEAN. - 16 February 2002

Editorial - The GUARDIAN: AMERICA'S NEW WAR - WE (U.K.) SHALL NOT BACK THIS IRAQ ATTACK - 16 February 2002

Steve Vogel - The Washington Post: AL QAEDA TUNNELS, ARMS CACHE TOTALED - THIS ENORMOUS COMPLEX OF UNDERGROUND TUNNELS, DEPOSITS AND FORTIFICATIONS WAS BUILT UNDER C.I.A. SUPERVISION AT A COST OF HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF U.S. TAXPAYERS' DOLLARS. IT TOOK MANY MORE MILLIONS TO DESTROY IT, NOW THAT BIN LADEN IS NO LONGER ON THE C.I.A. PAYROLL. - 16 February 2002

Judy Pasternak and Sebastian Rotella - The Los Angeles Times: AL QAEDA LINKED TO RUSSIAN ARMS BROKER - WHEN ARE WE GOING TO BOMB RUSSIA? IT'S LONG OVERDUE... - 16 February 2002

Le Monde: TENSION ENTRE PARIS ET WASHINGTON - THE FRENCH FOREIGN MINISTER AND OTHER EUROPEAN MINISTERS HAVE ATTACKED THE AMERICAN STATEMENTS OF THE 'AXIS OF EVIL'. - 16 February 2002

Le Monde: LES ETATS-UNIS DILAPIDENT LE CAPITAL DE SYMPATHIE QU'ILS AVAIENT RECUEILLI LORS DES ATTENTATS DE 11 SEPTEMBRE - 16 February 2002

Financial Times: Mr. CHRIS PATTEN, THE EUROPEAN UNION EXTERNAL AFFAIRS COMMISSIONER, WARNS THAT U.S. UNILATERALISM WILL BE SELF-DEFEATING - 15 February 2002

The Guardian: IS THE U.S. JINGOISM TARNISHING THE OLYMPIC IDEAL? - 15 February 2002

Judy Dempsey - Financial Times: PATTEN ON THE U.S. 'INSTINCT' TO GO IT ALONE - 15 February 2002

Alden - Financial Times: CHENEY CONFIDENT OF SUPPORT FOR U.S. AGGRESSION - 15 February 2002

Robert Dixon - Los Angeles Times: RUSSIA WARNS U.S. ON IRAQ - 15 February 2002

David Storey - Reuters: CHENEY SEES SUPPORT FOR U.S. AGGRESSIVE ACTIONS - 15 February 2002

Audrey Gillan - The Guardian: FREED PILOT TELLS OF PRISON ORDEAL - 15 February 2002

Audrey Gillan - The Guardian: FREED - 15 February 2002

Julian Borger and Ewen MacAskill - The Guardian: U.S. TARGETS SADDAM - ARE YOU READY FOR WAR? YOU AIN'T SEEN NOTHIN' YET, AS THEY SAY IN TEXAS... - 14 February 2002

Alan Sipress - The Washington Post: BUSH SAYS U.S. WILLING TO TAKE ACTION AGAINST IRAQ - 14 February 2002

Scott Peterson - The Christian Science Monitor: AS U.S. TARGETS IRAQ, KEY REBELS BALK - 14 February 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: AMERICA TURNS ON HEIDER FOT 'ENCOURAGING' SADDAM - 14 February 2002

Julian Borger - The Guardian: U.S. BIG GUNS SILENT ON 'REGIME CHANGE' - 14 February 2002

Steven Erlanger - The NEW YOURK TIMES: FISCHER WARNS U.S. NOT TO ACT ALONE AGAINST NATIONS LIKE IRAQ - THE GERMAN FOREIGN SECRETARY WARNED THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION NOT TO TREAT ITS ALLIES LIKE SATELLITE STATES IN SOME NEW EMPIRE OR MOVE UNILATERALLY AGAINST STATES LIKE IRAQ - 13 February 2002

Michael R. Gordon and David E. Sanger - The New York Times : POWELL SAYS U.S. IS WEIGHING WAYS TO TOPPLE HUSSEIN - THE BURNING BUSH WILL IGNORE THE UNIVERSAL WARNINGS COMING FROM THE 'SATELLITE STATES' AND WILL PURSUE ANOTHER INTERNATIONAL DISASTER IN IRAQ. - 13 February 2002

Molly Moore - The Washington Post: FLEEING BOMBS, VILLAGERS FOUND NO PLACE TO HIDE - 13 February 2002

Carlotta Gall - The New York Times : OCTOBER STRIKE ON TALIBAN HIT CIVILIANS, SURVIVORS SAY - 13 February 2002

Jason Bennetto and Ian Burrell - The Independent: ALGERIAN PILOT ACCUSED OF TRAINING HIGHJACKERS IF FREED ON BAIL - 13 February 2002

Terri Judd - The Independent: F.B.I. FAILED TO GIVE EVIDENCE AGAINST 'TERROR INSTRUCTOR' - 13 February 2002

Audrey Gillan: A SUSPECT SITS IN JAIL WHILE THEY WORK OUT WHY HE'S THERE - 13 February 2002

Brad Knickerbocker - The Christian Science Monitor: RETURN OF THE 'MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX'? - 13 February 2002

Neue Zürcher Zeitung: DEUTLICHE KRITIK BERLINS AN DEN USA - WARNUNG FISCHERS VOR EINENM KRIEK GEGEN DEN IRAK - FISCHERS WARNS THE U.S. AGAINST A WAR WITH IRAQ - 13. Februar 2002

Ian Traynor - The Guardian: AFGHANS ARE STILL DYING AS AIR STRIKES GO ON. BUT NO ONE IS COUNTING - HOW MANY INNOCENT PEOPLE ARE DYING? - 12 February 2002

Doug Struck The Washington Post: MEN HIT IN U.S. MISSILE STRIKE WERE SCAVENGERS - RELATIVES SAY AFGHANS WERE AT AL QAIDA SITE FOR SCRAP METAL TO SELL - 12 February 2002

Ian Traynor and Julian Borger - The Guardian: STORM OVER AFGHAN CIVILIAN VICTIMS - 12 February 2002

George Monbiot - The Guardian: AMERICA'S IMPERIAL WAR - 12 February 2002

AFP - The Times of India: BAGHDAD URGES EUROPE TO OPPOSE U.S.-ZIONIST PLOT AGAINST IRAQ - 12 February 2002

Justin Huggler: - The Independent: IRANIANS MARK REVOLUTION WITH BIGGEST ANTI-U.S. RALLY IN YEARS - 12 February 2002

Reuters: HOLBROOKE SEES U.S. ATTEMPT TO TOPPLE SADDAM - 12 February 2002

Der Spiegel: BUSH ERNEUERT DROHUNG GEGEN IRAN, IRAK UND NORDKOREA - THE BURNING BUSH RENEWS HIS THREATS AGAINST IRAN, IEAQ AND NORTH KOREA. - 12. Februar 2002

