War on Iraq
So it embarks. Soft-targets scattering ubiquitously, the deafening explosions and the blazing of light in the gloomy night. Slowly, the gory images of war begin emerging to our minds, reminiscing what war is like; remembering that 'the first casualty of war is truth' - a cliché 'often uttered but never learned'.
John Pilger, a journalist for The Daily Mirror - a London tabloid that is not in favour of the war in Iraq, reported that war has murdered naïve children. Shortly after a missile attack, Pilger strolled along the path. …
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