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03 January 2010 Military News

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  • Ike Takes Part in Dramatic Rescue at Sea Navy NewsStand 03 Jan 2010 -- Only hours after departing for its 2010 deployment, Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) diverted from flight operations to assist the U.S. Coast Guard in a rescue at sea the night of Jan. 2, saving the life of a stranded mariner.
  • Pakistan army reacts to Indian general’s remarks IRNA 03 Jan 2010 -- Pakistan military on Saturday at highest level came up with a harsh reaction to remarks from Indian army chief that Indian forces are ready to battle Pakistan and China at the same time.
  • Indian army chief rhetoric betrays lack of strategic acumen IRNA 03 Jan 2010 -- Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Tariq Majid on Saturday came up with a tough reaction to the reported remarks from Indian army chief that Indian military is ready to battle Pakistan and China at the same time.

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  • India describes China's involvement in projects in PoK as illegal IRNA 03 Jan 2010 -- India has described China's involvement in several projects in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), as illegal. New Delhi has conveyed its concern to Beijing over this as well as supply of Chinese weapons to Pakistan.
  • Settlers Protest West Bank Construction Freeze VOA 03 Jan 2010 -- Jewish settlement councils have declared a general strike to protest the Israeli government's freeze on construction in West Bank communities. Settlement leaders demonstrated outside the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem as the Cabinet held its weekly meeting. They carried signs saying, you can freeze in the North Pole, but not in Israel.
  • At Least 30 Killed in Central Somalia Fighting VOA 03 Jan 2010 -- The death toll is up to at least 30 from a battle between two Islamist groups in central Somalia.
  • Liberians React to Temporary Lifting of Arms Embargo VOA 03 Jan 2010 -- The U.N. Security Council has lifted its arms embargo on Liberia for one year, primarily to allow its peacekeeping mission there to receive military equipment. But it also allows the government of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf to acquire arms and training to fight crime.

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