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Preparations for the war-time transfer of power in the U.S. during a war since Vietnam are underway.
Afghan tribes are neccesary on the battlefield to fight against the Taliban and other extremists in the same way local militias rose up to oppose insurgents in Iraq.
There are still many questions about the health of North Korean leader Kim Jong il, but one thing is for sure.
Iran's foreign minister has met with Syrian President Bashar al-Asad and condemns the US helicopter attack on an al Qaida stronghold in Syria. Manucherhr Mottaki said the attack was designed to create a rift among the governments in the region.
Imagine this. A submersible aircraft that can fly hundreds of nautical miles, withstand rough waters and then go underwater to drop off commandos in enemy territory.
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A jihadist website has posted a new audio message entitled "Time of the Strike."
The Venezuelan government is touting the successful launch of its first satellite as part of a joint project with China that started three years ago.
The company that developed MRAPs - mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicles - unveiled a new prototype of a lighter armored vehicle on which the company is staking a key part of its future.
Anybody but Mullah Omar. Agence France Press is reporting the Afghan government is willing to negotiate with some elements of the Taliban to try to end the war in Afghanistan...