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B. 01-08 Togo football team bus attacked Cabinda, Angola
C. 01-29 U.S., Taiwan in $6.4 billion arms deal Taiwan
D. 02-12 NATO launching major Afghan offensive Marjah, Helmand
E. 02-15 Top Taliban commander captured Karachi
5. 02-23 Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels Sudan
G. 03-26 South Korean navy ship sinking near North Baengnyeong Island, South Korea
05-30 Deaths as Israeli forces storm aid ship Gaza
I. 06-13 Tens of thousands flee ethnic violence Osh, Kyrgyzstan

Summary.     Click for More > Tens of thousands flee ethnic violence   Nearly 114 people have been killed in ethnic violence in Kyrgyzstan, and more than 700 hospitalized Thousands of Afghan war docs go online U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends   At 5 p.m. ET -- at a cost of more than 4,400 U.S. military personnel killed and 30,000 wounded -- thes combat mission officially drew to a c... Ecuador troops rescue president Artillery fire on Korea border Map of island of Yeonpyeong South Korea
Togo football team bus attacked US to send 4,000 extra troops to Haiti U.S., Taiwan in $6.4 billion arms deal NATO launching major Afghan offensive   NATO troops were set to launch their biggest offensive of the war, attacking the last Taliban stronghold in a war-scarred southern province Top Taliban commander captured Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels South Korean navy ship sinking near North   104 crew members are on board the 1,500-ton ship in the Yellow Sea off the Seoul-controlled island of Baengnyeong, near North Korea   Deaths as Israeli forces storm aid ship
Jan.1  Iraq  No U.S. combat deaths in Iraq in Dec.
Jan.8   Angola
Jan.10  Venezuela  Chavez: military will monitor prices
Jan.18  Haiti  US marines arrive to bolster quake efforts
Jan.20   Haiti
Jan.29   Taiwan
Feb.12   Helmand
Feb.13  Helmand  Taliban stronghold under siege
Feb.15  Helmand  Steady gains for Afghanistan offensive
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Feb.18  Niger  Military coup ousts president
Feb.23   Sudan
Feb.26  Turkey  Ex-generals charged over 'plot'
Mar.1  Chile  Extra troops deployed amid quake unrest
Mar.4  House of Representatives  Congress panel accuses Turks of genocide
Mar.26   South Korea
Mar.27  Congo  DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered
Apr.8  Moscow  Obama, Medvedev sign arms treaty
May.6  Somalia  Russian marines storm hijacked oil tanker
May.16  Somalia  Rebels attack Somali parliament
May.18  Thailand  Army advances on Bangkok protest site
May.19  South Korea  N. Korea responsible for sinking warship
May.30   Gaza
  More than 10 people onboard a flotilla carrying aid for the Palestinian territory of Gaza were killed when security forces boarded the boats.    Armed forces boarded the largest vessel overnight, clashing with some of the 500 people on board' about 64 km out to sea. Israeli soldiers wer...
Jun.13   Kyrgyzstan
Jun.23  Washington  Obama fires US Afghan commander
Jun.28  Turkey  Turkey bars Israel military flight
Jul.24  South Korea  U.S., South Korea begin military exercises
Jul.25   USA
 Cambodia  Former Khmer Rouge's Duch found guilty
Jul.27  Uganda  More AU troops to Somalia
Jul.29  Mexico  Military 'kills' drug lord Ignacio Coronel
Jul.30  Afghanistan  July worst month for U.S. in Afghanistan
Aug.3  Southern Lebanon  Israeli, Lebanese soldiers exchange fire
Aug.4  South Korea  S Korea in massive military drill
Aug.7  Northern Afghanistan  Taliban kills medics, including Americans
Aug.8  North Korea  North Korea 'holds Southern boat'
Aug.14  Tribal Areas  U.S. drone attacks kills 12 militants
Aug.17  Baghdad  48 killed outside army recruitment center
Aug.18  Southern Iraq  Last US combat brigade quits Iraq
Aug.20  Washington  Palestinians, Israel agree to resume talks
Aug.31   Iraq
Sep.5  Basque  Spain's Eta 'declares ceasefire'
Sep.7  Congo  U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500
Sep.13  Sinai  Egypt hosts Mid-East peace talks
Sep.19  Helmand  UK troops leave Helmand's Sangin
Sep.30  Pakistan  Pakistan bans NATO supply convoys
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Oct.3  Pakistan  Nato oil tankers hit in Pakistan
Oct.11  London  US troops may have killed hostage
Oct.12  USA  US judge rejects gay military ban
Oct.21  Canada  Military commander gets life for killing 2
Oct.22  USA  WikiLeaks releases 400,000 Iraq papers
Oct.26  Baghdad  Iraqi court sentences Tariq Aziz to death
Oct.29  South Korea  North Korea, South Korea exchange shots
Nov.19  Portugal  NATO agrees on missile defense
Nov.20  Colombia  Top rebel leader may be dead
Nov.22   South Korea
  North Korea has fired artillery shells across its western maritime border, prompting return fire from South Korea.    Artillery shells at one of border islands are killing two marines and two civilians. The South's military placed on its highest non-wartim...
Nov.25  South Korea  South Korean defense minister resigns  Rio de Janeiro  Rio police 'in control of favela' Nov.27  South Korea  US and S Korea begin exercises Nov.28  Rio de Janeiro  Brazil forces take over Rio slum Dec.18  Ivory Coast  Peacekeepers ordered out of Ivory Coast Dec.19  South Korea  South Korea starts live-fire drill Dec.22  Washington  Obama signs law ending military gay ban  Washington  Obama hails nuclear treaty vote Dec.23  North Korea  N Koreans 'ready for sacred war' Dec.24  Vatican  Pope prays for peace at Rome Mass Dec.31  Ivory Coast  Military threat against Ivory Coast