Carlotta Gall - The New York Times : RELEASED AFGHANS TELL OF BEATINGS - 'WE WERE MADE TO LIE FACE DOWN ON A HANGAR FLOOR AND FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT WE WERE SUBJECTED TO VIOLENT BLOWS AND KICKING AS THE U.S. SOLDIERS WERE WALKING ON OUR BACKS" - THIS IS HOW THE COWARDLY U.S. SPECIAL FORCES, THE DREGS OF THE HUMAN RACE, TREAT FOREIGN CIVILIANS AND MILITARY. THIS IS WHY THE U.S. CONGRESS DOES NOT RECOGNIZE THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL IN THE HAGUE. THE U.S. COMMANDERS AND THEIR ABJECT UNDERLINGS ARE WAR CRIMINALS, WHO WILL SOONER OR LATER, KEEP COMPANY TO MILOSEVIC IN THE HAGUE. - 11 February 2002

Molly Moore - The International Herald Tribune: FREED VILLAGERS DESCRIBE ASSAULT BY G.I.'S - HOW DO YOU EXPECT BARBARIANS TO BEHAVE? SINCE THE BURNING BUSH DOES NOT RECOGNIZE ANY INTERNATIONAL TREATY, WHY WOULD THESE SIMPLETONS, THESE REJECTS OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY, WHO COULD NOT HOLD A STEADY JOB AT TACO BELL, BEHAVE DIFFERENTLY? - 11 February 2002

Neil MacFarquhar - The New York Times : CHANTS OF 'DEATH TO AMERICA!' MARK MARCH BY MILLIONS IN IRAN - THE IRANIAN ISLAMIC REVOLUTION IS BACK IN BUSINESS COURTESY OF OUR SINGLE-DIGIT IQ PRESIDENT AND HIS SUPERB TEAM OF FANATIC WARMONGERS. THE BURNING BUSH SHOULD BE NOMINATED FOR THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR SUCCESSFULLY CLONING CHENEY AND WOLFENSOHN TO PRODUCE AN ENTIRE HERD OF SANGUINARY VELOCIRAPTORS. - 11 February 2002

Neue Zürcher Zeitung: PUTIN WARNUNG AN DIE USA VOR EINEM ALLEINGANG GEGEN IRAQ - PUTIN WARNS THE BURNING BUSH THAT NO COUNTRY, EXCEPT ISRAEL, WILL SUPPORT AN U.S. ATTACK ON IRAQ. - 11. Februar 2002

Brian Whitaker: IRAN SAYS DEFENCE, U.S. SAYS AGGRESSION - 11 February 2002

Reuters: U.S. UNSURE OF MISSILE ATTACK'S VICTIMS - 11 February 2002

AFP - The Times of India : U.S. PLANNING CAMPAIGN AGAINST IRAQ - PROUD TO BE A WARMONGERING AMERICAN! THE VELOCIRAPTORS IN WASHINGTON, D.C., WORK OVERTIME THESE DAYS. THEY ARE TRUELY EARNING THEIR SALARIES. - 10 February 2002

AFP - The Times of India : IRAN MAY TARGET GULF OIL RESERVES IF ATTACKED - 10 February 2002

Der Spiegel: STILLE LEIDEN IN DER HÖLLE VON SHEBARGHAN - IN THE 'HELL OF SHEBARGHAN' 1,000 TALIBAN PRISONERS OF WAR SHARE 8 TO 10 TOILETS. THE BARBARIAN CONDITIONS ARE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE CIVILISATION LEVEL OF THE WASHINGTON WAR CRIMINALS. - 11. Februar 2002

Andrew Buncombe and Patrick Cockburn: - The Independent: U.S. TURNS AWAY AS PRISONERS FACE DEATH - 'A QUIET ATROCITY'. THE PENTAGON HAS WASHED ITS HANDS OF SHEBARGHAN JAIL, WHICH IT HELPED OPERATE AND WHERE IT INTERROGATED MANY OF ITS PRISONERS. - 10 February 2002

Richard Waddington - The Mirror : RED CROSS: THEY ARE ALL PRISONERS OF WAR AT CAMP X-RAY - 10 February 2002

Der Spiegel: DIE TÖDLICHE JAGD DER CIA AUF GROSSE MÄNNER - BAD NEWS FOR TALL PEOPLE: IF YOU ARE OVER 6'2" TALL, THE CIA DRONES ARE PROGRAMMED TO FIRE 'HELLFIRE' MISSILES AT YOU. - 10. Februar 2002

Kamal Ahmed: U.K. TELLS WHITE HOUSE TO REIN IN THE HAWKS - 10 February 2002

Barry Bearak - The New York Times : UNCERTAIN TOLL IN THE FOG OF WAR: CIVILIAN DEATHS IN AFGHANISTAN - 10 February 2002

Peter Beaumont and Ed Vulliamy: ARMED TO THE TEETH - "STAND BACK! MY DOG WILL BITE!" IS THE NEW MOTTO AND THE DEFINING CREDO OF THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION'S FOREIGN POLICY. - 10 February 2002

Sunder Katwala: IS AMERICA TOO POWERFUL FOR ITS OWN GOOD? - 10 February 2002

Reuters: RED CROSS DISAGREES WITH U.S. OVER PRISONERS - 9 February 2002

Jonathan Freedland: PATTEN LAYS INTO BUSH'S AMERICA - THE EUROPEAN COMMISSIONER IN CHARGE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS EXPRESSES EUROPE'S FURY AT BUSH'S 'AXIS OF EVIL' SPEECH, ACCUSING BUSH OF A DANGEROUSLY "ABSOLUTIST AND SIMPLISTIC" STANCE TOWARDS THE REST OF THE WORLD. - 9 February 2002

Jonathan Freedland: BREAKING THE SILENCE - INTERVIEW WITH CHRIS PATTEN, THE EUROPEAN COMMISSIONER IN CHARGE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. - 9 February 2002

World Opinion Roundup - The Washington Post: THE 'AXIS OF EVIL'= THE BUSH-SHARON AXIS - 8 February 2002

Reuters: RED CROSS INSISTS ALL INMATES ARE PRISONERS OF WAR - "YOU CANNOT SIMPLY DECIDE WHAT APPLIES TO ONE PERSON AND WHAT APPLIES TO ANOTHER. THIS HAS TO GO TO COURT BECAUSE IT IS A LEGAL DECISION NOT A POLITICAL ONE." - 8 February 2002

Andrew Buncombe: - The Independent: BUSH APPLIES GENEVA ACCORDS TO TALIBAN - WRONG AGAIN! ALL PEOPLE CAPTURED IN COMBAT ARE PRISONERS OF WAR. - 8 February 2002

