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Latest War_Conflict Items
A group of Americans came under attack in their vehicle outside a restaurant in Yemen's capital, U.S. and Yemeni officials said Thursday.
A U.S. missile strike killed seven militants Thursday in a Pakistani region close to the Afghan border that has rarely seen such attacks, two Pakistani intelligence officials said.
Over the past six months, U.S. troops have wrested the school away from insurgents. They've hired Afghan contractors to rebuild it, and lost blood defending it.
Declaring significant progress in disrupting al Qaeda and combatting the Taliban, President Obama said Thursday the United States will start withdrawing U.S. troops from Afghanistan in July as promised. He still warned of sobering days, saying the war will remain a "very difficult endeavor."
The Obama administration yesterday released the unclassified portions of the Afghanistan and Pakistan Annual Review, produced by the National Security Staff. The upshot of the report is that things are getting better, but there's a long way to go.
Film critic Roger Ebert's new movie review television show has been cleared to air in 192 markets across the United States and worldwide on the Armed Forces Network.
After America's failure to bring the parties involved in the Middle Eastern conflict to the negotiating table, perhaps this is the time for the United States to pull back from active participation and allow Israel and the Palestinian Authority to make their own decisions about a possible peace. The Obama administration made a strategic blunder by placing the cessation of Israeli building in all sectors outside of the temporary, pre-1967 armistice lines as a top priority. This immediately escalated the demands of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas beyond any reasonable expectations.
Protesters clashed with riot police across Athens on Wednesday, torching cars, hurling gasoline bombs and sending Christmas shoppers fleeing in panic during a general strike against the government's latest austerity measures.
Wallace "Chip" Gregson, assistant defense secretary for Asian and Pacific security affairs, disclosed this week that the Pentagon has coined a new acronym for the threat posed by China's special missiles and other advanced weapons.