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22 October 2005 Military News

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  • SS PFC Obregon Docks in Rota to Prep for Sailing Qual Navy NewsStand 22 Oct 2005 -- A civilian ship made use of Naval Station Rota's Port Operations Department Oct. 11-17 to prepare for its upcoming qualification inspection.

  • Rumsfeld's Mongolia Visit Focuses on Peacekeeping Operations AFPS 22 Oct 2005 -- Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld applauded Mongolia's efforts to enhance its peacekeeping capabilities here today, reaffirming to Mongolian Defense Minister Tserenkhuu Sharavdorj a commitment that the United States "is anxious and willing and ready" to assist.
  • Rumsfeld Visit to Mongolia Underscores Growing Military Cooperation VOA 22 Oct 2005 -- U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld visited Mongolia Saturday to thank the country for its participation in the military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, and to promote the growing U.S.-Mongolian military relationship.

  • Rumsfeld: China Has Much to Lose if It Becomes a Threat VOA 22 Oct 2005 -- U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says China has much to lose if its leaders decide to use the country's fast-growing military power in threatening ways.

  • NATO to enhance assistance to Pakistan IRNA 22 Oct 2005 -- NATO has decided to enhance its assistance to Pakistan with a name to alleviate sufferings of the affected people of earthquake, a top NATO official said here on Saturday.
  • Pakistan asks NATO to consult troops deployment IRNA 22 Oct 2005 -- Pakistan said on Saturday that it has accepted an offer by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to deploy its forces in a humanitarian relief assistance role in the quake-hit areas, but has asked NATO that the deployment should be with consultation.

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  • Rice Calls Report of Syrian Role in Hariri Killing "Troubling" Washington File 22 Oct 2005 -- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has described as "deeply troubling" a United Nations investigation that implicates Syrian officials in the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri and finds the Syrian government to be obstructing the inquiry.

  • Pakistan quake death toll reaches 53,000 IRNA 22 Oct 2005 -- Death toll from Pakistan devastating earthquake has risen to over 53,000 while the number of seriously injured people has soared to above 74,000, a senior Pakistani official said on Saturday.



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