The Mirror : THERE MUST BE JUSTICE FOR ALL AT X-RAY CAMP! - 8 February 2002

Le Monde: DES DOUTES SUBSISTENT SUR L'IDENTITÉ DES DÉTENUS FRANÇAIS EN AFGHANISTAN- THE FRENCH AUTHORITIES COMPLAIN ABOUT THE OBSTACLES ENCOUNTERED IN THEIR EFFORTS TO IDENTIFY THE FRENCH PRISONERS HELD BY THE U.S. THE AMERICAN MILITARY AUTHORITIES ARE AGAIN IN FLAGRANT VIOLATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW. - 8 February 2002

Le Monde: "L'AXE DU MAL": RUSSES ET EUROPÉENS CONTRE BUSH- THE SINGLE DIGIT IQ DODGE CITY PRESIDENT HAS MANAGED TO CREATE AN ANTI-AMERICAN COALITION COMPRISNG RUSSIA, CHINA ND MOST EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. THEY ALL CRITICIZE VEHEMENTLY BUSH'S "AXIS OF EVIL" POLICY. - 8 February 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: MIGHTIEST MILITARY FORCE IN HISTORY LEAVES ALL IN ITS WAKE - THE ECONOMY IS IN SHAMBLES, PENSION FUNDS HAVE LOST OVER 40% OF THEIR VALUE, MILLIONS OF PEOPLE ARE JOBLESS, BUT THE MILITARY - INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX IS GOING TO BURN ABOUT $400 BILLIONS IN THE CURRENT FISCAL YEAR. PRACTISING STATE TERRORISM AROUND THE GLOBE IS AN EXPENSIVE PROPOSITION. - 8 February 2002

Rupert Cornwell and David Usborne - The Independent: U.S. SAYS IT WILL ACT TO OVERTHROW SADAM - WASHINGTON WILL BOMB IRAQ AND IRAN INTO THE STONE AGE. 50 BILLIONS WILL SUFFICE. TO PAY FOR 50,000,000 CIVILIANS, 'COLLATERAL DAMAGE', AT THE GOING 'AFGHAN RATE' OF $1,000 PER VICTIM. - 7 February 2002

Thalif Deen - Asia Times: IRAN, NORTH KOREA CRY FOUL - 7 February 2002

Nathan Guttman - Ha'aretz: IRAN IS TOP WORRY, SHARON TELLS BUSH - WAR IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER... - 7 February 2002

Susan Daley - New York Times Service: FRENCH FOREIGN MINISTER ASSAILS UNILATERAL POLICY - ...AND THIS IS WHAT THE 'ALLIES' HAVE TO SAY. - 7 February 2002

Ann Scott Tyson: BUSH LAYS GROUNDWORK FOR PREEMPTIVE STRIKE AGAINST NATIONS WITH WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION - DO YOU THINK HE HAS ISRAEL ON HIS MIND? THINK AGAIN! - 7 February 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: SENATE COMMITTEE ROASTS C.I.A. CHIEF - SENATOR RICHARD SHELBY: "THESE ATTACKS WERE SO WELL-PLANNED AND SO WELL-EXECUTED. WHY WERE WE TOTALLY UNAWARE OF 11 SEPTEMBER?" - 7 February 2002

Reuters: IRAQ SAYS SANCTIONS KILLED 15,000 CIVILIANS IN DECEMBER 2001 - FAR TOO FEW CIVILIAN VICTIMS FOR THE SANGUINARY BARBARIANS IN WASHINGTOBN, D.C.- 6 February 2002

Associated Press - The Boston Herald: IRAQ REJECTS U.S. ACCUSATIONS, CLAIMING IT HAS DISMANTLED WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION - 6 February 2002

Le Monde: LE FORUM DE PORTO ALEGRE S'EST ACHEVÉ SUR LA CONDAMNATION TOUS AZIMUTS DES ETATS-UNIS - 'THE TERRORIST WAR AGAINST AFGHANISTAN IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING EXTENDED TO OTHER FRONTS. IT IS THE BEGINNING OF A PERMANENT PLANETARY WAR AIMING TO CONSOLIDATE THE WORLD DOMINATION BY THE U.S. AND ITS ALLIES.' (NOT MANY ALLIES LEFT...) - 6 February 2002

Le Monde: LA DETTE DES PAYS PAUVRES DEVANT LE TRIBUNAL DE PORTO ALEGRE - THE EXTERNAL DEBT OF THE POOR COUNTRIES PURSUED IN COURT FOR CANCELLATION. - 6 February 2002

Patrick Cockburn and Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: U.S. ADMITS TROOPS HAVE KILLED CIVILIANS IN RAID - THE LIFE OF AN AFGHAN CIVILIAN IS WORTH $1000. AND YOU WERE WANDERING WHY THE BURNING BUSH NEEDS ANOTHER $50 BILLION. - 6 February 2002

Salman Rushdie: ANTI-AMERICANISM HAS TAKEN THE WORLD BY STORM - 6 February 2002

James Vicini - Reuters: ACCUSED TALIBAN FIGHTER SEEKS RELEASE - 6 February 2002

James Risen - The New York Times: TERROR ACTS BY BAGHDAD HAVE WANED, U.S. AIDES SAY - 6 February 2002

Amos Harel - Ha'aretz: U.S.-ISRAEL JOINT EXERCISE TESTS 'IRAQI SCENARIO' - THE DRESS REHEARSAL WENT WELL. WAR IS ALL WE WANT. - 5 February 2002

Daniel Sobelman - Ha'aretz: IRAN WARNS ISRAEL AGAINST ATTACKING ITS NUCLEAR REACTOR - THE WAR CRIMINALS IN WASHINGTON AND TEL-AVIV PLAN TO ATTACK IRAN'S NUCLEAR REACTOR, USED FOR PRODUCING ELECTRICAL POWER. WE ARE GETTING READY FOR RADIOACTIVE FALLOUT. - 5 February 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: IRAN HITS BACK OVER 'EVIL AXIS' CHARGE - 4 February 2002

The Times of India: ATTACKING US WOULD BE A MISTAKE: IRAN TO U.S. - 4 February 2002

Brian Whitaker - The Guardian: BELEAGUERED IRAQ EXTENDS THE HAND OF FRIENDSHIP - 4 February 2002

Oliver Burkeman - The Guardian: BUSH KEEPS THE SCORE ON AL-QAIDA - "I'M A BASEBALL FAN, I WANT A SCORECARD". IT'S GOOD TO KNOW THE BURNING BUSH TRUSTS HIS OWN IQ LEVEL AS MUCH AS WE DO. HE PLAYS WITH BASEBALL SCORECARDS TO KEEP TRACK OF THE AL-QAIDA LEADERS' CIVIL STATUS (DEAD OR ALIVE). SO FAR, ONLY ONE WAS CONFIRMED DEAD, SO HE IS GOING TO PLAY FOR A LONG TIME. - 4 February 2002

