Af/Pak & Other News (2/18/2013)

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Feb 18, 2013, 8:16:53 PM2/18/13
Note: Had trouble getting online yesterday, due to technical issues.
But I'm back now.


Militants Attack Khyber Office in Pakistan:

US Army upgrades situational awareness technologies in Afghanistan:

Thousands of Shiites Protest 89 Killed in Pakistan:

Top US general says he can work with Afghan airstrike ban:

Nato kills insurgent behind US soldier’s death:

Pakistani clerics to boycott peace conference denouncing violence to
protest Taliban bashing:

Pakistan Continues Short-Range Ballistic Missile Tests:|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

RAF takes delivery of BAe 146 C3 transports:

Gunmen attack NATO convoy, kill two in Pakistan:

Pentagon Awards Navmar $31.3 Million for Anti-IED UAV Work:

Afghanistan Loses Heavenly Intervention:

Stung by ‘Argo,’ Iran Backs Conference Decrying ‘Hollywoodism’:

Iran sought nuclear parts in China: report:

IDEX: UAE To Buy Predator Version UAV:|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Iraq's al Qaeda wing claims Baghdad blasts:

Deal Concluded between Elta and Turkey:

As Assad Holds Firm, Obama Could Revisit Arming Rebels:

Both sides in Syria commit war crimes including murder, torture, UN

Australian may have leaked Mossad secrets: report:

Hamas High School For Suicidal Boys:

US officials denied access to 'Nasr City Cell' suspects:

Libya: More armoured cars for border patrols:

Libya militia linked to U.S. attack returns to Benghazi:

French, Malian Forces Take Control of Bourem:

Veteran Sudanese jihadist killed in French airstrike in Mali:

Saab Receives Orders for Upgrade of Ground Based Air Defence:

UK Royal Artillery rolls out new structure:

Italian Firms Team on New UAV for Intel Missions:|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Hero of the Soviet Union:

The Dragon Stirs:

Japan Looks to Protect Its Own Overseas:

MineWolf Systems unveils new mine-clearance system:

MIT Wants Tomorrow’s Soldiers to Talk Through Their Shirts:

Thinking Through the Brave New World of Carrier-Based Drones:

Raytheon says aces missile-detection tests in U.S:

Andrew Swallow

Feb 19, 2013, 6:34:01 AM2/19/13
More names to add to the list of people suspected of being secret
members of the Taliban.

Insufficient proof for the no-fly-list but we can ask tough questions if
they want a visa.

Andrew Swallow
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