14 June 2007 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 14 Jun 2007 [PDF]
- DoD Identifies Marine Casualty
- DoD Identifies Army Casualty
- DoD Identifies Air Force Casualty
- June 13 airpower summary: Tankers add fuel to fight AFPN 14 Jun 2007 -- Coalition airpower supported coalition ground forces in Iraq and International Security Assistance Force troops in Afghanistan during operations June 13, according to Combined Air and Space Operations Center officials here.
- Police Action in Fallujah Pressuring Insurgents, Commander Says AFPS 14 Jun 2007 -- Expanded cooperation with the Iraqi police and army and the introduction of provincial security forces are helping stabilize Fallujah, Iraq, and the surrounding areas, a coalition commander said yesterday.
- Too Early to Discern Trends in Iraq, U.S. Officials Say AFPS 14 Jun 2007 -- It is too early to discern trends out of the U.S. troop "surge" as part of the Baghdad security plan, defense officials said here today.
- Negroponte: 'Harder' Days Expected as Baghdad Security Plan Takes Shape AFPS 14 Jun 2007 -- The fight for security in Baghdad is likely to "get harder over the coming months as we engage an increasingly desperate enemy," the deputy secretary of state said in Baghdad today.
- U.N. Security Council Backs Multinational Force in Iraq Washington File 14 Jun 2007 -- After reviewing the situation in Iraq, the Security Council June 13 extended the mandate of the U.S.-led Multinational Force in Iraq (MNF) and urged the international community to support Iraq in its pursuit of national reconciliation and economic development.
- Iraqi Leaders Call for Unity Following Mosque Bombing AFPS 14 Jun 2007 -- Iraqi leaders yesterday called for unity from the Askra Mosque, the scene of another terrorist attack.
- Turkey seeks Iraq, U.S. help in dealing with Kurdish insurgents RIA Novosti 14 Jun 2007 -- Turkey's foreign minister has urged Iraq and the U.S. to assist Ankara in cracking down on the separatist Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK).
- Iraq: Al-Sadr Calls For Restraint, But With What Objectives? RFE/RL 14 Jun 2007 -- In the wake of the June 13 bombing of a key Shi'ite shrine in Samarra, radical Shi'ite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr again finds himself the focus of attention
- IRAQ: Sectarian violence and displacement follow Samarra attack IRIN 14 Jun 2007 -- Civilians are defying a curfew to flee their homes in fear of an increase in sectarian violence after insurgents blew up two minarets at a revered Shia shrine in Samarra on 13 June
- Six Sunni Mosques Attacked in Wake of Samarra Bombing in Iraq VOA 14 Jun 2007 -- Despite attacks on Sunni mosques, Iraq is reported relatively calm in the wake of Wednesday's attack on a revered Shi'ite shrine north of the capital
- Iraq: Uneasy Calm Follows Attacks On Key Shi'ite Shrine RFE/RL 14 Jun 2007 -- Iraqi authorities have imposed a curfew in Baghdad and Samarra following a bomb attack on June 13 that destroyed the two minarets of Samarra's revered al-Askari (Golden) Mosque.
- Sunni Mosques Attacked in Iraq Following Samarra Shrine Blasts VOA 13 Jun 2007 -- Iraqi authorities say two more Sunni mosques were attacked Thursday after suspected al-Qaida militants bombed a revered Shi'ite Muslim shrine in Samarra Wednesday.
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