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25 October 2009 Military News

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  • BHR ARG, 11th MEU Paint School in Timor-Leste Navy NewsStand 25 Oct 2009 -- Sailors and Marines from the Bonhomme Richard Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) and 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) teamed up to paint a local school in Manatuto, Timor-Leste during a community service project, Oct. 19-20.
  • U.S. warship pays visit to Estonia RIA Novosti 25 Oct 2009 -- A U.S. missile destroyer, which was a target of a terrorist attack in 2000, has arrived on a friendly visit to the port of Tallinn, the U.S. Embassy in Estonia said.

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Other Conflicts

  • Israeli Police Storm Disputed Jerusalem Holy Site VOA 25 Oct 2009 -- There was violence today at the most sensitive holy shrine in Jerusalem revered by both Muslims and Jews. At least 15 Palestinians were arrested, but there were no serious injuries.
  • Nigerian Rebels Declare Indefinite Ceasefire VOA 25 Oct 2009 -- Nigeria's most prominent armed group has declared an indefinite ceasefire to allow for peace talks with government.
  • Serbia Pledges Cooperation Before Karadzic Trial VOA 25 Oct 2009 -- A stand-off is expected Monday between former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and the U.N. court in The Netherlands as the war crimes suspect says he will boycott the start of the long-awaited trial.
  • UN Calls for War Crimes Investigation in Sri Lanka VOA 25 Oct 2009 -- The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights is calling for an independent, international investigation of possible war crimes committed during the last few months of the war in Sri Lanka. The UN agency says there should be a full inquiry into what did or did not happen during the final stages of the country's long-lasting civil war.

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