posted on Nov, 16 2007 @ 08:47 AM
In August, Tehran vowed to Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to hinder the smuggling of those weapons, called explosively formed penetrators,
or EFPs, and ammunition into the hands of extremists.
Maj. Gen. James Simmons, a deputy corps commander, said that in October, U.S. forces logged 1,560 cases in which bombs were either found and
That compared with 3,239 incidents in March, he said. The October figure was the lowest since September 2005, he added.
It seems like Iran is doing it's part in stopping the flow of weapons into Iraq. The UK reports a 90% drop in attacks on their troops in Basra, there
are apparently less weapons coming into the country now, so why has this been the worst year on record for US troop deaths?
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