09 May 2004 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- One Stryker Brigade Soldier Died, One Task Force Olympia Soldier Wounded During Mortar Attack
- First Court-Martial Set in Abu Ghraib Case, Operations Continue AFPS 09 May 2004 -- The first court-martial to arise from allegations of detainee abuse at Abu Ghraib prison will be held in Baghdad beginning May 19, U.S. officials in Baghdad said today.
- U.S. Military Kills 19 Militants In Baghdad RFE/RL 09 May 2004 -- The U.S. military said that 19 insurgents were killed in four separate clashes with U.S.-led coalition forces in Baghdad today.
- Bomb Rips Apart Baghdad Market RFE/RL 09 May 2004 -- Several people have been killed in bomb blast that ripped through a crowded Baghdad marketplace.
- 1st FSSG surgical units primed to aid Fallujah Brigade Marine Corps News 09 May 2004-- With the newly formed Fallujah Brigade operating under the helm of Marines in a renewed hope of stabilizing the city, the nearby surgical units of the 1st Force Service Support Group stand poised to aid their new allies.
- Civil Affairs Marines visit villages near Fallujah Marine Corps News 09 May 2004-- Marines put a new twist on mending fences in a village near Fallujah.
- Marines deliver the goods for Navy Seabees Marine Corps News 09 May 2004-- Staff Sgt. Michael J. Thompson never thought he'd see anyone get so excited to see seabags and boxes until he reunited sailors with their belongings here.
- US Announces First Court Martial in Iraqi Prisoner Abuse Scandal VOA News 09 May 2004 -- Senior U.S. military officials have announced the first court martial procedure against one of seven American soldiers who allegedly abused detainees at Iraq's now-infamous Abu Ghraib prison.
- British Defense Secretary to Answer Parliament on Abuse of Iraqis VOA News 09 May 2004 -- British Defense Secretary Geoffrey Hoon travels to Parliament Monday to address allegations that British soldiers abused prisoners in Iraq.
- Swiss FM Tells US, British Envoys to Heed International Law VOA News 09 May 2004 -- The Swiss foreign minister has summoned the United States and British ambassadors to Switzerland to demand that the two countries respect international law in the treatment of Iraqi prisoners.
- French President Repeats Demands for Immediate Power Transfer in Iraq VOA News 09 May 2004 -- French President Jacques Chirac has pressed this country's demands for an immediate transfer of power in Iraq, indirectly referring to the abuse of Iraqi prisoners by U.S. forces.
- Iran`s Rafsanjani: Humanity is ashamed by US crimes in Iraq IRNA 09 May 2004 -- Chairman of Iran`s Expediency Council and former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani added his voice Sunday to the international outcry against a prisoner abuse scandal by US troops in Iraq, describing their taunting behavior as `abominable`.
- CACI Emphasizes Facts Presented During Congressional Testimony on Iraq Prison Investigation and Requirements Related to Company’s U.S. Military Contract CACI 09 May 2004 -- CACI International Inc (NYSE:CAI) today provided an update to ongoing investigations into prison abuse in Iraq in response to Congressional testimony and to clarify information in recent media reporting about its employees. The company continues to support the Army’s mission in Iraq and around the world.
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