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11 Sep 2009
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israel out of gaza last of israel's military force has completely withdrawn from the gaza strip in the middle east, fiat will take a 35% stake in chrysler without putting in any cash just in trade for technology and opening new markets up to chrysler, 3 lefty presidents in a row barack obama left handed george bush and bill clinton all left handed presidents third one in a row, world news, good news and views, myinboxnews****,
21 Jan 2009
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Ukrainian 'spetznaz' (inner special military forces) showing their skills in hand-to-hand fight with the use of digging tools, kalashnikovs and knives, breaking wooden boards and bricks
3 Nov 2009
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BY TRACY PFEIFFER Anchor: Megan Murphy You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy A historic turn in the Balkans -- officials from Serbia and Kosovo met for face-to-face talks for the first time since the Kosovo declared its independence from the United Nations in 2008. “The EU is mediating the negotiations as relations between the two countries remain tense, with Serbia denying Kosovo sovereignty. For that reason, the focus will be more on day-to-day issues like trade and air traffic.” (RT) Analysts argue, these seemingly innocuous issues are direct results of Serbia’s refusal to recognize Kosovo’s independence -- and are causing problems on the ground. The Irish Times points out -- Serbia does not allow vehicles registered in Kosovo. Al Jazeera reports, the contested nation cannot get its own telephone country code. And the Financial Times says, Serbia refuses to accept Kosovar customs stamps -- meaning Kosovar manufacturers cannot ship goods through Serbia. The Balkans has a long history of ethnic strife. The eventual disintegration of Yugoslavia in the 1990s fueled the tension, resulting in a deadly conflict between Serbia and Kosovo over the question of Kosovar sovereignty. NATO military forces intervened in the late ‘90s, and Kosovo was put under control of the UN until it declared independence in 2008. (Video: euronews) But despite the historical bad blood, representatives from both Balkan states had nothing but optimism for the media prior to the negotiations. BORKO STEFANOVIC, SERBIAN HEAD NEGOTIATOR: “There will be tough issues and easier ones, but of course we have high hopes and we expect that this dialogue will give fast and rapid implementations of solutions that we will find together in this process.” EDITA TAHIRI, KOSOVO DEPUTY PM: “We are coming with positive spirit and with constructive approach. There is a lot of things on the agenda in terms of practical issues.” (CCTV) So why come to the table now? A writer for the UK’s The Independent says, Serbia is eyeing European Union membership -- something it can only get by mending ties with Kosovo. But the writer also notes, the latter has reasons to cooperate as well. “Unlike Serbia, it is in no position to dream of EU membership. But it is dependent on EU subsidies and with its right to statehood contested around the world, Kosovo needs to maintain the diplomatic goodwill of both Europe and the US, whose military was decisive in securing its independence.” But an article from European Voice argues, it’s not the Balkan states under pressure here -- it’s the EU itself. The writer says, the international body needs to get serious about the talks, rather than sidestepping the big issue. “...any dialogue focused solely on technical issues and with no clear perspective on the north's political future will do little more than affirm and legitimate the Serbia-run parallel structures in the north. Given Pristina's adamant opposition to Belgrade's control of the north, the prospects of a frozen conflict would then only increase.” Currently, Kosovo is considered partially-recognized, with some 75 UN countries recognizing its independence. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
12 Mar 2011
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Nigerian military force enters through a gate in respective cars. Fortune gets crashed when a policeman who was sitting inside the backside wide zip, fall on his face from the running zip!
18 Apr 2019
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A military music video about the mission these arctic c-130's do.
27 Sep 2006
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Footage of a haunting at Clark Air Base.