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East Asia
U.S., Taiwan in $6.4 billion arms deal
South Korean navy ship sinking near North
Army advances on Bangkok protest site
N. Korea responsible for sinking warship
U.S., South Korea begin military exercises
North Korea 'holds Southern boat'
Artillery fire on Korea border
Army advances on Bangkok protest site
N. Korea responsible for sinking warship
Former Khmer Rouge's Duch found guilty
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Arab Countries
No U.S. combat deaths in Iraq in Dec.
Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
Russian marines storm hijacked oil tanker
Rebels attack Somali parliament
Deaths as Israeli forces storm aid ship
Israeli, Lebanese soldiers exchange fire
U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends
Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
Deaths as Israeli forces storm aid ship
Egypt hosts Mid-East peace talks
Russian marines storm hijacked oil tanker
48 killed outside army recruitment center
Last US combat brigade quits Iraq
U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends
South Asia
NATO launching major Afghan offensive
Taliban stronghold under siege
Top Taliban commander captured
Steady gains for Afghanistan offensive
Taliban kills medics, including Americans
Nato oil tankers hit in Pakistan
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Taliban kills medics, including Americans
UK troops leave Helmand's Sangin
Middle East
No U.S. combat deaths in Iraq in Dec.
Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
Deaths as Israeli forces storm aid ship
Israeli, Lebanese soldiers exchange fire
48 killed outside army recruitment center
U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends
Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
Deaths as Israeli forces storm aid ship
Egypt hosts Mid-East peace talks
48 killed outside army recruitment center
Last US combat brigade quits Iraq
U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends
Latin America
Chavez: military will monitor prices
US marines arrive to bolster quake efforts
US to send 4,000 extra troops to Haiti
Ecuador troops rescue president
Brazil forces take over Rio slum
Ecuador troops rescue president
Military 'kills' drug lord Ignacio Coronel
Brazil forces take over Rio slum
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USA
Obama fires US Afghan commander
Thousands of Afghan war docs go online
US judge rejects gay military ban
WikiLeaks releases 400,000 Iraq papers
Obama fires US Afghan commander
Palestinians, Israel agree to resume talks
US judge rejects gay military ban
Obama signs law ending military gay ban
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Thousands of Afghan war docs go online
US judge rejects gay military ban
WikiLeaks releases 400,000 Iraq papers
Afghanistan
NATO launching major Afghan offensive
Taliban stronghold under siege
Steady gains for Afghanistan offensive
Taliban kills medics, including Americans
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Taliban kills medics, including Americans
UK troops leave Helmand's Sangin
South Korea
South Korean navy ship sinking near North
N. Korea responsible for sinking warship
U.S., South Korea begin military exercises
Artillery fire on Korea border
N. Korea responsible for sinking warship
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Europe
Ex-generals charged over 'plot'
Obama, Medvedev sign arms treaty
Turkey bars Israel military flight
NATO agrees on missile defense
Obama, Medvedev sign arms treaty
Turkey bars Israel military flight
NATO agrees on missile defense
Ex-generals charged over 'plot'
Spain's Eta 'declares ceasefire'
NATO agrees on missile defense
Africa
Military coup ousts president
DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered
U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500
More AU troops to Somalia
Togo football team bus attacked
DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered
U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500
More AU troops to Somalia
Iraq
No U.S. combat deaths in Iraq in Dec.
48 killed outside army recruitment center
U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends
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48 killed outside army recruitment center
Last US combat brigade quits Iraq
U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends
Washington
Obama fires US Afghan commander
Obama signs law ending military gay ban
Obama fires US Afghan commander
Palestinians, Israel agree to resume talks
Obama signs law ending military gay ban
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Obama signs law ending military gay ban
South America
Chavez: military will monitor prices
Ecuador troops rescue president
Brazil forces take over Rio slum
Ecuador troops rescue president
Brazil forces take over Rio slum
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Pakistan
Top Taliban commander captured
Nato oil tankers hit in Pakistan
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Marjah
NATO launching major Afghan offensive
Taliban stronghold under siege
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Central Africa
DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered
U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500
More AU troops to Somalia
DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered
U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500
More AU troops to Somalia

