Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
10 November 2005 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 10 Nov 2005 [PDF]
- DoD Identifies Marine Casualty
- Transcript: News Briefing with Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs Lawrence Di Rita 10 Nov 2005 -- Presenter: Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs Lawrence Di Rita
- Iraqi , U.S. Soldiers Secure Suicide-Bomb Site AFPS 10 Nov 2005 -- Iraqi and U.S. soldiers assigned to Task Force Baghdad responded immediately to the deadly suicide-bomb attack in central Baghdad around 9:45 a.m. local time today.
- Search for Zarqawi Continues Following Attacks in Jordan AFPS 10 Nov 2005 -- Iraqi and
coalition forces remain hot on the trail of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, al Qaeda's leader in Iraq, following the deadly Nov. 9 hotel bombings in Jordan, the Pentagon's top spokesman said today.
- Killed terrorist leaders identified MNF-I 10 Nov 2005 -- Coalition Forces identified two al Qaeda leaders killed by an air strike in Husaybah Nov. 2.
- Improvised explosive devices destroyed MNF-I 10 Nov 2005 -- Coalition air forces conducted air strikes against two large improvised explosive devices near Ramadi early Nov. 10.
- Al Qaeda in Iraq forger captured in Baghdad MNF-I 10 Nov 2005 -- Coalition Forces captured a senior member of a terrorist media cell in Baghdad Oct. 23.
- Five terrorists detained MNF-I 10 Nov 2005 -- A Task Force Band of Brothers patrol detained five terrorists after witnessing two of them attempting to detonate an improvised explosive device near Bayji early on the night of Nov. 9.
- Iraqi, U.S. forces capture dozens of terror suspects MNF-I 10 Nov 2005 -- Iraqi security forces and Task Force Baghdad Soldiers conducted cordon-and-search operations in eastern Baghdad, detaining terror suspects and seizing contraband Nov. 9-10.
- Suicide Bomber Strikes Baghdad Restaurant RFE/RL 10 Nov 2005 -- More than 30 people have been killed after a suicide bomber blew himself up at a crowded restaurant in Baghdad.
- At Least 40 Dead in New Iraq Violence VOA 10 Nov 2005 -- It has been a deadly day in Iraq, where two bombings have killed at least 40 people and injured dozens more.
- Operation Steel Curtain moves to Karabilah MNF-I 10 Nov 2005 -- Iraqi Army Soldiers and U.S. Forces have begun clear and hold operations in the city of Karabilah, approximately two kilometers east of Husaybah, as Operation al Hajip Elfulathi (Steel Curtain) enters into its sixth day.
- CENTAF releases airpower summary report AFPN 10 Nov 2005 -- Officials at U.S. Central Command Air Forces released today's airpower summary report.
- Baghdad raids net kidnappers, suicide bombers kill 30 Army News 10 Nov 2005 -- Iraqi Army Soldiers and Task Force Baghdad military police responded to reports of a suicide bomb attack in central Baghdad, Nov. 10.
- Task Force White Falcon medics fight good fight Army News 10 Nov 2005 -- Task Force White Falcon Soldiers provide emergency medical care to Iraqi civilians and Soldiers alike.
- WINNING THE WAR IN IRAQ Office of U.S. Senator John McCain 10 Nov 2005 -- "The past weeks in Iraq have filled our news with numbers. 10 million Iraqis streaming to the polls to determine their future democratically. A new constitution, enshrining fundamental rights, approved across the country by a 4 to 1 margin. Two Sunni-dominated provinces dissenting. Over 2,000 Americans killed in action since the war began.
- Rice to Press Wealthy Gulf States to Assist Iraq VOA 10 Nov 2005 -- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, en route to the Gulf at the start of a world-circling diplomatic mission, says she will press wealthy Arab states to assist Iraq, both before and after parliamentary elections being held in five weeks.
- Rumsfeld Cites Progress Toward Iraqis Providing Their Own Security AFPS 10 Nov 2005 -- People who wonder why it's taking so long for Iraqi security forces to become capable of providing for their nation's security need to look at what's happened since coalition forces toppled Saddam Hussein's regime, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said in a Nov. 8 radio interview.
- UN Program Says Contaminated Sites in Iraq Pose Health Danger VOA 10 Nov 2005 -- The U.N. Environment Program says Iraq has thousands of heavily contaminated sites that pose a danger to public health and the environment. It has just launched a report that assesses five environmental "hot spots" that were bombed or looted during the coalition-led war.
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