Tuesday, August 31, 2010

President Obama To Address The Nation On Iraq Transition

Obama to Address US on Iraq Transition -- Voice Of America

President Barack Obama will address the American people on Tuesday about the new advisory and training role for the U.S. military in Iraq. Mr. Obama's speech from the Oval Office comes after a visit with U.S. troops at Ft. Bliss, Texas and private visits at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington with soldiers wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The president is expected to explain to Americans what the U.S. has accomplished in Iraq since 2003, underscore a continuing commitment to Iraq's stability, and pay tribute to the sacrifices by American military personnel.

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More News On President Obama's Address To The Nation On Iraq

Obama's prepares to deliver Oval Office address on Iraq -- USA Today
Obama speech on Iraq has risks -- Washington Post
Obama to Make 2nd Oval Office Speech -- New York Times
Obama to mark end of Iraq combat ops -- ABC News (Australia)
Obama visits US troops, plans Bush call -- AFP
Troops yet to give Obama full salute -- Washington Times

Biden in Iraq for Talks and Handover -- New York Times
Biden in Iraq to mark end of U.S. combat mission -- USA Today
Biden says US won't abandon war-battered Iraq -- AP
Biden pays surprise visit to Iraq -- Al Jazeera
U.S. VP Biden visits Iraq as troops withdraw -- Reuters
Biden in Iraq to mark end of U.S. combat mission -- L.A. Times

Timeline: Invasion, surge and withdrawal - U.S. forces in Iraq
-- Reuters

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