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No U.S. combat deaths in Iraq in Dec.   Togo football team bus attacked Map of Cabinda Angola


January 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jan.1   Iraq
Jan.6  Honduras  Arrest warrants for military high command
Jan.8   Angola
  A bus carrying Togo's national soccer team to a tournament in Angola came under fire, and Togo is weighing whether to pull out of Cup of Nations.    9 people were wounded -- 8 Togolese and one Angolan. The bus driver was killed in the attack and three others wer...
Jan.10   Venezuela Chavez: military will monitor prices Jan.17  Kabul  Militants attack Afghan capital Jan.18   Haiti US marines arrive to bolster quake efforts  Haiti  US begins airdrops of food and water Jan.20   Haiti   US to send 4,000 extra troops to Haiti
  The US is sending another 4,000 sailors and marines for the earthquake relief effort, diverting them from deployments in the Gulf and Africa
Jan.25  Baghdad  Saddam's cousin, 'Chemical Ali,' hanged Jan.29   Taiwan U.S., Taiwan in $6.4 billion arms deal
  Overriding objections from China, the Obama administration unveiled a deal that includes about $2.85 billion in missiles and 60 helicopters.    China warns of a 'serious negativ...


February 2010 ... more > Top ^
Feb.12   Helmand   NATO launching major Afghan offensive
Map of Marjah Afghanistan
  NATO troops were set to launch their biggest offensive of the war, attacking the last Taliban stronghold in a war-scarred southern province
 Operation Moshtarak. Moshtarak, a Dari word for 'together,' symbolizes the combined forces are serving alongside one another. 15,000 troops from the United States, United Kingdom, Afghanistan and Canada attacked Taliban targets in and around Marjah
Feb.13   Helmand Taliban stronghold under siege  Helmand  Coalition troops find 'minimal interference' Feb.14  Afghanistan  McChrystal regrets Afghan deaths Feb.15   Helmand Steady gains for Afghanistan offensive   Karachi   Top Taliban commander captured
  The Taliban's top military leader, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, has been captured. He is the number two political figure in the Taliban.    Baradar, an Afghan, was a close associate of Os...
Feb.18   Niger   Military coup ousts president   The president has been captured after a gun battle. The country was now being led by a the Supreme Council for the Restoration of Democracy Feb.20  Helmand  Taliban put up stiff resistance Feb.23   Sudan Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
  President Omar al-Bashir has signed a framework ceasefire deal with one of Darfur's main groups, the Justice and Equality Movement
Feb.26   Turkey Ex-generals charged over 'plot'  Cetin Dogan, former head of First Army, and Engin Alan, a former special forces commander have been charged over an alleged plot in 2003

March 2010 ... more > Top ^
Mar.1   Chile Extra troops deployed amid quake unrest Mar.4   House of Representatives Congress panel accuses Turks of genocide Mar.5  Seychelles  French team destroys pirate boats Mar.9  Jakarta  Militant Dulmatin killed Mar.25  Scotland  UK intercepts Russian bombers Mar.26   South Korea South Korean navy ship sinking near North
Map of Baengnyeong Island South Korea
  104 crew members are on board the 1,500-ton ship in the Yellow Sea off the Seoul-controlled island of Baengnyeong, near North Korea
 About 40 sailors are missing. The patrol vessel, with 104 people aboard, sank after an explosion tore through its hull
 Gaza  Tanks 'enter Gaza' after deadly clashes  South Korea  S. Korea searches for sailors after sinking Mar.27   Congo DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered   Evidence of the massacre of at least 321 people by Lord's Resistance Army has been uncovered Mar.28  South Korea  Ship's section believed found

