Af/Pak & Other News (8/9/2012)

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Aug 9, 2012, 12:42:49 PM8/9/12
No need for joint North Waziristan operation, says Pakistani military,
as it is underway:

Taliban threaten to kill cricket star:

Afghan soldier fires on NATO troops: ISAF:

Pakistan swelling nuclear arsenal to counter India: US report:

Tunnel from Pakistan for major induction into India:

India’s first indigenous aircraft carrier delayed by three years:

Obama’s Counterterror Chief: What War in Yemen?:

Turkish soldier killed, 11 wounded in double bomb attack in Aegean

Clashes rage in rebel bastions of Syria's Aleppo:

Syrian fighter jet strafes farming village:

Why Tiny Tartus Is No Threat:

EU raps Lebanon on Syrian refugee move:

Flame and Stuxnet Cousin Targets Lebanese Bank Customers, Carries
Mysterious Payload:

Murky plots, attacks are tied to Israel-Iran shadow war:

'Sinai terrorists supported from Afghanistan, Iraq':

Egypt's spy chief ordered to retire after Sinai attack:

Sukhoi Tests New Radar Array for 5th-Generation Fighter:

Kremlin Wiretaps Dissident Blogger — Who Tweets the Bug:

Guarani Armored Vehicles: Defense Signs Contract for Production of 86

AUVSI: AAI's CUSVs team up against mines:

Lockheed Martin Procerus Technologies Unveils New Unmanned Quad Rotor
Vertical Take-Off and Landing System:

Blackwater Pays Millions in Arms Smuggling Case:

U.S. Navy Eyes More Subs, But CBO Says Shortfalls Remain:

Army Chief Wants Grey Eagle Drones In All Divisions, But Can't Buy

Boeing: Laser Small Diameter Bomb Could Fill Gap:

AUVSI: Drone America shows new amphibian:

Russia and Canada Gear Up for Arctic Non-War:

‘Flying’ The Centaur Optionally Piloted Aircraft:

U.S. starts its first Agent Orange cleanup in Vietnam:

First Flight Test Successful for Army's Long Endurance Multi-
Intelligence Vehicle Air Vehicle:

Brennan Hints at Proxy War Redux:


Aug 10, 2012, 7:42:17 AM8/10/12
Il 09/08/2012 18:42, ha scritto:
> India�s first indigenous aircraft carrier delayed by three years:

For really obvious reasons, I must point that the defect was in the
*internal* part of the power transmission, not the *external* one, so no
one outside India's procurement has meddled with that carrier....

Best regards from Italy,
dott. Piergiorgio.

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