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US to soon determine post-2014 troop presence in Afghanistan




UN Sanctions Unlikely To End Haqqani Safe Haven In Pakistan




Petraeus Affair: Military Can Prosecute Adulterers




US Fears Hezbollah Operative Held in Iraq May Go Free




Pakistan urges all Afghan insurgents to pursue peace: Ambassador




The US Air Force stationed a detachment of 10 troops at a base in central Poland to support US fighter plane squadrons that come to Poland to train Polish pilots on F-16s. Poland has long requested a US military presence, and this is the first permanent posting of US soldiers on Polish soil.




New Syria Council Chief 'Disappointed' In International Support For Uprising




Pentagon releases Benghazi timeline, defends response




Soldier's insider attack story is part of training




No breakthrough in Taliban talks expected before 2014: Afghanistan




CIA chief and retired four-star general David Petraeus resigned as head of the intelligence agency after the FBI discovered he was having an extramarital affair with an officer in the military reserve who was also his biographer. The current deputy director, Michael Morell, will serve as acting director of the CIA.




Pakistan terror toll fails to stir offensive




. Bin Laden unit Seal Team Six punished over video game




North Waziristan operation is Pakistan's internal matter: Olson




Americans tour base to recruit for Libya army




Pakistan restores fuel supply for NATO troops in Afghanistan




Obama must concentrate on militants sanctuaries in Pakistan: Karzai spokesman




Muhammad Salah, of Bridgeview, Ill., designated as a terrorist in 1995, was delisted as the deadline loomed for a response to his challenge to the listing. He was jailed for five years in Israel for supporting Hamas, was tried in the US on similar charges, and spent time in prison for lying in a civil lawsuit. Mark Basseley Youssef, who was behind the "Innocence of Muslims" film, was sentenced to a year in prison for violating his probation after a 2010 bank fraud conviction.




Afghanistan rules out peace deals with Haqqanis




Canada - BC transit police adopting New York City tactics after bomb scare