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Uber Chic Home's vintage Swiss Army blankets repurposed as pillows and fabric for a bench cover. The bench is made of metal and old California grape The look is a by-product of a war culture that has grown up around more than a decade of global
The warmongers are still miffed that Justin Trudeau is withdrawing our six CF-18 aircraft from the Middle East, but they are more than mollified by the fact that under the new Liberal plan, there will be more boots on the ground. While deploying under
As commander of an advise and assist team from II Marine Expeditionary Force, McDonough deployed to Iraq in January 2015 with a 26-man contingent to directly counsel senior Iraqi military leaders, first at Al Asad Air Base and then Al Taqaddum. MARINE
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Is the Islamic State in decline or on the rise. -led air coalition in Syria and Iraq has put the Islamic State on the defensive over the past year, helping allies reclaim conquered territory and cutting into the terrorist group’s oil profits with precision strikes on refineries and trucks. But the ranks of the self-declared Islamic caliphate are likely to expand in the coming year, as veterans of the Middle East wars move on to other countries, U. N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon forecast in a report released Thursday. That has raised concerns about the spread of terrorist attacks and the possible development of crude chemical weapons, the report concluded. It is by no means certain that the world’s wealthiest terrorist organization will be driven from the vast tracts of land it has acquired in Iraq and Syria since 2013. But the Islamic State has already established beachheads well beyond its Middle East proving grounds. Some 34 groups around the world reportedly pledged allegiance to the movement by the end of 2015, according to Ban’s report. The movement and its affiliates have proved their ability to carry out complex terrorist attacks from Paris to Jakarta and to inspire “lone-wolf” terrorists, striking at Americans in San Bernardino last year. The Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, holds territory in Libya, where some 2,000 fighters have pledged allegiance to the movement’s leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. officials claim the group has a presence in Ajdabiya, Benghazi, and Tripoli, and maintains control over the desert city of Sirte, not far from the birthplace of former Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi. But the network’s sophisticated use of social media will continue to inspire people around the world to undertake terrorist attacks, according to U. S. and U. N. officials. “ISIL represents an unprecedented threat to international peace and security,” Ban wrote in the 23-page report. “It is able to adapt quickly to the changing environment and to persuade or inspire like-minded terrorist groups in various regions of the world to facilitate and commit acts of terrorism. “The growing threat posed by ISIL to international peace and security is reflected in its strategy of global expansion, the development of which may reflect a reaction to recent territorial losses inflicted. Source: foreignpolicy.com
Leaders from left, General Samson Mwathethe-Cheif of the Defence Force, President Uhuru Kenyatta (Kenya), Nigeria President Mohammadu Buhari, President Hassan Sheik (Somali) and Deputy President William Ruto (right) during inter-denomination prayer service for the KDF soldiers who were killed in Somali held at the 9th Kenya Riffle Moi Baracks Military Base in Eldoret on 27. 01. 2016. Pictures By Peter Ochieng They left the comfort of their homes and the love of family for the hardship of the barracks. They bade farewell to their loved ones, hoping that it would only be a matter of time before they come back home to those for whom their hearts beat. Instead of a familiar knock on the door, wives have been left with an unfamiliar loneliness. Sons have within them an incomprehensible longing for fathers whose absence can only be explained by an eternal memorial of brass boots, a rifle and a helmet located at Moi Barracks Eldoret. On it, brass strips with names of the departed. A fitting statue for our gallant soldiers. This was not in the script when, oozing patriotism, different companies within the Kenya Defence Forces took oath to serve and protect so that you and I can live free. It was a dangerous, yet necessary choice, which they made on behalf of the rest of the nation. Their mission. To keep Kenya safe by stabilising Somalia. And then El Adde happened. To the generals, the bloody January 15, 2016 attack was a setback in the push to stabilise Somalia. a push to secure Kenya. To the families of the fallen, the day is synonymous with death. To Kenyans it is everything between grief and fear. The civilised world grieves with Kenya. A month later, tears continue to flow. The pain of losing a loved one bites deeper. Families across the country continue to nurse and endure anguish. Those who received bodies of their kin watch as the flowers on the fresh graves wither. Those who don’t know the fate of their kin watch from a distance. in fear that it might just be a matter of time before a military truck carrying a flag-draped casket pulls up in the compound, bringing a kin to rest. always looking out for that hint of good news. Always on speed dial hoping for a familiar voice at the other side of the line. Hoping that their loved ones survived the attack and for over a month they have. Source: www.standardmedia.co.ke
The Nigerian Army on Tuesday said it would not reabsorb the 250 soldiers dismissed last week for failing to join their colleagues posted to the north east. The Acting Director of Army Public Relations, Sani Usman, said the soldiers were dismissed over gross acts of indiscipline, cowardice, and absence without leave. “The attention of the Nigerian Army has also been drawn to a set of 250 protesting dismissed soldiers in Nigerian Union of journalists (NUJ) Secretariat, Kaduna, pleading through the media to be reabsorbed back again into the Nigerian Army,” Mr. Usman, a colonel, said in a statement on Tuesday. “They were part of the 2,023 dismissed soldiers last year that were earlier reinstated back into the Service by the present Chief of Army Staff. However these set of soldiers (the 250) absconded for more than one week when they were told that they were to move to North East on the 6th of January 2016. “They started coming back when they realised that others were moved to units other than the theatre of operations in the North East. Please note that all efforts were made to make all the reinstated soldiers comfortable and integrate them back into the system. “The protesting soldiers are the few who are recalcitrant to military duties and discipline. No one should listen to them as they are not patriotic at all. Usman said the army had been tolerant with the soldiers’ acts of indiscipline and unprofessional conduct. “This was based on the understanding of their circumstances and conditions,” he said. “Efforts have been made to retrain them, integrate and give them sense of belonging. However the attitude of some of them has left so much to be desired and would not be tolerated anymore hence their dismissal from Service. The army said it arrested two soldiers at Yola park last Sunday with unauthorized military items. “Two of our Explosive Ordinance Device personnel attached to 143 Battalion, 13NA/ 70/10183 Sapper Eric Nwokorie and 13NA/70/10263 Sapper Macauley Fortune were arrested at Yola park with the following unauthorised military items:. “1 Smoke grenade, 2,136 live rounds of 7. 62 (Special) ammunition, 50 live rounds of 7. 6mm (NATO) ammunition, 5 magazines of AK 47 rifles, 2 Browning Machine Gun live rounds of ammunitions. Source: www.premiumtimesng.com
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