10 August 2005 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 10 Aug 2005 [PDF]
- DoD Identifies Marine Casualty
- FOUR TASK FORCE LIBERTY SOLDIERS KILLED, SIX WOUNDED NEAR BAYJI
- New information released on attack near Bayji MNF-I 10 Aug 2005 -- Task Force Liberty has provided additional details on the patrol that was attacked about 11:30 p.m. Aug. 9. near Bayji.
- Marines and Iraqi Soldiers conclude Operation Quick Strike MNF-I 10 Aug 2005 -- Iraqi Special Operations Forces, Iraqi Army and U.S. Marine forces from Regimental Combat Team-2 concluded Operation Quick Strike on Aug. 10 .
- Iraq: U.S. Charges Iran With Sending Arms Across Border RFE/RL 10 Aug 2005 -- U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says coalition forces have unambiguous evidence that weapons and bombs are being sent across the border from Iran into Iraq
- Training Iraqi Military Requires More than Running Boot Camps VOA 10 Aug 2005 -- American and Iraqi officials agree that the key to a stable government in Iraqi are efficient military and police institutions that can stand on their own and allow U.S. and allied forces to leave.
- Another 43 Iraqi schools funded for rehabilitation Army News 10 Aug 2005 -- Iraqi and U.S. government officials announced Aug. 6 that contracts have been awarded for the renovation of 43 Iraqi schools.
- IRAQ: Insecurity threatens to leave students with late start IRIN 10 Aug 2005 -- The start of the academic year for schools and universities in Iraq could be delayed by widespread insecurity, especially if a surge in terrorist attacks derails or delays the constitutional drafting process, according to local government officials.
- Asefi calls on US to admit consequences of its blunders in Iraq IRNA 10 Aug 2005 -- Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi here Wednesday refuted the remarks of US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and called upon US administration to admit the consequences of its blunders in Iraq and avoid raising baseless charges against others.
- Iran Denies U.S. Claims About Arms Smuggling RFE/RL 10 Aug 2005 -- Iran today rejected charges by U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld that Iranian arms were being smuggled to insurgents into Iraq.
- Iranian Minister Refutes Claims Of Weapons Smuggling To Iraq RFE/RL 10 Aug 2005 -- Iraqi Interior Minister Bayan Jabr said today that reports of roadside bombs being smuggled into Iraq from Iran are exaggerated.
- Ousted Baghdad Mayor Speaks To Radio Free Iraq RFE/RL 10 Aug 2005 -- RFE/RL's Radio Free Iraq (RFI) correspondent Ahmad al-Zubaydi interviewed ousted Baghdad Mayor Ala' al-Tamimi on 9 August by telephone after he was forcibly removed from his position on 8 August by armed men supporting Baghdad City Council Chairman Mazin Makkiya.
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