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28 November 2010 Military News

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  • Army unit flies new unmanned aircraft in Iraq Army News 28 Nov 2010 -- An Army unit deployed to Camp Taji, Iraq, is shaping the future of the Army's unmanned aircraft systems program with a handful of its newest aircraft, the MQ-1C Gray Eagle.
  • Mullen: U.S. Drawdown in Afghanistan to Begin in July AFPS 28 Nov 2010 -- The United States is “very committed” to begin drawing down its forces in Afghanistan in July, but large numbers will remain, Navy Adm. Mike Mullen said on a televised broadcast today.
  • Pakistan announces reward for spying on Taliban IRNA 28 Nov 2010 -- Pakistan on Saturday announced 10 million rupees (approximately 120,000) cash reward, security and employment for the individual who would spy for the government against Taliban, the country interior minister said Saturday.

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  • South Korea Gives Cool Response to China's Call for Emergency Talks VOA 28 Nov 2010 -- Diplomatic efforts are underway in Asia to defuse tension on the Korean peninsula. But South Korea is effectively rejecting China's call to quickly convene multi-national talks to discuss North Korea. This comes as the United States and South Korea begin four days of naval drills seen as a show of strength to dissuade Pyongyang after last Tuesday's attack on Yeonpyeong island.
  • US Senators Affirm US Ties with South Korea VOA 28 Nov 2010 -- U.S. senators of both political parties are resolutely reaffirming America's historic ties with South Korea, amid heightened tensions between North and South Korea.
  • UN-AU mediator, Qataris kick off talks in Darfur on peace process UN News Centre 28 Nov 2010 -- Members of the Darfur mediation team, including the United Nations, the African Union and Qatar, have arrived in the strife-torn Sudanese region to begin several days of consultations aimed at advancing the ongoing peace process.
  • Presidential Voting Under Way in Ivory Coast VOA 28 Nov 2010 -- Voting is under way in Ivory Coast to choose a president in a runoff election that is meant to reunite the country after a brief civil war. There is an overnight curfew through Wednesday in the wake of pre-election violence.

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