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US army in iraq attacks clip guerrilla warfare firefight engage clash ac-130 50 cal. insurgents wasted gunship action mission 500lb JDAM kills IRAQ 2008 clip US american
23 Apr 2009
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Army Sgt. Frank Sandoval struggled for nearly two years to recover from a head injury sustained in combat in Iraq, unfortunately he passed away when his brain swelled after surgery on July 18 2007. If you want to know more about him: *******www.militarytimes****/valor/2868736.html Tags: US army in iraq attacks clip guerrilla warfare firefight engage clash ac-130 50 cal. insurgents wasted gunship action mission 500lb JDAM kills IRAQ 2008 clip US american air force military northern alliance insurgent getting owned by his own RPG mortar backfires on insurgents face stupid dumbdass terrorist nearly kills everyone around him with an ak-47 stupid insurgent kills everyone around him firing rpg haji dead special forces shot down apache helicopter hellfire us navy seals british sas special forces green berets airborne elite swat shooting rpg hellfire missile takes out terrorists apache kills 30mm terrorists al qaeda insurgents boat cut up cannon UAV predator airstrike insurgents taken out AH 64 takes out insurgents killed by us military marines marine corps 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion recon echo 1st plt 2/7 2/2 boeing 101st airborne 3rd company AH-64 apache 2000 pound jdam us military calls multiple air strikes apache attack helicopter gunship gun run afghanistan taliban nato soldiers kabul marine sniper .50 cal fighting taliban in helmand uk troops canadian troops soldiers operation militants ambush takes out insurgent vehicle with hellfire missile in iraq AH-64 engage insurgent car with hellfire missile in vicinity hawijah guns gunfight gunfire weapons bullets ammunition sniper round rifle caliber m6 machine gun US air force predator UAV apache airtrikes airstrike in iraq night attack air strike on insurgents american military insurgents meet their virgins 30mm & hellfire killed by marine marines kill insurgents marines kicking insurgent ass apache attack f 16 strikes insurgents ah 64 engage insurgents engaged al qaeda marine corps 500 pound jdam dropped USMC boot camp echo operation 1st battalion 3rd regiment 30th combat team brigade rangers infantry division foot patrol bravo company american soldiers boot camp semper fi oorah 2nd regime 1st platoon kilo company 31st airborne us military army 50 cal. A-10 insurgents death insurgents dead marines kill terrorists air strike on insurgents terrorist A 10 semper fidelis resistance jihad mujahideen iraqi resistance juba sniper shot guns bullets rounds gunfire gunshots gunfight firefight fighter c-4 vbied explosion insurgent roadside bomb carbomb vbied ied explosive mines suicide attacks usa soldier dead afghanistan taliban m1a1 abrams tank A10 helicopter pakistan iran nuclear program weapons nuke america ambusher Iraq War Jihad Mujahideen Firefight Ambush IED VBIED AlQaeda ISI IAI Islamic state of iraq IRAQ IED Bush AMERICAN Tank Resistance USA guerrilla warfare Iraq USMC ambush ied vbied attack alqaeda terrorist isi iai jami jaami sunni wahabi salafi jihad mujahideen best attacks intahar saldırıları IRAK mine bombs tank big bang granede explosives jihad and best jihad resistance death us marines 1st battallion echo operation thunder storm desert storm marine infantry division hummvees war 100 بغداد قناص .dead soldiers apache helicopter 30mm hellfire uav airstrike insurgent kills ac 130 gunship 50 cal F14 F15 F18 military usmc m1a1 tank army air force sniper AH 64 engage attack combat battle explosion missile iraq afghanistan taliban iraqi resistance jihad ied roadside bomb insurgency bombing al qaeda juba sniper war firefight terrorist terrorists terrorism Jaish al Mujahideen IED attacks.M1-Abrams.Hummer US Bradley Armored vehicle hit by IED Jaish_Al-Mujahideen IED Attacks.Hamas of Iraq IED on Invaders Humvee Al Qaeda: Huge ied Vs American Forces Humvee ied On Humvee vbied explosion insurgent car ied.suicide attacks.iraq vbeid ied truck bomb suicide attack isi al-sunnah marines army baghdad fallujah diyala al-qaeda insurgents iraq kirkuk truck bomb minesweeper jaish .power of ied humvee.iraq war jihad mujahideen dead killed us soldiers ied vbied Soldiers found ied then c-4ed it no more ied Media Mücahidler Hummer'e takla Iraq Mujahideen ied hummer kill us soldier iraq war jihad mujahideen isi al qaeda green banner brigades mujahed ied mortar humvee hummer ISI iraq war jihad mujahideen ied vbied humvee bufallo infantry vehicle isi al qaeda hamas of iraq detonate insurgents insurgency terrorists resistance Insurgents Destroy American Forces Vehicle IED Hits American Forces Humvee c4 explosive anti-tank mine torpedo C 4 explosive fall iai isi al qaeda dead death graphic execution insurgents insurgency terrorists resistance occupation troops democracy army armed forces coalition ninawa mosul jaish al headshot Mujahideen mosul american occupation insurgents iraq resistance ied destruction News Politics iraq war air force F14 F16 apache helicopter attack troops strike military marines
