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Tuesday 21 August 2012

ISLAMABAD: The Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan (TTP) on Monday warned the country's military it had set up a "suicide bombers squad" to hit troops if an offensive is launched in a restive tribal area bordering Afghanistan.

In an email message sent to media, TTP said it had received "an exclusive intelligence report" about the offensive in North Waziristan.

"TTP has also prepared itself for resistance, we have set up a suicide bombers squad to welcome (the) army. We will defeat our enemy, whom is defending secular, unIslamic system of Pakistan by punching them back hard Ehsan said.

Military officials were not immediately available to comment on the claim.

Tuesday 21 August 2012(BNA)

BAGRAM, Kabul - A rocket fired on a US airbase in  Bagram Airbase ,Afghanistan early Tuesday damaged the aircraft of America's top military officer and wounded two maintenance crew, officers said.

Two insurgent rockets struck the vast Bagram air field overnight, with one causing damage to the C-17 used by General Martin Dempsey, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, who left the base using another plane, his spokesman Colonel Dave Lapan told reporters.

Shrapnel from the rocket struck the door of the plane while it was parked on the runway and two American maintenance crew suffered minor injuries in the attack, Lapan said.

The attack posed no threat to the safety of Dempsey or his staff, who were asleep in their quarters at the time of the incident, officers said.

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Kabul (BNA)  Kunar province came under rocket attack by Pakistani militaries this morning.  According to local in charges, these rockets had no human causalities’ but inflected financial damages to resident’s areas.  Fazlullah Wahid governor of Kunar confirmed this report said to BNA, approximately, 35 rockets were fired from Pakistan in the Dangam district of Kunar province.  From beginning of the current year till now, 4000 rockets were fired by Pakistan to Kunar and Nooristan provinces.  T. Suraya-Yarzada

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Kabul (BNA) two NATO soldiers were killed in the south of Afghanistan today, according to NATO press statement; these two NATO soldiers were lost their lives in explosion of mine.  NATO said nothing about exact areas of these soldiers but in the south of Afghanistan, more American forces are stationed. T. Suraya-Yarzada