06 November 2007 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 06 Nov 2007 [PDF]
- U.S. Sailor attacked (Salah ad Din)
- U.S. Soldiers attacked (Kirkuk)
- MNF-W forces attacked (Al Anbar)
- DoD Identifies Army Casualty
- DoD Identifies Army Casualty
- DoD Identifies Navy Casualty
- Rear Adm. Gregory Smith, Lt. Cmdr. Dowling, Nov. 6, 2007 MNF-I 06 Nov 2007
- Nov. 5 airpower summary: A-10s target insurgents AFPN 06 Nov 2007
- U.S. to Release Iranian Detainees; Evidence Shows Declining Influence AFPS 06 Nov 2007 -- The U.S. military will release nine Iranian prisoners because they no longer threaten Iraq's security, a U.S. military official said today.
- IED, Indirect-Fire Attacks Down By Half Since Troop Surge AFPS 06 Nov 2007 -- Improvised-explosive-device, mortar and rocket attacks have declined by 50 percent since the height of the troop surge in April, a Multinational Force Iraq spokesman said today.
- Coalition Forces Disrupt Foreign Terrorist, al Qaeda Networks AFPS 06 Nov 2007 -- Coalition forces killed eight terrorists and detained 10 suspects today during operations to disrupt al Qaeda and foreign terrorist networks in central and northern Iraq.
- Tarawa Expeditionary Strike Group Deploys Navy NewsStand 06 Nov 2007 -- The San Diego element of the Tarawa Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) departed Nov. 5 for a six-month deployment to the U.S. 5th and 7th Fleet areas of operations.
- Army Fields MRAP in Iraq Army News 06 Nov 2007 -- The new Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle is currently being fielded here for the first time anywhere, and Soldiers are getting their first hands-on look at the latest development in troop protection.
- General Sees 'Glimmers of Hope' in Baghdad Neighborhoods AFPS 06 Nov 2007 -- Just shy of his division's one-year mark of being on the ground in Iraq, the deputy commander for Multinational Division Baghdad said he sees "measured" and "remarkable" success within the capital city.
- Al-Najaf Governor Calls Federalism Best Solution For Iraq RFE/RL 06 Nov 2007 -- The governor of the Iraqi province of Al-Najaf says that federalism offers the best solution for Iraq's regions to reconstruct and succeed economically.
- PM-in-waiting calls for withdrawal of Polish troops from Iraq RIA Novosti 06 Nov 2007 -- Donald Tusk, set to become Poland's prime minister this week, said on Tuesday the country's military contingent in Iraq should be brought home next year.
- Turkey's president urges U.S. to fight Kurdish rebels in N. Iraq RIA Novosti 06 Nov 2007 -- Turkey's president called on the United States to engage more fully in his country's fight against Kurdish rebels in North Iraq.
- Turkey's President Says US Must Fight Terrorists in Northern Iraq VOA 06 Nov 2007 -- Turkey's president says his country "has decided" on how to proceed against Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq and has informed the United States
- Iran: Tehran's Proposal For Iraq Finds Few Takers At Conference RFE/RL 06 Nov 2007 -- At a conference of Iraq's neighbors in Istanbul on November 3, Iran unveiled its much-discussed proposal to deal with Iraq's security problems.
- LEBANON: Iraqi refugees face prison and deportation IRIN 07 Nov 2007 -- The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) puts the number of Iraqi refugees in Lebanon at 50,000 people, of whom only 8,476 are registered. Another 500 are being held in prison, it says, merely for violating immigration rules.
- Border Conflict Part of Complex Turkey-Iraq Relationship VOA 06 Nov 2007 -- Tensions again loom along the Turkey-Iraq border with a Turkish military incursion into northern Iraq and economic sanctions still a possibility despite diplomatic efforts to calm the situation
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