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Fortunately, at a time of growing tensions between Afghans and Americans, the only thing the soldier seems to have bruised was his career. He was pulled from the front line after local residents saw the rock-throwing and complained about the
www.thelocal.de/national/20130505-49539.html A German soldier was killed and another wounded in an attack by insurgents in northern Afghanistan on Saturday, the German army said. The last time a German death occurred there was almost two years ago.
Five U.S. fighters were killed by a blasting device in southern Afghanistan, a spokesman said Saturday the U.S. armed detachment. A apparatus exploded apparently he passed the convoy bearing infantry. In
Nigerian Military When Nigeria's Joint Security Task Force (JTF) responded to the distress call that insurgents had stationed themselves in Baga, the quiet town on the edge of Lake Chad on Friday 19th April, they didn't bargain for the use of Rocket
Over 600,000 personnel to monitor Pakistan poll Friday, 03 May 2013 Paramilitary soldiers head to provincial capital Quetta, ahead of general elections in Loralai, in restive Baluchistan province, Pakistan. Pakistan will deploy more than 600,000
The commanding military officer in charge of Bama Barracks, A.G Laka told the visiting Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima, that trouble started in the commercial town of Bama when armed Boko Haram gunmen attacked a police patrol vehicle of a
Government officials in Asian country same militants suspected of links to Al al-Qaida killed 5 troopers and wounded several others. Government officials said that the gunmen attacked army troops southeast of the capital, Sanaa.
Senegal One of the deadliest clashes between Islamist insurgents and security forces in northern Nigeria has destroyed much of a fishing town on the shores of Lake Chad, killed more than 180 people and highlighted the brutal tactics of Nigerian
By EMMANUEL UDOM Again, some 187 persons died in the bloody overnight battle between soldiers and suspected Boko Haram sect members in Baga, Bornu state, which occured at the weekend. The Red Cross made this
Suspected Boko Haram gunmen engaged soldiers in the border town of Baga, Nigeria, leaving 185 dead and the town wiped out by fire, officials said. The incident took place Friday when the gunmen -- hiding among civilians -- opened fire on soldiers,