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Iraqi Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons: A Deepening Humanitarian Crisis
Rhoda Margesson, Jeremy M. Sharp and Andorra Bruno. Congressional Research Service, updated 15 August 2008 (.pdf file).

Rehabilitation Under Fire: Health Care in Iraq 2003-7
Medact, 16 January 2008 (.pdf file).

Iraq Displacement 2007 Year in Review
International Organization for Migration, 11 January 2008 (.pdf file).

The Real Challenge of Internal Displacement in Iraq: The Future
Elizabeth Ferris. The Brookings Institution, 06 December 2007.

More Government Money For IDPs, Refugees
IRIN, 14 February 2008.

U.N. Says 4 Million Iraqis Hungry Despite Wealth
Tim Cocks. Reuters, 12 February 2008. (see report below)

Humanitarian Briefing on the Crisis in Iraq
UN Assistance Mission in Iraq, 12 February 2008 (.pdf file).

Iraqi Internal Displacement and International Law
Elizabeth Ferris. Brookings Institution, 09 February 2008.

The Iraqi Brain Drain
Michael Schwartz. TomDispatch.com, 10 February 2008.

Desperate Militants Using Women for Attacks, Analyst Says
IRIN, 03 February 2008.

Rights Eroded in Iraq in 2007 with Civilians Targeted: HRW
Agence France-Presse, 31 January 2008. (See report below).

2008 World Report: Events of 2007
Human Rights Watch, 31 January 2008 (.pdf file).

Asylum Program Falls Short For Iraqis Aiding U.S. Forces
Walter Pincus. Washington Post, 22 January 2008.

Iraq's Healthcare Left in Disarray After Invasion
Sarah Boseley. The Guardian, 16 January 2008 (see report below).

Rehabilitation Under Fire: Health Care in Iraq 2003-7
Medact, 16 January 2008 (.pdf file).

Iraq Displacement 2007 Year in Review
International Organization for Migration, 11 January 2008 (.pdf file).

46,000 Refugees Return to Iraq
Aseel Kami. The Independent, UK, 05 January 2008.

Admissions of Iraqi Refugees Lagging
Matthew Lee. The Associated Press, 02 January 2008.

Higher Education and the Future of Iraq
Imad Harb. U.S Institute of Peace, January 2008.

UNICEF: War Has Taken a Toll on Iraq's Children
Jamie Gumbrecht. McClatchy Newspapers, 21 December 2007.

Iraq Children 'Paying High Price'
BBC News, 21 December 2007.

Refugees Risk Coming Home to an Unready Iraq
Cara Buckley. The New York Times, 20 December 2007.

Gays Living in Shadows of New Iraq
Cara Buckley. The New York Times, 18 December 2007.

Make Room for Refugees
Olga Oliker. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 16 December 2007.

Survey: Many Iraqis in Syria Fled During U.S. Troop Buildup
Hannah Allam. McClatchy Newspapers, 14 December 2007. (see survey below)

Second IPSOS Survey on Iraqi Refugees
IPSOS, November 2007. Posted on the McClatchy Newspapers website.

Britain's Breach of Honour Over Iraq Interpreters
Deborah Haunes, Michael Evans and Richard Beeston. The Times, UK, 12 December 2007.

Basra's Murderous Militias Tell Christian Women to Cover Up or Face Death
Ali Hamdani and James Hider. The Times, UK, 08 December 2007.

The Real Challenge of Internal Displacement in Iraq: The Future
Elizabeth Ferris. The Brookings Institution, 06 December 2007.

110,000 Fewer Iraqis Displaced - Red Crescent
Reuters, 05 December 2007.

Iraq Urges Refugees To Stay Put
Amit R. Paley. Washington Post, 05 December 2007.

Iraq Lacks Plan on the Return of Refugees, Military Says
Michael R. Gordon and Stephen Farrell. The New York Times, 30 November 2007.

Processing of Iraqi Refugees Improves, Officials Say
Walter Pincus. Washington Post, 30 November 2007.

Aid Shrinks as Iraq's Internal Refugee Tally Grows
Sam Dagher. The Christian Science Monitor, 30 November 2007.

U.S. to Start Processing Some Iraqi Refugees in Iraq
Reuters, 29 November 2007.

Unwanted in Syria, Hundreds of Iraqi Refugees Return Home
Patrick Cockburn. The Independent, 28 November 2007.

Pressure for Results: The Politics of Tallying the Number of Iraqis Who Return Home
Damien Cave. The New York Times, 26 November 2007.

Returnees Find a Capital Transformed
Sudarsan Raghavan. Washington Post, 23 November 2007.

Iraqi Children Bear The Burden of An Uncalled-For War
Cesar Chelala. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 23 November 2007.

UNHCR Says Time Not Right for Large-Scale Iraq Repatriation
Reuters, 23 November 2007.

Iraqis With Ties to U.S. Cross Border Into Despair
Sudarsan Raghavan. Washington Post, 17 November 2007.

The Next Phase of the Iraq War
Daniel L. Byman. Brookings Institution, 15 November 2007.

Bush's Outrageous Neglect of Iraqi Refugees.
Fred Kaplan. Slate.com, 15 November 2007.

Implications of the Iraqi Refugee Crisis
Jon B. Alterman. Center for Strategic and International Studies, 14 November 2007 (.pdf file).

Thousands of Iraqis Apply to Live in U.S.
Albert Aji. The Associated Press, 14 November 2007.

46,000 Returned to Iraq Last Month
Lauren Frayer. The Associated Press, 07 November 2007.

Iraq : Nearly 2.3 Million Displaced
Lauren Frayer. The Associated Press, 05 November 2007.

Child Prisoners Abused and Tortured, say Activists
IRIN, 25 October 2007.

Awaiting Justice
Amanda Noureddine. Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 18-24 October 2007.

U.N. Report on Iraq Details An 'Ever-Deepening' Crisis
Joshua Partlow and Colum Lynch. Washington Post, 12 October 2007. (See report below).

Human Rights Report 1 April - 30 June 2007
U.N. Assistance Mission for Iraq, 11 October 2007.

Iraqi Provinces Shut Out Internal Refugees
Julian Borger. The Guardian, 11 October 2007.

Iraqi Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons: A Deepening Humanitarian Crisis?
Rhoda Margesson, Jeremy M. Sharp and Andorra Bruno. Congressional Research Service, updated 03 October 2007 (.pdf file).

Millions in Flight: the Iraqi Refugee Crisis
Amnesty International, 24 September 2007.

