Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
24 June 2005 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- Transcript: President Welcomes Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari to the White House 24 Jun 2005
- Transcript: DR. BRZEZINSKI DELIVERS DEMOCRATIC RADIO ADDRESS on IRAQ 24 Jun 2005 -- "Our Soldiers Don't Need Fancy Slogans to do Their Duty." This week, former National Security Advisor Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski gave the Democratic Radio Address
- Bush Says No Timetable for Iraq Withdrawal VOA 24 Jun 2005 -- President Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari say there will be no timetable for the withdrawal of American troops from Iraq.
- Cheney Attributes Spike in Attacks to Insurgents Sensing Defeat AFPS 24 Jun 2005 -- Increased violence and a growing number of foreign insurgents are signs that the United States is close to accomplishing its objective in Iraq, Vice President Richard B. Cheney said in an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer June 23.
- Results Worth Sacrifices in Iraq, Rumsfeld Says AFPS 24 Jun 2005 -- The results in Iraq are worth the costs, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld told the House Armed Services Committee here June 23.
- Myers: Strategy Right, U.S. Must Stay Course in Iraq AFPS 24 Jun 2005 -- The U.S. strategy is correct, and America must stay the course in Iraq, the nation's top military officer told the House Armed Services Committee here June 23.
- Reports of Eroding Support For War Effort Concern Troops, General Says AFPS 24 Jun 2005 -- Media reports that Americans are losing support for the war effort concern military leaders and troops serving abroad, the general responsible for troops in the Middle East said in congressional testimony here June 23.
- Bush: No Timetable Set for U.S. Troop Departure From Iraq AFPS 24 Jun 2005 -- There will not be any timetables to schedule the departure of U.S. troops from Iraq, President Bush said today at a White House news conference.
- Despite Perception, War in Iraq Going Well, Leaders Say AFPS 24 Jun 2005 -- Amid recent reports of a dip in public opinion about the war in Iraq, top military leaders said that although difficult times are ahead, progress is being made in Iraq.
- U.S.: Poll Finds Iraq War, Guantanamo Controversy Hurting Image Abroad RFE/RL 24 Jun 2005 -- U.S. President George W. Bush says he pays no attention to polls and other measures of public opinion when formulating policy. He certainly didn't heed the protests in much of Europe when he began the war in Iraq.
- Security Council okays plan to release Iraqi funds UN News Centre 24 Jun 2005 -- The Security Council today endorsed the transfer of more than $220 million from the escrow account set up under the former United Nations arms inspection regime into accounts for the country's development and the repayment of its UN arrears.
- United States Committed to Helping Women in Iraq Washington File 24 Jun 2005 -- Following is a fact sheet released June 22 by the Office of the Senior Coordinator for International Women's Issues of the State Department detailing ways the United States is carrying out its commitment to helping the women of Iraq
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