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FBI - Genocide and War Crimes
WASHINGTON, DC (rushPRNews) By: Federal Bureau of Investigation 2012-08-24

New Website Designed to Raise Awareness, Solicit Information  Kosovo…Rwanda… Srebrenica. These places will forever be associated with unspeakable, brutal acts of genocide and war crimes. The global community has banded together to help prevent crimes like these and to bring to justice

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The End of Combat Operations in Iraq
WHITE HOUSE (rushPRNews) By: RushPRnews 2010-08-28

A message from Joe Biden Weekly address from President Obama - watch video Good morning, This Tuesday, after more than seven years of war, President Obama will end the United States' combat mission in Iraq. While the war in Iraq has at times

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The House at Ampasiet - Memories of survival in Japanese prison camp
London, UK (rushPRNews) By: Lore Ridings 2010-03-22

- The plight of tens of thousands of European women and their children imprisoned in Japanese civilian prison camps in the most degrading and inhumane circumstances is one aspect of the Second World War that appears to have no place

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Defendants Sentenced For Conspiring to Provide Arms To Terrorist Organization
WASHINGTON (rushPRNews) By: Federal Bureau of Investigation 2010-01-25

TWO DEFENDANTS SENTENCED TO 26 AND 14 YEARS IN PRISON FOR CONSPIRING TO PROVIDE MATERIAL SUPPORT TO THE LTTE, A FOREIGN TERRORIST ORGANIZATION Defendants Were Caught in an FBI Undercover Sting Operation Attempting to Purchase Surface-to-Air Missiles, Missile Launchers, and

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Obama Consults Military Leaders, Nears Afghan Troop Decision
WASHINGTON, D.C. (rushPRNews) By: VOA 2009-10-30

U.S. President Barack Obama is consulting with top military officials Friday as he considers whether to send additional forces to Afghanistan.Mr. Obama will meet at the White House with the Joint Chiefs of Staff - military leaders from the Air

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Accused Al-Qaida Sleeper Agent sentenced to 8 Years in Prison
Pretoria, Illinois (rushPRNews) By: VOA 2009-10-30

By Kane Farabaugh Accused al-Qaida sleeper agent Ali al-Marri has been sentenced to more than eight years in a civilian prison. The Qatar native was labeled an "enemy combatant and held for years in isolation at a military prison in South

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Afghanistan Strategy More Than Proposed Military Buildup, U.S. Ambassador To VOA
WASHINGTON, D.C. (rushPRNews) By: VOA 2009-10-29

As the debate intensifies over a proposed U.S. troop buildup in Afghanistan, the U.S. Ambassador in Kabul says the strategy goes far beyond military operations against Taliban extremists. Ambassador Karl Eikenberry said the United States and its NATO allies have a

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Al-Qaida Group Claims Responsibility for Baghdad Bombings
CAIRO (rushPRNews) By: VOA 2009-10-27

By Edward Yeranian An Iraqi branch of al Qaida, which goes by the name of the Islamic State of Iraq, is claiming responsibility for Sunday's back-to-back suicide bombings in Baghdad that killed more than 150 people. Iraqi officials, meanwhile,

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Leaked Report Urges More Troops for Afghanistan
WASHINGTON, D.C. (rushPRNews) By: VOA 2009-09-22

By Al Pessin A report from the new U.S. and NATO commander in Afghanistan says there is an urgent need for more foreign troops and civilians, more Afghan forces and a new strategic approach to reverse Taliban gains.The frank and mostly

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US House Speaker: Little Support to Send More Troops to Afghanistan
WASHINGTON, D.C. (rushPRNews) By: VOA 2009-09-11

The speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, says she sees little support for sending more U.S. troops to Afghanistan.Pelosi told reporters in Washington Thursday that she does not think there is support in Congress or in the

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