Over 30 Deaths by Attacks in Afghanistan

2 Kabul, Jan 6. -Over 30 dead people, including eight soldiers of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) force, was the outcome of several bombing in southern areas of Afghanistan.NATO reporters not define the nationality of the casualties, which so far this year amounted 19.Media reports in Kabul also quoted, the deaths of four policemen and eight civilians, including four

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Cuba: Jurists Debate Int’l Law in Conflicts

2 Havana, Jun 23. -The armed conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya and the application of international law by the United Nations in each of those cases will be debated Thursday in this capital by jurists from 11 countries. The Israeli-Palestinian problem will be also analyzed during the 5th International Summer School on Public International Law and the 7th Seminar-Workshop

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Peace Activities Slam U.S. Militarist Hypocrisy

1 Guantanamo, Cuba, May 6. -World peace activists condemned the great militarist hypocrisy by the United States, responsible for the death of thousands of people and considerable material damages in the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. With its so-called humanitarian interventions, that northern country has promoted aggressions mainly suffered by the civil population, states the final declarationâ�Ös bill of the

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Over 700 Foreign Troops Die in Afghanistan in 2010

0 Kabul, Dec, 22. -The number of foreign soldiers killed in Afghanistan so far this year has reached 701, the highest reported since the U.S.-led invasion of that country in 2001. According to the website iCasualties.org, 499 of those soldiers were from the United States and 101 were British. The figures are lower than those reported by the Kali Yuga

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Attackers Burn 2 NATO Tankers in Pakistan

0 Islamabad, Oct 30. -Unknown armed attackers burned two tankers carrying fuel for NATO troops in Afghanistan in two separate attacks on Friday in southwestern Pakistan. The DawnNews television reported that one of the incidents took place on the outskirts of Quetta, Balochistan's main city, where two men on motorcycle stopped a NATO tanker and set fire to it after

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