Jonathan Miller and Rob Lemkin - The Observer: INNOCENT MUSLIMS KILLED AS BUSH ALLIES 'CRUSADE' - SHOOTINGS AND TORTURE BY SECURITY FORCES 'ADVISED' BY U.S. SPECIAL FORCES ARE SPREADING FEAR IN THE PHILIPPINES. STATE TERRORISM IS THE BURNING BUSH'S AVOWED GOAL AND HE DOES IT WITH YOUR TAX DOLLARS. - 3 February 2002

Editorial - La Liberation: RUPTURE - "GEORGE BUSH ANNOUNCES WITH RARE BRUTALITY HIS SELF-PROMOTION TO THE POSITION OF SUPREME JUDGE AND POLICEMAN OF THE UNIVERSE." - 3 February 2002

Nathalie Dubois - La Liberation: LE DISCOURS BELIQUEUX DE BUSH ALARME LE MONDE - "GEORGE BUSH'S WARMONGERING SPEECH ALARMS THE WORLD" - 3 February 2002

Marc Semo - La Liberation: L'IVRESSE IMPÉRIALE DE GEORGE W. BUSH - "THE IMPERIAL DRUNKENNESS OF GEORGE W. BUSH", THE SINGLE-DIGIT IQ TEXAN WHO BOUGHT THE ELECTION COURTESY OF ENRON, BILL GATES ET ALIA AND STOLE A FEW THOUSAND VOTES COURTESY OF BROTHER JEB. - 3 February 2002

Pascal Riche - La Liberation: LA LIGNE MUSCLÉE TRIOMPHE À WASHINGTON - "THE HAWKS TRIUMPH IN WASHINGTON" - 3 February 2002

Lorraine Millot - La Liberation: NOUS JOUONS LE RÔLE DE LA FEMME DE MÉNAGE - "WE (EUROPE) PLAY THE ROLE OF THE CLEANING LADY". EUROPE IS PETRIFIED BY THE SHEER STUPIDITY OF THE "HATE OF THE UNION" ADDRESS. - 3 February 2002

ABC Online: U.S. MAINTAINS TOUGH RHETORIC AT SECURITY CONFERENCE - THE MERETRICIOUS U.S. POLITICIANS FINANCED AND CONTROLLED BY ISRAEL ARE IN WARMONGERING MOOD. THIS IS THE BEST TEAM AIPAC MONEY CAN BUY. - 3 February 2002

Severin Carrell - The Independent: BRITON FOUND WITH TALIBAN IS IDENTIFIED - 3 February 2002

Severin Carrell - The Independent: HE WAS DUPED, SAYS FATHER OF BRITISH CAPTIVE IN CUBA - 3 February 2002

David Hirst - The Guardian: ISRAEL THRUSTS IRAN IN LINE OF U.S. FIRE - 2 February 2002

Deborah Zabarenko - Reuters: U.S. URGES WAR ON POVERTY TO FIGHT TERRORISM - 1 February 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: U.S. IDENTIFIES EXTREMISTS IN PHILIPPINES AS NEXT TARGET - 1 February 2002

Leader - The Guardian: GEORGE BUSH'S DELUSION - 31 January 2002

Natasha Walter: TO BE ANTI-BUSH IS NOT ANTI-AMERICAN - "THERE IS NO HEROISM IN BOMBING INNOCENT VICTIMS" - 30 January 2002

Sarah Left - The Guardian: TERROR TARGETS CONDEMN BUSH'S SPEECH - IRAN'S SUPREME LEADER SAID HE WAS HONORED TO BE SINGLED OUT BY "THE MOST HATED SATAN IN THE WORLD". - 31 January 2002

Roland Watson and Richard Beeston - The Times: RIYADH WANTS ITS CITIZENS RETURNED - 30 January 2002

The Times: KANDAHAR HOSPITAL GUNMEN BURIED - 30 January 2002

Julian Borger: HATE OF THE UNION - 30 January 2002

Natasha Walter: TO BE ANTI-BUSH IS NOT ANTI-AMERICAN - "THERE IS NO HEROISM IN BOMBING INNOCENT VICTIMS" - 30 January 2002

John Ward Anderson - Washington Post: IRAN, IRAQ AND NORTH KOREA REJECT BUSH CHARGES - 30 January 2002

Andy Lines - The Mirror : U-TURN ON CAMP X-RAY AS U.S. PAPER SLAMS BUSH - 30 January 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: U.S. SOFTENS LINE ON STATUS OF DETAINEES - 30 January 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: WAR ON TERROR HAS JUST BEGUN, DECLARES BUSH - 30 January 2002

Ian Burrell - The Independent: AID WORKER KNOWN AS 'TARTAN TALIBAN' IS RELEASED WITHOUT CHARGE - 31 January 2002

Patrick Cockburn, The Independent: BLOODY END TO AL-QA'IDA'S LAST STAND IN KANDAHAR - THE U.S. SPECIAL FORCES, A BUNCH OF WELL-FED FUNCTIONAL ILLITERATES WEARING NEW YORK YANKEES BASEBALL CAPS, HAVE STORMED A HOSPITAL WARD WHERE SIX CRITICALLY INJURED AL-QA'IDA FIGHTERS WHO HAD RECEIVED NO FOOD, WATER OR MEDICAL ATTENTION FOR SIX WEEKS WERE BARRICADED. ONE OF THEM HAD LOST A LEG, SOME OF THE OTHERS HAD BEEN SHOT IN THE STOMACH. THEY WERE ARMED WITH ONE PISTOL AND SEVERAL HANDGRENADES, BUT KEPT THE ATTACKERS AT BAY FOR OVER NINE HOURS, FIGHTING TO THE LAST, THEY WERE EVENTUALLY BUTCHERED WITH GRENADES AND MACHINE GUN FIRE. ANOTHER EGREGIOUS CRIME COMMiTTED IN OUR NAME AND WITH OUR TAX MONEY> - 29 January 2002

The Guardian: BLOODY RAID ENDS TWO-MONTH HOSPITAL SIEGE - STEVE BELL'S CARTOON - 29 January 2002

Andrew Buncombe, The Independent: U.S. HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR CONDITIONS IN AFGHAN JAIL - THOUSANDS OF AFGHAN PRISONERS OF WAR ARE SYSTEMATICALLY EXTERMINATED IN THE PRISONS SET UP AND CONTROLLED BY THE U.S.. ACCORDING TO THE OFFICER IN CHARGE, "MANY, MANY, MANY PRISONERS HAVE ALREADY DIED." ONLY THOSE OF US WHO HAVE SPENT YEARS IN THE COMMUNIST GULAG KNOW WHAT IT MEANS TO KEEP 110 PRISONERS IN A CELL DESIGNED FOR 15. MOST AMERICANS WANT REVENGE, ACCORDING TO THE TALMUDIC LAW OF THE TALLION AND REJOICE IN THE SLOW AND TANTALIZING DEATH OF THOUSANDS OF AFGHAN PEASANTS WHO HAD THE MISFORTUNE OF BEING CONSCRIPTED IN THE TALEBAN ARMY. WAR ATROCITIES ABOUND IN THIS WAR AGAINST ALL MORAL VALUES THAT ARE THE FOUNDATION OF THE WESTERN CIVILISATION. - 29 January 2002