12 Feb 2010
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Balochistan, March 15: Ignore the people of the region and exploit the natural resources – this is what is happening in Balochistan province in Pakistan. The Balochs have been living in misery since 1948, ever since the free and sovereign state ruled by the Khan of Kalat was forcibly annexed by Pakistan. The Balochs have been waging a low level insurgency against the forceful occupation of their homeland since then. Prince Abdul Karim Khan opposed the atrocities of Pakistan and launched the first Baloch National Resistance Movement in May 1948.The movement, whether armed or political, is their struggle for human rights, honor, identity and national salvation.It seeks to control Baloch affairs and destiny – economically, politically, socially and culturally.
17 Mar 2010
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Narathiwat hosts our most favorite mainland beaches in Thailand and would have a lot of provincial charme.If it would not be for the Islamic insurgency and the bombings and ambushes, which claimed 4.000 lifes since 2004 - when political hardliner Thaksin Shinawatra imposed new rules down here!
6 Apr 2010
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Maoist insurgents attack Indian police on patrol, killing dozens of them in one operation. It is the worst attack by the Naxalites in recent memory.
10 Apr 2010
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Muzaffarabad,June 08: A two-decade-old long insurgency may not end in Jammu and Kashmir unless Pakistan stops arming,training and sending militants to the Himalayan state,security analysts have said.
9 Jun 2010
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An insurgent attack in the Somali capital Mogadishu leaves more than 30 people dead, including six government officials.
27 Aug 2010
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International observers are calling an attack on the Chechen parliament the latest sign Russia is unable to quell an insurgency in its North Caucasus region.
21 Oct 2010
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BY EMOKE BEBIAK You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy The Afghan people are furious about the deaths of nine innocent children -- killed while collecting firewood when NATO forces mistook them for insurgents and opened fire. Village Mullah: “We’re all gonna to die one day, but we have to take revenge for our young children from these infidels.” (Al Jazeera) NATO was quick to apologize on Wednesday -- the day after the airstrike. The children were between the ages of 8 and 14. General David Petraeus issued a statement -- widely reported as his first public apology -- in which he says he is -quote- “deeply sorry.” Civilian casualties have been a major source of resentment for Afghan President Hamid Karzai toward NATO forces. In a statement he asks... “...whether bombing an area where poor children were collecting firewood for winter was the way to succeed against terrorism and secure Afghanistan.” That anger isn’t lost on U.S. military officials. In an apology video on YouTube, Lt. General David Rodriguez -- commander of the International Security Assistance Force -- says deadly incidents like this are rare -- and the coalition is only partially responsible. “And I ask that the Afghan people help their security forces to stop this helpless killing brought upon all of the us by an enemy who wants to rule the people through fear and violence. Help us honor the lives lost by pursuing a future of hope.” But Wired questions just the sincerity of the apology. “It’s worth asking who the real audience for Rodriguez’s statement is. Not only is the video in English, but very few Afghans have internet access...” But the video IS available in Pashto and Dari -- the two official languages of Afghanistan. Still - MSNBC host Joe Scarborough suggests Washington doesn’t get it. He says there will be payback for what he calls this - quote - “unspeakable tragedy.” “Just looking at the long-term implications for the United States of America, we have just created a new generation of terrorists (People who hate us.). We have people in Washington, D.C., clueless to the impact of drone strikes.” For the record - this incident was the result of a helicopter strike. Democracy Now! guest Rick Rowley says deadly attacks on civilians are on the rise and it reveals NATO forces’ struggles in the area. “But really, what this string of attacks shows, of air attacks shows, is that the strategy on which the surge was built and build is over. And it’s failed... The US has turned to a firepower-intensive kind of combat where, you know, every metric is trending against the Americans now, by every measurable means the US is losing the war there now.” According to the Afghanistan Rights Monitor, almost 2,500 civilians died last year and NATO forces were responsible for 21 percent of the deaths. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
