Thursday, June 20, 2013
Karzai bans Afghan forces from seeking airstrikes
President Hamid Karzai on Tuesday officially banned Afghan security forces from requesting internati...
NATO airstrikes on Afghan homes to be limited
The US-led military coalition in Afghanistan is limiting airstrikes against houses to self-defense f...
Nine Afghan girls injured in NATO air raid
Nine schoolgirls were injured in a NATO helicopter attack in Afghanistan`s eastern Nangarhar provi...
Border coordination centers not closed: Pakistan
Pakistan has not shut border coordination centres, authorities said after NATO airstrikes close to t...
Pakistan pulls out of liaison posts; US concerned
Pakistan temporarily recalled few troops from border posts meant to coordinate with international fo...
No repetition of attack on Pakistani soldiers: US
The US would ensure there is no repetition of incidents like the Nov 26 attack, US Ambassador to Pak...
US not to scale down ops against Taliban
The US has said that there will be no scale down in its military operations against Taliban linked ...
Pak to boycott Afghan conference over NATO raids
Pak govt on Tuesday decided to boycott an international conference on the future of Afghanistan in r...
Pak leaders need to lower their rhetoric: US media
In the aftermath of the NATO air strike that killed 24 soldiers, a leading US daily Tuesday warned ...
Gaddafi defiant as Libya rebels consolidate gains
Libyan leader Moamer Gaddafi vowed to resist both rebels and NATO air strikes, as the insurgents sou...
NATO, Afghan Army kill at least 13 Taliban
NATO is carrying out airstrikes against an empty school building in eastern Afghanistan.
Zuma condemns NATO airstrikes on Tripoli
Alliance leaders have voiced concerns about sustaining the operations if the Libya mission drags on.
Afghan Prez warns NATO not to become "occupying force"
Angered by civilian casualties, Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Tuesday he will no longer allow N...
NATO air strikes rock Tripoli again
The NATO mission in Libya is making progress and likely to achieve its objectives within months.
Deadly NATO airstrikes hit Libyan capital, 2 dead
NATO warplanes bombarded targets in Tripoli with more than 20 airstrikes early Tuesday.
NATO calls for Gaddafi ouster as bombs hit Tripoli
Military action was first launched by UK, France and US but NATO took over the operation 2 weeks ago...
Libyan rebels say NATO airstrikes hit their forces
Rebel fighters claimed NATO airstrikes blasted their forces in another apparent mistake.
Airstrikes kill 14 insurgents in Afghanistan: NATO
NATO said initial reports indicated no civilian casualties occurred.
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