Britain's ex-leader Tony Blair again apologised Sunday for certain aspects of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, adding there were "elements of truth" to the view it was connected to the rise of the Islamic State group.
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Desmond Tutu has called for former prime minister Tony Blair and former president George W Bush to face trial at The Hague International Criminal Court for their roles in the Iraq war, a war he says was based on lies.
Protesters threw eggs and shoes at former PM Tony Blair during a book-signing in Dublin, according to media reports. The anti-war activists chanted slogans and held up placards accusing Blair of having blood on his hands.
Ex-Downing Street chief of staff Jonathan Powell has criticised the post-invasion planning. Meanwhile, Britain's opposition parties are using the occasion of the fifth anniversary to call for an official inquiry.
If one thing has become clear in recent days, it is that the G-issue is highly unpredictable. God triggers debate when you least expect it. All the more so, because the Almighty is generally not easily scheduled for public discussion.
In one of those rather farcical interludes which makes world politics such an acquired taste, revelations regarding Tony Blair’s rise to power through the good offices of one R. Murdoch are coming to light.
"And here's another one...," jokes former Prime Minster, Tony Blair when he guffaws over the time when he rescued his predecessor from the gents. You heard if first from the most tongue in cheek book of the year - The Alistair Campbell Diaries
Tony Blair will announce on Wednesday a new timetable for the withdrawal of British troops from Iraq, with 1,500 to return home in several weeks, the BBC reported.
Blair will also tell the House of Commons during his regular weekly appearance before...
Tony Blair is finally standing up as US loses the faith of its strongest and ardent ally. This is bad news for Bush as he prepares to announce his plans tomorrow in a televised address. When will he understand that more of a failed strategy will not help?