07 May 2007 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 07 May 2007 [PDF]
- SMALL ARMS FIRE TARGETS MND-B SECURITY PATROL
- DoD Identifies Army Casualty
- DoD Identifies Army Casualty
- DoD Identifies Army Casualties
- DoD Identifies Marine Casualties
- Airpower Summary for May 6 AFPN 07 May 2007 -- Coalition airpower supported coalition ground forces in Iraq and International Security Assistance Force troops in Afghanistan in the following operations May 6, according to Combined Air and Space Operations Center officials here.
- Iraqi, Coalition Forces Detain 24 in Iraq AFPS 07 May 2007 -- Coalition and Iraqi forces detained 24 suspected terrorists in operations in Iraq yesterday and today, military officials reported.
- Study: US Troops Stressed by Iraq Deployments VOA 07 May 2007 -- The United States Department of Defense released Friday the results of a survey on the mental health and well being of the troops deployed in Iraq
- Iraqis Can Move Forward as Surge Takes Hold, General Says AFPS 07 May 2007 -- Eighty percent of the U.S. military units involved with the surge of troops into Baghdad and western Iraq are now in place, a senior U.S. military officer said in Baghdad yesterday.
- Institutional Competence Slow, But Growing, General Says AFPS 07 May 2007 -- Coalition experts have identified trouble areas in the training regimen for the Iraqi security forces but see cumulative progress overall, the top U.S. training official in Iraq said.
- PRESS CONFERENCE BY SPECIAL ADVISER ON IRAQ COMPACT ON SHARM EL-SHEIKH TALKS United Nations 07 May 2007
- UN political adviser to hold talks in Saudi Arabia on aid to Iraq UN News Centre 07 May 2007 -- Just back from the official launch of the International Compact on Iraq, a five-year plan for peace and development, the top United Nations envoy on the issue today said he will travel to Riyadh to discuss aid to the war-torn country with Saudi officials.
- Signs of Progress Seen in Anbar Reconstruction AFPS 07 May 2007 -- Iraq’s infrastructure is slowly improving despite years of neglect under Saddam Hussein’s Baath party and the current “costly insurgency,” a military commander said.
- IRAQ: Families begin to flee Baghdad suburb as US-led forces strike IRIN 07 May 2007 -- Dozens of families started to flee Sadr City, the main Shi'a district of Baghdad, on Sunday following raids by US-led forces against suspected militants.
- IRAQ: Hundreds of displaced children in south unable to get school places IRIN 07 May 2007 -- The increase in the number of displaced children in the southern governorates has left hundreds of students out of school, according to education departments in the south.
- SYRIA: EU preparing new aid for Iraqi refugees IRIN 07 May 2007 -- The European Union (EU) is preparing to boost its assistance to Iraqi refugees in Syria by a further €6 million, building on the €10.2 million it gave regional partners in March.
- Red Cross Appeals for Nearly $30 Million for Iraq VOA 07 May 2007 -- The International Committee of the Red Cross is appealing for nearly $30 million to substantially increase its humanitarian work in Iraq
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