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Thursday, April 10, 2003
I going to refrain from talking about Operation Iraqi Freedom as a done until it is a done for reasons that I hope aren't too difficult for people to grasp.
I going to refrain from responding to the most recent questions asked by Saragon in the comments responding to yesterday's "Stream of consciousness rant about the war" until tomorrow because I am really tired now and the questions deserve a well put together answer.
There are a number of interesting reports about Iraq.
Felicity Barringer and Neela Banerjee have looked at "Who'll Control Iraq's Oil?" for The New York Times.
Things are and could get even more interesting in and around Kirkuk, reports Daniel Williams of The Washington Post.
Click here for a look at the contents of Tariq Aziz's house courtesy of The Washington Post's Jonathan Finer.
Aid officials say "humanitarian disaster" could occur in Iraq if order is not soon restored, report Julian Borger in Washington and Nicholas Watt of The Guardian.
"We are hopeful that a number of regimes will draw the appropriate lesson from Iraq. That the pursuit of weapons of mass destruction is not in their interest," U.S. Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security John Bolton reportedly said yesterday.
David Rees posted some great new get your war on strips yesterday.