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Military, Djiboutians communicate through discussion group - Military members from Camp Lemonier have been bridging a communications gap with local Djibouti children during an English

NASA Titan Has Liquid Lakes, Scientists Report in Nature - Scientists report definitive evidence of the presence of lakes filled with liquid methane on Saturn's moon Titan in this week's journal Nature cover story.

RCT-5 Marines Discover 12 Caches, Iranian Ordnance in Al Anbar Province - CAMP FALLUJAH, Iraq " Marine engineers attached to 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 5 uncovered 12 large caches during Operation River Sweep west of Habbaniyah Jan. 1.

New year brings transition, change - BAGHDAD — “Historic highs and heartbreaking lows” – that is how the Multi-National Force - Iraq spokesman summed up 2006 in Iraq during a press conference

DHS Releases Nationwide Interoperable Communications Assessment - Washington " The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) today released scorecard assessments of interoperable communications capabilities in 75 urban and metropolitan areas nationwide. Interoperable

Land swap in Rhode Island will expand bike trail, benefit wildlife - A land exchange within the Town of Narragansett, R.I., will allow for both the extension of the William C. O?Neill Bike Path and the addition of important

New Welcome Home Center Opens - NEW ORLEANS, La. -- In a cooperative effort to serve the citizens of the metro New Orleans area in their recovery, the ‘Welcome Home Center’ opens to the public today, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2007.

UN human rights chief calls on Iraq not to hang two colleagues of Saddam - The top United Nations human rights official appealed directly to Iraqi President Jalal Talabani today not to execute two high-ranking

Caldwell: Iraqi Government Will Control Its Ground Forces by Year's End - WASHINGTON, Jan. 3, 2007 – The Iraqi government will have command-and-control of all of its ground forces by the end of 2007, a senior U.S. military officer based in Baghdad predicted today.

President says he hopes to find common grounds without compromising principles - The following op-ed by President Bush originally appeared in The Wall Street Journal January 3 and is in the public domain. There are no republication restrictions.

Ramadi Women and Children Wounded by Enemy Attack - AR RAMADI, IRAQ – A civilian female and five children were wounded by enemy mortar attack in Ramadi Jan. 2.

Raids yield terrorists, terror leaders, weapons - BAGHDAD — Nine terrorists, including an al-Qaeda leader, were killed during raids conducted by Coalition forces in Baghdad Monday and Tuesday. Also, one

The US Navy PHIBGRU 2 Becomes ESG 2 - NORFOLK, Va. (NNS) -- Commander, Amphibious Group (CPG) 2 was disestablished Dec. 31, and commissioned as Commander, Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) 2, culminating

With journalism as her foundation, new UN spokesperson pledges access to information - Michele Montas today began work as the spokesperson for Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, pledging to bring her experience as a journalist in Haiti

Navy Begins Investigation Into Iraqi Soldier's Death - WASHINGTON, Jan. 2, 2007 – Naval Criminal Investigation Command has launched an investigation into a Dec. 30 incident in which an Iraqi soldier was killed during an altercation

Soldier Killed in Iraq; Officials Identify Two Casualties - WASHINGTON, Jan. 2, 2007 – A U.S. soldier was killed yesterday southwest of Baghdad when an improved explosive device detonated near his patrol, and the Defense Department

America Supports You: Bears Bring New Year's Morale to Troops - CAMP ARIFJAN, Kuwait, Jan. 2, 2007 – Football fever took on a new dimension yesterday as Third Army and U.S. Army Central Command troops watched the

Ban Ki-moon takes over as UN Secretary-General, calls for common action to face crises - Passing an honour guard and welcomed with applause from staff, new United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

MND-B Troops Hit by Roadside Bomb - BAGHDAD – An improvised explosive device detonated near a Multi-National Division - Baghdad patrol, killing one Soldier southwest of the Iraqi capital Jan. 1.

IEDs Kill Two GIs in Baghdad; Another GI Dies in Western Iraq - WASHINGTON, Dec. 31, 2006 – Three U.S. soldiers died in Iraq on Dec. 29, and military officials have identified 10 earlier casualties.

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