Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
15 February 2007 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- Transcript: Defense Department Media Roundtable With Secretary Of Defense Robert Gates And Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs Of Staff General Peter Pace 15 Feb 2007 -- Presenter: Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates
- Gates, Pace Give Update on Iraq, Afghanistan, Readiness AFPS 15 Feb 2007 -- Is the Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr in Iran? Maybe, maybe not.
- Gates, Pace Talk About Iranian Involvement in Iraq AFPS 15 Feb 2007 -- The U.S. military's goal in laying out the case against Iranians helping U.S. enemies in Iraq is to "stop these people from killing our troops, period," Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said here today.
- US Officials Worried About Iranian Involvement in Iraq VOA 15 Feb 2007 -- U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he is concerned to find Iranians involved in some of the explosives aimed at coalition troops in Iraq
- Nominees for US Ambassadors to Iraq, Afghanistan Appear Before Congress VOA 15 Feb 2007 -- President Bush's nominees to be the next ambassadors to Iraq and Afghanistan assured a Senate panel Thursday that if confirmed, they would work to promote stability in both countries
- US House Debate on Iraq to Extend Through Friday VOA 15 Feb 2007 -- Debate in the U.S. House of Representatives on President Bush's additional troop deployment for Iraq will extend through a fourth day, to allow all lawmakers in that chamber of Congress a chance to speak
- Iraqi People Share U.S. Expectations, Bush Says AFPS 15 Feb 2007 -- The people of Iraq are aligned with the United States in expecting the Iraqi government to do its part in moving the war-torn country forward, President Bush said here today.
- Official Defines Potential for Securing Iraq AFPS 15 Feb 2007 -- In spite of understandable skepticism over the fate of ongoing stabilization efforts in Iraq, a top U.S. military official said yesterday, the potential exists for success.
- Iraq: U.S. Plans To Take In 7,000 Refugees RFE/RL 15 Feb 2007 -- The United Nations refugee agency has welcomed U.S. plans to take in at least 7,000 Iraqi refugees.
- IRAQ: New security plan could make more homeless IRIN 15 Feb 2007 -- As part of its newly declared security crackdown to put an end to the relentless violence that threatens to divide the capital along sectarian lines, the Iraqi government has ordered the return of illegally seized houses of displaced families.
- Refugees From Iraq War are a Critical Problem for Jordan VOA 15 Feb 2007 -- The United States has announced plans to receive 7,000 Iraqi refugees during the next eight months -- a significant increase from the less than 500 Iraqi refugees who have been admitted since the U.S. invasion in 2003.
- US anti-Iran documents on Iraq forged - Zarif IRNA 15 Feb 2007 -- Iran's UN Ambassador Javad Zarif said here Wednesday that US President George W. Bush has resorted to a new adventurist policy of "accusing" aimed at concealing US mistakes in Iraq.
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