28 August 2005 Military News
- Ramadi-based terrorists captured MNF-I 28 Aug 2005 -- Multi-national forces raided a suspected terrorist hideout in Ramadi Aug. 23 and captured a pair of known terrorists based in Ramadi.
- Detainee escapes from Abu Ghraib MNF-I 28 Aug 2005 -- A detainee escaped from the Abu Ghraib theater internment facility during the early morning hours of darkness on Aug. 28.
- Three North African terrorists killed in Mosul MNF-I 28 Aug 2005 -- Three North African terrorists were killed during security operations in northern Mosul August 27th.
- Afghan President, Indian Premier Discuss Security REF/RL 28 Aug 2005 -- Afghan President Hamid Karzai today discussed regional security and terrorism with visiting Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
Defense Policy / Programs
- Philippine Rebels Propose 10 Point Peace Agreement VOA News 28 Aug 2005 -- Philippine Communist rebels have said they would end their insurgency if the government would sign a 10-point peace agreement drafted by the rebels.
- Suicide Bomber Attacks Bus Station in Southern Israel VOA News 28 Aug 2005 -- A suicide bomber attacked a bus station in southern Israel Sunday, critically injuring two Israeli security guards.
- JORDAN: UNRWA survey on Palestinian refugees underway IRIN 28 Aug 2005 -- The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine refugees (UNRWA) expects to complete one of the most comprehensive studies on the declining living conditions of over four million refugees, by the end of the year, according to UN sources.
- Burma Denies Coup Rumors VOA News 29 Aug 2005 -- Burma's ruling military junta has quashed rumors of a coup. Authorities in Rangoon say the country's leader, Senior General Than Shwe, is healthy and in command.
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