Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
04 July 2005 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- DoD Identifies Army Casualty
- Iraqi Forces Take Back Baghdad Street from Insurgents VOA 04 Jul 2005 -- For most of last year, a boulevard called Haifa Street in western Baghdad was the scene of daily street battles between U.S. and Iraqi forces and insurgents. The vicious fighting turned the six-kilometer stretch into a long, bloody nightmare for soldiers and residents alike.
- Operation Muthana Strike nets 100 terrorists MNF-I 04 Jul 2005 -- At least 100 suspected terrorists were detained during Operation Muthana Strike, launched by Iraqi Army and Task Force Baghdad Soldiers in the early-morning hours of July 4.
- Search for displaced persons in Al Anbar Province comes up empty MNF-I 04 Jul 2005 -- After an extensive search by Coalition forces and Iraqi Minister of Interior personnel in al Anbar Province, no evidence has been found of large numbers of displaced persons due to current operations in the Al Qaim area.
- Task Force Baghdad finds large weapons cache MNF-I 04 Jul 2005 -- Soldiers from 3rd Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 3rd U.S. Infantry Division, found a large weapons and ammunition cache July 4.
- Two Killed In Baghdad Blast RFE/RL 04 Jul 2005 -- Police say two civilians were killed by a car bomb that was detonated by remote control in Baghdad today.
- Troops Track Terrorists, Prevent Attacks Over Holiday Weekend AFPS 04 Jul 2005 -- U.S. military forces spent the Fourth of July holiday weekend hunting down insurgents and stopping deadly bombs attacks throughout Iraq, military officials Baghdad reported.
- Progress Marching On in Iraq MNF-I 04 Jul 2005 -- Daily accomplishments, both large and small - in governance, security and reconstruction - marked progress toward Iraqi self-reliance as the country marked a year of sovereignty June 28.
- IRAQ: Acid attacks on "immodest" women on the rise IRIN 04 Jul 2005 -- For Sumeya Abdullah, a 34-year-old primary school teacher in the capital Baghdad, life will never be the same again. In late June she had her legs burned by corrosive acid in a street attack because, she believes, she was not wearing her veil and the traditional 'abaya' covering common in many Middle Eastern countries.
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