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    1. Thanks for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again later John Prescott warns today that Sir John Chilcot could be dragged before Parliament to explain his failure to publish his long-awaited Iraq report.

    2. Jeb Bush on Friday identified Paul Wolfowitz, one of the architects of the Iraq war, as one of his foreign-policy advisers.

    3. While former PM will bear brunt of criticism over Iraq war, report is expected to target wider number of people than had been thought Sir John Chilcot is to apportion blame for Britain’s role in the Iraq war much more widely than had been expected, going well beyond Tony Blair and his inner team, according to sources involved with his six-year inquiry. While Blair will bear the brunt of the ...

    4. Sir John Chilcot has defied calls to set a timetable for publication of the eagerly-awaited £10 million Iraq Inquiry report, stressing that the vast scale of the panel’s task and the need for fairness to all has meant it “would take a considerable time to produce”..

    5. Bush: US may need more troops in Iraq to beat Islamic State

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsAug 11 08:06 PM

      SIMI VALLEY, California (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said Tuesday that the U.S. may need to send more ground troops into Iraq to defeat Islamic State militants, but he stopped short of saying how many as he outlined his strategy for combating a threat that's "spreading like a pandemic."

    6. Justice done to death

      Arab NewsAug 30 03:58 PM

      Six years late, the unpublished report of the Chilcot Inquiry into British involvement in the Iraq war is a growing national scandal. Now UK Prime Minister David Cameron is insisting that the inquiry’s chairman, Sir John Chilcot, publish the report without delay.

    7. Jeb Bush uncharacteristically supported his brother's policies.

    8. The remarks come as Jeb Bush faces spending cuts and other troubles in a race dominated by Donald Trump.

    9. Did ISIS’ chemical weapons come from Saddam Hussein’s WMD stockpiles in Iraq? Some defense officials are allegedly claiming this is the case, which may put the actions of former U.S. President George W. Bush in a whole new light. In a related report by the Inquisitr, while ISIS’ chemical weapons may be dangerous, with DAESH ISIS’ Chemical Weapons Came From Saddam Hussein’s WMD Stockpiles In Iraq...

    10. Address at Reagan Library is part of a new effort to confront the former secretary of state.

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