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06 September 2009 Military News

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  • Deadly ethnic clashes in southern Sudan spark deep concern from Ban UN News Centre 06 Sep 2009 -- Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today expressed deep concern at the deadly series of attacks and counter-attacks by tribal militias in southern Sudan that have killed or displaced dozens of civilians.
  • Hamas Leader says Israeli Settlement Proposal "Dangerous" VOA 06 Sep 2009 -- Hamas leader Khalid Mashaal warns against Israel's proposal to temporarily halt settlement construction in exchange for normal relations with Arab countries.
  • Israeli Cabinet Rejects Full Settlement Freeze VOA 06 Sep 2009 -- Israel says it is moving toward, what it calls, a compromise with the United States on the controversial issue of settlement expansion. But less than a complete end to construction may not be enough to revive the peace process with the Palestinians
  • Hamas Leader, Egyptian Official Talk Palestinian Unity VOA 06 Sep 2009 -- An Egyptian official working to unite Palestinian factions met late Saturday with the exiled leader of Hamas.
  • Risk of Epidemics in LRA Ravaged South Sudan VOA 06 Sep 2009 -- The World Health Organization says Ezo County in southern Sudan is at high risk of epidemic-prone diseases. It says health facilities in this area have been badly damaged by repeated attacks by the Ugandan rebel Lord's Resistance Army.
  • Sri Lanka Expelling Senior UN Official VOA 06 Sep 2009 -- Sri Lanka's government is ordering the spokesman for the U.N. Children's Fund to leave the country. Our correspondent reports the expulsion stems from comments by the official that appeared in the international media in recent months.
  • YEMEN: Humanitarian situation worsens after short-lived truce IRIN 06 Sep 2009 -- Conditions for thousands of displaced families in northern Yemen continue to deteriorate as a 4 September truce between government troops and Shia rebels to allow relief items in lasted only four hours.

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