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10 April 2004 - Iraq Special Weapons News

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  • "Iraqi Sovereignty Will Arrive June 30," Bush Affirms Washington File 10 Apr 2004 -- The recent attacks on coalition forces in western and southern Iraq by guerrilla and militia elements will fail in their goal of delaying Iraqi sovereignty, President Bush said in his weekly radio address April 10.
  • Iraqi Insurgents Do Not Enjoy Popular Support Says Powell Washington File 10 Apr 2004 -- Most Iraqis realize that the United States and its coalition partners are there to provide security, Secretary of State Colin Powell said in an interview with Fox News's Neil Cavuto April 9. Powell emphasized that the insurgents attacking coalition forces do not enjoy popular support of the Iraqi people.
  • Al Sadr Will Be Brought To Justice, Says Powell Washington File 10 Apr 2004 -- We have got to defeat these Sunni remnants in the Sunni Triangle left over from Saddam Hussein's regime, and we've got to deal with the forces of Muqtada Al-Sadr in the south Secretary of State Colin Powell said in an interview April 9 with ABC's Peter Jennings.
  • Delaying Sovereignty Transfer is Enemies' Wish, Bush Says AFPS 10 Apr 2004 -- Delaying the scheduled June 30 transfer of sovereignty in Iraq because of recent violence would play into the enemy's hands, President Bush said today in his weekly national radio address.
  • BUSH/IRAQ VOA 10 Apr 2004 -- President Bush says U-S troops in Iraq will stay on the offensive, following one of the deadliest weeks since Mr. Bush declared an end to major combat operations nearly one year ago. Democrats say the president's plan to hand-over power to Iraqis in less than 90 days might spark a civil war.

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