Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
19 January 2007 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- Casey Says Iraqis on Timetable for Commitments AFPS 19 Jan 2007 -- Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's government is delivering on its commitments for the new way forward in Iraq, the commander of coalition forces said here today.
- Gates Wraps Up Fact-Finding Trip, Praises Coalition Partners AFPS 19 Jan 2007 -- Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates today praised the efforts of coalition partners in Iraq during the final stop of a six-day fact-finding trip to Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East.
- U.S. to Increase Civilian Advisory Role in Iraq, General Says AFPS 19 Jan 2007 -- Stepping up civilian advisors' role in Iraq is a key part of President Bush's diplomatic strategy to stabilize the country, the chief operations officer for the Joint Staff said here.
- Pentagon Chief Cites Commitment To Helping Iraqis Fight Extremism Washington File 19 Jan 2007 -- U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates, on his second visit to Iraq within one month, says that nation is at a "pivotal moment" and the United States will do whatever is necessary to help the Iraqis fight extremism.
- Coalition General: Baghdad Operation Going Well So Far VOA 19 Jan 2007 -- The deputy commander of coalition forces in Iraq says the early stages of the new Baghdad security operation are going well, and he sees good signs for the future of the week-old effort
- US General Casey Optimistic About Securing Baghdad VOA 19 Jan 2007 -- General George Casey, the top American commander in Iraq, said Friday that some of the extra troops that U.S. President George W. Bush ordered to Baghdad could begin leaving in a few months if violence subsides
- Auditors Report Billions in Reconstruction Waste and Fraud in Iraq VOA 19 Jan 2007 -- Government auditors told Congress Thursday that waste and fraud in the reconstruction of Iraq have been rampant
- Officials: Billions in US Iraq Reconstruction Money Wasted VOA 19 Jan 2007 -- Bush administration officials have told U.S. lawmakers that as much as $3 billion of the $22 to $25 billion Congress appropriated to rebuild Iraq has been wasted through fraud and abuse by private contractors
Join the GlobalSecurity.org mailing list