Crocker Blasts Refugee Process
Spencer S. Hsu and Robin Wright. Washington Post, 17 September 2007.

Statistics on Displaced Iraqis Around the World
UN High Commissioner for Refugees, September 2007 (.pdf file).

Obstacles Keep Iraqi Refugees From U.S.
Sabrina Tavernise and David Rohde. The New York Times, 29 August 2007.

More Iraqis Said to Flee Since Troop Rise
James Glanz and Stephen Farrell. The New York Times, 24 August 2007.

Conflict Jeopardising Children's Physical, Mental Health
IRIN, 17 August 2007.

In Iraq, Another Summer of Power Shortages
Alexandra Zavis. Los Angeles Times, 14 August 2007.

Violence Taking Toll on Pregnant Mothers, Infants
IRIN, 14 August 2007.

Well-Off Fleeing Iraq Find Poverty and Pain in Jordan
Sabrina Tavernise. The New York Times, 10 August 2007.

Interpreters Beg for Asylum as Militants Show Them No Mercy
Deborah Haynes. The Times, UK, 07 August 2007.

Third of Iraqis 'Need Urgent Aid'
BBC News, 30 July 2007. (See report below).

Rising to the Humanitarian Challenge in Iraq
Oxfam, 30 July 2007.

Iraq: One in Seven Joins Human Tide Spilling into Neighbouring Countries
Patrick Cockburn. The Independent, 30 July 2007.

Families in South Displaced as Former Baathists Targeted
IRIN, 30 July 2007.

Jordan Appeals for Help in Dealing With Iraqi Refugees
Dale Gavlak. The Associated Press, 27 July 2007.

U.S. Officials Admit Delays in Issuing Visas to Iraqis
Helene Cooper. The New York Times, 24 July 2007.

Envoy Urges Visas For Iraqis Aiding U.S.
Spencer S. Hsu. Washington Post, 22 July 2007.

Denmark Says It Secretly Flew Iraqi Employees Out of Iraq
Stephen Farrell. The New York Times, 21 July 2007.

Refugee Crisis Could Become Regional Security Threat
Sumedha Senanayake. Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty, 19 July 2007.

Iraqi Refugees in the Syrian Arab Republic: A Field-Based Snapshot
Ashraf al-Khalidi, Sophia Hoffmann and Victor Tanner. The Brookings Institution and the University of Bern, June 2007. Posted on 19 July 2007 (.pdf file).

Iraqi River Carries Grotesque Cargo
BBC News, 17 July 2007.

Harvard's Humanitarian Hawks
Tom Hayden. The Nation, 14 July 2007.

Crushing Iraq's Human Mosaic
Patrick Jackson. BBC News, 13 July 2007.

Only 133 Iraqi Refugees Allowed in U.S. So Far This Year
Agence France-Presse, 09 July 2007. Posted on the Reliefweb website.

Number of IDPs Tops One Million
IRIN, 09 July 2007.

Taking Sides or Saving Lives: Existenial Choices for the Humanitarian Enterprise in Iraq
Greg Hansen. Feinstein International Center, June 2007 (.pdf file).

The Poisoned Chalice: Briefing paper on the Decision of the Iraqi High Tribunal in the Dujail Case
Human Rights Watch, June 2007 (.pdf file).

From a Flood to a Trickle: Neighboring States Stop Iraqis Fleeing War and Persecution
Human Rights Watch, April 2007 (.pdf file).

Iraqi Refugees in Jordan: Cause for Concern in a Pivotal State
Nathan Hodson. Washington Institute for Near East Policy, April 2007. Posted on 05 July 2007.

Iraqi Refugee Challenge
Kristin Cordell. United Press International, 28 June 2007. Posted on the RAND website.

Iraqi Youth Face Lasting Scars of War
Sudarsan Raghavan. Washington Post, 26 June 2007.

A Tragedy of Increasing Proportions: Internal Displacement in Iraq
Walter Kälin. Forced Migration Review Special Issue, 20 June 2006.

Refugee Numbers Up for the First Time in Five Years
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. 19 June 2007.

Iraq's Professionals Flee Death Threats
Steve Negus. Financial Times, 18 June 2007.

Hundreds Go Missing or Get Killed at Checkpoints
IRIN, 06 June 2007.

Cheated of Future, Iraqi Graduates Want to Flee
Damien Cave. The New York Times, 05 June 2007.

The Destruction of Iraqi Healthcare Infrastructure
Adil Shamoo. Foreign Policy in Focus, 31 May 2007.

U.S. to Admit 7,000 Iraq Refugees
The Associated Press, 30 May 2007.

U.S. Opens a Sheltered Path to Asylum for Some Iraqis
James Glanz and Thom Shanker. The New York Times, 25 May 2007.

One-Third of Troops in Iraq Support Torture, Majority Condone Mistreating Innocent Civilians
Winslow Wheeler. AlterNet, 24 May 2007.

Iraqi Women the Worse for War
Kasia Anderson. Truthdig, 18 May 2007.

Riding the Slow Train on Iraqi Refugee Resettlement
Al Kamen. Washington Post, 14 May 2007.

The Flight From Iraq
Nir Rosen. The New York Times, 13 May 2007.

Poverty Drives Children to Work for Armed Groups
IRIN, 10 May 2007.

Drug Abuse Among Children On the Rise
IRIN, 09 May 2007.

Infant Mortality in Iraq Soars as Young Pay the Price for War
Andrew Buncombe. The Independent, 08 May 2007.

U.N. Human-Rights Report Sparks Uproar in Kurdistan
Mohammed Salih. Inter Press Service, 08 May 2007.

Iraq Reimposes Freeze on Medical Diplomas In Bid to Keep Doctors From Fleeing Abroad
Karin Brulliard. Washington Post, 05 May 2007.

Country Reports: Middle East and North Africa Overview
State Department, 30 April 2007.

U.N. Report and Times Data Paint Grim Iraq Picture
Tina Susman. Los Angeles Times, 25 April 2007 (See report below).

Human Rights Report 1 January - 31 March 2007
UN Assistance Mission for Iraq, 25 April 2007 (.pdf file).

Amnesty Condemns Iraq Executions
BBC News, 20 April 2007. (See report below).

Unjust and Unfair: the Death Penalty in Iraq
Amnesty International, 20 April 2007.

Iraq's Hospitals Buckle Under Conflict Pressure
Debora MacKenzie. New Scientist, 18 April 2007.

