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Latest War_Conflict Items
NATO launched news airstrikes Wednesday on targets held by Col. Moammar Gadhafi as the rebel movement urged a stronger air campaign that will allow them to advance on Col. Gadhafi's territory.
China's first aircraft carrier could begin sea trials as early as this summer, and its deployment would change significantly the perception of the balance of power in the region, the chief of U.S. forces in the Pacific said Tuesday.
Although Libya is receding from the front pages and cable television, our involvement is not going to end soon. Attention will migrate to other issues, but the question of public approval will resurface, and with it the question of whether the White House should have sought congressional authorization and should do so even now.
Five generals pledged their loyalty to President Alassane Ouattara on Tuesday following the capture of the country's strongman leader after a four-month standoff, as French and Ivorian forces worked to eliminate the last pockets of resistance.
As bad as the government shutdown could have been ("Congress reaches deal to avert shutdown," Web, Friday), the new backroom budget deals being made could prove even worse, particularly if Congress reduces support for our troops overseas.
A roadside bomb killed two Afghan police officers as they were destroying opium poppies in the southern province of Kandahar on Tuesday while NATO said insurgents had killed three children during a coalition operation against a Taliban leader in the north.
Thudding cannons and somber music around Charleston Harbor ushered in the commemoration Tuesday of the nation's bloodiest conflict, with the North and South still deeply split on many issues a century and a half later.
Forces loyal to Swaziland's King Mswati III on Tuesday used water cannons and fired tear gas canisters and rubber bullets at pro-democracy demonstrators to break up a protest against sub-Saharan Africa's last absolute monarch.
Pro-government gunmen launched an attack on two villages in Syria's northeast on Tuesday, two days after security forces shot dead four protesters in the same region, a leading Syrian opposition figure said.