Anchor Marco Werman speaks with reporter John Goetz about an Iraqi defector codenamed "Curveball;ï¿½ the defector was the source of faulty intelligence used by the Bush Administration in making its case for the invasion of Iraq.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Crispin Thorold in Baghdad, about the on-going battle against Shiite militias in Iraq; Iraqi government forces have led the assault, but U.S. forces have now supported the Iraqis with air strikes.
Britain's much-vaunted "special relationship" with the US is looking a bit frayed these days, but Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband tells anchor Marco Werman the UK-US alliance remains strong.
The U.S. death toll in Iraq plunged last month to the lowest level since the war began and the Iraqi death toll also declined in May; Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Jim Muir in Baghdad about the factors that contribute to those statistics.
The US and Iraqi governments are negotiating a new security agreement for keeping US troops in the country, and the issue is proving to be a politically tricky one for Baghdad and for Washington, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.
U.S. officials say yesterday's bombing attack in a Baghdad market was the work of a "special group cell;ï¿½ American officials have talked a lot about 'special groups' in recent months, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.