No impact of Sabah standoff on MILF peace talks –

Meanwhioe, Malaysia sent a new batch of 19 peacekeepers, headed by Maj. Gen. Dato Fadzil Bin Mokhtar, to southern Philippines to lead the International Monitoring Team (IMT) that was created by the Philippine government and the MILF in 2004 to oversee the implementation of the ceasefire agreement in several areas in Mindanao, the MILF said […]

Indian Kashmir attack by militants disguised as cricketers kills five –

The last major suicide mission in Srinagar was in January 2010 when militants from the pro-Pakistan militant group Jamiat-ul-Mujahedin opened fire in the centre of the city and took refuge in a hotel on the main street. Both militants were killed, as well as a police officer and a bystander. Indian Kashmir, where a 20-year […]

South Korea Disputes North’s Dismissal of Armistice – New York Times

Following through on a standing threat that it revived last week amid tensions over joint U.S.-South Korean military drills coupled with U.N. sanctions, North Korea declared the armistice nullified as of Monday and that the guns of the 1950-53 Korean War, silenced for 60 years under an uneasy truce, could roar again any time. North […]

Ram Singh hangs himself, Tihar cell inmates ‘sleep away’ – Hindustan Times

The main accused in the fatal gangrape of a student on a bus in New Delhi last December hanged himself in Tihar jail on Monday, prompting speculation on how he managed to kill himself when he supposed to be under guard. Ram Singh, 33, was accused of driving […]

5 US troops die in helicopter crash in Afghanistan – USA TODAY

An official says the helicopter went down outside Kandahar city, the capital of Kandahar province.(Photo: Anja Niedringhaus, AP) KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A helicopter crash in southern Afghanistan has killed five American service members, officials said Tuesday. Monday night’s crash brought the total number of U.S. troops killed that day to seven, making it the […]

Anger in India as Italy refuses to send back 2 marines facing trial in fishermen … – Hindustan Times

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday termed as “unacceptable” Italy’s refusal to send its two marines back to India where they were facing trial for killing two fishermen and said the issue will be taken up with that country. Singh conveyed this to delegations of Kerala MPs from Left and […]

Indian anger over Italy decision on marines – BBC News

12 March 2013 Last updated at 06:32 ET Italy wants the marines to be tried at home There has been an angry reaction in India to Italy’s decision not to send back two Italian marines charged with the murder of two fishermen in […]

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