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02 December 2005 - Iraq Special Weapons News

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Reconstruction Issues
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Current Operations

Deployments

US Policy

  • Troops Should Talk About Afghanistan, Iraq Successes, Pace Says AFPS 02 Dec 2005 -- Senior military leaders - as well as rank-and-file servicemembers - should spread the good news about anti-terrorist and reconstruction successes in Iraq, the U.S. military's top officer said during his Dec. 1 address at the National Defense University here.
  • Defense Officials Outline Way Ahead in Iraq Strategy AFPS 02 Dec 2005 -- Defense officials outlined political, security and economic considerations in remarks on the way forward in U.S. national strategy toward Iraq at a policy forum here Dec. 1.
  • U.S. Investigates Alleged Info Operations Improprieties AFPS 02 Dec 2005 -- Senior U.S. military leaders in Iraq are now investigating allegations that information about U.S. operations in Iraq was improperly placed in Iraqi newspapers, according to a Multinational Force Iraq news release today.
  • Defense Department Report, December 2: Iraq Update Washington File 02 Dec 2005 -- The U.S. military commander in charge of training and equipping Iraqi security forces says his troops are partnering with and training new and seasoned recruits on how to protect and serve in a democracy.

United Nations

  • Iraq: UN envoy calls for all to vote in upcoming elections as way to reconciliation UN News Centre 02 Dec 2005 -- Reaffirming his plea, less than two weeks before elections, for all segments of Iraqi society to be included in the political transition, the senior United Nations envoy in the war-torn country today called for a transparent political process that is responsive to the aspirations of all of Iraq's communities.

Reconstruction Issues

Foreign Reactions

  • Reid plays up prospect of partial UK withdrawal from Iraq IRNA 02 Dec 2005 -- British Defence Secretary John Reid played up the prospect of a partial withdrawal of UK troops from Iraq next year by playing up the military strength of Iraqi security forces during a visit to Basra Friday.

News Reports



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