The Mole

Tories becalmed: PM still on hols as second minister quits

Tue 12 Aug, AT 10:20 The Mole

Get a grip, Dave - this is not what Churchill meant when he said 'We shall fight them on the beaches'

Yazidi women take shelter at a school in the Kurdish city of Dohuk

Yazidis: who are they and why is the Islamic State pursuing them?

Briefing Fri 8 Aug, AT 14:47

One of Iraq's oldest and most persecuted religious minorities, the Yazidi faces yet another genocide

Syria gas attack confirmed: latest in history of atrocities

Briefing Tue 17 Sep, AT 10:05

UN confirms 21 August attack on Damascus was gas – and the 'most significant' use of chemical weapons since Saddam's day

Syria gas attack: death toll at 1,400 worst since Halabja

First Reaction Thu 22 Aug, AT 09:18

Attack on Damascus could represent most significant use of chemical weapons since Saddam attacks Iraqi Kurds

George Bush; Tony Blair

Iraq war: Chilcot warns Blair he faces criticism over invasion

Fri 19 Jul, AT 11:26 The Mole

But the potentially explosive letters between Blair and Bush look set to stay private, despite Cameron's wishes

Deadly sarin gas used in Syria - six key questions

Briefing Wed 5 Jun, AT 12:19

France says blood and urine tests confirm sarin has been used 'multiple times' in bloody civil war

George Bush; Tony Blair

Ten years after Iraq: 'illusion of consensus' that sent us to war

Tue 19 Mar, AT 13:35 Robert Fox

How did we fall for it? Why were the sceptics ignored? And is it about to happen all over again in Syria?

Why France has gone into Mali (with a push from Washington)

Wed 16 Jan, AT 10:25 Robert Fox

One group of Mali rebels is said to be responsible for killing US Ambassador Stevens in Benghazi

Crispin Black

Iraq fiasco: how have top brass escaped dismissal or discipline?

Thu 20 Dec, AT 09:24 Crispin Black

Military leaders are like BBC execs – near-impossible to sack and without the self-knowledge to step down

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