Hounded by Insurgents, Abandoned by Us
Kirk W. Johnson. The New York Times, 18 April 2007.

Humanitarian Situation in Iraq Worsening: Red Cross
Richard Waddington. Reuters, 11 April 2007. (See report below)

Civilians Without Protection: The Ever-Worsening Humanitarian Crisis in Iraq
International Committee of the Red Cross, 11 April 2007 (.pdf file).

Iraq: A Displacement Crisis
Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre, Norwegian Refugee Council, 30 March 2007 (.pdf file).

Betrayed: The Iraqis Who Trusted America the Most
George Packer. The New Yorker, 26 March 2007.

Iraqi Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons: A Deepening Humanitarian Crisis?
Rhoda Margesson, Jeremy M. Sharp and Andorra Bruno. Congressional Research Service, 23 March 2007 (.pdf file).

Shortage of Safe Water Risks Cholera in Iraq - U.N.
Suleiman al-Khalidi. Reuters, 22 March 2007.

Delivery of Aid Still a Problem Four Years After US Invasion
IRIN, 21 March 2007.

2006 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices - Iraq
U.S. State Department, 06 March 2007.

'Exodus' of Iraq's Ancient Minorities
Patrick Cockburn. The Independent, 26 February 2007.

Violating Iraqi Women
Yifat Susskind. TomPaine.com, 22 February 2007.

Bleak Prognosis on Iraqi Displacement in 2007
International Organization for Migration, 16 February 2007.

U.S. To Take in 7,000 Iraqi Refugees
David Millikin. Agence France-Presse, 14 February 2007.

U.S. Faced with a Mammoth Iraq Refugee Crisis
Warren P. Strobel. McClatchy Newspapers, 07 February 2007.

Children of War: the Generation Traumatised by Violence in Iraq
Michael Howard. The Guardian, 06 February 2007.

Iraqis Fleeing Conflict Flood Over Borders
Alistair Lyon. Reuters, 31 January 2007.

Series on the Provincial Breakdown of Humanitarian Needs
IRIN, 29 January 2007.

Palestinians Under Pressure To Leave Iraq
Joshua Partlow. Washington Post, 25 January 2007.

Shunning Iraq's Refugees
Editorial. Los Angeles Times, 19 January 2007.

College Students Flee a System Under Siege
James Palmer. San Francisco Chronicle, 18 January 2007.

U.N. Launches 30m Iraq Refugees Appeal
Mark Tran. The Guardian, 09 January 2007.

Iraq's Woes Are Adding Major Risks To Childbirth
Nancy Trejos. Washington Post, 04 January 2007.

Few Iraqis Are Gaining U.S. Sanctuary
Sabrina Tavernise and Robert F. Worth. The New York Times, 02 January 2007.

In Iraq, the Losses Americans Don't See
John Tirman. Newsday, 31 December 2006.

Crisis in Housing Adds to Miseries of Iraq Mayhem
Michael Luo. The New York Times, 29 December 2006.

Women Lose Ground in the New Iraq
Nancy Trejos. Washington Post, 16 December 2006.

In Iraq, It's Hard Being a Woman
Dahr Jamail and Ali al-Fadhily. Inter Press Service, 06 December 2006.

Business Becomes a Big Casualty
Dahr Jamail and Ali al-Fadhily. Inter Press Service, 30 November 2006.

Slaughter in Iraq Soon Seems to be Part of Normal Life
Patrick Cockburn. The Independent, 28 November 2006.

Iraq's Deadliest Zone: Schools
Abdul Sattar Jawad. Washington Post, 27 November 2006.

Medical System Becomes Sickening
Dahr Jamail and Ali Al-Fadhily. Inter Press Service, 23 November 2006.

UN Human Rights Report 01 September - 31 October 2006
UN Assistance Mission for Iraq, 22 November 2006 (.pdf file).

Iraq's Education Under Siege
Dahr Jamail and Ali al-Fadhily. Asia Times, 21 November 2006.

Decrepit Healthcare Adds to Toll in Iraq
Louise Roug. Los Angeles Times, 11 November 2006.

Country's Healthcare System Rapidly Deteriorating
IRIN, 07 November 2006.

Surviving Life in a Baghdad ER
Alexandra Fouche. BBC News, 24 October 2006.

The Exodus: 1.6m Iraqis Have Fled their Country Since the War
Patrick Cockburn. The Independent, 23 October 2006.

Medics Beg For Help As Iraqis Die Needlessly
Jeremy Laurance. The Independent, UK, 20 October 2006. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.

Unemployment and Violence Increase Poverty
IRIN, 17 October 2006.

More Than 300,000 Iraqis have Fled
The Associated Press, 10 October 2006. Posted on TheState.com.

Hidden Victims of a Brutal Conflict: Iraq's Women
Peter Beaumont. The Sunday Observer, 08 October 2006.

Sectarian Violence Increasing Internally Displaced
Sumedha Senanayake. Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 05 October 2006.

Iraq's Universities and Schools Near Collapse as Teachers and Pupils Flee
Peter Beaumont. The Guardian, 05 October 2006.

Death Squads in Iraqi Hospitals
Lara Logan. CBS News, 04 October 2006.

Next Year, Anywhere But in Grim Baghdad
Amit R. Paley. Washington Post, 03 October 2006.

Quarter Million Iraqis Flee Sectarian Violence
Ahmed Rasheed and Peter Graff. Reuters, 28 September 2006. Posted on the ReliefWeb website.

U.N. Finds Baghdad Toll Far Higher Than Cited
Richard A. Oppel, Jr. The New York Times, 21 September 2006. (See report below).

Human Rights Report: 01 July - 31 August 2006
U.N. Assistance Mission for Iraq, 20 September 2006.

Experts Fear a Lost Generation
Sahar al-Haidery. Institute for War and Peace Reporting, 13 September 2006.

Nowhere to Flee: The Perilous Situation of Palestinians in Iraq
Human Rights Watch, 10 September 2006.

Orphans in Iraq's Storm
Jonathan Finer. Washington Post, 02 September 2006.

Iraqi Hospitals Are War's New 'Killing Fields'
Amit R. Paley. Washington Post, 30 August 2006.

Threatened Teachers Fleeing the Country
IRIN, 24 August 2006.

Lawyers Killed for Defending Cases 'Against Islam'
IRIN, 16 August 2006.

Garbage Accumulation Causes Health Problems
IRIN, 08 August 2006.

