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Drone hijacked by Iran, Libyan Rebels becoming rogue Militias

In Afghan Frontline against Terror, Crime and human story, Libya live video feeds and Updates, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Video Stream-Middle East Uprising on December 7, 2011 at 1:31 pm

America lost one of its most secretive and high tech weapon over Iranian airspace

US worried intercepted stealth drone will aid Iran

From: AlJazeeraEnglish | Dec 6, 2011 | 301 views

US officials have acknowledged that the military lost control of one of its stealth drones while it was flying a mission over western Afghanistan.

Iran’s official IRNA news agency reported on Sunday that Iran’s armed forces had shot down the RQ-170, known as the Sentinel, and are now in possession of it.

US officials rejected that claim, saying there were no indications the plane was shot down. In either case, officials said this would be the first Sentinel lost by the US.

Al Jazeera’s Rosiland Jordan looks at the potential implications of losing the high-tech drone

Tripoli residents tired of militias

From: AlJazeeraEnglish | Dec 6, 2011 | 300 views

Libya’s NTC has given armed fighters from other parts of the country two weeks to hand over their weapons – or get out of Tripoli.

Residents of the capital say thuggish and intimidating behaviour is out of control.

Anita McNaught reports

Raw Video: Violence in Syria

From: AssociatedPress | Dec 6, 2011 | 140 views

Amateur video purportedly shows violence in the Syrian city of Homs, which has killed up to 50 people in the past 24 hours, leaving dozens of bodies in the streets, activists said Tuesday. (Dec. 6)

Carnage of American Troops at Afghanistan, Video of Bosnia American embassy attack

In Afghan Frontline against Terror, Crime and human story, Global terror, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Strange new world, terror tora tora on October 29, 2011 at 7:30 pm

Video of Gunman who attacked outside American embassy and the Carnage at Kabul of americans- The escalating War

US Official: 13 Americans Killed in Kabul Attack
From: AssociatedPress | Oct 29, 2011 | 331 views
A Taliban suicide bomber rammed a van into an armored NATO bus Saturday in Kabul, killing 13 American troops and four Afghans, U.S. and Afghan officials said. (Oct. 29)

Afghanistan suicide blast targets ISAF convoy
From: AlJazeeraEnglish | Oct 29, 2011 | 114 views
The Taliban has claimed responsibility for a suicide attack that killed at least 17 people after a car rammed into a convoy of foreign troops in Kabul, the Afghan capital.

The attack on Saturday killed 13 service members from the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), according to an ISAF spokesperson, as well as a police officer and three civilians.

A US official, speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed that the killed service members are all from the US.

Al Jazeera’s Bernard Smith reports from Kabul

Published on Oct 29, 2011 by AssociatedPress
Special police units raided homes Saturday in a Bosnian village linked to the gunman who fired an automatic weapon at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo in what authorities called a terrorist attack. (Oct. 29)

World Famous Thai Hindu Temple under Flood, Al Shabab warns more Terror strikes

In Afghan Frontline against Terror, Global terror, Hindu Diaspora News, hinduism news, India news, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Nature and Environment, terror tora tora on October 5, 2011 at 4:24 pm

World Heritage site and ancient Hindu Temple- Cahiwattanaram is under waters

Published on Oct 5, 2011 by Euronews

http://www.euronews.net/ Floodwaters have inundated one of Thailand’s most popular tourist destinations.

The 400-year-old Chai Wattanaram temple is one of the places cut off in the ancient city of Ayutthaya, a UNESCO world heritage site.

Deputy Governor of Ayutthaya, Narong Onsaard, said: “The situation is very severe because in previous years we were able to handle it. But the situation now is worse than in the past. We didn’t expect the very strong currents that damaged the embankment. We’ve tried our best, because this is an ancient site as well as a world heritage site.”

Terror Trial in Detroit Starts With Outburst

From: AssociatedPress | Oct 5, 2011 | 13 views

A Nigerian man accused of trying to bring down a jetliner with a bomb in his underwear made an outburst in federal court Tuesday, claiming that a radical Muslim cleric recently killed by the U.S. military is still alive. (Oct. 4)

Somali militants warn of more serious attacks

From: Euronews | Oct 5, 2011 | 23 views

http://www.euronews.net/ Somali islamist militants Al Shabaab are urging people to stay away from government buildings in Mogadishu after the group carried out a deadly bombing on Tuesday. More than 70 people were killed when a device was detonated in the capital inside a compound housing four government ministries.

