Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
24 October 2007 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 24 Oct 2007 [PDF]
- One MNC-I Soldier attacked, five wounded (Baghdad)
- Joint Press Briefing: Lt. Gen. Odierno, Iraqi Lt. Gen. Abud, Oct. 24, 2007 MNF-I 24 Oct 2007 -- Lt. Gen. Raymond Odierno, commander, Multi-National Corps-Iraq, and Lt. Gen. Abud Qanbar, commander, Baghdad Operational Command, provide an update on military operations in Iraq, Oct. 24, 2007
- Transcript: DoD News Briefing with Maj. Gen. Sherlock from the Pentagon 24 Oct 2007 -- Presenter: Director of Operational Planning, Joint Chiefs of Staff Maj. Gen. Richard Sherlock
- Oct. 23 airpower summary: Enemy forces are Thunderstruck AFPN 24 Oct 2007
- U.S. Forces Detain Suspected Terrorists in Central, Northern Iraq AFPS 24 Oct 2007 -- Coalition forces captured two wanted individuals and detained 19 suspected terrorists during operations today in the central and northern parts of Iraq.
- Dragon Talon II: MND-B troops find two caches, detain MNF-I 24 Oct 2007 -- Multi-National Division-Baghdad Soldiers found two caches and detained four individuals during ongoing clearing operations in the Rashid District Oct. 22.
- Bomb Blasts South of Baghdad Kill 8 Iraqis VOA 24 Oct 2007 -- Iraqi security officials say two bomb blasts have killed at least eight people in a mainly Shi'ite area south of Baghdad.
- US Congressional Budget Office: US War on Terror Could Cost $2.4 Trillion by 2017 VOA 24 Oct 2007 -- Economic advisors to Congress warn the cost of U.S.-led war on terror could exceed $2 trillion over the next 10 years
- U.S. Government Has Sympathy for Turkey's Position Against PKK AFPS 24 Oct 2007 -- Throughout the senior reaches of the U.S. government, there is increasing sympathy for the Turkish position that something has to be done about the PKK - a Kurdish terrorist group that is using camps in northern Iraq as safe havens, a senior defense official said here today.
- US Urges Iraq to Crack Down on Kurdish Rebels VOA 24 Oct 2007 -- U.S. officials are calling on Turkey and Iraq to exercise restraint, amid Turkish shelling of rebel bases inside Iraq.
- US Diplomatic Security Chief Resigns Amid Blackwater Scandal VOA 24 Oct 2007 -- The U.S. State Department's chief of diplomatic security has announced his resignation, a day after Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice ordered new measures to improve government oversight of private security guards in Iraq.
- Violence, Casualties Down in Iraq AFPS 24 Oct 2007 -- The U.S. troop surge in Iraq continues to have positive effects, as violence and casualties are decreasing in many areas of the country, the Joint Staff's director for operational planning said today.
- US Urges Iraq to Crack Down of Kurdish Rebels VOA 24 Oct 2007 -- U.S. officials are calling on Turkey and Iraq to exercise restraint, amid Turkish shelling of rebel bases inside Iraq. Turkish officials say the attacks are retaliation for a rebel ambush on Sunday that killed 12 Turkish soldiers
- Shiites Work Against Extremists, Generals Say AFPS 24 Oct 2007 -- A movement toward peace that began in mostly Sunni areas of Iraq now is moving into Shiite areas as well, a senior commander said in Baghdad today.
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