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Latest War_Conflict Items
A leading Arab member of the Israeli parliament is threatening to sue the Israeli ambassador to the United States over an article the diplomat wrote that portrays him as a supporter of suicide bombers.
A "fragile" cease-fire brokered by the U.N. took hold in Syria on Thursday with regime forces apparently halting widespread attacks on the opposition.
The U.S. Army unveiled a new laboratory Wednesday that can simulate Afghanistan's desert heat and Antarctica's extreme cold in an effort to discover how to save energy and make combat vehicles fuel-efficient.
An official in Republic of Congo says four high-ranking officers have been arrested after a series of blasts at an arms depot left at least 292 people dead.
Syria promised to stop fighting in time for Thursday's deadline for a cease-fire brokered by special envoy Kofi Annan, but it also reserved the right to respond to any aggression, a hedge against any end in the fighting that has convulsed the nation for more than a year.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Wednesday called NATO a "relic of the Cold War era" but said Russia nonetheless should continue supporting the alliance's mission in Afghanistan.
Roadside bombings on Wednesday killed a local Afghan government official and a NATO service member, authorities said.
The Obama administration and the United Nations on Wednesday urged the governments of Sudan and South Sudan to halt the fighting that has pushed the two nations to the brink of an all-out war.
Special envoy Kofi Annan said Wednesday in Tehran that Iran could help solve the crisis in Syria, where activists reported fresh violence a day before an international cease-fire is supposed to take effect.