Peter Popham, The Independent: PAKISTANI GROUP HOLDING U.S. JOURNALIST DEMANDS RETURN OF CAPTIVES FROM CUBA - 29 January 2002

Katharine Q. Seelye and David E. Sanger - The New York Times: BUSH RECONSIDERS STANDING ON TREATING CAPTIVES OF WAR - 29 January 2002

The Mirror : IF IT'S WAR, TREAT THEM AS PRISONERS OF WAR - 29 January 2002

Gulf News : SAUDI IN TOUCH WITH U.S. OVER CUBA DETAINEES - 29 January 2002

Reuters: U.S. FORCES STORM SIEGE HOSPITAL - AN ATROCIOUS WAR CRIME - 28 January 2002

Rory McCarthy: U.S. ACCUSED OF KILLING ANTI-TALIBAN LEADERS - ANOTHER EGREGIOUS WAR CRIME PERPETRATED IN OUR NAME: 15 AFGHAN PRO-GOVERNMENT MILITARY (SOME OF THEM WITH THEIR HANDS TIED BEHIND THEIR BACKS) WERE MURDERED IN COLD BLOOD BY THE U.S. SPECIAL FORCES. - 28 January 2002

Suan Goldenberg: LONG AFTER THE AIR RAIDS, BOMBLETS BRING MORE DEATH - THE USE OF CLUSTER BOMBS IS PROHIBITED BY THE SAME INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION THAT PROHIBITS THE USE OF LAND MINES. THE U.S. IS NOT A SIGNATORY TO THE LAND MINES OR MOST OTHER INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS, INCLUDING THE CONVENTION ON TERRORISM. KILLING UNSUSPECTING CHILDREN IN AFGHANISTAN, IRAQ AND OTHER COUNTRIES IS AN AMERICAN SPECIALTY THAT COULD CERTAINLY HELP A RECESSIONARY ECONOMY (ASK GREENSPAN ABOUT THE REBOUND OF CLUSTER BOMB MANUFACTURING AND OTHER RELATED INDUSTRIES). - 28 January 2002

David E. Sanger - International Herald Tribune: AN AVERSION TO APPLYING OLD TREATIES IN A NEW ERA - OR IS IT JUST CRASS IGNORANCE AND A FUNDAMENTAL INABILITY TO UNDERSTAND WHAT THOUSANDS OF YEARS OF EUROPEAN CIVILISATION HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE CONCEPT OF HUMAN RIGHTS? - 28 January 2002

Reuters: FAMILY CALLS FOR RETURN OF CUBA DETAINEES - 28 January 2002

Daily Mail: FAMILY: TERROR SUSPECT IS INNOCENT - 28 January 2002

Gwen Robinson - Financial Times: RUMSFELD DEFIANT OVER DETAINEES IN CUBA - ALL WAR CRIMINALS ARE DEFIANT. REMEMBER MILOSEVIC BEFORE HIS ONE-WAY TRIP TO THE HAGUE? THEY KNOW THEY WILL NOT SPEND THE REST OF THEIR LIVES IN OPEN-AIR CAGES. - 27 January 2002

Bob Drogin and Janet Hook - Los Angeles Times: POWELL IN RIFT OVER STATUS OF DETAINEES - 27 January 2002

Ed Vulliamy - The Observer: POWELL URGES P.O.W. STATUS FOR AL-QAEDA CAPTIVES - 27 January 2002

John Mintz - Washington Post: LEGAL DOUBTS WITH DETAINEES - 27 January 2002

Katharine Q. Seelye - The New York Times: POWELL ASKS BUSH TO REVERSE STAND ON WAR CAPTIVES - 27 January 2002

The Guardian: U.S. COMMANDER DEFENDS WAR TACTICS - ANOTHER EGREGIOUS WAR CRIME: 15 AFGHAN PRO-GOVERNMENT MILITARY (SOME OF THEM WITH THEIR HANDS TIED BEHIND THEIR BACKS) WERE MURDERED IN COLD BLOOD BY THE U.S. SPECIAL FORCES. - 27 January 2002

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: CAMP X-RAY DETAINEES MAY BE TRIED AT HOME - THIS ARTICLE SPEAKS VOLUMES ABOUT THE PRIMITIVISM OF THE U.S. CONGRESSMEN, WHO HAVE NO CONCEPT OF HUMANE TREATMENT OF FOREIGN PRISONERS OF WAR. THEY ARE CLEARLY INVITING OTHER COUNTRIES TO KEEP THE U.S. PRISONERS IN CAGES AND SUBJECT THEM TO DEGRADING AND HUMILIATING TREATMENT. - 27 January 2002

The Guardian: U.S. DETAINEES IN THE GUANTANAMO CAGES ARE SAID TO BE PLOTTING - ORWELL WOULD HAVE BEEN PROUD OF THIS ONE AND SO WOULD LAVRENTI BERIA: 'THE GUANTANAMO MILITARY GUARDS SAY THEY HAVE NOTICED A COMMAND STRUCTURE EMERGING AMONG THE PRISONERS. THE LEADERS SEEM TO SURFACE, YOU GUESSED IT, DURING PRAYER SESSIONS.' THEY ARE CLEARLY PLOTTING TO DESTROY THE WHITE HOUSE AND THE MILITARY TRIBUNALS WILL CHARGE THEM WITH CONSPIRACY IN DUE TIME. - 27 January 2002

Paul Rogers - The Observer: IF IT'S GOOD FOR AMERICA, IT'S GOOD FOR THE WORLD - 'HOPES OF A NEW U.S. MULTILATERALISM HAVE BEEN DASHED.' - 27 January 2002

Geoffrey Wheatcroft - The Observer: MCCARTHYISM STILL STALKS THE LAND - RECENT EVENTS IN BOTH AMERICA AND BRITAIN HAVE BEEN REMINISCENT OF AN EARLIER, UGLIER ERA. - 27 January 2002

Andrew Johnson - The Independent: AL-QAI'DA 'HARDCORE' ARE BOYS FROM TIPTON - 27 January 2002

Paul Kelbie - The Independent: DETECTIVES QUESTION THE 'TARTAN TALIBAN' - 27 January 2002