5 Mar 2011
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BY MELISSA ROADMAN ANCHOR JIM FLINK You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy. Two U.S. soldiers are killed by friendly fire. That’s the word from two anonymous Pentagon sources. Chicago’s WFLD has the details. “It happened last week in the Helmund province in southern Afghanistan. Reports are the two U.S. soldiers died from a missile from a U.S. Predator drone. Officials believe that drone may have mistaken the two of them for insurgents.” Within 72 hours of the incident, the Pentagon launched it’s own investigation. But Fox News reports, that could be a long process. “A second investigating team operating out of Afghanistan is poring over black box cockpit recordings and all the data that was recorded during the incident. It will take about a week to gather the data and then another week to conduct on the ground interviews with those involved in the incident.” Initial reports say Marines were watching streaming video from the predator when they saw infrared images -- believed to be insurgents-- coming toward them. They ordered a missile strike, which killed the two soldiers. NBC reports... “It's believed that this is the first time that U.S. service members have been killed by a Predator in a friendly fire incident.” A report from Michigan’s WKZO says... “The unofficial version blames the mistake on the very ground troops that Seaman Benjamin Rast and another Marine were trying to reach. They called in the airstrike and the drone shot a hellfire missile at them, killing them.” Fox News reports President Barack Obama has increased the use of unmanned missions tin order o prevent pilot deaths. But incidents like these raise concerns about the safety of soldiers on the ground. TIME’s Swampland blog says, one of the dead soldier’s fathers doesn’t want to play the blame game -- he just wants changes. "If it was a royal screw-up, it was a royal screw-up … Make corrections because I don't want another family to have to go through this. But trying to put a bigger burden on that person who fired the missile is not something I would do." And according to a writer for Wired, misguided drone strikes are not new. It points to a Los Angeles Times article about a quote- “drone strike gone awry” in 2010. “...a combination of misinterpreted signals and the fog of war led drone operators and special operations forces on the ground to think a convoy of Afghan civilians in vehicles was an inbound Taliban attack force. … The strike killed 15-16 men, one woman and three children according to the U.S. military.” Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
16 Apr 2011
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BY TRACY PFEIFFER ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Afghan security forces are scrambling to save face after hundreds of Taliban fighters escaped in an elaborate prison break scheme -- without any guards noticing. REPORTER, VOICE OVER: “More than 470 Afghan prisoners have broken out of jail through an escape tunnel dug by Taliban insurgents underneath the prison walls. The breakout happened at Kandahar prison, which is meant to be one of the country’s highest-security jails. A Taliban spokesman said the tunnel had taken nearly five months to complete.” (euronews) While Afghan officials put the number of escapees around 470, the Taliban says they sprung about 540. Reports indicate about a dozen prisoners have been re-captured since the nighttime escape. The incident has drawn harsh criticism of Afghan security forces and the government itself. A former member of the Parliament in Kandahar tells The Christian Science Monitor... “I would call this a shameful incident for the Afghan government … It is impossible for the Taliban to get 500 men out of prison without anyone’s help. I believe there are some people from the prison or the government who gave the Taliban support. ... It’s now clear to everyone how corrupt the government is.” Adding to concern -- This is the second time this particular prison has had a massive break out. In 2008, somewhere around 1,000 prisoners escaped after the Taliban blew up the prison gates -- and a reporter for the BBC says, the consequences of that prison break will likely repeat in this instance. REPORTER: “We saw an upsurge in violence in Kandahar City and in the surrounding area. We just spent a week down there, just outside the city. American