There is still a war in Iraq. And another in Afghanistan.
Not that your Media would bother to tell you.
By Brad Friedman on 7/29/2004, 6:11pm PT  

Today, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning "Doctors without Borders" organization announced they are pulling out of Afghanistan after 24 years there "because of security concerns and frustrations with the U.S. military" as the situation in the war-torn nation continues to deteriorate (since we failed to finish one war before beginning another).

Additionally, here's some War News from just yesterday for ya, courtesy of Today in Iraq:

War News for July 28, 2004

Bring ‘em on: Sixty-eight Iraqis killed, 55 wounded by car bomb at Baquba police station.
Bring ‘em on: One US soldier killed, three wounded by roadside bomb near Balad.
Bring ‘em on: Seven Iraqi soldiers killed, 10 wounded in firefight near Suwariyah.
Bring ‘em on: Indian truck driver wounded in convoy ambush near Fallujah.
Bring ‘em on: Iraqi policeman assassinated in Kirkuk.
Bring ‘em on: Nine Iraqis wounded in roadside bomb attack against US convoy near Baquba.
Bring ‘em on: Bulgarian troops mortared near Karbala.
Bring ‘em on: Bomb explodes at entrance to Polish base camp near Hilla.
Bring ‘em on: Two insurgents killed in attempted pipeline sabotage near Kirkuk.