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10 November 2012 Military News

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  • Petraeus Quits After FBI Found Evidence of Extramarital Affair VOA 10 Nov 2012 -- Retired U.S. General David Petraeus, the man credited with helping turn around the second Iraq War, has resigned as chief of the Central Intelligence Agency, citing an extramarital affair.
  • DOD Releases Detailed Timeline for Benghazi Response AFPS 10 Nov 2012 -- The Defense Department released a detailed timeline yesterday of the Pentagon's response to the September attack in Benghazi, Libya, that left four Americans dead, including U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens.
  • Iraq Denies Cancellation of $4.2 Bln Arms Deal with Russia RIA Novosti 10 Nov 2012 -- Iraq's acting Defense Minister Sadun Al-Dulaymi has denied reports that Bagdad is annulling a $4.2 billion arms deal with Russia over concerns about possible corruption, Al-Jazeera reported on Saturday.
  • Iraq Rethinks Russian Arms Deal VOA 10 Nov 2012 -- A spokesman for Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki announced the suspension Saturday of a $4.2 billion arms deal between Baghdad and Moscow. A spokesman for Maliki, Ali Moussawi, told Iraqi state TV that the prime minister had decided to re-examine the arms deal with Russia, after discovering apparent graft and corruption.
  • Iraq: $4.2 Bln Russian Arms Deal 'Canceled' RIA Novosti 10 Nov 2012 -- Iraq is annulling a $4.2 billion arms deal with Russia it reached earlier this year over concerns about possible corruption, an Iraqi government spokesman said.
  • Confusion Over $4.2 Billion Iraqi Arms Deal With Russia RFE/RL 10 Nov 2012 -- The Iraqi official who negotiated an arms deal with Russia is denying the agreement has been canceled.

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