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31 July 2005 - Iraq Special Weapons News

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Current Operations

Deployments

  • Iraqi Expects "Considerable" Coalition Withdrawal Next Year VOA 31 Jul 20005 -- Iraq's national security adviser says he believes it is "realistic" to expect, what he describes as, a "considerable" reduction in U.S. and coalition troops in Iraq by the end of next year.
  • Iraqi Security Adviser Sees Positive Outlook for Iraq AFPS 01 Aug 2005 -- Iraqi National Security Adviser Mowaffak al-Rubaie cautiously predicted today that a large number of U.S. and multinational forces will be able to leave some of Iraq's provinces, regions and large cities by the year's end during an appearance on CNN's "Late Edition" talk show with Wolf Blitzer.

US Policy

United Nations

Reconstruction Issues

Foreign Reactions

  • Egypt Vows To Stay in Iraq, Despite Murder of Its Top Diplomat VOA 31 Jul 2005 -- Egypt's prime minister says his country will not let the recent kidnapping and killing of its top diplomat to Iraq stop it from continuing to be involved there. Instead, he said his country is pushing for Arab nations to continue supporting democracy in Iraq.

News Reports

  • Chalabi Group's Convoy Ambushed In Iraq RFE/RL 31 Jul 20005 -- A convoy reportedly carrying several members of Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi's Iraqi National Congress (INC) political group was ambushed south of Baghdad today, leaving a bodyguard dead and three other people wounded.



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