June 06, 2020
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The coalition is at the gates of Baghdad. Now, along with the daisy-cutters and bunker-busters, the city is poised to see one of three things: a dramatic collapse, a slow suffocation by siege, or the mother of all battles
...Night Of The Pawns: Paul Danahar, BBC's South Asia Bureau Chief reports from Iraq

Grisly Spoils: Nahlah Ayed in Amman on ordinary citizens taking the brunt

Broken April: Stephanie Nolen in Karahanjir on the northern front

Battle For Baghdad: Seema Sirohi in Washington on the US strategy

A Fistful Of Soil: Jumana Al-Tamimi in Amman on the Iraqis' resolve to fight back

Friendly Fire: Sanjay Suri in London on backfiring of the coalition's propaganda

New World Orderlies: V Sudarshan on India's shifting stance

Misguided Missiles: Ruben Banerjee, senior journalist with Al-Jazeera in Doha

Many Anglers On The Tigris: Seema Sirohi in Washington and Sanjay Suri in London on the scramble to share the reconstruction pie

Sympathy For The Devil: Saba Naqvi Bhaumik on the saffron family's support for Saddam

After Iraq, Kashmir?: Prem Shankar Jha on the fallout in J&K

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