April 2010 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1  Gaza  Thirteen Israeli air strikes hit Gaza Strip Apr.2  Washington  U.S. official: Iran to ship arms to Taliban Apr.5  Iraq  Video shows deaths of 2 journalists in Iraq Apr.6  Washington  Obama limits US nuclear arms use Apr.8   Moscow   Obama, Medvedev sign arms treaty  The new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, a major nuclear arms control , reduces the nuclear stockpiles of both nations Apr.12  Washington  Ukraine to remove uranium stockpile Apr.25  Iran  Five new missiles tested, Iran says

May 2010 ... more > Top ^
May.3  Japan  Japan scraps US base move plan May.6   Somalia Russian marines storm hijacked oil tanker
May.16   Somalia Rebels attack Somali parliament May.17  Kabul  Suicide car bombing kills 18 May.18   Thailand Army advances on Bangkok protest site   Military troops began entering a park, where thousands of opposition protesters have been camped out in defiance of an order to vacate the a...  Afghanistan  Insurgents take aim at Bagram Air Base May.19   South Korea N. Korea responsible for sinking warship   A North Korean submarine fired a torpedo that sunk the Cheonan, a South Korea warship in March, investigators announced in Seoul May.28  UN  UN push for nuclear-free Mid-East May.30   Gaza   Deaths as Israeli forces storm aid ship
  More than 10 people onboard a flotilla carrying aid for the Palestinian territory of Gaza were killed when security forces boarded the boats
 Armed forces boarded the largest vessel overnight, clashing with some of the 500 people on board' about 64 km out to sea. Israeli soldiers were shot at and attacked with weapons; the activists say Israeli troops came on board shooting. The activists were attempting to defy a blockade


June 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jun.6  Gaza  Israel foils scuba dive attack Jun.7  Afghanistan  10 troops killed in Afghanistan Jun.8  Pakistan  Gunman kill six in attack on Nato convoy Jun.12  Kyrgyzstan  Kyrgyz leader invites Russian troops Jun.13   Kyrgyzstan   Tens of thousands flee ethnic violence
Map of Osh Kyrgyzstan
  Nearly 114 people have been killed in ethnic violence in Kyrgyzstan, and more than 700 hospitalized
 The aid official described a 'humanitarian catastrophe'. Another 1,458 have been wounded. 80,000 refugees have fled across the border into neighboring Uzbekistan
Jun.19  Johannesburg  Rwanda ex-army chief Nyamwasa shot Jun.22  Washington  Obama 'angry' over McChrystal claims Jun.23   Washington   Obama fires US Afghan commander   Gen Stanley McChrystal, has been dismissed by President Obama after critical comments about senior US officials in a magazine Jun.24  Afghanistan  June deadliest month for coalition troops Jun.28   Turkey Turkey bars Israel military flight

July 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jul.3  Kabul  Petraeus takes over Afghan campaign Jul.6  Helmand  UK troops 'to move out of Sangin'  Washington  Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk Jul.10  Afghanistan  6 U.S. service members among 9 killed Jul.14  North Korea  N Korea in talks with UN Command Jul.20  South Korea  Clinton and Gates visit Korea DMZ Jul.21  Chad  Chad rules out arresting Sudan leader Jul.24   South Korea   U.S., South Korea begin military exercises  Amid heightened tensions with North Korea, the United States and South Korea began joint military exercises, dubbed Invincible Spirit Jul.25   USA     Thousands of Afghan war docs go online
  A whistle-blower website has published more than 90,000 U.S. military and diplomatic reports about Afghanistan filed between 2004 and January 2010
  Cambodia Former Khmer Rouge's Duch found guilty
Jul.27   Uganda More AU troops to Somalia Jul.29   Mexico Military 'kills' drug lord Ignacio Coronel Jul.30   Afghanistan July worst month for U.S. in Afghanistan Jul.31  Southern Afghanistan  Dutch troops to leave Afghanistan

