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January 02, 2005


Foreign troops off Tiger rebel areas in tsunami-hit Sri Lanka: "Sri Lanka was Sunday waiting for a green light from Tamil Tiger rebels to deploy foreign military personnel to carry out tsunami relief operations in areas dominated by them, officials said."

On SpaceWar.com

Sudan military to withdraw from south within 30 months: "The Sudanese military is to complete the withdrawal of its forces from the south within 30 months of signing a peace deal ending a 21-year conflict with rebels, an independent daily reported Sunday."

On SpaceWar.com

HA Planning continues as 15th MEU (SOC) nears affected regions: "ABOARD USS BONHOMME RICHARD (Jan. 2, 2005) -- In the wake of the recent tsunami that swept across the Indian Ocean and claimed more than 100,000 lives, the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Oper...

[in Marine Corps News]"

Up to 1,500 U.S. Marines to Help S.Lanka Relief Work: "COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (Reuters) - The United States will dispatch up to 1,500 marines and a mini aircraft carrier carrying some 20 helicopters to Sri Lanka to assist in relief and reconstruction, a senio...

[in Reuters]"

U.S. Soldier Killed In Gunfight: "A U.S. soldier and a former Afghan militia leader were killed Sunday when American troops clashed with gunmen during a search operation in western Afghanistan, U.S. and Afghan officials said.The troop...

[in KYW3]"

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