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1 March 2010 7:44

At least four Afghan civilians and one US-led soldier have been killed in a bombing outside the southern city of Kandahar, officials say. The attack occurred Monday morning as a military convoy crossed a bridge between Kandahar airport and the city. Meanwhile, several US-led service members were injured, a NATO spokesman said without giving further details. Two other civilians were...

1 March 2010 0:09

The Tajikistanis have gone to the polls in the country's parliamentary elections, which are expected to extend the rule of incumbent President Emomali Rakhmon's Democratic People's Party. Sunday's elections come as Rakhmon introduced his own 23-year-old son, Rustam Emomali, as a possible successor. The Democratic People's party already holds 57 of the lower house of parliament's 63 seats, while sidelining...

28 February 2010 9:55

International Security Assistance Force confirms (ISAF) another US-led soldier has been killed in Afghanistan, rising foreign troops' casualty to 101 this year. "An ISAF service member died today as a result of small-arms fire in western Afghanistan," ISAF said in a brief statement on Sunday. The statement added that the Saturday death was not associated with new the US-led operation....

27 February 2010 15:54

The police in the United Arab Emirates insist that most of the suspects behind the terrorist murder of a senior Hamas leader in Dubai will be found in Israel. "What is sure right now is that the majority of the murderers whose names have been announced ... are to be found in Israel," said Dubai police chief Lieutenant General Dahi...

27 February 2010 3:52

Iran's Parliament (Majlis) Speaker Ali Larijani says the Non-Proliferation Treaty, NPT, has so far proven inefficient in nuclear disarmament. "NPT has no authority to act for nuclear disarmament," Larijani told reporters on Friday, on the fourth day of his visit to Japan. "The treaty has been unable to get rid of even a single nuclear warhead and it is generally...

26 February 2010 18:22

Yemen's Hezbollah Movement Houthi fighters say the central government has kept its siege over the capital of the northern province of Sa'ada. "The army continues to this moment to refuse to lift the siege on the city of Sa'ada," the Houthis said on their website on Thursday, adding that the Yemeni soldiers were re-establishing military checkpoints on the newly-opened roads,...

26 February 2010 6:31

A series of explosions and gun battles have killed at least 17 people and wounded thirty others, including foreigners, in the Afghan capital, Kabul. According to Afghan officials, the Friday morning attacks took place near a hotel and guest houses that are generally used by foreign nationals. The casualties reportedly include several foreigners. Security force members guarding the area are...

26 February 2010 0:16

The British Ministry of Defense has announced that two of its soldiers have been killed in separate incidents in the troubled Southern Afghanistan. According to British officials, the first fatality took place on Wednesday when an airman was killed in an explosion near an air base in north of Kandahar. The second soldier was shot dead when his foot patrol...

26 February 2010 0:04

Beijing once again has shrugged off Washington's call for harsher sanctions against Iran over its nuclear activities. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently said she expects the UN Security Council to impose new sanctions against Iran within the “next 30 to 60 days.” Clinton claimed that the US administration's overtures to Tehran have helped Washington gain greater international support...

26 February 2010 0:01

South Korea has ignored Taliban threats over sending troops back to war-ravaged Afghanistan, saying Seoul will deploy about 350 more soldiers in July. The parliament approved the deployment by 148 votes to five on Thursday. Many opposition legislators boycotted the vote, saying that a majority of Korean people oppose the mission. South Korean opposition Democratic Labor Party members and Korean...

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