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: I AM DISTURBED BY ALL THIS HOSTILITY TO AMERICA- 'FOR EUROPE, THE MORAL HIGH GROUND MATTERS MOST. BY SETTING UP CAMP X-RAY, AMERICA AND THE WESTERN CIVILISATION IT PURPORTS TO REPRESENT ARE SINKING TO THE LEVEL OF THE TERRORISTS.' - 27 January 2002

Michael Binyon - The Times: RUSSIA WARNS OFF U.S. NOT TO ATTACK IRAQ - 26 January 2002

Gwen Robinson - Financial Times: JOHN WALKER, A CALIFORNIAN DREAMER - 27 January 2002

Rowan Scarborough - Washington Times: POWELL URGES POW STATUS - 26 January 2002

El Mundo: POWELL SOLICITÓ A BUSH QUE LOS DETENIDOS DE GUANTÁNAMO FUERAN DECLARADOS PRISONEROS DE GUERRA - 26 January 2002

Nicole Winfield - The Independent: RELIGIOUS LEADERS DECRY USE OF RELIGION TO JUSTIFY VIOLENCE - 25 January 2002

Mark Coleman - The Mirror: VIETNAM WAR HERO CONDEMNS CAMP X-RAY - - 25 January 2002

Matthew Engel and Richard Norton-Taylor: U.S. TO IMPROVE CONDITIONS AT GUANTANAMO AFTER INTERNATIONAL OUTCRY - 25 January 2002

Richard Norton-Taylor - The Guardian: JACK STRAW SAYS BRITISH CAPTIVES IN CUBA SHOULD BE BROUGHT HOME - 25 January 2002

Nigel Morris: DEATH PENALTY A POSSIBILITY FOR BRITISH INMATES HELD ON CUBA - 24 January 2002

Sarah Left: BUSH'S OFFENSIVE BUDGET - 24 January 2002

Matthew Engel and Richard Norton-Taylor: GUANTANAMO FLIGHTS HALTED AS CAGES FILL UP - 24 January 2002

Mark Dowdney, Oonagh Blackman and Gary Jones : CAMP X-RAY ROW: SHUT IT YOU BRITS - THE NEGATIVE AMERICAN REACTION TO THE WIDESPREAD EUROPEAN CRITICISM OF THE BARBARIC TREATMENT OF AFGHAN PRISONERS DEMONSTRATES THEIR CRASS CONTEMPT FOR CIVILISATION, FOR BASIC CHRISTIAN VALUES AND THEIR FUNDAMENTAL INABILITY TO UNDERSTAND THE BASIC PRICIPLES OF JUSTICE, INTERNATIONAL LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS. - 24 January 2002

Terry White: JUSTICE OR REVENGE? - AS A HOSTAGE IN BEIRUT, TERRY WHITE WAS CHAINED TO A WALL, BEATEN AND DENIED ALL HUMAN RIGHTS: "I CAN RECOGNIZE THE CONDITIONS THE PRISONERS ARE BEING KEPT IN AT THE U.S. CAMP AT GUANTANAMO BAY BECAUSE I HAVE BEEN THERE." - 23 January 2002

Andrew Buncombe: PROTESTERS CHALLENGE TREATMENT OF CAPTIVES IN COURT - 23 January 2002

El Mundo: PRISONIEROS DE AL QAEDA - DERECHOS HUMANOS - 23 January 2002

Robert Fisk: CONGRATULATIONS, AMERICA. YOU HAVE MADE BIN LADEN A HAPPY MAN - 'WE ARE TURNING OURSELVES INTO THE KIND OF DECEITFUL, RUTHLESS PEOPLE WHOM BIN LADEN IMAGINES US TO BE.' - 22 January 2002

The Independent Editorial: IT IS SHAMEFUL FOR BRITAIN TO SUPPORT THE DEGRADATION OF THESE TERRORIST SUSPECTS - 22 January 2002

Donald Macintyre: WHY MR. BLAIR MUST MAKE AN URGENT CALL TO MR. BUSH - 22 January 2002

Le Monde: LES ETATS-UNIS ACCUSÉS DE VIOLER LE DROIT DE LA GUERRE - 22 Janvier 2002

Le Monde: Éditorial: DÉTENUS IRRÉGULIERS - 22 Janvier 2002

Kevin Lynch : GERMANY: TREAT CAPTIVES HUMANELY - - 22 January 2002

Stephen Moyes : CAMP X-RAY CLOTHES TEST: ONE HOUR IN HELL - - 22 January 2002

Hannah Cowdy : AMERICA IS BLINDED ON HUMAN RIGHTS - - 22 January 2002

Reuters: GERMANY CRITICIZES U.S. OVER PRISONERS' TREATMENT - 22 January 2002

Hannah Cowdy : AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL SEEKS ACCESS TO CUBA CAPTIVES - 22 January 2002

The Mirror Editorial: STOP THIS BRUTALITY IN OUR NAME, MISTER BLAIR - 'MR. BUSH IS CLOSE TO ACHIEVING THE IMPOSSIBLE - LOSING THE SYMPATHY OF THE CIVILISED WORLD...THE BARBARIC TREATMENT OF THE PRISONERS IN CUBA IS NO MORE THAN A SICK ATTEMPT TO APPEAL TO THE WORST RED-NECK PREJUDICES.' - 22 January 2002

Financial Times - Gwen Robinson: PRESSURE BUILDS ON U.S. OVER AFGHANS IN CUBA - 22 January 2002

Der Spiegel: SOLANA GREIFT DIE U.S. REGIERUNG AN - THE EUROPEAN UNION FOREIGN POLICY CHIEF REPRESENTATIVE XAVIER SOLANA DEMANDED THE RECOGNITION OF PRISONER OF WAR STATUS FOR ALL AL-QAIDA AND TALEBAN PRISONERS HELD BY U.S.. - 22 januar 2002

Antonella Notari, delegate of the International Committee of the Red Cross: HOW A VISIT TO A POW CAMP CAN SAVE LIVES - 22 January 2002

Andrew Buncombe, Andrew Grice and Nigel Morris: RED CROSS: U.S. BROKE GENEVA CONVENTIONS - 22 January 2002

Marc Weller, Lecturer in International Law at the Centre for International Studies, Cambridge University: AL-QAEDA IS ENTITLED TO P.O.W. STATUS - 'AL-QAEDA MEMBERS CAPTURED WHILE FIGHTING WITHIN THE MILITARY STRUCTURE OF AFGHANISTAN ARE PRISONERS OF WAR. PRISONERS ARE ENTITLED NOT TO BE PUNISHED FOR HAVING TAKEN PART IN THE HOSTILITIES. THE GENEVA CONVENTION RULES THAT ON NO ACCOUNT MUST THEY BE INTIMIDATED, HUMILIATED OR MISTREATED.' - 21 January 2002

El Mundo: HORROR EN EL CAMPAMENTO RAYOS X - 21 de Enero de 2002

Ben Russell: BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY JACK STRAW JOINS ROW OVER 'TORTURE' PHOTOGRAPHS - 21 January 2002

