Monday, March 26, 2007

News Round-Up

+ 5 terrorists killed: Pakistan challenges northwestern Pakistani school militants after hearing that they wanted to "motivate" students for holy war

US Secretary of State Rice admonished Greece for its signing of a pipeline deal with Russia and Bulgaria, saying the transport of oil through Europe was “an issue of common interest for the USA and Greece.”
Human Rights Watch: torture and rape of pro-democracy activist and blogger Muhammad al-Sharqawi in police custody

+ Iran Warns That Sailors May Face Charges
Khalilzad: U.S. Patience 'Running Out'
Five US soldiers killed by bombs

Sri Lanka's Tamil Tigers have bombed an air force base next to the country's only international airport using attack aircraft for the first time in the island's long-running civil war.

+ Machine gun-toting terrorists in Baghdad gunned down a mixed Shiite-Sunni group of children playing soccer in a park: The Interior Ministry's daily report listed the children as among nearly 50 people killed Saturday in random attacks around the country, the report said.
+ U.S. doubts Saudi terror arrests
+ UK Extremists Encourage Violence against Women
+ Ex-Terrorist Tells Muslims to Stop Denying Islamic Terror...

Released: 2001. Filmmaker: Feminist Majority Foundation's Campaign to Stop Gender Apartheid in Afghanistan

Canadian Airforce McDonnell Douglas CF-188A Hornet (CF-18A), Winnipeg, Manitoba

Canadian Forces Air Command (AIRCOM or just Canadian AirForce) Canadair CT-133 Silver Star 3 (CL-30) - Nicknamed Silver Shark and flying with Utility Squadron VU-32 of CFB Shearwater in special colors. Location: Trenton, Ontario.

+ Canadian and US aircraft supporting the North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD) will conduct joint training in the Canadian North early next week.


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