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Seven Afghan militants killed in base attack

Jun 19, 2012

Seven Afghan militants killed in base attack

The attackers breached the outer security of the base on Tuesday in Shah Wali Kot district, but were then killed by guards at the compound. #North Atlantic Treaty Organization #Kandahar #Military history #Kandahar Province #Shah Wali Kot District #Afghan police
Panetta arrives tomorrow: Af-Pak, military cooperation on mind

Jun 04, 2012

Panetta arrives tomorrow: Af-Pak, military cooperation on mind

During the delegation-level discussions between Defence Minister A K Antony and Panetta on 6th June, China is also expected to figure in talks between the two sides. #United States #America #Pakistan #Afghanistan #War in Afghanistan #Leon Panetta #Military history
'Panetta sought parallel intelligence body in Pak'

Mar 20, 2012

'Panetta sought parallel intelligence body in Pak'

According to a book by noted Pakistani author Ahmed Rashid, Leon Panetta had recommended the White House to establish a parallel spy body inside Pakistan, hidden from its premier intelligence agency ISI, in September 2009. #Taliban #NewsTracker #War in Afghanistan #Leon Panetta #Military history #Special Activities Division #McLean Virginia

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'Panetta sought parallel intelligence body in Pak'

Jul 11, 2014

Biggest security detail in Brazil history at final

Biggest security detail in Brazil history at final; More than 25,000 soldiers, military polic...
'Panetta sought parallel intelligence body in Pak'

Jul 23, 2014

Civil War buff recreates armies and dioramas

Just off the Southern State Parkway in West Hempstead, the Civil War rages on. A house on Partridge Avenue has been overrun by armies in blue and gray -- all at the hand of homeowner Dennis Larkin, a 79-year-old Navy veteran. For the past four decade...
'Panetta sought parallel intelligence body in Pak'

Jul 18, 2014

$12.3M gift to help restore Robert E. Lee's home

(AP) -- A historic plantation originally built as a monument to George Washington overlooking the nation's capital, a site that later was home to Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee and 63 slaves, will be restored to its historical appearance using a $12.... #Washington, D.C. #Virginia #Robert E. Lee #Thomas Jefferson #Carlyle Group #David Rubenstein #National Park Service #Arlington National Cemetery #The Washington Monument #Mount Vernon, WA