Half of All Christians Have Fled Iraq Since 2003, Says Baghdad Bishop
Assyrian International News Agency, 06 August 2006.

Number of Iraqi Refugees From Violence Swells
Michael Georgy. Reuters, 31 July 2006.

Child Prisoners Left Without Support
IRIN, 30 July 2006.

Thousands of Iraqis Flee Homes Amid Rise in Violence
Ahmed Rasheed and Alastair Macdonald. The Guardian, 21 July 2006.

The Doctors Who Are Too Afraid to Care for Patients
James Hider and Ali al-Hamdani. The Times, UK, 20 July 2006.

Human Rights Report 1 May - 30 June 2006
U.N. Assistance Mission for Iraq, 18 July 2006 (.pdf file).

Iraqis Turn to Drugs to Escape Violence
Sinan Salaheddin. The Associated Press, 17 July 2006. Posted on the Seattle Post-Intelligencer website.

The Hidden War on Women in Iraq
Ruth Rosen. TomDispatch.com, 13 July 2006.

Baghdad Starts to Collapse as Its People Flee a Life of Death
James Hider. The Times, UK, 13 July 2006. Posted on the Truthout website.

Low-Quality Food Rations Pose Health Risks, Officials Concede
IRIN, 11 July 2006.

Insecurity, Under-Funding Threaten Children's Health in Basra
IRIN, 09 July 2006.

Concern Over Reports of Child Trafficking
IRIN, 29 June 2006.

Poor Sanitation Poses Serious Health Risks, Say Experts
IRIN, 29 June 2006.

Displaced Children Suffer Depression and Poor Health
IRIN, 27 June 2006.

The Role of Small Arms During the 2003-2004 Conflict in Iraq
Riyadh Lafta, Les Roberts, Richard Garfield and Gilbert Burnham. Small Arms Survey, 26 June 2006.

Iraq Conflict Leaves At Least 130,000 Displaced
Hiba Moussa and Michael Georgy. Reuters, 26 June 2006. Posted on the Iraq Updates website.

NGO Warns of Rising Rates of Child Labour
IRIN, 15 June 2006.

Iraqi Youth Fear For Their Lives
The Associated Press, 14 June 2006. Posted on the MSNBC website.

For Iraqis, Exodus to Syria and Jordan Continues
Sabrina Tavernise. The New York Times, 14 June 2006.

Local NGO Warns of Rising Cases of Sexual Abuse
IRIN, 14 June 2006.

The Need for Public First-Aid Training as Violence Continues
IRIN, 11 June 2006.

Iraq's Attorneys Practicing in a State of Fear
Nelson Hernandez and Saad al-Izzi. Washington Post, 10 June 2006. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.

For the Women of Iraq, the War is Just Beginning
Terri Judd. The Independent, UK, 08 June 2006. Posted on the Truthout website.

Palestinians Flee to Borders Amid Ongoing Violence
IRIN, 05 June 2006.

Rights Under Assault In Iraq, U.N. Unit Says
Ellen Knickmeyer. Washington Post, 24 May 2006. (See report below).

Human Rights Report: 1 March - 30 April 2006
U.N. Assistance Mission for Iraq, 24 May 2006. NOTE: Will open as a Word document.

Easily Dispensable: Iraq's Children
Dahr Jamail. Truthout, 22 May 2006.

Violence Invades Baghdad's Emergency Rooms
Saad al-Izzi. Washington Post, 21 May 2006.

U.S. In Secret Gun Deal
Ian Traynor. The Guardian, 12 May 2006. (See report below).

Dead on Time - Arms Transportation, Brokering and the Threat to Human Rights
Amnesty International and TransArms, Research Centre for the Logistics of Arms Transfers, 10 May 2006.

Lack of Funding is a Major Obstacle to Humanitarian Work, Says NGO Report
IRIN, 09 May 2006.

U.N. Report Cites Vast Under-Nutrition Among Children
IRIN, 08 May 2006.

Widow Numbers Rise in Wake of Violence
IRIN, 26 April 2006.

Stolen Away
Brian Bennett. Time Magazine, 23 April 2006. Posted on the Free Republic website.

United States is No Help to Iraqi Women
Bonnie Erbe. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 19 April 2006. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

Aid Agencies Focus on Children Detainees
IRIN, 18 April 2006.

Baghdadis Say Curfew Prevents Access To Medical Care
IRIN, 17 April 2006.

Women Were More Respected Under Saddam, Say Women's Groups
IRIN, 13 April 2006.

Capital Punishment in Iraq Seen Simply as Death Not Justice
Brian Conley and Islam Rashid. Inter Press Service, 13 April 2006.

Iraq Unrest Forces 65,000 to Flee
Andrew North. BBC News, 13 April 2006.

Health Workers Decry Lack of Medical Supplies
IRIN, 10 April 2006.

Blair Envoy Reveals Plight of Iraqis Lost in Jail Maze
Gaby Hinsliff. The Guardian, 09 April 2006.

Unrelenting Violence Drains Iraq Blood Supply
James Palmer. Newhouse News Service, 08 April 2006.

More Than 40,000 Displaced, Ministry Estimates
IRIN, 02 April 2006.

Violence Drives Doctors From Iraq
Daud Salman and Zaineb Naji. Institute of War and Peace Reporting, 29 March 2006.

Iraqis Face a More Brutal Life With Each Passing Month
Jonathan Steele. The Guardian, 31 March 2006.

Losing Iraq's Kids
Marie Cocco. The Sacramento Bee, 30 March 2006.

Rights Group: Iraqi Women Worse Off Under Occupation
Sanjay Suri. Inter Press Service, 30 March 2006. Posted on the AntiWar.com website.

Iraq: Prosecutions Threaten Freedom of Expression in Northern Iraq
Amnesty International, 28 March 2006.

Human Rights Report 1 January - 28 February 2006
UN Assistance Mission for Iraq, 22 March 2006. (Note: Will open as a Word document).

Women in Iraq: Background and Issues for U.S. Policy
Aaron D. Pina. Congressional Research Service, 13 March 2006 (.pdf file).

Sectarian Violence Creating Iraq Exiles
Bassem Mroue. The Associated Press, 22 March 2006.

Aid Agencies Unable to Enter Samarra
IRIN, 22 March 2006.

Baghdad Doctors End Strike, Ban Police From Wards
Omar al-Ibadi. Reuters, 21 March 2006.

More Than 3,000 Families Fled Due to Sectarian Conflict, Government Says
IRIN, 21 March 2006.

