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  • In The Air (July 2, 2009)0

    U.S.: American Soldier Captured in Afghanistan | The Washington Post U.S. Hardens Its Stance Ahead of Summit With Russia | The Wall Street Journal Saudis award 9,000km border security contract (The project, which is thought to amount to at least $2bn, was awarded to EADS) | Financial Times North Korea fires four short-range missiles | Los Angeles

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  • In The Air (June 30, 2009)0

    U.S. Resumes Surveillance Flights Over Pakistan (United States has resumed secret military surveillance drone flights over the country’s tribal areas to provide Pakistani commanders with a wide array of videos and other information on militants) | The New York Times Report: Israeli Drones Killed 29 Civilians in Gaza War | Danger Room Coalition strikes at

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  • In The Air (June 29, 2009)0

    Kdo půjde sedět za gripeny (Česká policie připravuje obvinění v obrovském skandálu kolem drahých stíhaček) | Respekt MEADS Faces an Uncertain Future (The NATO-managed Medium Extended Air Defense System project, which is being jointly developed may be dramatically restructured or possibly cancelled due to changing U.S. requirements) | Defence IQ U.S.-Japan dance on F-22 continues |

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  • In The Air (June 26, 2009)0

    First top Russia-NATO talks set since Georgia war | The Washington Post US says weapons sent to Somalia (The US has confirmed that it has sent weapons to Somalia’s UN-backed transitional government) | BBC NATO on the offensive in Afghanistan: Dutch general | Space War Taliban commanders survive US airstrike at funeral | The Long

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  • In The Air (June 25, 2009)0

    ‚Shift needed‘ in Afghan combat (The new commander of US and Nato-led troops in Afghanistan has said troops must shift from conventional warfare to protecting Afghan civilians) | BBC Senate panel approves funds for 7 more F-22s | Air Force Times White House threatens veto over F-22 jet fighters | The Washington Post (See also

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  • In The Air (June 24, 2009)0

    Military command created to oversee cyberspace | Los Angeles Times Pakistan: India is no longer a military threat (President Asif Zardari has said that his people´s real enemy is terrorism) | The Daily Telegraph UN report notes progress in fight against drugs | Financial Times Vlastně byl mrtev. Český voják se teď učí znovu žít

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  • In The Air (June 23, 2009)0

    Britain failed to stabilise Iraq, says General Sir Richard Dannatt | The Daily Telegraph Kyrgyzstan Allows Limited U.S. Access | The New York Times N. Korea ship, maybe with weapons, passes Shanghai | The Washington Post In Nineveh, tensions between Iraqi Kurds and Arabs simmer | Los Angeles Times Cold War nuclear attack plans released

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  • In The Air (June 22, 2009)0

    U.S. Toughens Airstrike Policy in Afghanistan (The new American commander in Afghanistan said he would sharply restrict the use of airstrikes.) | The New York Times U.N. Probe: Colombian army killed many innocents | The Miami Herald Bill eould boost congressional oversight of covert spy programs (Legislation would require the president to brief all intelligence

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  • In The Air (June 20, 2009)0

    Pakistani military begins ground phase of South Waziristan offensive (Heavy fighting has broken out in South Waziristan) | The Long War Journal Pakistan arrests Sufi Mohammed: report (The Pakistani government has detained the senior-most leader of the pro-Taliban group that was behind the Malakand Accord) | The Long War Journal In Afghanistan, halting civilian deaths

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  • In The Air (June 19, 2009)0

    U.S. Fortifies Hawaii to Meet Threat From Korea (the U.S. is moving ground-to-air missile defenses to Hawaii) | Wall Street Journal Pakistani military facing tougher fight in northwest than reported (intelligence briefing given to the senior-most Indian military leaders) | The Long War Journal NATO Targeting Russia in Baltic War Game? (massive U.S. Navy-led excercise taking

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