August 2010 ... more > Top ^
Aug.3   Southern Lebanon   Israeli, Lebanese soldiers exchange fire  Israeli patrol tried to install cameras. Clashes along their volatile shared border left at least one person dead Aug.4   South Korea S Korea in massive military drill
Aug.7   Northern Afghanistan Taliban kills medics, including Americans   Ten people -- including at least six Americans -- were killed by gunmen. The foreigners were believed to have been doctors Aug.8   North Korea   North Korea 'holds Southern boat'  Daeseung , a South Korean fishing boat missing in the Sea of Japan has been detained by the North Aug.9  UN Tribunal  Taylor 'gave diamonds to model' Aug.14   Tribal Areas U.S. drone attacks kills 12 militants  Pakistan  U.S. helicopters arrive to assist relief Aug.17   Baghdad 48 killed outside army recruitment center Aug.18   Southern Iraq Last US combat brigade quits Iraq Aug.20   Washington   Palestinians, Israel agree to resume talks  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: The talks, involving other regional and international players, are intended to resolve all 'final status'... Aug.27  Afghanistan  Taliban hit allied Afghan bases Aug.31   Iraq U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends
  At 5 p.m. ET -- at a cost of more than 4,400 U.S. military personnel killed and 30,000 wounded -- thes combat mission officially drew to a close
 President Barack Obama announced the conclusion of the combat mission in a speech from the Oval Office. He said Americans who served in Iraq 'completed every mission they were given'


September 2010 ... more > Top ^
Sep.2  Washington  Middle East talks 'constructive' Sep.3  Washington  Settlements remain obstacle in peace talks Sep.5   Basque Spain's Eta 'declares ceasefire' Sep.7   Congo U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500   U.N. officials on Tuesday put the number of rapes and other sexual attacks in eastern Congo since late July at more than 500 Sep.13   Sinai Egypt hosts Mid-East peace talks Sep.19   Helmand UK troops leave Helmand's Sangin Sep.20  Southern Afghanistan  9 Americans killed in Afghanistan crash Sep.23  Colombia  FARC No. 2 leader killed Sep.30   Pakistan Pakistan bans NATO supply convoys   Ecuador Ecuador troops rescue president Map of Quito Ecuador
  President Rafael Correa has made a triumphant return to his offices after being rescued by soldiers amid a pitched battle with mutinous police


October 2010 ... more > Top ^
Oct.3   Pakistan   Nato oil tankers hit in Pakistan   Suspected militants have attacked a depot where dozens of tankers were being filled with fuel for Nato troops in Afghanistan Oct.4  Pakistan  Attackers in Pakistan hit another convoy Oct.6  Western Afghanistan  Afghans seize 19 tons of Iranian bombs Oct.11   London US troops may have killed hostage
Oct.12   USA US judge rejects gay military ban  US District Judge Virginia Phillips last month ruled the 'don't ask, don't tell' policy unconstitutional Oct.21   Canada Military commander gets life for killing 2 Oct.22   USA     WikiLeaks releases 400,000 Iraq papers   Secret documents are expected to give a never-before-seen, uncensored view of the Iraq War, covering the period from 2004 through 2009 Oct.26   Baghdad Iraqi court sentences Tariq Aziz to death Oct.29   South Korea North Korea, South Korea exchange shots Oct.30  Afghanistan  Nato troops 'repel Afghan attack'

November 2010 ... more > Top ^
Nov.19   Portugal NATO agrees on missile defense  President Obama announced Friday that NATO will develop a missile system to safeguard most of Europe and the United States Nov.20  NATO  Russia 'to help Nato shield plan'   Colombia Top rebel leader may be dead
Nov.22   South Korea   Artillery fire on Korea border Map of island of Yeonpyeong South Korea
  North Korea has fired artillery shells across its western maritime border, prompting return fire from South Korea
 Artillery shells at one of border islands are killing two marines and two civilians. The South's military placed on its highest non-wartime alert. North accused the South of firing first. The Southern military had conducted exercises; shelling was directed away from the North
Nov.23  South Korea  S. Korea leader calls for 'retaliation' Nov.24  North Korea  N. Korea warns of new attacks Nov.25   South Korea South Korean defense minister resigns   Rio de Janeiro Rio police 'in control of favela' Nov.27   South Korea US and S Korea begin exercises Nov.28   Rio de Janeiro Brazil forces take over Rio slum  Authorities launched a massive sweep of the Alemao favela complex, searching for drug gang leaders and illegal drugs

