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

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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.”
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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
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Khalilzad: U.S. Patience 'Running Out'
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Five US soldiers killed by bombs

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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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