Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
29 June 2006 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- Lawmakers, Experts Debate Iraq Weapons of Mass Destruction VOA 29 Jun 2006 -- The ongoing controversy over weapons of mass destruction in Iraq has again been in the spotlight on Capitol Hill
- Munitions Found in Iraq Meet WMD Criteria, Official Says AFPS 29 Jun 2006 -- The 500 munitions discovered throughout Iraq since 2003 and discussed in a National Ground Intelligence Center report meet the criteria of weapons of mass destruction, the center's commander said here today.
- Iraq Marks Two Years of Sovereignty, Progress Washington File 29 Jun 2006 -- Iraq, which is marking two years of sovereignty, has achieved a great deal in that time, a top coalition forces spokesman said June 29.
- U.S., Australian Defense Ministers Affirm Continued Cooperation Washington File 29 Jun 2006 -- The United States and Australia have fought side by side in many areas since World War I and will continue to do so, U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and Australian Minister of Defense Brendan Nelson said in a joint press conference on June 28.
- Mosque Bombing Co-Conspirator Nabbed in May, Officials Reveal AFPS 29 Jun 2006 -- A key al Qaeda operative implicated in the February bombing of a prominent Iraqi mosque was captured last month, a senior U.S. military officer said in Baghdad today.
- Iraq's US Ambassador Calls for Regional Help at US-Arab Economic Forum VOA 29 Jun 2006 -- Iraq's ambassador to the United States, Samir Sumaida'ie, spoke at the final luncheon of the US-Arab Economic Forum in Houston Wednesday, calling on neighboring nations to give more assistance to his country's recovery.
- Analysis: A Tale of Two Iraqi Cities cfr.org 29 Jun 2006 -- To date, most of the ink spilled on Iraq has been devoted to the country's escalating violence, its substandard reconstruction, the Sunni Triangle, or the political goings-on in the Green Zone
- Kurds Seek Justice in Next Saddam Trial VOA 29 Jun 2006 -- Iraq's High Tribunal announced this week that former dictator Saddam Hussein and six co-defendants will go on trial August 21 for the mass killing of tens of thousands of Iraqi Kurds during the 1980s in what was called the Anfal Campaign
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