BBC | August 9, 2011
Syrian security forces have continued operations to crush protesters, even as the Turkish foreign minister pressed President Basharal-Assad to stop them.
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Posted in Displacement, Foreign Aid, Government, Internal Displaced Persons, Refugee Camps, Southeast Asia, Sri Lanka, Uncategorized, tagged IDPs, India, resettlement, return, Sri Lankan government, Tamils on April 28, 2010|
Posted in Actors, Afghanistan, Central Asia, Country, Government, India, Insurgents, ISAF, Journalists, Military, NATO/Allies, Pakistan, Region, Taliban, Terrorists, United States, tagged Afghan Taliban leader, Afghanistan, Baluchistan, India, Insurgents, Lashkar-e-Taiba, militants, Mullah Muhammad Omar, Nato, Pakistan, Pakistani Taliban, Quetta, Sirajuddin Haqqani, Swat Valley, Taliban, US government, us military, Waziristan on July 22, 2009|
By ERIC SCHMITT and JANE PERLEZ
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Pakistan is objecting to expanded American combat operations in neighboring Afghanistan, creating new fissures in the alliance with Washington at a critical juncture when thousands of new American forces are arriving in the region. (more…)
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By CNN News
The Sri Lankan army overran two Tamil Tiger rebel positions in the country’s north on Tuesday, the military reported on its Web site.
Recently captured rebel weapons stacked up in the former Tamil stronghold of Kilinochchi.
The rebels “suffered double blows, losing two heavily fortified defense positions as … troops made predawn incursions at identified terror strong points located south of Valayanmadam today,” the Ministry of Defense said.