March 2012 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- US Wants Iraq to Block Iran Weapons Sales to Syria VOA 22 Mar 2012 -- The United States wants Iraq to stop Iran from using Iraqi airspace to ship weapons to Syria.
- Al-Qaeda Claims Responsibility For Deadly Iraq Attacks RFE/RL 21 Mar 2012 -- The Iraqi wing of Al-Qaeda has claimed responsibility for a wave of explosions that killed some 50 people across Iraq.
- Arab League Summit Provides Test for Beleaguered Baghdad VOA 20 Mar 2012 -- Wracked by militant attacks, political divisions, sectarian tensions, and economic troubles, Iraq is expected to host Arab leaders.
- Explosions Across Iraq Kill Dozens VOA 20 Mar 2012 -- A series of bombs struck close to a dozen Iraqi cities as people went to work Tuesday morning.
- At Least 45 Killed In Series Of Blasts Across Iraq RFE/RL 20 Mar 2012 -- Some 45 people were reported killed and more than 200 others injured in a series of bombings across Iraq.
- Presidential Proclamation - National Day of Honor The White House 19 Mar 2012
- Iraqis March On War Anniversary RFE/RL 19 Mar 2012 -- Hundreds of thousands of people have marched in southern Iraq, demanding better living conditions.
- Iraq Better off After U.S. Withdrawal – Moscow RIA Novosti 16 Mar 2012 -- Russia reckons that the withdrawal of American troops from Iraq has not made the situation in the country worse, Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said on Friday.
- IRAQ: Iranian exiles decry conditions at new camp IRIN 12 Mar 2012 -- Some 3,500 Iranian dissidents in Iraq - members of the Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) opposed to Iran's current government - are protesting their transfer to a new camp on the outskirts of Baghdad, complaining the site resembles 'a prison'.
- Iraq: UN official calls for better access to services for the internally displaced UN News Centre 11 Mar 2012 -- The United Nations top envoy in Iraq today called for improved access to basic services for people living in the Al-Manar camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs), stressing that children in particular must be able to receive an education while living in the informal settlements.
- HRW Criticizes Iraq's 'Repressive' Response To Demonstrations RFE/RL 01 Mar 2012 -- Human Rights Watch has criticized Iraqi authorities for using "repressive means" to muzzle peaceful protests.
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