Humanitarian Situation Remains Critical in Kirkuk as Ethnic Tensions Rise
IRIN, 14 March 2006.

NGO Warns of Rise in Violence Against Women
IRIN, 12 March 2006.

Women Attacked for Removing Headscarves, NGO Says
IRIN, 07 March 2006.

Increased Protection for Children Following Attacks
IRIN, 05 March 2006.

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Death of a Professor
Haifa Zangana. The Guardian, 28 February 2006.

Report Probes U.S. Custody Deaths
BBC News, 21 February 2006. (See report below).

Command's Responsibility: Detainee Deaths in U.S. Custody in Iraq and Afghanistan
Hina Shamsi and Deborah Pearlstein. Human Rights First, 22 February 2006 (.pdf file).

Activists Call on Army, Police to Respect Women's Rights
IRIN, 08 February 2006.

Women, Islam, and the New Iraq
Isobel Coleman. Foreign Affairs, January/February 2006.

Iraq Tops Nations With Minorities at Grave Risk
Jim Lobe. AntiWar.com, 20 January 2006.

U.N. Reports Children Used as Combatants in Iraq
CNN, 19 January 2006. (See report below).

Human Rights Report 1 November - 31 December 2005
U.N. Assistance Mission for Iraq, 19 January 2006 (.pdf file).

Activists Call for Protection of Academics
IRIN, 15 January 2006.

'Dr. Germ' and 'Mrs. Anthrax' on the Loose
Robert Scheer. Creators Syndicate, 28 December 2005. Posted on the Working for Change website.

The Trial of Saddam: Justice or Theatre?
Gerry Simpson. BBC, 19 December 2005.

'It's an Awful Way to Exist, Without Hope... We've Gained Nothing But Endless Deaths'
Kim Sengupta. The Independent, 13 December 2005.

Backstory: One Family in a Suicide Bomber's Wake
Scott Peterson. The Christian Science Monitor, 07 December 2005.

Iraq Misses Deadline for Probe on Torture Allegations
The Associated Press, 30 November 2005. Posted on the USA Today website.

Iraqi Hospitals Come Under Siege
Dahr Jamail. Inter Press Service, 30 November 2005. Posted on the Antiwar website.

War Crimes Within War Crimes
George Monbiot. AlterNet, 29 November 2005.

Iraqi Prostitutes Now Live in Fear For Their Lives
Institute for War and Peace Reporting, 28 November 2005. Posted on the Daily Star website.

Abuse Worse Than Under Saddam, Says Iraqi Leader
Peter Beaumont. The Observer, 27 November 2005.

Human Rights Report
United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq, 15 November 2005 (.pdf file).

1,100 Lawyers Leave Saddam Defense Team
Jamal Halaby. The Associated Press, 13 November 2005. Posted on the USA Today website.

Women and Children Suffer from Continued Fighting
Yasin Ayed al-Dilaimi. Institute for War and Peace Reporting, 03 November 2005.

Wrongful Incarceration Not Unusual in Iraq
Zaineb Obeid. Knight-Ridder, 03 November 2005.

Iraq and the Laws of War
Francis A. Boyle. Information Clearing House, 14 October 2005.

Traumatised Young Iraqis Turn Increasingly to Hard Drugs
IRIN, 11 October 2005. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.

Iraqi Red Crescent Society and ICRC Help Displaced Families in Tal-Afar
International Committee of the Red Cross, 16 September 2005.

Human Rights Report 1 July - 31 August 2005
UN Assistance Mission for Iraq, 08 September 2005. Posted on the Commonwealth Institute website (.doc file).

Iraq Buries Stampede Dead as Politicians Point Fingers
Jill Carroll. Christian Science Monitor, 02 September 2005.

Iraq Mourns as Stampede Loss Overshadows War
Sydney Morning Herald, 01 September 2005. Posted on the Fairuse website.

3 Set to Hang as Executions Return to Iraq
James Glanz and Sabrina Tavernise. New York Times, 17 August 2005.

Psychological Trauma Widespread in Iraq
Vermont Guardian, 16 August 2005.

Women Battle for Rights in New Iraq
Rory Carroll. The Guardian, 15 August 2005.

New Dark Age for Iraqi Women
Peter Beaumont. The Observer, 14 August 2005.

Iraq: Focus on Boys Trapped in Commercial Sex Trade
IRIN, 08 August 2005.

Iraqis Protest Over Police Brutality
Al Jazeera, 29 July 2005.

In Cold Blood: Abuses by Armed Groups
Amnesty International, 27 July 2005.

Iraqis Simmer as Demand Outstrips Electricity Supply
James Glanz. New York Times, 23 July 2005.

Iraqi Refugees Spur Housing Boon
Rhonda Roumani. Christian Science Monitor, 22 July 2005.

Postwar Iraqi Artists Find Themselves Less Free to Express Themselves
Mona Mahmoud. USA Today, 21 July 2005.

Iraqi Constitution May Curb Women's Rights
Edward Wong. New York Times, 20 July 2005.

Iraq's Hospitals Under Strain
Caroline Hawley. BBC News, 19 July 2005.

Baghdad Hospital Doctors on Strike Against Soldiers
Mussab Al-Khairalla. Reuters, 19 July 2005. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

Iraq's War on Women
Lesley Abdela. Open Democracy, 18 July 2005.

Iraq Suspects Suffocate in Heat
BBC News, 11 July 2005.

Quieter than Bombs, Iraq's Foul Water Also Kills
Salem Ureibi. Reuters, 11 July 2005. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.

West Turns Blind Eye As Police Put Saddam's Torturers Back to Work
James Hider. The Times London, 07 July 2005. Posted on the Information Clearinghouse website.

Iraq: Christians Face Threats from All Sides
Kathleen Ridolfo. Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 03 July 2005.

Quiet Killings Split Neighborhood Where Sunnis and Shiites Once Lived Side by Side
Sabrina Tavernise. New York Times, 04 July 2005.

War of the Mosques is Shattering Iraq's Hopes
Peter Beaumont. The Observer, 26 June 2005.

Unveiling Iraq's Teenage Prostitutes
Joshua E.S. Phillips. Salon.com, 24 June 2005.

Iraqi Hospitals Ailing Under Occupation
Dahr Jamail. Submitted to the World Tribunal on Iraq, Istanbul Turkey, 23-27 June 2005.

Chaos Reigns in Sadr City Despite Changes
Hamza Hendawi. The Associated Press, 18 June 2005.

