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Street battles in Somali capital amid famine help
http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/A/ ... 8-15-05-11

The AU troops also paid a heavy price, with one official saying 19 were wounded, and some of them were put on an ambulance jet bound for Kenya.

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EU extends Somalia military mission by one year
BRUSSELS | Thu Jul 28, 2011 3:06pm EDT
http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/07/ ... LL20110728

IT'S HUMANITARIAN

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28 July 2011 Last updated at 15:27 ET
US serviceman held amid 'plot' to attack Fort Hood
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-14329643

ARE YA SURE HE AIN'T GOIN' TO BLOW UP THE AIERPORT AT LA?

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http://www.mehrnews.com/en/newsdetail.a ... ID=1369342
18:32 , 7/27/2011
Azerbaijan culpable of border guards clash: police

TEHRAN, July 27 (MNA) – The national police chief has said that the reason behind the recent clash between Iranian and Azeri border guards was an illegal border crossing by the Azeri border guards.

Azeri officials admitted to the fault of their guards who had illegally crossed into Iran’s lands, and conceded that measure by the Iranian guards was legal, Esmaeil Ahmadi-Moqaddam told reporters on Wednesday in East Azerbaijan.

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http://www.news.az/articles/iran/39780
Azerbaijani officer killed by Iranian border guard?
Tue 05 July 2011 06:04 GMT | -1:04 Local Time

the Azerbaijani Border Service said that the shooting occurred at approximately 13.15 (08.15 GMT) on Sunday [03 July] in the territory controlled by a border post near the village of Arvana in Azerbaijan's Yardimli District.

Armed men crossed into Azerbaijan from Iran and opened fire on the border guards, before returning to the Islamic Republic, the Border Service said.

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July 27. 2011
Conclusion of Peace Agreement Called for: KCNA Commentary

A series of negotiations including the six-party talks for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula underwent twists and turns in the past due to the failure to properly understand that the establishment of a peace-keeping mechanism is essential for settling the Korean issue.

It is impossible to wipe out the mutual distrust nor is it possible to achieve a smooth solution of the issue of denuclearization as long as there persists the hostile relationship between the DPRK and the U.S., the signatories to the AA, the relationship in which they level their guns at each other. This is the lesson drawn from the process of the six-party talks.

http://www.kcna.co.jp/item/2011/201107/ ... -01ee.html

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Syrian People Determined to go ahead in Reform process, Committed to National Unity
Jul 28, 2011

The marches, donation campaigns and other activities in support of reform continued Thursday across the Syrian governorates, sending a clear message to the world that the Syrians are determined to push ahead with the comprehensive reform program and stick to national unity.

In Aleppo which witnesses on Friday the festival of "Salute from Loyal Aleppo to Syria", more than one million of citizens participated in the festival that was held in cooperation between the Governorate and Syria Youth Fingerprint on the occasion of Syrian Army Day.

http://www.sana.sy/eng/337/2011/07/28/361060.htm

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The Islamic Emirate Of Afghanistan:
The Process of Power Handover by the Foreigners Must not be Nominal
Thursday, July 28, 2011

Let’s see how realistic is the so-called security handover process and to what extent it can be called as genuine process of power transfer.

A case in hand is Helmand where the security responsibility was transferred to the Afghan [puppet] forces. But outside the parameters of the city, there are still 10,000 British troops stationed in various parts of the province. If we count the American and other foreign troops, their numbers would surpass tens of thousands of troops.

Kabul can be quoted as a second example of the process. The power transfer process will take place there soon, by completing power transition from the foreign forces to the Afghans’. There too, the foreigners have all epicenters of decision-making in their hands– right from the presidential palace down to the ministry of defense, the government departments and ministries.


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