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Ahmadinejad Warns Against New Sanctions on Iran

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says Tehran will act against any new sanctions and is still open to a uranium swap deal. During a news conference in Tehran Tuesday, Mr.

Ukraine Presidential Vote Faces Court Challenge

Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko is mounting a formal legal challenge against the results of Ukraine's recent presidential election, amid indications that apparent winner Viktor Yanukovych may be inaugurated as early as February 25. The head of the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc in parliament, Ivan Kyrylenko, says the prime minister's party will contest the presidential election no later than Tuesday in Ukraine's Supreme Administrative Court. Kyrylenko says his bloc is offering substantive and serious arguments for review by the judicial branch. Ms.

Suspected US Drone Strike Kills 3 in Pakistan

Pakistani officials say a suspected U.S.

IJC Operational Update Feb. 16

An Afghan-international force interdicted three vehicles in three separate engagements, resulting in more than 10 militants killed while pursuing a Taliban commander in Helmand province yesterday. The joint force was sent to a rural area in the Washir District after intelligence information revealed militants were in several vehicles. One of the vehicles drove away and attempted to elude the assault force. As the combined force attempted to stop it, weapons were pointed at the coalition force through the open car windows.

Operation Moshtarak Update for Feb. 15

The clearing phase of operation Moshtarak continued yesterday. The combined force continues to face sporadic fire fights. The combined forces have incurred casualties. A press conference held yesterday in Lashkar Gah included General Abdul Rahim Wardak, minister of Defense; Mohammed Hanif Atmar, minister of Interior; Mohammed Gulab Mangal, governor of Helmand province; Brig. Gen. Sher Mohammad Zazai, ANA 205 Corps commander; and General Stanley McChrystal, ISAF commander. Gen.

Royal Thai and U.S. Marines Reunite for Joint CBRN Training

More than 50 Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) service members from the Royal Thai Navy, Marines, Airforce and 19 U.S. Marines with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) reunited and exchanged CBRN knowledge and tactics, Feb. 3-10, as part of Cobra Gold 2010 (CG ’10).

 “This was our second year working together,” said Staff Sgt. Marco Flores, 31st MEU CBRN chief.

Coming Soon - New Crew-Served Weapons Training on Navy E-Learning

Center for Security Forces announced the upcoming release of four additions to its weapons safety training series on Navy E-Learning this April. Debuting are Web-based lessons for the crew-served weapons (CSW) M2HB 50 caliber machine gun, M240 and MK44 7.62 millimeter medium machine gun, and the MK19 Mod III 40 millimeter grenade machine gun.