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Christopher Serju, Gleaner Writer Tivoli resident Nadine Sutherland yesterday recounted the horror of two nephews being killed by members of the security forces, she claims, during May 2010, when policemen and soldiers went into the community in
As it braces for its upcoming presidential election, Afghanistan finds itself at another critical juncture, with its unity and territorial integrity at stake after 35 years of relentless war. Can Afghanistan finally escape the cycle of militancy and
Tunisia Islamist militants across North Africa have been fighting governments in Egypt, Libya, Algeria and Mali for not imposing harsh sharia law, launching terror attacks and even full blown military offensives against them...The first to cast off a
Search Search Even as the president pushes for new anti-terrorism powers, Washington continues to ignore warnings that its nuclear-weapons facilitieshigh on any terrorist target listare frighteningly vulnerable. So Rich Levernier, who spent six years
Venezuelan soldiers have cleared protesters from Plaza Altamira in the capital Caracas. The square in the east of the city has been at the centre of anti-government demonstrations which have disrupted the country for more than a month. President
Women commanders have come to constitute almost half of the armed cadre of Maoists and are playing a major role in encounters, like they had done in the Sukma encounter in Chhattisgarh on March 11, security forces believe. It is difficult to get a
Ahead of the first phase of election in 70 Assembly seats and 10 Lok Sabha seats in Naxal-dominated districts of Orissa, security forces achieved a major success when they busted a Maoist camp operating in the Chhattisgarh forests on the state border.
The top American commander in Afghanistan warned Wednesday the country would deteriorate quickly if the U.S. withdraws completely by the end of this year. Testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee in a nearly empty hearing room, Gen.
Although various questions like failure of intelligence, unpreparedness of security forces and allied issues are being raised in the print and visual media and are also being discussed by public at large the fact is that they are mostly invalid
President Barack Obama has threatened to withdraw all American forces from Afghanistan if a new security agreement is not signed by the end of the year, but there is no legal reason the U.S. has to resort to the "zero option," as administration