Food Shortages Gnaw at Iraqis' Stomachs, Morale
Louise Roug. Los Angeles Times, 16 June 2005. Posted on the Fairuse website.

Kurdish Officials Sanction Abductions in Kirkuk
Steve Fainaru and Anthony Shadid. Washington Post, 15 June 2005.

Facing Chaos, Iraqi Doctors Are Quitting
Sabrina Tavernise. New York Times, 30 May 2005.

"Things Are Getting Worse by the Day"
Dahr Jamail. Uruknet, 30 May 2005.

Amnesty International Report 2005
Amnesty International, 25 May 2005.

The War on Iraq Destroyed 84% of Education Establishments
Arabic News Channel, 09 May 2005.

Displaced Iraqis Find Unusual Shelter
Al Jazeera, 03 May 2005.

Iraq's Rising Industry: Domestic Kidnapping
Jill Carroll. Christian Science Monitor, 22 April 2005.

Ordinary Iraqis Bear Brunt of War
Jill Carroll. Christian Science Monitor, 15 April 2005.

Focus on Increase in Kidnappings
IRIN, 11 April 2005 Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.

Stop Killing Iraqis, Nationalists Warn Religious Fanatics
Patrick Cockburn. The Independent, 11 April 2005.

Humanitarian Worker in Iraq Says Things Have Gotten Worse
Nikki Kallio. Portland Press Herald, 06 April 2005. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.

Iraq's Dislocated Minorities Struggle in Urban Enclaves
James Glanz. New York Times, 03 April 2005.

Shiite Pilgrims Fear Attacks in Iraq
Antonio Castaneda. The Associated Press, 01 April 2005.

Iraq's Women of Power Who Tolerate Wife-Beating and Promote Polygamy
Catherine Philp. London Times, 31 March 2005. Posted on the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom website.

More Children Malnourished in Iraq: UN report
BBC News via ABC Australia, 31 March 2005. Posted on the Command Post website.

There Are Signs the Tide May Be Turning on Iraq's Street of Fear
John F. Burns. New York Times, 21 March 2005.

Crime as Lethal as Warfare in Iraq
Monte Morin. Los Angeles Times, 20 March 2005.

On Anniversary of Halabja Massacre, Kurds Poised to Regain Kirkuk
Aaron Glantz. Antiwar.com, 17 March 2005.

US Says Human Rights Suffered Under Iraqi Interim Authority
Roland Watson. The Times (UK), 02 March 2005.

Iraqi Women Eye Islamic Law
Jill Carroll. Christian Science Monitor, 25 February 2005.

Iraq: Decades of Suffering, Now Women Deserve Better
Amnesty International, 22 February 2005.

Kidnappings Keep Iraq Pot Boiling
B. Raman. Asia Times, 21 January 2005.

Bush Under Fire Over Human Rights
Richard Norton-Taylor, Julian Borger and Suzanne Goldenberg. The Guardian, 14 January 2005.

Head Scarves Now a Protective Accessory in Iraq
Jackie Spinner. Washington Post, 30 December 2004.

Attacks on Iraqi Shiite Leaders Raise Fears of Civil Strife
Erik Eckholm. New York Times, 28 December 2004.

U.S. Military Obstructing Medical Care
Dahr Jamail. Inter Press Service, 13 December 2004.

In an Iraqi ER, Doctors Attend to Disaster
Anthony Shadid. Washington Post, 12 December 2004.

Troops' Murder Cases in Iraq Detailed
Edmund Sanders. Los Angeles Times, 07 December 2004. Posted on the Michael Moore website.

You Call This Liberation
Sidney Blumenthal. The Guardian, 02 December 2004.

Enduring Effects of War: Health in Iraq 2004
Medact, December 2004 (.pdf file).

Seven Days of Hell; The True Grim Picture of Continued Violence Isn't Getting Out
Rob Nordland. Newsweek, 27 November 2004. Posted on the MSNBC website.

Humanitarian Aid is a Casualty in Iraq
Rick McDowell and Mary Trotochaud. Christian Science Monitor, 23 November 2004. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

Children Pay Cost of Iraq's Chaos
Karl Vick. Washington Post, 21 November 2004.

Margaret Hassan's Suspected Execution Will Be Seen as 'Proof' of Evil
Robert Fisk. The Star (South Africa), 17 November 2004. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

Iraq: Urgent Action Needed to Prevent War Crimes
Amnesty International, 16 November 2004.

Denial Of Water To Iraqi Cities
CASI, 14 November 2004. Posted on the Rense.com website.

Collective Punishment in Iraq
Pepe Escobar. Asia Times, 13 November 2004.

Exodus of Iraqi Christians in Full Flood as Targeted Killings Grow
Kim Sengupta. The Independent, 12 October 2004. Posted on the Find Articles website.

Child Soldiers Square up to US Tanks
Toby Harnden. The Telegraph, 23 August 2004.

Iraq's Child Prisoners
Neil Mackay. Sunday Herald UK, 01 August 2004.

Iraq Brings Back Death Penalty as Allawi Calls on Militants to Disarm
Donald Macintyre. The Independent, 09 August 2004. Posted on the NucNews website.

Families Leave as Tension Rises in Samarrah
IRIN, 26 July 2004. Posted on the Reliefweb website.

Marked Women
Vivienne Walt. Time Magazine, 26 July 2004. Posted on the Peace Women website.

Violence Surges in Baghdad and Sunni Area to the West
Somini Sengupta. New York Times, 23 July 2004.

PM Admits Graves Claim 'Untrue'
Peter Beaumont. The Observer, 18 July 2004.

Iraq: Archives, Libraries Devastated By War, Looting
Valentinas Mite. Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 13 July 2004.

Unchecked Lawlessness Stresses Iraqi Society
Karl Vick. Washington Post, 30 May 2004.

The Present Situation of Human Rights in Iraq
High Commissioner for Human Rights, United Nations, 04 June 2004. Posted on the ReliefWeb website (.pdf file).

The Rich Have Been Warned to Leave Baghdad. But for the Poor, There is No Escape From Crime
Patrick Cockburn. The Independent, 08 June 2004.

Dying in Squalor, the Children Betrayed by Broken Promises
Julius Strauss. The Telegraph, 05 June 2004.

Building the Iraqi Special Tribunal: Lessons from Experiences in International Criminal Justice
United States Institute of Peace, June 2004 (.pdf file).

