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How tensions grew between the American and British military as the security situation in Iraq unravelled
Speaking at the hearing, Ms Sutton’s sister Jenny said her death came after a moment of ‘extreme stress and panic’ and made the decision ‘on the spur of the moment’
'We need to educate them not to travel there in the first place. If I told the police they would then arrest me and my children,' one parent said
Death toll rises to at least 35
Violence in Iraq continues following Sunday's devastating car bombs
Attempts have been made to rescue Yazidi women and girls taken by Isis, but those who try are often killed
Exclusive: An Iraqi woman tells The Independent how her hope turned to despair
'It wasn't just Tony Blair, it was most of the Labour backbenchers, it was all of the Tory backbenchers - except half a dozen'
'Saddam is gone, but in his place there are 1,000 Saddams'
A number of MPs reported unrest on the Labour benches as the Labour leader gave his statement on the Chilcot report
In the run-up to the invasion, The Independent and Independent on Sunday led the public case against the government. Here, we reproduce a selection of editorials from late 2002, when controversy over the war reached boiling point
'The report does not make a finding on the legal basis for military action'
'Whether people agree or disagree with my decision to take military action against Saddam Hussein; I took it in good faith and in what I believed to be the best interests of the country'
'The risks of internal strife in Iraq, active Iranian pursuit of its interests, regional instability, and al Qaeda activity in Iraq, were explicitly identified before the invasion,' report concludes
The Iraqi interior minister has resigned amid rising public anger over a series of attacks