From BBC News MiddleEast 21 November, 2012 updated at 5:10 ET Israel-Gaza crisis: New attacks amid truce discussions The attack on the Hamas government compound was one of the largest so far Continue reading the main story Middle East Crisis Gaza-Israel violenceLive Conflict’s legality Levels of support Q&A: Israel-Gaza violence Israeli missiles have destroyed a … More Israel-Gaza crisis: New attacks amid truce discussions
The Effectiveness of The Defense Sector After January 2013 Editorial by Richard Kaplan | Washington DC | Monday November 19th, 2012 January 2013 will be a critical period for the Department of Defense if the Congress and the White House fail to reach an agreement on future decrements to Government spending to reduce the Nation’s … More United States Military Preparedness: The Effectiveness of The Defense Sector After January 2013
By Jonathon Burch CEYLANPINAR, Turkey | Tue Nov 13, 2012 9:03am GMT (Reuters) – A Syrian warplane bombed the town of Ras al-Ain for a second day on Tuesday, metres (yards) from the Turkish border, sending up thick plumes of smoke and causing residents on the Turkish side to scurry for cover. Forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad are … More A Second Day of Bombing in Turkey by Syrian Warplanes
Summit of African leaders approved a proposal Sunday to send 3,300 troops to maili to help evict Islamist radicals who have taken control of that country’s northern territory. From Vladimir Duthiers, CNN updated 5:12 AM EST, Mon November 12, 2012 LAGOS, Nigeria (CNN) — A summit of African leaders approved a proposal Sunday to … More Troops could be headed to Mali to fight Islamist extremists
Marburg Haemorrhagic Fever Outbreak continues to spread in Uganda – Report and article in it’s entirety provided by World Health Organization (WHO) Listen Eleven people have so far died as a result of the outbreak of Marburg haemorrhagic fever in Uganda, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). 20 cases of the deadly viral disease … More Marburg haemorrhagic fever continues to spread in Uganda
The number of journalists killed in the line of duty in Somali this year has reached 18, the second highest toll in the world after Syria according to the UN Human Rights Office (OHCHR). More Somali journalists killed in line of duty Download The latest victim is Warsame Shire Awale, a well known Somali musician … More More Somali journalists killed in line of duty:
Deputy Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter met with Afghanistan’s defense and interior ministers in Kabul to emphasize the U.S. commitment to the Afghan national security forces and the ongoing development of the Afghan forces’ enabling capabilities. via Carter Meets With Afghan Officials in Kabul.
It’s so easy to see the mistakes looking ‘back’ onto it. I highly recommend people to stop and think about anything you could say or do that would make these folks feel any worse about what happened, than they already do. These security experts are the best in the world. This was an act of Terrorism and … More A Call for Unity : Libya Attack
Citing Syria, UN Chief tells forum that governments around the world must heed demands of their people 8 October 2012 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged governments – in particular those undergoing transitions in North Africa and the Middle East – to meet the demands of their people and promote economic and social development. “I have consistently … More Citing Syria, UN Chief tells forum that governments around the world must heed demands of their people
Differing views does not mean a contradiction in news or statements made Today as the United Nations tells of Somalia‘s progress on peace, the Department of Defense releases a story with what might appear to be contradictory viewpoint. It’s not really, see, the United Nations is looking from things at a Global Perspective and in … More Economic Warfare: An Aside #3 Differing views: Somalia
World War III Attempt.