Jus Post Bellum: The Moral Responsibilities of Victors in War
Louis V. Iasiello. Naval War College Review, Summer - Autumn 2004.

Iraq Report 2004
Amnesty International, May 2004.

Iraqi Women Find No End to their Suffering
Victoria Firmo-Fontan. The Independent, 28 March 2004.

Iraq: One Year on the Human Rights Situation Remains Dire
Amnesty International, 18 March 2004.

As U.S. Detains Iraqis, Families Plead for News
Jeffrey Gettleman. New York Times, 07 March 2004.

Kidnappers Target Youth of Baghdad
Peter Beaumont. The Observer, 29 February 2004.

Iraqis Are Learning the Deadly Cost of Working for the US
Patrick Cockburn. The Independent, 05 February 2004. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

Lethal Hatreds Spread in Iraq's Cockpit of Violence
Peter Beaumont. The Observer, 11 January 2004.

Mosque Attacks Raise Concerns in Iraq
Sarah El Deeb. The Associated Press, 10 January 2004.

Beyond Torture: U.S. Violations of Occupation Law in Iraq
Center for Economic and Social Rights, 2004.

Killings Sow Fear Among Christians in Southern Iraq
Suleiman al Khalidi. Reuters, 31 December 2003. Posted on the Washington Post website.

Shiite City Shudders After Spate of Violence
Edward Wong. New York Times, 29 December 2003. Posted on the International Herald Tribune website.

As Iraqis Become the Targets of Terrorists, Some Now Blame the American Mission
Ian Fisher. New York Times, 17 December 2003. Posted on the Global Exchange website.

Destruction of Iraqi Homes within 'Rules of War,' Spokesman Says
Jeff Wilkinson. Knight Ridder, 18 November 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

Violence Blocks Iraq Aid
Stephen J. Glain. Boston Globe, 15 November 2003.

Security Deficits in Iraq are Laid to Intelligence Woes
Robert Schlesinger. Boston Globe, 29 October 2003.

U.S. Set to Cede Part of Control Over Aid to Iraq
Steven R. Weisman. New York Times, 20 October 2003. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.

Iraq Awash in Military Weapons
Dan Murphy. Christian Science Monitor, 20 October 2003.

US Soldiers Bulldoze Farmers' Crops
Patrick Cockburn. The Independent, 12 October 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

Iraq War's Human Toll Could Be Felt for Decades
Brad Knickerbocker. Christian Science Monitor, 01 October 2003.

Vast, Unsecure Iraqi Arms Depots Could Take Years to Dispose Of
Lowell Bergman and Eric Schmitt. New York Times, 30 September 2003. Posted on the Nuc News website.

Facing 'Different Kind of War,' Aid Groups in Iraq Adopt Lower Profile
Karl Vick. Washington Post, 29 September 2003.

Southern Iraq:  Reports of Human Rights Abuses and Views on Justice, Reconstruction and Government
Physicians for Human Rights, 18 September 2003 (.pdf file).

Baghdad's Packed Morgue Marks a City's Descent Into Lawlessness
Jeffrey Fleishman. Los Angeles Times, 16 September 2003. Posted on the Information Clearinghouse website.

Veiled and Worried in Baghdad
Lauren Sandler. New York Times, 16 September 2003. Posted on the Peace Women website.

Kidnapping in Iraq on the Rise
Ilene R. Prusher. Christian Science Monitor, 10 September 2003.

Aid Agencies Say They May Pull Out of Iraq
Sophie Arie and Luke Harding. The Guardian, 09 September 2004.

Iraqi Shiites Flex Muscle Even as They Mourn
Neil MacFarquhar. New York Times, 01 September 2003. Posted on the NucNews website.

Chaos Reigns as Saddam's Plan Unfolds
Peter Beaumont. The Observer, 31 August 2003.

Iraqi Women Struggle to Be Heard
Kim Ghattas. BBC News, 18 August 2003.

Opening the Doors: Intellectual Life and Academic Conditions in Post-War Baghdad
Keith Watenpaugh, et. al. 15 July 2003. Posted on the Humanities and Social Sciences website (.pdf file).

Iraqis Grapple with Post-War Radioactivity Scott Peterson. Christian Science Monitor, 10 July 2003.

Aid Groups in Iraq Also Under Attack
Kevin Begos. Christian Science Monitor, 11 July 2003.

Worst Looting May Be In Remote Parts of Iraq
Shankar Vedantam. Washington Post, 12 June 2003.

Barrels Looted at Nuclear Site Raise Fears for Iraqi Villagers
Patrick E. Tyler. New York Times, 08 June 2003. Posted on the Earthlink website.

Health Crisis Looms Over Looted Iraqi Nuclear Plant
The Associated Press, 06 June 2003.

Basra: Crime and Insecurity Under British Occupation
Human Rights Watch, 03 June 2003 (.pdf file).

Leukaemia Peril of the 'Iraqi Chernobyl'
Anthony Browne. Times London, 29 May 2003. Posted on the NucNews website.

Baghdad Women Shrouded in Fear
Azadeh Moaveni. Los Angeles Times, 26 May 2003.

Iraqi Career Women Ponder a Future Under Shiite Rule
Nazila Fathi. New York Times, 25 May 2003. Posted on the Peace Women website.

Gun Gangs Rule Streets As US Loses Control
Ed Vulliamy. The Observer, 25 May 2003. Posted on The Guardian website.

Allies to Begin Seizing Weapons From Most Iraqis
Michael R. Gordon. New York Times, 21 May 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

Iraq's Slide Into Lawlessness Squanders Good Will for U.S.
Edmund L. Andrews and Susan Sachs. New York Times, 18 May 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

Iraqi Women Out of the Picture
Carol Morello. Washington Post, 17 May 2003.

New Policy in Iraq to Authorize G.I.'s to Shoot Looters
Patrick E. Tyler. New York Times, 14 May 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

U.S. Military Says It Is Aggressively Targeting Looters But Denies Shoot-to-Kill Order
Hamza Hendawi. The Associated Press, 14 May 2003. Posted on the San Francisco Chronicle website.

Baghdad Anarchy Spurs Call For Help
Peter Slevin. Washington Post, 13 May 2003.

Iraqis May Face Fallout From Nuclear Looting Soon
Edmund Blair. Reuters, 12 May 2003. Posted on the NucNews website.

Aid Officials Overwhelmed by Chaos and Violence
Alan Philips. The Telegraph, 12 May 2003.