4 Oct 2007
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*******www.jomadeals****: Invicta Force Lefty Terra Military Mens Watch 2770. A classic, masculine watch with flipped orientation for an original style. This military deal of the day is $141 (72% off the $495 retail price). Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST). September 2, 2009. One time in college I was going to a football game and painted the school’s name on my forehead as a show of support (nothing says, “I’m a College Student” like bodypaint). Unfortunately, I used my bathroom mirror and painted it backwards. So instead of going in as a USC fan, I unwittingly went in as a CSU fan (which coincidentally was the visiting team that day; oh, the situational irony). It wouldn’t have been so bad if my seats weren’t right in the middle of the student section. I’ve never had so many people “accidentally” spill beer on me in my whole life. (that’s a fun little anecdote, feel free to use that one at parties). How does that sad story of my social missteps relate to today’s Daily Deal? Well, this watch is an Invicta Force Lefty Terra Military, a watch designed to be opposite. It’s a mirror image watch. Everything on the dial has been flipped (except the numbers still go the same way, it’s not THAT twisted). It’s like looking at yourself in a mirror all the time (a great feature for our narcissists customers). The dial knobs are built on the left side rather than the right, and the strap pins are furnished with little levers that allow you to remove them without tools. So this Daily Deal is not only great for people who want something different, but also for people who want to wear TWO watches at once (one on the left, one on the right; that would be the coolest thing ever, you’d be like that one Batman villain the Clock King…or Flavor Flav). It’s also perfect for our beloved left-handed customers (straight from Ned Flanders’ Leftorium). You’ll get lots of compliments, I promise (if you look at a mirror image in the mirror, I hear the universe implodes on itself…sounds like a fun mirror game). This deal of the day also has a larger than normal dial and a genuine leather strap, a couple of style choices that enhance the manliness of the watch and are sure to gain you points and more firmly establish your place as alpha male (trust me, it’s not fun being Beta male; see my sad story above). P.S. Here’s another fun Mirror Game: When you’re alone, if you look into a mirror, turn out all the lights, and say, “Daily Deals, Daily Deals, Daily Deals” three times in a row on a full moon on Halloween, you’ll magically look like a moron. Jomadeals**** does not ship outside the USA and its territories. Shoppers from outside the USA may place orders for delivery within the United States.
16 May 2010
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ROK Special forces!!
29 Jan 2010
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Ten are dead after the Israeli Navy raided a flotilla carrying relief supplies to the Gaza Strip, causing tensions to rise between Israel and Turkey.
31 May 2010
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Korean War Pictures
23 Jun 2010
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BY ALYSSA CARTEE You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Anti-government forces are advancing on Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte. If they take control of the city, it could mean the beginning of the end for Gaddafi. For WPTV, NBC’s Richard Engel says Sirte is vital for the rebels. “Sirte is a strategic city because it is Gaddafi’s hometown. He has tribal support there and if the rebels are able to take Sirte, then it's not much farther to Tripoli. So Sirte could prove to be one the most decisive battles in this conflict so far.” CNN reports rebels believe a major reason for the rapid advance is allied intervention. “They are telling us that the fact that they’ve had this success so far is due to those ongoing airstrikes. What we have been seeing on the ground is those airstrikes come in, pound Gaddafi’s forces’ positions, clear them out of these areas and that has been allowing the opposition to move forward.” As rebel fighters advance - Gaddafi is ordering reinforcements to the coastal town. BBC’s John Simpson suggests time will be key in who wins the battle for Sirte. “The quicker the rebel progress goes, the faster morale here will start to buckle. But if progress slows I suspect the reverse may happen, and resistance will stiffen.” But on HLN, rebels and critics both confirm, the battle gets much tougher from here -- if it gets beyond here. “The rebels say the fight to overtake that city could be their most difficult and bloodiest battle yet, but taking control would be a huge symbolic victory for those who wish to end Gaddafi’s rule.” Reports conflict about just how close rebel forces are to Sirte but Al Jazeera reports the battle has no clear end in sight. “But pro-government soldiers are heading somewhere. (explosion) And as these pictures show, the battle for Libya is far from over.” Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
5 Apr 2011
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