NATO – North Atlantic Treaty Organization

NATO – North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Europe, North and Central America
NATO did not participate as an organization in the US-led attack on Iraq in 2003, but NATO provided some support, including satellite and communications support, to Polish units responsible for a larger area of ​​Iraq. After the war, NATO engaged to a limited extent in Iraq. At the request of the new Iraqi interim government, the alliance sent a small operation to the country in August 2004. The main task of the NATO training implementation mission in Iraq (NTIM-I), consisting of about 300 people, was to train Iraqi military units and security forces so that they could eventually take over responsibility for security and order in the war-torn and divided country. Note: NATO stands for North Atlantic Treaty Organization on Abbreviationfinder. Libya In early 2011, unrest flared up in Libya at…
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Libya 2007

Libya 2007

Africa
Yearbook 2007 Libya. According to CountryAAH, Tripoli is the capital city of Libya. Five Bulgarian nurses and one Bulgarian doctor with a Palestinian background, who were all sentenced to death for having infected Libyan children with HIV, were released in July after eight years in prison. On July 11, the country's highest court ruled the death sentences, but just a week later another body turned the sentences into life imprisonment. It was reported that that decision came since the Benghazi International Fund, funded by a. The EU, the US and Bulgaria had paid close to SEK 3 billion in compensation to relatives of the more than 400 infected children. French President Cecilia Sarkozy visited Libya's leader Muammar al-Khadaffi twice in the case. On her last visit, together with EU Commissioner…
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