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22 May 2011 Military News

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  • Minister outlines dismantling of US spy network IRNA 22 May 2011 -- Information Minister Heydar Moslehi said coordination of people with the Information Ministry resulted in striking a fatal blow on the sophisticated spy network affiliated to the US' Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
  • Radioactive debris hampers efforts to cool reactor at Japan quake-hit nuke plant RIA Novosti 22 May 2011 -- The operator of Japan's quake-hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is facing the challenge of removing highly radioactive debris to proceed with the efforts to stabilize the Number 3 reactor, NHK television channel reported on Sunday.
  • Yemeni President Refuses to Sign Gulf Plan in Private VOA 22 May 2011 -- An accord reached through the Gulf Cooperation Council that would have paved the way for the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh fell through after he insisted opposition parties attend a public signing ceremony at the presidential palace.
  • Shuttle astronauts complete 6th-longest spacewalk RIA Novosti 22 May 2011 -- Two NASA astronauts from the space shuttle Endeavour completed the sixth-longest spacewalk in history on Sunday after needing extra time to finish maintenance work on the International Space Station.
  • Government cites ''92 consensus' in response to 'two Chinas' proposal CNA 22 May 2011 -- The government is adhering to the '1992 Consensus' in its dealings with China, the Presidential Office said Sunday, after a former U.S. official suggested that Beijing consider accepting the idea of 'two Chinas.'



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