Der Spiegel: AUF DIE KNIE FÜR DIE ZIVILISATION? - 21 Januar 2002

El Mundo: CRITICAS A LA PRIVACION SENSORIAL - 21 de Enero de 2002

David Charter and Sam Lister: CAMP X-RAY THREATENS TO SPLIT ALLIES - 21 January 2002

Michael Evans and Helen Studd: BRITON HELD IN CUBA IS QUESTIONED BY MI5 - 21 January 2002

Paul Peachey: FORMER COLLEGE STUDENT AMONG BRITONS HELD AT U.S. BASE - 21 January 2002

Adam Roberts: EVEN OUR ENEMIES HAVE RIGHTS. BRITAIN MUST STAND UP FOR THEM - "U.S. TREATMENT OF THE GUANTANAMO BAY PRISONERS DEFIES INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS." - 20 January 2002

Colin Brown: BRITISH MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT WANT CAPTIVES FLOWN TO U.K. - 20 January 2002

Kamal Ahmed and Peter Beaumont: BLAIR'S WARNING ON PRISONERS - 20 January 2002

Martin Bright, Jason Burke and Burhan Wazir: U.K. TERROR DETENTIONS 'BARBARIC' - "BRITISH MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT ATTACK 'CONCRETE COFFINS' IN PRISON." - 20 January 2002

Nick Mead: ARCHBISHOP LAMBASTS AFGHAN CAMPAIGN - 20 January 2002

Mary Robinson, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights: DENYING CAPTIVES RIGHTS WILL RETURN TO HAUNT US - "THE ARMED CONFLICT IN AFGHANISTAN IS OF AN INTERNATIONAL NATURE AND THE LAW OF INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT APPLIES. THAT MEANS THE GENEVA CONVENTIONS." - 19 January 2002

Matthew Parris: SATAN DOES NOT WEAR SWEATY SOCKS - 19 January 2002

Jason Benetto, Nigel Morris and Ben Russell: ROW OVER MI5 MISSION TO CUBA PRISON - 19 January 2002

Robert Verkaik: AMERICAN ACTION IS UNLAWFUL, SAY LEGAL EXPERTS - 18 January 2002

The Independent Editorial: EVEN SUSPECTED TERRORISTS ARE ENTITLED TO HUMANE TREATMENT AND A FAIR TRIAL - 18 January 2002

Le Monde: SIX DÉTENUS ARABES ONT ÉTÉ LIVRÉS AUX AMÉRICAINS PAR LA POLICE DE BOSNIE - 18 Janvier 2002

Simon Jeffery: THE GENEVA CONVENTION - IT IS PURE FANTASY TO CLAIM THAT AL-QAIDA AND TALEBAN PRISONERS ARE NOT "PRISONERS OF WAR" UNDER THE GENEVA CONVENTION." - 17 January 2002

Pierre Hazan: UNE CONVENTION QUI PROTÈGE LES PRISONNIERS DE GUERRE - 17 Janvier 2002

REUTERS: THIRD GROUP OF PRISONERS ARRIVES IN GUANTANAMO - 17 January 2002

Daniel McGrory and Katty Kay: ENVOYS SEEK ACCESS TO 'TALEBAN' SCOT - 17 January 2002

The Washington Post Editorial: FOLLOW THE GENEVA CONVENTION - 17 January 2002

Pierre Hazan: QUELLE JUSTICE POUR AL-QAEDA? - 16 Janvier 2002

David Usborne: WAR ON TERROR IS 'LEADING TO CIVIL RIGHTS ABUSES' - 16 January 2002

Jaen Baudrillard: "DAS IST DER VIERTER WELTKRIEG" - 16 January 2002

Jason Benedetto and Andrew Buncombe: BRITISH FOREIGN MINISTER JACK STRAW WARNS U.S. ABOUT TREATMENT OF BRITONS IN CUBA. - 16 January 2002

Libèration: PRISONNIERS AFGHANS ET EUROPÉENS - 15 Janvier 2002

Tom Baldwin, Melissa Kite and Roland Watson: BRITISH FOREIGN MINISTER JACK STRAW PROTESTS TO THE U.S. ABOUT THE TREATMENT OF AL-QUAEDA PRISONERS - 15 January 2002

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown: THE UNITED STATES IS LOSING THE RIGHT TO LEAD THE FREE WORLD - "HUMAN RIGHTS ARE EASILY CRUSHED UNLESS WE ARE PREPARED TO ENSURE THEM FOR THE PEOPLE WE HATE." - 14 January 2002

Kim Sengupta: AMERICAN FORCES 'MAY BE BREAKING POW CONVENTION' - THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS (ICRC) SAID YESTERDAY THAT THOSE BEING HELD BY AMERICAN FORCES MUST BE COUNTED AS PRISONERS OF WAR UNDER THE GENEVA CONVENTION AND WERE, THEREFORE, ENTITLED TO FULL PROTECTION OFFERED BY IT. - 14 January 2002

The Independent Editorial: LEGAL DOUBLE-STANDARDS ARE NOT THE WAY TO WIN A WAR AGAINST TERRORISM - 14 January 2002

Peter Beaumont: THE TREATMENT OF AL-QAEDA AND TALIBAN PRISONERS BY THE UNITED STATES OFFENDS A SENSE OF JUSTICE - "THE REALITY OF WHAT IS HAPPENING TO THE PRISONERS OF AFGHANISTAN IS A SCANDAL OF INTERNATIONAL PROPORTIONS. BRUTALISED, OFTEN TORTURED, THESE ARE MEN WHO HAVE BEEN STRIPPED OF THEIR MOST BASIC RIGHTS UNDER INTERNATIONAL AND U.S. LAW." - 13 January 2002

The Independent Editorial: SPARE US WILD WEST "JUSTICE" - 13 January 2002

Rupert Cornwell, Collin Brown and Severin Carrell: BRITISH IS AMONG CAGED TALIBAN - INTERNATIONAL CRITICISM OF THE TREATMENT OF AFGHAN PRISONERS MOUNTS. - 13 January 2002

Associated Press: PRISONERS OF WAR ARRIVE IN CUBA AMID HUMAN RIGHTS CONCERNS - AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL STATED THAT THE PLAN TO HOUSE THE PRISONERS IN 6 FEET BY 8 FEET "CAGES" WOULD "FALL BELOW MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR HUMANE TREATMENT." - 12 January 2002

Kim Sengupta: RED CROSS ASKS TO SEE 'HOODED AND SHACKLED' U.S. PRISONERS - TAPING A BAG OVER THE HEADS OF AFGHAN PRISONERS VIOLATES THE GENEVA CONVENTION AND THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE. THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS HAS OUTLAWED THIS PRACTICE IN 1978, CALLING IT A FORM OF TORTURE. - 12 January 2002

