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24 January 2010 17:51

The Head of the National Iranian Gas Export Company says Pakistan has agreed to secure the transfer of Iran's exporting gas to India via its soil. ”According to a gas deal signed between the two countries, Islamabad will be responsible for the transfer operations of Iran's exporting gas in Pakistan's territory,” Reza Kasaeizadeh told semi-official Mehr News Agency on Sunday....

24 January 2010 17:50

NATO's international Security Assistance Force (ISAF) confirmed on Friday that explosions have claimed the lives of five US soldiers in war-torn Afghanistan over the past 24 hours. The ISAF announcement came as three troopers were declared dead on Sunday following a home-made bomb explosion. The incident was followed shortly by a third fatality, when a similar improvised explosive device detonated....

24 January 2010 8:44

Two US soldiers are killed in an improvised bomb explosion in southern Afghanistan, bringing the total number of Americans killed in the country this year to at least 24. "Two ISAF service members from the United States were killed today in an IED (improvised explosive device) strike in southern Afghanistan," the NATO's International Security Assistance Force said in a statement...

24 January 2010 8:10

A report by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) shows India can overtake Japan as the world's third largest economy by purchasing power parity (PPP) by 2012. India's economy expanded 7.9 % in the second quarter of 2009-10 and is expected to grow over 7 % in the whole fiscal hear, posits the global accounting firm. According to the key policy makers of Prime...

24 January 2010 4:11

Yemen, Britain, and the United States have discussed preparations for the upcoming London conference on extremism in Yemen. Representatives of 21 countries plan to participate in the January 28 conference, called by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. On Saturday in Sana'a, Yemen's Undersecretary of the Foreign Ministry, Mohi al-Deen al-Dhabi, held separate meetings with US Ambassador Stephen Seche and British...

24 January 2010 3:08

Houthi fighters say the Saudi army has conducted 18 airstrikes in the latest attacks along the border of northern Yemen. The Houthis said late on Saturday that hundreds of Saudi rockets and mortar shells were fired into villages in Sa'ada province overnight. On Friday, the Houthis said a number of advances by government forces had been repelled and several tanks...

24 January 2010 1:48

The press office of the Yemeni Hezbollahi Movement Houthi fighters released video footage of Abdul-Malik al-Houthi on Saturday in response to certain media reports, questioning the Movement leader's health. The 38-second video showed a tired al-Houthi unable to move his left arm, but disproved media reports that he had had one leg amputated following an injury. The leader was asked...

24 January 2010 1:06

Riyadh has announced new casualties of its war on the Houthi fighters of Yemen after the bodies of 20 Saudi soldiers were found along the border. Assistant Minister of Defense, Prince Khaled bin Sultan, said the bodies were found months after they disappeared during an attack on Muslim fighters in northern Yemen, United Press International reported. Prince Khaled said six...

24 January 2010 1:01

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has stressed that Berlin remains committed to training Afghan security forces in the face of mounting calls for the withdrawal of troops from the war-torn country. In her weekly video podcast on Saturday, Merkel daringly confirmed that Germany would concentrate its military efforts in northern Afghanistan, where a controversial German-ordered airstrike killed as many as 142...

24 January 2010 0:02

Two US service members have been killed in southern Afghanistan, bringing the total number of Americans killed in the country this year to at least 22. An improvised explosive device killed the soldiers on Saturday, according to NATO's International Security Assistance Force. The military alliance did not disclose further details about the incident. US military deaths in Afghanistan doubled in...

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