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10 July 2010 4:58

The German Foreign Minister says the country aims to begin handing over responsibility for security for Afghanistan's northern provinces to local forces next year. In a statement to the Bundestag, or lower house of parliament on Friday, German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said Germany should transfer at least one of the nine provinces it controls in the war-torn country by...

10 July 2010 3:37

North Korea welcomes UN Security Council's call for direct talks to ease tensions in the Korean Peninsula over the sinking of the South's warship. Tensions between the two countries further increased after the sinking of a South Korean warship, Cheonan, back in March that killed 46 sailors. Seoul says North Korea has targeted the warship. The UN on Friday refrained...

10 July 2010 1:36

An Australian soldier has been killed and another injured in southern Afghanistan, bringing the death toll for the nation's troops to 17. The 23-year-old soldier was on foot patrol in the Chora Valley in Uruzgan province when an improvised explosive device (IED) went off shortly after midnight on Friday. He was the sixth Australian soldier to die in Afghanistan over...

9 July 2010 17:34

North Korea proposes military talks with the US to ease tension over sinking of a South Korean warship that Washington and Seoul blame on Pyongyang. "This proposal is a manifestation of the unshakable will of the army and people of (North Korea) to probe the truth behind the 'Cheonan' case in an objective, scientific and fair way," the North's military...

9 July 2010 17:00

A high ranking US commander in charge of day-to-day military operations in Afghanistan warns that US casualties will continue to rise in the war-weary country. David Rodriguez said more troops will die in Afghanistan as the military attempts to oust the Taliban from their strongholds. Speaking at a Pentagon briefing, Rodriguez claimed that Afghanistan was on the right track, despite...

9 July 2010 16:11

Thousands of residents in Indian-administered Kashmir have taken to the streets to hold demonstrations in defiance of a strict curfew in the region. Police used rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse the protestors on Friday. Twenty police officers and twenty-one protestors were injured. Also on Friday, suspected militants launched 3 gun and grenade attacks against the security forces, injuring...

9 July 2010 11:22

Germany is to begin its pullout from Afghanistan next year, Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle told parliament on Friday. Westerwelle said the gradual withdrawal, which is expected to last through 2013, will start in a yet unidentified northern Afghan province, where German troops are stationed as part of the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), according to IRNA. A total...

9 July 2010 11:22

A British soldier serving with the US-led forces in Afghanistan has been killed in the country's troubled south, says the British Ministry of Defense (MoD). The MoD has confirmed that a British soldier was killed in a bomb attack in the restive Sangin district in Helmand Province. The death brings the total number of NATO troops killed in Afghanistan so...

9 July 2010 4:40

Iran's Finance Minister Shamseddin Hosseini says the value of bilateral trade between the country and India could hit $30 billion over the next five years. He made the remark at a the two-day meeting of the Sixteenth India-Iran Joint Commission which began in Indian capital, New Delhi, on Thursday. The volume of trade between the two countries has increased to...

9 July 2010 0:02

Another US-led soldier has been killed after an attack with an improvised explosive device (IED) in southern Afghanistan, International Security Assistance Force says. The identity or the nationality of the soldier who was killed on Thursday by the Taliban's roadisde bomb was not announced, AFP reported Friday. The death brings to 342 the total number of foreign forces to die...

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