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UK Iraq inquiry highly critical of Tony Blair

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LONDON — Britain joined the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 despite flawed intelligence, “wholly inadequate” planning and no imminent threat from Iraq’s then-leader Saddam Hussein, a long-awaited inquiry concluded Wednesday. The 12-volume, 2.6-million-word report took seven years to complete and was highly critical of formerPrime Minister Tony Blair, but it stopped short of accusing him of going to war illegally. John Chilcot, the retired British government official who led the inquiry, told a news conference in the British capital that “the U.K. chose to join the invasion of Iraq before the peaceful options for disarmament had been exhausted. Military action at that time was not a…

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In shadow of Brexit, NATO considers Russian deterrence

Soldiers demonstrate their skills during a military police exercise before the NATO summit in July in Warsaw, at the PGE National Stadium in Warsaw, Poland May 24, 2016. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel

Soldiers demonstrate their skills during a military police exercise before the NATO summit in July in Warsaw, at the PGE National Stadium in Warsaw, Poland May 24, 2016. REUTERS/KACPER PEMPEL NATO leaders meet in Warsaw on Friday to cement a new deterrent against what they see as an emboldened Russia, returning to Cold War-style defense with Washington again taking the part of Europe’s protector. Britain’s decision to quit the European Union, along with a migration crisis and Islamic militancy, leaves U.S. President Barack Obama seeking a show of unity at his last alliance summit to fend off accusations that NATO…

Barcelona’s Messi gets 21 months for tax fraud, unlikely to serve time

Barcelona's Argentine soccer player Lionel Messi (L) sits in court with his father Jorge Horacio Messi during their  trial for tax fraud in Barcelona, Spain, June 2, 2016. REUTERS/Alberto Estevez

Barcelona’s Argentine soccer player Lionel Messi (L) sits in court with his father Jorge Horacio Messi during their trial for tax fraud in Barcelona, Spain, June 2, 2016. REUTERS/ALBERTO ESTEVEZ Barcelona’s Argentine soccer star Lionel Messi was sentenced on Wednesday to 21 months in prison and fined 2 million euros ($2.2 million) after being found guilty of three counts of tax fraud, although it is unlikely he will serve time. The Barcelona court handed the same sentence to the player’s father, Jorge, with a 1.5 million euro fine. Both defendants have around five days to appeal to the supreme court,…

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