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Latest War_Conflict Items
Three men caught in an elaborate FBI sting plotting to blow up New York synagogues and shoot down military planes were sentenced Wednesday to 25 years in prison.
Egyptian security forces clashed for a second day in Cairo with hundreds of youths demanding that the country's military rulers speed up prosecution of police officers accused of brutality during mass protests that forced President Hosni Mubarak to step down.
Greece fended off a bankruptcy that would have roiled global markets and threatened the future of the euro when lawmakers on Wednesday backed controversial austerity measures in the face of violent protests. More than 100 people were injured in riots.
The military commander who directed the raid that killed Osama bin Laden is warning that the escalating demands on U.S. special operations forces are hampering their training and could slowly eat away at their combat readiness.
Canada's prime minister unveiled Wednesday a personal flag for Prince William for use during his upcoming visit.
Organizers printed Moammar Gadhafi's portrait and mounted it on one of the flags decorating the road to the African Union summit venue back when he was expected to rule for life.
Iran's embattled president fired back Wednesday after a wave of arrests against his allies, claiming it's part of a "politically motivated" campaign to undermine his government and display the power of hard-line forces loyal to the country's ruling clerics.
The Obama administration's new counterterrorism strategy — the first since the killing of Osama bin Laden last month — will focus on would-be terrorists in the United States who are inspired by al Qaeda's "hateful ideology," the president's top adviser for homeland security and counterterrorism said Wednesday.
Sudan's president, wanted on a war-crimes warrant, won pledges Wednesday from China and its state-owned energy firm that they will continue investing in his country after its resource-rich southern region becomes independent next month.