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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2006
US army 'seized Iraqi homes'
A leading Iraqi lawyer has accused the US army of throwing 211 families, including his, out of their homes.

Rabah al-Alwan, 36, head of the Union of Lawyers in al-Anbar governorate in western Iraq, said that the US army has occupied his family's house and those of with dozens of other families in al-Ramadi, the capital of al-Anbar governorate.

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