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29 May 2011 Military News

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  • McCain: 'Gadhafi May Crack' VOA 29 May 2011 -- U.S. Senator John McCain says he would prefer to see a greater U.S. military role in the Libyan conflict, and he expressed concern American support for U.S. military efforts in Afghanistan is waning.
  • Libya's strongman Gaddafi sets terms for relinquishing power - paper RIA Novosti 29 May 2011 -- Libya's strongman Muammar Gaddafi is ready to relinquish power on condition that he and his family are given guarantees of immunity from prosecution, the Arab newspaper Al Sharq Al Awsat reported on Sunday.
  • Mladic to be extradited to The Hague early next week RIA Novosti 29 May 2011 -- A former Bosnian Serb army commander Ratko Mladic who is facing trial on war crimes and genocide charges, will be extradited to the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague on Monday or Tuesday, French TF1 TV channel cited a tribunal's judge, Mehmet Guney as saying.
  • Israel Seeks to Tighten Grip on Jerusalem VOA 29 May 2011 -- With the Middle East peace process faltering, Israel is seeking to tighten its grip on Jerusalem.
  • Welcoming extension of Nepalese parliament, Ban urges progress on constitution UN News Centre 29 May 2011 -- Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Sunday welcomed the agreement reached by the parties in Nepal to extend the Constituent Assembly, which was tasked with adopting a new constitution by 28 May, and the reaffirmation of their commitment to complete the peace process.
  • Charges against recently arrested fugitives must expose sexual crimes – UN envoy UN News Centre 29 May 2011 -- Welcoming the recent arrests of two men long sought for their roles in the Balkans conflicts and the Rwandan genocide, a top United Nations official today stressed the need to ensure that the crimes of sexual violence they both stand accused of are exposed in the legal process under way.

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