forces there were saying they’ve made a lot of progress in pushing the Taliban back. Well, that area is going to be all the more difficult for them because of those escapees.” Most reports indicate the escapees were mid-level commanders and foot soldiers -- but a writer for the Guardian says, don’t let that fool you -- they’re still very important members of the Taliban. “Two problems that the Taliban upper command has always wrestled with is the direction and the discipline of its fragmented and often dispersed fighting force. A loss of mid-level leadership makes those problems much more intractable as there is no one to pass on broad instructions or corral the often disorganised fighters on the ground.” Finally, a producer for Al Jazeera says the jailbreak is particularly bad on a strategic level, as most of the freed fighters are from an area where NATO forces hoped to make a lot of progress this year. QAIS AZIMY, KABUL PRODUCER: “This jail was not only for Kandahar, it was for the provinces in the South. And also, Afghan forces and NATO forces this year -- they are focusing in the south of Afghanistan … They were expecting lots of fighters in this area. And if Taliban could manage to break this jail and take their fighters out of the jail, it is the first success of this year for the Taliban.” 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Apr 2011
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BY TRACY PFEIFFER ANCHOR JENNIFER MECKLES You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy. In Afghanistan, the Taliban has announced its plans to launch what’s being called a quote-“spring offensive” beginning May 1st. REPORTER, VOICE OVER: “The Taliban have declared the start of a spring offensive, warning that it'll target foreign troops in Afghanistan as well as Afghan security forces and government officials. In a statement on Saturday, the hardline Islamists also warned Afghan civilians to stay away from public gatherings, military bases and convoys, as well as Afghan government buildings.” (Xinhua) The Taliban’s statement comes just as the Pentagon released its latest report on progress in Afghanistan to Congress. Media are calling the release cautiously optimistic, and CNN reports... “The latest semi-annual report concludes insurgent momentum has been halted in much of the country, though the gains are ‘fragile and reversible.’ However, the report notes that efforts to fortify government and development was ‘slower than security gains’ over the last six months.” Fox News’ Jenna Lee spoke with retired army Major General Bob Scales, who says this spring season will be particularly important. He explains, President Barack Obama’s troop surge helped troops make a lot of progress during the relatively quiet winter season. MAJ. GEN. BOB SCALES: “While the Taliban has been absent, the coalition forces have had a chance to try to establish rule of law, to train the Afghan forces, to break down into small unit outposts where they’ve been able to communicate with the people to approve their lot and to establish the rule of law. So from a military perspective, the conditions on the ground are different because instead of the Taliban simply coming back to occupy their old positions of authority, now they’re going to have to fight for them.” But a writer for The Globe and Mail says whether the Taliban can successfully win back territories and neighborhoods from coalition forces doesn’t matter -- it’s the message. “Intimidation and threats are weapons as powerful as suicide attacks and roadside bombs in a guerrilla war. So the Taliban’s new promise to target ‘places of gatherings,’ and to murder Afghan government officials and anyone providing goods or services to foreign forces, is meant to terrify all Afghans.” CNN also reports, the U.S. military says, so far it’s created the quote- “necessary conditions” to transfer security control to the Afghan government in seven areas of the country, representing about a fourth of the population. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy
3 May 2011
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An amazing video from Iraq; a must see video of the pepole fighting the American army
21 Mar 2007
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In February 1996, the first shots of Nepal's civil war rang out across the Himalayas. Ten years on, more than 12,000 people have lost their lives as Nepal's ruling monarchy battles with Maoist rebels seeking to establish a communist republic.
11 Jul 2007
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In February 1996, the first shots of Nepal's civil war rang out across the Himalayas. Ten years on, more than 12,000 people have lost their lives as Nepal's ruling monarchy battles with Maoist rebels seeking to establish a communist republic.
11 Jul 2007
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