10 August 2007 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 10 Aug 2007 [PDF]
- DoD Identifies Marine Casualty
- Transcript: DoD News Briefing with Col. Castles from the Pentagon, Arlington, Va. 10 Aug 2007 -- Presenter: Commander, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division Col. John Castles
- Aug. 9 airpower summary: Fighting Falcons ready to strike AFPN 10 Aug 2007 -- Coalition airpower supported coalition ground forces in Iraq and International Security Assistance Force troops in Afghanistan during operations Aug. 9 according to Combined Air and Space Operations Center officials here.
- Balad's medics move into new facility AFPN 10 Aug 2007 -- Approximately 150 base volunteers and 380 Airmen with the 332nd Expeditionary Medical Group moved patients and equipment as they closed the doors on the old Air Force Theater Hospital and opened the doors to their pre-engineered facility here Aug. 3.
- U.S. Troops Detain Bomb-Laden Iraqi Bicyclist AFPS 10 Aug 2007 -- U.S. soldiers in Baghdad pursued and detained a bicyclist yesterday after being tipped off by concerned residents that he was transporting bomb-making materials on his bike.
- Operation William Wallace clears Abu Tina MNF-I 10 Aug 2007 -- Building upon recent success in the Diyala River Valley, Iraqi and Coalition Soldiers conducted Operation William Wallace, Aug. 8, to destroy al-Qaeda elements in the Abu Tina area.
- Iraqi Police: Car Bomb in Kirkuk Kills 7 VOA 10 Aug 2007 -- Iraqi police say a car bomb blast in a market in the northern city of Kirkuk has killed at least seven people and wounded dozens more.
- Bush Spends August Vacationing, Preparing for Release of Key Iraq Report in September VOA 10 Aug 2007 -- U.S. President George Bush spends much of the rest of this month away from the White House, either at his Texas ranch or his family's home in the northeast state of Maine, where he has lunch Saturday with French President Nicholas Sarkozy
- Long-Term Security in Iraq Depends on Economic Conditions, Official Says AFPS 10 Aug 2007 -- Getting Iraqis back to work is critical to Iraq's future as a stable, secure and prosperous country that can stand up to terrorists, the Defense Department official overseeing that effort said today.
- Trends Encouraging in Baghdad Hotspots, Commander Says AFPS 10 Aug 2007 -- The security situation in eastern Baghdad is improving, the coalition commander for that region said today.
- General Expresses Optimism About Iraqi Police Progress AFPS 10 Aug 2007 -- The deputy commander of the Civilian Police Assistance Training Team operating in Iraq said today that he's feeling "very, very optimistic" about progress over the past several months.
- Ban Ki-moon hails Security Council resolution on strengthened UN role in Iraq UN News Centre 10 Aug 2007 -- Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today that a new Security Council resolution on the work of the United Nations in Iraq paves the way for the world body to "enhance" its role in such key areas as national reconciliation, regional dialogue, humanitarian assistance and human rights.
- United Nations to Expand Role in Iraq VOA 10 Aug 2007 -- The United Nations Security Council has unanimously approved a resolution that expands the U.N. role in Iraq
- Supreme Leader: Iran fully supports popular Iraqi government IRNA 10 Aug 2007 -- Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Ali Khamenei told visiting Iraqi prime minister that the Islamic Republic of Iran fully supports the popular government of Iraq.
- LUKoil hopes to salvage Qurna deal with Iraq RIA Novosti 10 Aug 2007 -- LUKoil [RTS: LKOH] said it could still regain the right to develop Iraq's giant West Qurna-2 oil field once the country adopts a new oil law in September, a company spokesman said.
- US Military Praises Iraqi Forces For Protecting Pilgrims VOA 10 Aug 2007 -- In Iraq Friday, a car bomb killed at least eight people and wounded dozens more in the northern Kurdish city of Kirkuk
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