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28 July 2008 Military News

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  • Istanbul explosions kill 16, injure over 150 RIA Novosti 28 Jul 2008 -- The death toll from Sunday evening's explosions in a busy area of central Istanbul rose to 16 on Monday, with more than 150 injured, several of them critically, the government said.
  • Istanbul Hit by Deadly Bombings VOA 28 Jul 2008 -- On Sunday night at least 17 people were killed and over 150 injured in 2 deadly bombings in Turkey's largest city Istanbul
  • PRESS CONFERENCE ON MYANMAR BY UNDER-SECRETARY-GENERAL FOR HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS United Nations 28 Jul 2008
  • Progress being made on Myanmar aid effort, says UN's top relief official UN News Centre 28 Jul 2008 -- A degree of normality has returned to some areas affected by Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar, and there are visible signs of progress in reconstruction, the United Nations' top relief official said today after returning from a three-day visit, though he cautioned that there was no room for complacency.
  • Former U.S. Ambassador Enjoys Macedonian Homecoming RFE/RL 28 Jul 2008 -- The United States' chief negotiator in the ongoing talks over North Korea's nuclear program, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Christopher Hill, made a homecoming of sorts this week when he traveled to Macedonia to be decorated as an honorary citizen of its capital, Skopje.
  • Extradition hearing for Russian 'merchant of death' adjourned RIA Novosti 28 Jul 2008 -- A Thai court postponed on Monday for a second time an extradition hearing for a Russian businessman charged with arms smuggling after his new Thai lawyer was unable to attend court, national media said.
  • Bush's 'Sprint To The Finish' Could Offer Surprises RFE/RL 28 Jul 2008 -- On the very day when most eyes were on presumptive Democratic Party presidential candidate Barack Obama, making what was billed as a major speech in Berlin, U.S. President George W. Bush delivered a lofty address in Washington that reasserted his "freedom agenda."



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