Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
15 September 2005 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 15 Sep 2005 [PDF]
- Operation Flea Flicker sweeps through Zafaraniya MNF-I 15 Sep 2005 -- U.S. and Iraqi forces searched houses and fields during Operation Flea Flicker in Zafaraniya Sept. 14.
- Terror Occurs During Times of Iraqi Progress, General Says AFPS 15 Sep 2005 -- Because "democracy means failure for the insurgency" in Iraq, terrorists are employing violence across Iraq in an effort to derail the democratic process, a senior military Multinational Force Iraq spokesman told reporters today during a Baghdad news conference.
- Suicide Bombers Strike in Baghdad for 2nd Straight Day VOA 15 Sep 2005 -- A fresh wave of car bombings rocked the Iraqi capital of Baghdad on Thursday, killing at least 20 people and wounding nearly two dozen others.
- Operation Flea Flicker Sweeps through Zafaraniya AFPS 15 Sep 2005 -- U.S. and Iraqi forces searched houses and fields during Operation Flea Flicker in Zafaraniya, Iraq, Sept. 14, military officials reported today.
- Iraq: Al-Qaeda Claims Responsibility For Bombing Offensive RFE/RL 15 Sep 2005 -- A wave of car bombings continues in Iraq, where at least 23 Iraqis died in explosions today.
- Suicide Bombings in Baghdad Kill 22 Policemen VOA 15 Sep 2005 -- Iraqi officials say at least 22 policemen and several civilians were killed in three suicide bombings in Baghdad Thursday.
- Multiple Bomb Attacks In Baghdad Kill, Injure Dozens RFE/RL 15 Sep 2005 -- A series of bomb attacks have struck Baghdad today, killing at least 23 Iraqis.
- Baghdad Suicide Car Bomb Kills 16 RFE/RL 15 Sep 2005 -- Authorities say a suicide car-bomb attack in southern Baghdad today has killed at least 16 Iraqis, 10 of them police officers.
- Mosul terrorists captured MNF-I 15 Sep 2005 -- Acting on intelligence sources and tips from concerned citizens, Multi-National Forces recently raided suspected terrorist safe houses in the Mosul area, resulting in the capture of three Al-Qaida in Iraq terrorist leaders.
- As constitutional referendum nears, Iraqis must be more inclusive: Annan UN News Centre 15 Sep 2005 -- The draft process of the Iraqi constitution could have been more transparent and inclusive, and the Iraqi interim Government will need to ensure that a much broader political consensus shapes the upcoming constitutional referendum and national elections, according to a report released by Secretary-General Kofi Annan today.
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