Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
22 June Iraq Special Weapons News
- Iraq Grenada Attack Kills US Soldier; Oil Exports Resumes VOA News 22 Jun 2003 -- One U.S. soldier has been killed and another wounded in a grenade attack on a military convoy south of Baghdad. The attack on the military convoy occurred in Khan Azad, about 20 kilometers south of Baghdad. Two soldiers were evacuated to a military hospital, where one was pronounced dead on arrival.
- IRAQ / U-S MILITARY VOA 22 Jun 2003 -- One U-S soldier has been killed and another wounded in a grenade attack on a military convoy south of Baghdad.
- U-S / IRAQ / WEAPONS VOA 22 Jun 2003 -- Republican and Democratic leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee say they are not aware of any specific evidence that President Bush intentionally misled the public about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction program in the weeks and months leading up to the war on Iraq.
- Bush Says U.S. Facing Down Remnants of Iraqi Regime AFPS 22 Jun 2003 -- U.S. military personnel are facing down the remnants of the Hussein regime even as coalition personnel continue to search for Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, President Bush said in his weekly radio address June 21.
- Bremer Says Coalition Has Made Progress in Stabilizing Iraq Washington File 22 Jun 2003 -- The U.S. civilian administrator for Iraq, Paul Bremer, says the coalition forces have made progress in bringing law and order to Iraq since May.
- Bremer Sees Economic Freedom as Vital to Iraq's Future Washington File 22 Jun 2003 -- The successful reconstruction of Iraq will require that newly acquired political freedoms be accompanied by economic freedoms and the reversal of "decades of economic mismanagement" by the former Ba'athist regime, says Ambassador Paul Bremer, the top U.S. civilian administrator in Iraq.
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