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Posted by GRS on May 7, 2011

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Posted by GRS on May 7, 2011

Taliban say attack aimed at controlling Kandahar

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan – The Taliban say an attack on government installations in a key city in southern Afghanistan is aimed at seizing control of Kandahar. Saturday's brazen assault casts doubt on how successful the U.S.-led coalition has been in its nearly yearlong military campaign to restore security and bring stability to the former Taliban stronghold.

Associated Press

Posted by GRS on May 2, 2011

Travelers warned following death of bin Laden

Travelers were warned to be on guard in the wake of the killing of Osama bin Laden - mastermind of the greatest terrorist attack in history on the nation's transportation system.

Alan Levin and Kevin Johnson, USA TODAY


Posted by GRS on May 2, 2011

U.S. troops kill Osaba bin Laden in Pakistan

Osama bin Laden is dead, sources told CNN Sunday night. Congressional and administration sources say U.S. officials have the body of bin Laden, who was reportedly killed in Afghanistan (note: later found to be in Pakistan). Use the Read More link below for updates as this story unfolds.

CNN's "This Just In" news blog. Mallory Simon of CNN.com


Posted by GRS on April 28, 2011

Libya is all about logistics now

Friday's joint statement on Libya by David Cameron, Nicolas Sarkozy and Barack Obama is significant in several ways. First, Obama – having distanced himself from the Nato-led air strikes against Gaddafi's forces – has returned to the frontline and placed himself firmly in the campaign's leading triumvirate. This is an eerie replay of historical events: from 1943–1951 the administration of Libya (which had been an Italian colony) was divided between France and Britain, with the US establishing a significant military base in the south. The US took economic advantage of the situation by continuing research into Libya's suspected vast oil reserves, which the Italians had begun in the 1930s.

Abdel Bari Atwan guardian.co.uk, Friday 15 April 2011 20.00 BST


Posted by GRS on April 28, 2011

The Benefits of a U.S.-Colombia Free-Trade Deal

Economists estimate that the free-trade pact with Colombia, which received White House endorsement on Apr. 7 and awaits approval from Congress, could boost U.S. gross domestic product by $2.5 billion a year. Caterpillar (CAT) would be a bigger beneficiary than most. Colombia's booming mining business has made the nation one of the top 10 export markets for the Peoria (Ill.) manufacturer of construction equipment. Removing the country's tariffs on such goods, which range from 5 percent to 15 percent, would cut $100,000 from the $2 million price tag for Caterpillar's D11 bulldozer. Buyers of one of the company's behemoth trucks, which go for $2 million or more, would save $300,000 without the tariffs.

Mark Drajem Bloomberg Businessweek, April 14, 2011, 5:00PM EST