Al Shabaab spokesman Sheikh Ali Mohamud Rage issued this statement:

“We warn you Somali people to keep away from government buildings and military bases where there are soldiers, because we are planning more serious attacks.”

Inside Story – Kabul’s new strategy for peace

From: AlJazeeraEnglish | Oct 3, 2011 | 1,838 views

Why has the Afghan president abandoned peace talks with the Taliban? Guests: Ali Sarwar Naqvi, Jalal Rabbani, Omar Samad

Karzai seals strategic pact with India

From: AlJazeeraEnglish | Oct 4, 2011 | 551 views

The political leaders of Afghanistan and India have forged closer ties between their nations by signing a “strategic partnership” following talks in New Delhi.

The agreement, announced on Tuesday after Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s meeting with Manmohan Singh, the Indian prime minister, is the first such pact between Afghanistan and another country and aims to boost trade, security and cultural links between the countries.

Karzai, speaking at a press conference with Singh, stressed again that “terrorism and radicalism” were being used “as an instrument of policy against our citizens”.

Al Jazeera’s Prerna Suri reports from New Delhi, India.

Afghan War Video Report-Failure to understand Islamism, The Receding Frontline against Global Terror

In a word with you, Afghan Frontline against Terror, Analyst talk, Global terror, Ground zero defilement, La Amerika, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, terror tora tora on October 5, 2011 at 3:39 pm

Failure to stem Islamism has enabled Taliban to turn the tides and wear out the enemy- and the roll back would have far reaching consequences both to the regional security and the world.

The AP couldn’t help give the other side of story- that shows how Taliban has taken over the country quite effortlessly thanks to the Islamism and its visceral hate for the Kaffur.

But AP would like us believe somehow Americans and the regime did it all wrong.

At any rate the complete switch of masses under incessant Islamic radicalism that shows through every frame of blaring prayer calls from mosques, the lesson world fails and refuses to learn is about Islam and its effect on the believer masses.

The men who fall every day to the inexorable advance of a foe, put on harms’ way by Policy makers who have no understanding of the Ideology behind the enemy, and a world that is made to look through the lens of media people with little clue to what it is that they are combating before it hits home and engulfs the region.

Left unchecked the Ideology flourishes there winning the masses, obtains a sympathetic hearing weakening the resolve to stay and fight, and having secured the Base or the Al Qaeda, it seems it is working now to bring the battle into its enemy lands from there.

First Person: Why I Joined the Taliban

From: AssociatedPress | Oct 5, 2011 | 121 views

The AP spoke to a Taliban soldier about why he joined the group, and why he thinks the Taliban is winning the now 10-year-old war in Afghanistan. (Oct. 5)

Video Essay: Inside Look at Afghan Outpost 1

From: AssociatedPress | Oct 5, 2011 | 64 views

Ten years after the invasion, Pakistan has become a safe haven for insurgents crossing into Afghanistan. Mountain top outposts are the first line of defense. The Associated Press takes a look inside Outpost 1. (Oct. 5)

Video Essay: Life at Remote Afghan Base

From: AssociatedPress | Oct 5, 2011 | 76 views

Isolated along the Pakistan border, the only way to deliver cargo to Forward Operating Base Tillman is to drop it by air. The U.S. military and the Afghan National Army and Afghan Border Police recover the supplies to keep the base running. (Oct. 5)

First Person: “Forgotten” Afghan War for Germans

From: AssociatedPress | Oct 5, 2011 | 42 views

A German soldier serving with NATO forces in Afghanistan says that many people back home have forgotten about the conflict, and don’t support the sacrifices soldiers are making. (Oct. 5)

First Person: a Female Teacher in Afghanistan

From: AssociatedPress | Oct 5, 2011 | 92 views

A female teacher in Kandahar, Afghanistan gives her thoughts on living under Taliban rule, how she got her education, and the future prospects for her country. (Oct. 5)

First Person: Afghan Soldier’s Life on Frontline

From: AssociatedPress | Oct 5, 2011 | 65 views

Despite the dangers, Mohammed Ali defied his family’s wishes and joined the Afghan National Army. The Army has struggled for 10 years to emerge as a cohesive fighting force. Now with the U.S. troops withdrawal imminent there’s a sense of urgency. (Oct. 5

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