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China recently conducted a space test involving two satellites that rendezvoused several hundred miles above Earth in a maneuver analysts say will likely boost Beijing's anti-satellite weapons program.
Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said Wednesday that while the United States no longer is at war in Iraq, history will judge whether the fight was worth it.
On the eve of direct talks between the Israeli and Palestinian leaders this week, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas told Jews living in Judea and Samaria - which he calls the West Bank - to pack up and leave.
Opening Mideast peace talks under the shadow of fresh violence, President Barack Obama vowed on Wednesday not to allow "extremists and rejectionists" to undercut long-stalled negotiations on creating a sovereign Palestinian state beside a secure Israel.
U.S. officials on Wednesday charged the leader of Pakistan's Taliban with planning violent attacks against American forces in Afghanistan, including last year's suicide bombing that killed seven CIA employees.
The Obama administration on Wednesday put the Pakistani Taliban on its international terrorism blacklist and announced a $5 million reward for information on the group's leaders Hakimullah Mehsud and Wali Ur Rehman.
Uganda said Wednesday that it is ready to send 10,000 more troops to Somalia if the U.S. provides the funding, a move that would more than double the size of the African Union force in Mogadishu.
Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said Wednesday that history will judge whether the war in Iraq was worth it.
President Obama was granted an opportunity to give a victory speech about Iraq on Tuesday, courtesy of George W. Bush. He mentioned President Bush in passing, essentially damning him with faint praise. If Mr. Bush had followed Mr. Obama's strategic recommendations in 2007, the war in Iraq would have been lost years ago.