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Police arrest 250, seize weapons in Argentina
Police arrest 250, seize weapons in Argentina

A series of raids west of Buenos Aires yielded 250 arrests and unearthed firearms and drugs, police said Monday, the second such operation in as many weeks.

Police arrest 250, seize weapons in Argentina
Woman charged with attempted murder following London terror raids
Woman charged with attempted murder following London terror raids

London police on Wednesday charged a woman with attempted murder following terror raids on three properties that also led to the arrest of the teenage son of a senior British diplomat.

Woman charged with attempted murder following London terror raids
Ukraine opposition calls mass weekend rally as pressure mounts
Ukraine opposition calls mass weekend rally as pressure mounts

Ukraine's opposition called Thursday for a mass weekend rally, as pro-European demonstrators sought to increase the pressure on President Viktor Yanukovych following a failed police raid.

Ukraine opposition calls mass weekend rally as pressure mounts
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35 bodies 'in military uniform' at Nigeria morgue after Islamist raid

Thirty-five bodies in military uniform have been brought to a morgue in Nigeria's restive northeast after a coordinated assault by Boko Haram targeting the security forces.

35 bodies 'in military uniform' at Nigeria morgue after Islamist raid
Police make new arrests in London soldier killing
Police make new arrests in London soldier killing

British police made two further arrests Thursday and raided houses across London following the brutal murder of a serving soldier who survived a tour of duty in Afghanistan.

Police make new arrests in London soldier killing
Australia says Karzai 'wrong' on Afghan operation
Australia says Karzai 'wrong' on Afghan operation

Australia Monday flatly rejected comments from Afghan President Hamid Karzai that a recent night-time raid which left two men dead was carried out without the approval of local authorities.

Australia says Karzai 'wrong' on Afghan operation
Pentagon press secretary George Little. Photo courtesy of defense.gov
On SEAL's book, Pentagon keeps legal options open

The Pentagon has not decided whether a book by a former US Navy SEAL on the raid that killed Osama bin Laden exposes state secrets but it is keeping its legal options open.

On SEAL's book, Pentagon keeps legal options open
Admiral William McRaven. Photo courtesy of pic2fly.com
US admiral says raid was 'easiest' part of bin Laden op

The US military raid that killed Osama bin Laden was the "easiest" of three steps that led to the Al-Qaeda chief's death, the special forces commander who supervised the clandestine mission has said.

US admiral says raid was 'easiest' part of bin Laden op

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