The Independent Editorial: MR. BUSH IS UNWISE IF HE USES A JUDICIAL SHORT-CUT TO CONVICT ALLEGED TERRORISTS - "IT CANNOT BE RIGHT FOR THE U.S., WAGING "WAR" ON TERRORISM IN THE NAME OF THE CIVILISED VALUES, TO COMPROMISE THOSE VALUES IN THE PROCESS." - 11 January 2002

Andrew Buncombe and Kim Sengupta: AL-QA'IDA CAPTIVES SEDATED FOR TRIP TO U.S. CUBAN BASE - THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS HAS POINTED OUT THAT THERE IS NO EXTRADITION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE U.S. AND AFGHANISTAN AND THEREFORE THE TRANSFERS ARE ILLEGAL. - 11 January 2002

Patrick Jareau: ENCHAÎNÉS, CAGOULÉS ET SOUS TRANQUILLISANTS, LES PREMIERS PRISONNIERS AFGHANS ARRIVENT À CUBA - 11 Janvier 2002

L'editorial du Monde: LE DROIT ET LES TERRORISTES - 10 Janvier 2002

Claire Tréan: L'IMPRÉCISION DU STATUT DES DÉTENUS, PRÉSUMÉS TERRORISTES MAIS PAS PRISONNIERS DE GUERRE - 10 Janvier 2002

Corriere della Sera: U.S. MILITARY DEMANDS THE ARREST AND SURRENDER OF A 14 YEARS OLD AFGHAN GIRL - THIS IS AN EGREGIOUS VIOLATION OF THE GENEVA CONVENTION WHICH SPECIFICALLY PROHIBITS THE INTERNMENT OF MINORS. - 08 January 2002

Rory Carroll: BLOODY EVIDENCE OF US 'BLUNDER' - 07 January 2002

The Observer Editorial: U.S. 'JUSTICE' WOULD BE AN INJUSTICE - 06 January 2002

Terry Jones: SPARE OUR BLUSHES AND PUT A SACK ON IT - TAPING A BAG OVER THE HEADS OF AFGHAN PRISONERS VIOLATES THE GENEVA CONVENTION AND THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE. THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS HAS OUTLAWED THIS PRACTICE IN 1978, CALLING IT A FORM OF TORTURE. - 06 January 2002

Joan Smith: THE BISHOP GOT IT RIGHT: THE BOMBING MUST STOP - 06 January 2002

Bishop of Winchester: THIS TERROR IS A JUDGMENT UPON US - 25 December 2001

Henry McDonald: BIN LADEN'S VICTORY - 06 January 2002

Scott Baldauf: U.S. CLUSTER BOMBS KILL SCORES OF AFGHAN CHILDREN - 4 January 2002

The Guardian: U.S. BOMBERS KILL 100 AFGHAN CIVILIANS - 31 December 2001

Editorial: CAPTIVE INJUSTICE - AMERICA'S WAR PRISONERS HAVE RIGHTS TOO - 29 December 2001

Andrew Buncombe: U.S. MILITARY TRIBUNALS TO ALLOW HEARSAY IN TERRORIST TRIALS - 29 December 2001

Michael Scott-Joynt, Bishop of Winchester: THIS TERROR IS A JUDGMENT UPON US - 28 December 2001

The Guardian: WHEN PEACE BROKE OUT - 24 December 2002

Justin Huggler: AMERICANS COVERED UP MASSACRE OF 280 TALIBAN - 15 December 2001

Der Spiegel: 300 pakistanische Taliban-Unterstützer ermordert? - 15 December 2001

Helen Studd: AMERICAN TALEBAN PRISONER FILMED IN C.I.A. HANDS - PRISONERS WITH THEIR ARMS TIED BEHIND THEIR BACK WERE THREATENED WITH EXECUTION BY THE C.I.A. INTERROGATORS - THESE ARE CRIMINAL VIOLATIONS OF THE GENEVA CONVENTION. - 08 December 2001

Oliver August: U.S. TALEB'S LINK TO DEAD C.I.A. MAN - 07 December 2001

Justin Huggler: SMOKE-BLACKENED AND WOUNDED, THE SURVIVORS OF QALAI JANGHI EMERGE - 03 December 2001

DER SPIEGEL - Oliver August: MASAR-I-SCHARIF - CIA AGENTEN SOLLEN REVOLTE PROVOZIERT HABEN - 03 Dezember 2001

DER SPIEGEL - Rudolf Augstein: GROSSE KNÜPPEL, KLEINE GEISTER - 03 Dezember 2001

Justin Huggler: EIGHTY FOUND ALIVE IN MASSACRE FORTRESS - 02 December 2001

Justin Huggler: UK CONDEMNED FOR REJECTING FORT MASSACRE INQUIRY - 01 December 2001

Justin Huggler: TALIBAN BATTLE ON IN FORTRESS OF DEATH MASS GRAVE - 30 November 2001

Justin Huggler: THE CASTLE OF DEATH - 30 November 2001

Stephen Farrell: RESCUE WORKERS SHOT IN MAZAR-I-SHARIF AFTERMATH - 30 November 2001

Oliver August: C.I.A.'S 'BLUNDER' SPARKED TALEBAN REVOLT THAT BECAME A MASS SUICIDE - AN EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT OF A PREMEDITATED PRISONER MASSACRE - 28 November 2001

Robert Fisk: WE ARE THE WAR CRIMINALS NOW - "EVERYTHING WE HAVE BELIEVED IN SINCE THE SECOND WORLD WAR GOES BY THE BOARD AS WE PURSUE OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE WAR." - 29 November 2001

Justin Huggler: HOW OUR AFGHAN ALLIES APPLIED THE GENEVA CONVENTION - 29 November 2001

Oliver August: DEVIL'S WORK IS EXPOSED IN MASSACRE FORT - 28 November 2001

Justin Huggler: LEGACY OF CIVILIAN CASUALTIES IN RUINS OF SHATTERED TOWN - 27 November 2001

Justin Huggler: KUNDUZ FALLS, AND A BLOODY VENGEANCE IS EXECUTED - 27 November 2001

Ian Cobain: CITY OF CORPSES AFTER VICTOR'S KILLING FRENZY - 27 November 2001

Justin Huggler: HUNDREDS OF AL-QA'IDA PRISONERS KILLED IN RIOT - 26 November 2001

Letter: THE FATE OF FOREIGN TALIBAN FIGHTERS - 26 November 2001

Justin Huggler: FEAR OF BLOODBATH AS EERIE SILENCE FALLS ON KUNDUZ - 24 November 2001

Justin Huggler: CARPET BOMBING KILLS 150 CIVILIANS IN FRONTLINE TOWN - 19 November 2001

Justin Huggler: STRANGE STORIES OF SUICIDES AS 'BIN LADEN'S FOREIGNERS' REFUSE TO SURRENDER - 17 November 2001