Thirty-two reached the number of rebels killed in fierce fighting that erupted in southern Afghanistan after the attack on a military base there, AP reported. In the attack on the basis of coalition forces in southern Helmand province killed two U. S. soldiers and Canadian armies. This was announced earlier today news agencies. It is assumed that the base is atkuvana by Taliban insurgents. In the initial firefight killed at least 12 of the attackers. Three other Canadian soldiers were wounded in the fighting. In a statement, U. S. forces are reported to an early American. However, Reuters quoted a source, an spokesman for the Taliban, reported taken from their sudden offensive against foreign forces.
Zacarias Moussaoui was unreliable and was not involved in the Sept. 11 attacks, according to senior associates of al Qaeda and detained by U. S. authorities terrorists said. Allegations of other detainees refute the testimony of Moussaoui before the U. S. Court yesterday that he was part of a plot to attack New York and Washington on September 11 and he had to blow up another fifth plane into the White House.
A French court sentenced 10 years in prison Algerian involved in bombings in the Paris metro in 1995, reported the BBC. Then when the blasts killed eight people. Rahid Ramda (35) was found guilty on charges that he had criminal links with a terrorist organization. At the end of the process confirmed that Ramda is logistical support to the physical perpetrators of the attack. BBC reported that the most likely against Ramda will be brought to another process, then, the charge will be carrying out murder.
U. S. citizen with Saudi origin charged with attempt to kill President George Bush, was sentenced to 30 years imprisonment. At 25 years Ahmed Omar Abu Ali has been made a total of nine charges, including support for al Qaeda and intended to hijack an airplane. The student was arrested in Saudi Arabia in 2003 and in February 2005 extradited to the United States. Abu Ali confessed to cooperate with the terrorist activities of al Qaeda, but later pleaded guilty in court.
American journalist Jill Carroll, who was kidnapped on January seventh in Iraq, was released this morning at 06. 15 hours local time. It was "set free" street near the office of the Sunni Iraqi Islamic Party in western Baghdad, AP reported. Jill Carroll has e talked with his father, CNN reported, citing information the newspaper Christian Science Monitor and the FBI.
The Iranian government has offered talks on the U. S. situation in Iraq. Iran ready to negotiate with the U. S. government on the problems in Iraq and to seek out the conflicts in the country. This was announced by Iranian chief negotiator Ali Larijani nuclear program, quoted by Deutsche Welle. U. S. has repeatedly accused Iran of stoking unrest in Iraq and supplying weapons to Shiite militants in the country. Today even U. S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice called Iran "the center of terrorism.
Insurgents posing as police officers and soldiers killed 21 people on a highway in southeast Iran last night, said Iranian authorities said on Tuesday. Gene. Ismail Ahmadi Mogadam, police chief in Iran, accused U. S. and British intelligence services in promoting insurgency in the country attacking citizens. He said police have information that agents of both countries have met with representatives of the insurgents, but refused to give details. There are no known opposition groups operating this part of the country but the region is known for frequent clashes between drug traffickers groups and security forces, the agency stated.
To create an international peacekeeping organizatsiyaza deal with future conflicts about water supplies on the planet. This proposal came on the first day of the International Forum on the problems of water crisis in the world, organized in Mexico City, reports the Washington Post. The meeting was accompanied by mass protests against privatization of water resources, dam construction and water deprivation of the poor Indian communities, specify the media. About 10,000 demonstrators participated in the March CE for water protection, but police did not allow to get close to the meeting place.
More than 20,000 Pakistanis in the eastern part of the country today protested against the cartoons of Prophet Mohammed, informed in April Protest demonstration was organized by the radical Islamic group 'Give Jamal al. ' The government should take a firm stance against countries publish offensive cartoons against the prophet, said the leader of the organization Haviz Mohammed Said.
Five Shiite pilgrims on the path to the holy city of Karbala were injured early this morning when a roadside bomb blast in western Baghdad, said Tuesday. Tens of thousands of Shiites to move on foot to Karbala to commemorate the anniversary tomorrow of the death of Prophet Mohammed's grandson Imam Hussein. Meanwhile it became clear that nearly 2,000 people gathered to protest in a park in central Tokyo to commemorate the third anniversary of the Iraq war. Participants in the demonstration placards reading "End the occupation" and called for withdrawal from Iraq of foreign military forces.
More than 12,000 people participated in anti-war protest in London. They call on the British and American troops to leave Iraq. In protest, opponents of the war in Iraq marked three years since it was launched, BBC informs. Demonstrations against the presence of American and British troops in Iraq be conducted in other countries as well as in the Iraqi capital Baghdad.
Islamic military detonated a bomb near a police car in North Pakistan. In the incident seven people were killed and four others were injured, reports AP. Three policemen, three paramilitary and passerby were killed, Ali Dar specifies katakana from the local police. Yet no group has claimed responsibility for the blast, but police suspect that the bombing was the work of Islamic militant groups from neighboring region where we assume that terrorists are hiding from several groups.
Iraq is in a state of civil war. This is stated in the BBC's former Iraqi premier Eyad Allawi. TV points out that British officials have repeatedly refuted allegations that Iraq can start or is already a civil war. Earlier, British Defense Secretary John Reid during his visit to Iraq says the country's progress and monitor the security forces controlled most of the country. But according to Allawi should not turn a blind eye to such a serious situation. "Every day in the country killed 50-60 people, if not more.
Baghdad International Airport was closed for security reasons, AP reported. Agency refers to the spokesperson of the Ministry of Transport Ahmed Abdul Wahabi. In his words, the airport will be closed today and tomorrow in order to avoid any violence, celebrating 40 days of the death of Imam Hussein. However, millions of Shiites gathered in Karbala to mark the end of the 40-year period of mourning, which honors the memory of Imam Hussein, a Shiite who is the grandson of Prophet Mohammed. We recall that in the past, the authorities closed the international airport for security reasons only during elections.
U. S. Army in Iraq has freed 350 prisoners, Deutsche Welle reported. Special Committee, which includes U. S. troops and three Iraqi ministries, has recommended their release. Another 14,000 Iraqis are in U. S. jails in the country. Newspaper "New York Times" reported that one of them, located near the airport of Baghdad, was detained assault. The newspaper refers to the confidential reports of the U. S. Department of Defense. Meanwhile in Baghdad airport was closed for two days due to security reasons.
Masked Palestinians shot 25-year-old Palestinian town of Salfit in the West Bank, AP reported. Armed men accused Naseem Ahmed that cooperate with the Israelis. Murder is another act of violence when armed men - representatives of Fatah and unemployed Palestinians stormed government buildings, briefly took control of the power plant and blocked a main road in Gaza.
Iraqi insurgents marked the third godishninaot U. S. invasion of the country with a series of bombings. Seven policemen were killed when several bombs exploded in the streets of Baghdad. Explosion of a shop in Baghdad killed three civilians and 15 were injured. Police today found the body of 14 Iraqis in the capital. Among them is 13-year-old girl, the AP reported.
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