Disorder Deepens in Liberated Baghdad
Peter Ford. Christian Science Monitor, 12 May 2003.

Shia Mullahs Take Charge of Hospitals to Halt Chaos
Ed Vulliamy. The Observer, 11 May 2003.

Basra Suffers Cholera Outbreak
The Scotsman, 08 May 2003.

Iraqi Women Wary of New Upheavals
Sabrina Tavernise. New York Times, 05 May 2003.

Danger Lingers in Pieces of an Abandoned Arsenal
David Rohde. New York Times, 05 May 2003. Posted on the NucNews website.

Iraq's Other Disarmament Challenge:  Small Arms
Warren Richey. Christian Science Monitor, 02 May 2003.

Iraq Situation Critical, Warn Aid Agencies
The Guardian, 02 May 2003.

Now the Ethnic Re-Cleansing Begins
Ferry Biedermann. Inter Press Service News Agency, 25 April 2003.

Plea to End Baghdad Chaos
BBC News, 20 April 2003.

Iraq: Basra's Pivotal Issue - Water
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Integrated Regional Information Network, 18 April 2003. Posted on the ReliefWeb website.

America's New Iraqi Order:  Promising Democracy While Protecting Abusers
Julie Flint. Iraqi Crisis Report #15. Institute for War and Peace Reporting, 17 April 2003.

Fear Reigns, As One Detested Militia Replaces Another
Phil Reeves. The Independent, 17 April 2003.

Insecurity Exacerbating Health Problems
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Integrated Regional Information Network, 16 April 2003. Posted on the ReliefWeb website.

Iraq:  Killings, Expulsions on the Rise in Kirkuk
Human Rights Watch, 15 April 2003.

Liberation and Looting in Iraq
Joanne Mariner. FindLaw, 14 April 2003. Posted on the Human Rights Watch website.

A Ravaged Land
Ross Mirkarimi. MotherJones.com, 14 April 2003.

Iraq Chaos No Surprise, But Too Few Troops to Quell It
Jonathan Weisman. Washington Post, 14 April 2003.

Three Weeks On, and Still No Water. Now Doctors Fear an Epidemic
Ewen MacAskill. The Guardian, 14 April 2003.

A Civilisation Torn to Pieces
Robert Fisk. The Independent, 13 April 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

Free To Do Bad Things
Brian Whitaker. The Guardian, 12 April 2003.

ICRC Calls Urgently for Protection of the Civilian Population and Services and of Persons No Longer Fighting
International Committee of the Red Cross, 11 April 2003.

Alarm as Lawlessness Goes Unchecked
Nicholas Watt and Richard Norton-Taylor. The Guardian, 11 April 2003.

Conquest and Neglect
Paul Krugman. New York Times, 11 April 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

Suicide Attack, Looting, Murder
Reuters, 11 April 2003. Posted on The Age website.

Hospital Short of Everything, Except Pain
Paul McGeough. The Age, 10 April 2003.

Iraq: ICRC Resumes Work as Hospitals in Baghdad Endure Shortages
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Integrated Regional Information Network, 10 April 2003. Posted on the ReliefWeb website.

Relief Agencies Are Forced to Wait as Chaos Reigns
Elizabeth Becker. New York Times, 10 April 2003.

Fears Mount Over Iraq Disorder
BBC News, 09 April 2003.

In Basra, Growing Resentment, Little Aid
Keith B. Richburg. Washington Post, 09 April 2003.

Celebrating Freedom in a Spree of Looting
Paul Harris. The Guardian, 08 April 2003.

Suspected Execution Site Actually a Morgue
Peter Goodspeed. National Post, 08 April 2003.

'Liberated' City Where Looters Run Wild and Death Stalks the Streets
Andrew Buncombe. The Independent, 04 April 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

Red Crescent Maternity Hospital Damaged in Attack
International Federation of the Red Cross, 03 April 2003.

U.S. Authorizes Detention of Iraqi Civilians
Peter Baker. Washington Post, 02 April 2003.

Lawlessness Spreads in Villages
Keith B. Richburg. Washington Post, 29 March 2003.

Scenes Of Frenzy, Violence As Aid Delivered To Safwan
Charles Recknagel. Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 28 March 2003.

War in Iraq: Managing Humanitarian Relief
Middle East Report #12. International Crisis Group, 27 March 2003 (.pdf file).

Jubilation Turns to Hate as Aid Arrives
Burhan Wazir. The Guardian, 27 March 2003.

Forces Leave Instability in Wake
Susan B. Glasser and Rajiv Chandrasekaran. Washington Post, 23 March 2003.

This is the Reality of War. We Bomb. They Suffer
Robert Fisk. The Independent, 23 March 2003. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.

Humanitarian Situation in Iraq
Minister of State Tom Kitt, T.D. Dail Debate Ireland, 20 March 2003.

Humanitarian Disasters Looms in Kurdistan
Stephanie Nolen. The Globe and Mail, 17 March 2003.

War in Iraq Could Create Two Million Refugees:  Officials
Jean-Louis Doublet. Agence France Presse, 25 February 2003. Posted on the ReliefWeb website.

Humanitarian Consequences of War in Iraq
Cesar Chelala. Boston Globe, 24 February 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

Aid Agencies, Iraq's Neighbours Say War Could Spark Civilian Catastrophe
Agence France-Presse, 16 February 2003. Posted on the ReliefWeb website.

Vulnerable But Ignored: How Catastrophe Threatens the 12 Million Children of Iraq
Leonard Doyle. The Independent, 12 February 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams website.

Precision Bombing:  Environmental and Legal Concerns about 'Precision Bombing'
Science for Democratic Action, February 2003 (.pdf file).

Archive Index
1. Overviews
2. Military Ops & Forces (2006-current)
3. Military Ops & Forces (Articles from 2002-2005)
4. The Surge
5. Civilian Casualties
6. Humanitarian Crisis & Human Rights
7. International Law
8. Regional Repercussions
9. US Politics & Public Opinion
10. World Reaction
11. Media Coverage
12. Postwar Governance (2006-current)
13. Postwar Governance (Articles from 2002-2005)
14. Reconstruction & Economics
15. Oil
16. Foreign Contractors
17. Iraqi Politics & Groups
18. Insurgency
19. Iraqi Armed Forces
20. Iraqi Opinion & Media
21. Prisoner Abuse
22. Weapon Inspections
23. Cost of War
24. Intelligence Failure
25. Permanent Basing
26. Secret British Memos
27. Withdrawal
28. Fallujah

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