Af/Pak & Other News (3/25/2013)

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Mar 25, 2013, 11:25:30 PM3/25/13
Pakistani Taliban threaten former President Musharraf with 'death

Afghan insurgency will outlast withdrawal: US general:

Aircraft Survivability:

'Angel of death' leaves legacy during 'Enduring Freedom':

The Promise:

Australia to withdraw most troops from Afghanistan by year-end:

Karzai Has Nothing but Praise for U.S. Upon Bagram Prison Transfer:

Kerry, Karzai bury hatchet in Kabul meeting:

More Join Hunger Strike at Guantánamo Prison:

NATO Researchers: Stuxnet Attack on Iran Was Illegal ‘Act of Force’:

Hormuz Transits: Never Dull, Never Routine, Always Tense:|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Turkey to buy and co-develop T-Loramids SAM:

Turkish Jets Fly over Kurd Rebel Camps in Iraq:

Syrian rebels advance, oblivious to infighting:

Syria rebels claim Assad forces fired rockets containing 'chemical

Officials: US training Syrian forces in Jordan:

CIA Helping Syria Rebels Amass Arms: Report:|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

U.N. withdrawing staff from Syria, citing danger:,0,6661725.story

Rebel mortar fire hits Damascus, army gunners retaliate:

Social Media Jihad: Tunisian 'martyrs' in Syria:

Israel's Maritime Strategy:

Libya FM: Gadhafi Family Granted Oman Asylum:

Nigeria: Kill All Christians:

120 Inmates Freed in Nigeria Attacks, 25 Die:

Leader of Central African Republic Fled to Cameroon, Official Says:

Mali: Hard-pressed al-Qaida calls for aid:

Six killed as Islamists battle Malian army in Gao:

Mali: 1000 Flight Hours for the Harfang Detachment:

RAF Marham will be base for British F-35s:

Russia's Caspian Flotilla set to receive new vessels:

Russia: No Deal on Sale of Fighters, Subs to China:|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Russian Authorities Raid Amnesty International Office:

Germany Needs MEADS:

Saab gets deal to complete Gripen E development:

Nazi submarine found off Norway:

Bomb explodes at bank in Cyprus:

China's domination of global arms trade 'inevitable', say Russian,
Ukrainian industry insiders:

Singapore Poised To Announce Purchase Of 12 F-35Bs:

US, South Korea sign agreement to counter North Korean attacks:

Vietnam accuses Chinese boat of firing on fishermen:

NAVSEA Assists with Removal, Dismantling of USS Guardian:

Sex Succeeds In Securing Secrets:

Former L-3 engineer gets 6-year sentence for exporting U.S. military
technology to China:

EAPS Completes Miniature Hit-To-Kill Interceptor Flight Test:

Corps' First Operational F-35B Conducts First Vertical Landing:

USAF A-10 crews evaluate Scorpion HMCS:

U.S. Congress allocates funds for MEADS:

BAE Systems, STR, latest to join DARPA EW project to counter
programmable adaptive radar:

US Army researches the effect of heavy loads on soldiers:

B-52 Gets New Sniper Pod:

NGC Offers New High-Resolution Sensors for Hawk Air Defense System:

Army electronic warfare evolutionary path presented at EW Summit:

Kauffman, Comfort and Grasp Deployments Cancelled:

If the Military’s Future Stealth Jet Fails, the Navy’s Got a Backup


Mar 26, 2013, 9:18:52 AM3/26/13
Il 26/03/2013 04:25, ha scritto:
> Sex Succeeds In Securing Secrets:

whodr IS one of the main reasons in trying to permanently remove the
dwarf from politics....

Best regards from Italy,
dott. Piergiorgio.

Andrew Swallow

Mar 26, 2013, 3:15:37 PM3/26/13
It may quieten things down if someone gives a reward for the capture or
killing of North Korea's ruler Kim Jong-un. The reward does not have to
be big and the giver does not have to be a government. If Venezuela
says the USA is killing its enemies there is no need to reduce the bad
guy's paranoia because fear may make them behave.

Andrew Swallow


Mar 26, 2013, 3:34:20 PM3/26/13
On Tue, 26 Mar 2013 19:15:37 +0000, Andrew Swallow
<> wrote:

>On 26/03/2013 03:25, wrote:
>> US, South Korea sign agreement to counter North Korean attacks:
>It may quieten things down if someone gives a reward for the capture or
>killing of North Korea's ruler Kim Jong-un.

Now when did that bloody silly idea ever calm things down anywhere?

Andrew Swallow

Mar 26, 2013, 4:48:25 PM3/26/13
The silly words may continue but the leaders get cautious when they
realise that to attack other countries they have to reduce the number of
guards guarding them.

Andrew Swallow
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