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Afghan forces "yet to regain control" of symbolic southern district
Reuters India - 9/3/2015
KABUL Afghan forces are still battling for control of a symbolic district of southern Helmand province, the NATO forces commander told reporters, contradicting the defence ministry, after more than a
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Afghan forces 'yet to regain control' of symbolic southern district
Reuters UK - 9/3/2015
KABUL Afghan forces are still battling for control of a symbolic district of southern Helmand province, the NATO forces commander told reporters, contradicting the defence ministry, after more than a
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Mysterious gas sickens 300 girls
CNN - 9/3/2015
Story highlights The deputy governor said he believes the incidents were intentional gas attacks 208 girls fell ill at one school, and 115 girls were hospitalized from another On Thursday, 115 girls
Hundreds of girls hospitalized due to mysterious gas at school CNN
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Women in the U.S. military
Reuters India - 9/3/2015
Specialist Joanne Read, of the U.S. Army's Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 36th Infantry Regiment, First Armored Division, helps unload a resupply truck at Command Outpost AJK in Maiwand District, Kandahar
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NATO Chief Marks Opening Of New Hubs In Eastern Allies
Radio Free Europe - 22 Hours ago
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has attended the inauguration of a military center in the Lithuanian capital which was established to respond to a perceived new security threat from Russia. Stoltenberg
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Evidence Suggests Uzbek Regime Behind Shooting
Radio Free Europe - 23 Hours ago
A Swedish prosecutor says there is abundant evidence suggesting that Uzbek authorities were behind a February 2012 assassination attempt against an outspoken emigre cleric who was critical of President
Swedish Prosecutor Says Evidence Suggests Uzbek Regime Behind Imam's Shooting Radio Free Europe
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7 police killed in S. Afghanistan
Xinhua News Agency - 9/3/2015
LASHKAR GAH, Afghanistan, Sept. 3 (Xinhua) -- Seven police personnel were shot dead in Garmsir district of the southern Helmand province on Thursday, police said. LASHKAR GAH, Afghanistan, Sept. 3 (Xinhua)
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Hungary: Migrant Crisis A 'German Problem'
Radio Free Europe - 24 Hours ago
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has said people in Europe are “full of fear” because its leaders are “not able to control” an unprecedented influx of migrants. Speaking after talks with European
Hungary’s Orban Calls Migrant Crisis A 'German Problem' Radio Free Europe
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Kabul Hosts Regional Economic Conference
Radio Free Europe - 9/3/2015
Representatives of more than 30 nations and 40 international organizations have gathered in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, to discuss the country's future. Opening the sixth Regional Economic Cooperation
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Inside the SAS war on Islamic State
Herald Sun - 24 Hours ago
Video Image The Australian SAS: The Untold History 1:56 Play video A taste of the DVD series The Australian SAS, The Untold History. News Corp Australia 01 Sep 2015 News New battles ... Former SAS commander
The threat bigger than terrorism Daily Telegraph Australia
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US asks Pakistan to adopt aggressive approach against terror safe havens
Economic Times - 9/3/2015
WASHINGTON: The US has pushed top Pakistani leadership to adopt "an aggressive approach" against terrorist safe havens inside the country and warned that continuation of the current policy would adversely
Adopt aggressive approach against terror safe havens: US to Pak Deccan Herald
Adopt Aggressive Approach Against Terror Safe Havens: USA to Pakistan Outlook India
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King of clubs: intriguing tale of the ‘tank’ dinosaur’s tail
Japan Times - 9/3/2015
WASHINGTON – One of the most impressive weapons to appear during the dinosaur arms race of the Cretaceous Period was the big bony tail club wielded by some members of a group of tank-like plant-eaters.
