Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
18 May 2006 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 18 May 2006 [PDF]
- DoD Identifies Army Casualty
- DoD Identifies Army Casualties
- 4 MND-B SOLDIERS, LOCAL NATIONAL KILLED BY ROADSIDE BOMB
- SAILOR KILLED MAY 17 DUE TO ENEMY ACTION
- Weekly Press Briefing May 18, 2006 -Maj. Gen. William B. Caldwell IV MNF-I 18 May 2006 -- IRAQ OPERATIONAL UPDATE BRIEFING BRIEFER: MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM CALDWELL, USA, SPOKESMAN, MULTINATIONAL FORCE IRAQ
- CENTAF releases combined airpower summary AFPN 18 May 2006 -- U.S. Central Command Air Forces officials released the airpower summary for May 14 to 17.
- Iraqi, Coalition Forces Stop Terrorists, Disarm Car Bomb AFPS 18 May 2006 -- Separate incidents in Baghdad and Mosul led to Iraqi and coalition forces killing or capturing several terrorists operating in those areas. Coalition forces also disarmed a car bomb in Mosul.
- Coalition Forces Respond to Hostile Activity in Ramadi AFPS 18 May 2006 -- Coalition forces engaged several insurgents near an abandoned train station in southeastern Ramadi, Iraq, May 16 in response to repeated hostile activity.
- Insurgents Kill 21 Across Iraq VOA 18 May 2006 -- Authorities in Iraq say insurgents killed at least 17 Iraqis and four U.S. troops in attacks across the country, Thursday.
- Pentagon Won't Confirm Charge of Iraq Massacre VOA 18 May 2006 -- The U.S. Defense Department has refused to confirm or deny a charge by a senior member of Congress, who says an investigation has concluded that a group of U.S. troops in Iraq killed at least 15 civilians during an incident last year
- General Touts Growth in Iraqi-Run Operations AFPS 18 May 2006 -- More than 80 percent of operations in Iraq currently are being performed either solely by Iraqi security forces or in concert with coalition troops, officials here said today.
- Iraq: Despite Reported Cabinet Deal, Some Parties Not Satisfied RFE/RL 18 May 2006 -- As leading Iraqi politicians announced this week that a deal on the cabinet was at hand, a number of political parties voiced their displeasure with the negotiations, saying sectarian politics were getting in the way of forming a national-unity government, signaling a possible setback in the talks
- SYRIA: More Palestinian refugees from Iraq arrive at border IRIN 18 May 2006 -- Despite an announcement by Syria that it would not receive any more Palestinian refugees on its territory, dozens of those fleeing violence in Iraq have continued to make their way to the border, hopeful of admittance.
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