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  • 14 May 2007

    Indonesians May Have Trained Thai Militants

    Southern Thai Muslims may have been trained by militants from Indonesia to, among other tactics, decapitate. This announcement came from an army spokesman on monday following the death of another...

  • 10 May 2007

    Olmert Blames Army Over Hizbullah Conflict

    Blame has been placed on the military for failings in the Lebanon War by Israli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, according to Thursday's testimony. "I think the army disappointed itself to...

  • 10 May 2007

    Indian Army to Receive 124 Main Battle Tanks by 2009

    The Indian Army, world's second biggest, will receive 124 Arjun Main Battle Tanks, solely designed and developed by the country's defence scientists, by 2009. An official in the Indian Defence...

  • 1 May 2007

    Record Seizure of Cocaine by Colombian Army

    Monday saw the Columbian Army seize over 25t of cocaine from a number of speedboats in the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of the western Colombian province of Choco. "Not...

  • 1 May 2007

    Prince Harry Will Go to Iraq Says British Army

    Sir Richard Dannatt, chief of general staff, has said that Prince harry will be deployed to Iraq with his unit, although the decision is under constant review. Following the death...

  • 1 May 2007

    Iraq Army to Expand This Year

    Iraq Army Officials announced that the army would aim to recruit and train a further 20,000 soldiers during 2007. 25 battalions and two division headquarters would be created with the...

  • 11 April 2007

    Iraq Army Acquires Troop Carriers

    The Iraq Army has acquired light armoured vehicles from the US. 40 $39,000 troop carriers (Badger light armoured vehicles) were delivered to the Taji Army Base on 31 March. These...

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