Chehayeb argues for decentralizing waste management Lebanon Daily Star
Chehayeb calls for decentralizing waste management Lebanon Daily Star
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Clash leaves 1 soldier dead, wounds 2 in E. Afghanistan
Xinhua News Agency - 9/3/2015
ASSADABAD, Afghanistan, Sept. 3 (Xinhua) -- One Afghan soldier has been killed and two others sustained injuries during cleanup operations in Asmar district of the eastern Kunar province with Assadabad
XINHUA - Clash leaves 1 soldier dead, wounds 2 in E. Afghanistan Namibia Press Agency
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Air strikes by Pakistani forces kill 31 militants
MENAFN - 9/3/2015
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) WANA: Air strikes carried out by Pakistani forces have killed at least 31 people in the country’s volatile northwest officials said as an offensive against the Pakistani Taliban
Air strikes by Pakistani forces kill 31 milita... Qatar Peninsula
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Pak says Uighur militants eliminated
MENAFN - 9/3/2015
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) BEIJING: Almost all members of the Uighur militant group the East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM) have been eliminated from Pakistan the country's president said on Wednesday
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Court nod for Sharif CM to c&aign for party candidates
MENAFN - 9/3/2015
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and federal and Punjab ministers are allowed to fully campaign for their candidates in the forthcoming high-profile
Court nod for Sharif, CM to campaign for party... Qatar Peninsula
Court nod for Sharif, CM to campaign for party candidates Qatar Peninsula
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Pakistan to push for resumption of Afghan-Taliban talks
Economic Times - 9/3/2015
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is likely to persuade Afghanistan to resume talks with the Taliban after their parleys were snapped due to power struggle within the militant group following the death of its chief
Jaitley leaves for Turkey to participate in G-20 meet IBN Khabar
Pak to push for resumption of Afghan-Taliban talks Times of India
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China Holds Massive Military Parade To Commemorate WWII Victory
Radio Free Europe - 9/3/2015
China has marked the defeat of Japan in World War II with a lavish military parade in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Flanked by Chinese dignitaries and foreign leaders, including Russia's Vladimir Putin,
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RECCA conference opens in Kabul
Xinhua News Agency - 9/3/2015
KABUL, Sept. 3 (Xinhua) -- The sixth Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan (RECCA) opened in Kabul on Thursday. Delegates from more than 30 countries from the region and beyond and
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Russia Seeks UN Measure On Chemical Weapons In Iraq
Radio Free Europe - 9/3/2015
Russia is seeking to extend a United Nations measure on chemical weapons in Syria to cover suspected incidents of chemical weapons use in Iraq by the Islamic State group, the Russian UN ambassador said
Russia Negotiating UN Measure On Chemical Weapons Use In Iraq Radio Free Europe
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U.S. House To Vote Next Week On Iran Nuclear Deal
Radio Free Europe - 9/3/2015
The U.S. House will vote next week on a measure disapproving the Iran nuclear deal, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy announced September 2. The House will begin debating the measure September 9 and
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Obama To Reassure Saudi King Over Iran Nuclear Deal
Radio Free Europe - 9/3/2015
U.S. President Barack Obama will offer assurances to Saudi King Salman concerning the nuclear deal with Tehran, the White House said September 2. Obama is hosting Salman September 4 on the king's first
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Report: $1 Billion Wasted in Afghanistan Refugee Crisis
US News & World Report - 9/3/2015
Almost $1 billion in support from the U.S. government has done little to stem a refugee crisis in Afghanistan that has reportedly displaced millions of people from their homes and now accounts for tens
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Afghan Wireless Launches 3G High Speed Services In Helmand Province
Sys-Con Italia - 9/3/2015
]]> Debut of Helmand High Speed Service Marks Latest Success For AWCC Strategy To Deliver Global Class Wireless Service To All Major Afghan Cities in 2015 KABUL, Afghanistan , Sept. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/
Afghan Wireless Launches 3G High Speed Services In Helmand Pro… Asia PR News
Afghan Wireless Launches 3G High Speed Services In Helmand Pro... Asia Net
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Austrian police find 24 Afghan migrants locked in a van
Boston Globe - 9/3/2015
VIENNA — Twenty-four Afghans who were locked inside a van barely avoided suffocation before being discovered after a nighttime police chase on highways on the outskirts of Vienna, police said early Wednesday.
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