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02 July 2006 Military News

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  • Israelis, Palestinians Blame Each Other for Latest Crisis VOA 02 Jul 2006 -- Violence continues to escalate in the latest confrontation between Israel and the Palestinians, as both sides blame each other for the crisis
  • Israel Bombs Palestinian Prime Minister's Office VOA 02 Jul 2006 -- The Israeli Air Force is continuing to pound the Gaza Strip, in an attempt to win the freedom of an Israeli soldier, kidnapped a week ago
  • SUDAN: AU mission extended to year-end but no deal on UN force IRIN 02 Jul 2006 -- The African Union has extended the mandate of its peacekeeping mission in Sudan until the end of 2006, and Sudanese president Omar Hassan al-Bashir has agreed to the reinforcement of the AU presence, but he fell short of agreeing to the eventual deployment of a full UN force for the region.
  • African Leaders Discuss Somalia, Darfur VOA 02 Jul 2006 -- On the last day of the African Union summit in The Gambia, the continent's leaders are discussing what has been the chief theme of the conference: security, and how to stem continuing violence in Somalia and Sudan's Darfur region.
  • COTE D IVOIRE: Election schedule could move to year-end - Annan IRIN 02 Jul 2006 -- Speaking after a meeting with Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan said an October deadline set for the war-divided country to hold elections may have to be allowed to slip until the end of the year - but no later.
  • US tries to disrupt peace process: Nepalese rebel Leader IRNA 02 Jul 2006 -- Referring to anti-Maoist remarks made by US Ambassador James Moriarty recently, the Maoist leader Prachanda said the US was 'trying to disrupt the peace process' right since the 12-point understanding reached between the Maoists and the SPA last November.
  • Somalia PM Denies Reports of Ethiopian Troops in Somalia VOA 02 Jul 2006 -- Somalia's interim prime minister has categorically denied reports that Ethiopian troops have entered Somalia, or the town of Baidoa, where the country's fledgling government is based

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