Tony Blair finally apologizes for Iraq War
Extraordinary confession by former PM comes after 12 years in which he refused to apologize for conflict.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has finally apologized for the Iraq War.
The extraordinary confession by the former Prime Minister comes after 12 years in which he refused to apologize for the conflict.
He made his ‘mea culpa’ during a TV interview by repeatedly saying sorry for his conduct and even refers to claims that the invasion of Iraq was a war ‘crime’.
Replying to a question, Former British Prime Minister also apologized for the false intelligence used to justify the initial invasion of Iraq.
Tony Blair admitted he could be partly to blame for the rise of Islamic State militants.