December 2010 ... more > Top ^
Dec.2  Japan  US-Japan military exercises begin Dec.15  Kosovo  Kosovo PM named in organ theft report Dec.16  Israel  UFO downed over Israeli nuclear plant Dec.18   Ivory Coast Peacekeepers ordered out of Ivory Coast
 North Korea  Richardson presents proposals to N. Korea Dec.19   South Korea   South Korea starts live-fire drill  North Korea has said the drill could ignite a war and has promised to respond militarily, but has also agreed to a series of actions Dec.22   Washington   Obama signs law ending military gay ban  US President Barack Obama has signed a landmark law allowing gay people serving in the military to be open about their sexuality   Washington Obama hails nuclear treaty vote  South Korea  South Korea begins major military drills Dec.23   North Korea N Koreans 'ready for sacred war' Dec.24   Vatican Pope prays for peace at Rome Mass Dec.25  Vatican  Pope calls for end to conflicts Dec.30  Ivory Coast  I Coast attack 'may restart war' Dec.31   Ivory Coast Military threat against Ivory Coast


Russian marines storm hijacked oil tanker Chavez: military will monitor prices No U.S. combat deaths in Iraq in Dec. Military 'kills' drug lord Ignacio Coronel July worst month for U.S. in Afghanistan 48 killed outside army recruitment center US marines arrive to bolster quake efforts   US to send 4,000 extra troops to Haiti




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Mar.5  Seychelles  French team destroys pirate boats
Apr.6  Washington  Obama limits US nuclear arms use
May.6   Somalia
May.28  UN  UN push for nuclear-free Mid-East




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Jan.10   Venezuela




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Jan.1   Iraq
Jan.18  Haiti  US begins airdrops of food and water
May.17  Kabul  Suicide car bombing kills 18
Jun.7  Afghanistan  10 troops killed in Afghanistan
Jun.8  Pakistan  Gunman kill six in attack on Nato convoy
Jun.24  Afghanistan  June deadliest month for coalition troops
Jul.10  Afghanistan  6 U.S. service members among 9 killed
Jul.29   Mexico
Jul.30   Afghanistan
Aug.17   Baghdad
Sep.20  Southern Afghanistan  9 Americans killed in Afghanistan crash




World, War & Army, 2010 Earthquake Timeline ... See World Earthquake timeline Top ^
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Jan.18   Haiti
Jan.20   Haiti
  The US is sending another 4,000 sailors and marines for the earthquake relief effort, diverting them from deployments in the Gulf and Africa
Jan.29   Taiwan U.S., Taiwan in $6.4 billion arms deal
  Overriding objections from China, the Obama administration unveiled a deal that includes about $2.85 billion in missiles and 60 helicopters.    China warns of a 'serious negativ...
Mar.1   Chile Extra troops deployed amid quake unrest
Apr.2  Washington  U.S. official: Iran to ship arms to Taliban Oct.6  Western Afghanistan  Afghans seize 19 tons of Iranian bombs



World, War & Army, 2010 Border Conflict Timeline ... See World Border Conflict timeline Top ^
2010 Aug.3   Southern Lebanon Israeli, Lebanese soldiers exchange fire  Israeli patrol tried to install cameras. Clashes along their volatile shared border left at least one person dead Oct.29   South Korea North Korea, South Korea exchange shots
Nov.22   South Korea Artillery fire on Korea border Map of island of Yeonpyeong South Korea
  North Korea has fired artillery shells across its western maritime border, prompting return fire from South Korea
 Artillery shells at one of border islands are killing two marines and two civilians. The South's military placed on its highest non-wartime alert. North accused the South of firing first. The Southern military had conducted exercises; shelling was directed away from the North




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2010 Jan.8   Angola   Togo football team bus attacked
Map of Cabinda Angola
  A bus carrying Togo's national soccer team to a tournament in Angola came under fire, and Togo is weighing whether to pull out of Cup of Nations.    9 people were wounded -- 8 Togolese and one Angolan. The bus driver was killed in the attack and three others wer...
Jan.25  Baghdad  Saddam's cousin, 'Chemical Ali,' hanged Mar.4   House of Representatives Congress panel accuses Turks of genocide Mar.27   Congo DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered   Evidence of the massacre of at least 321 people by Lord's Resistance Army has been uncovered Jul.21  Chad  Chad rules out arresting Sudan leader Jul.25   Cambodia Former Khmer Rouge's Duch found guilty Aug.7   Northern Afghanistan Taliban kills medics, including Americans   Ten people -- including at least six Americans -- were killed by gunmen. The foreigners were believed to have been doctors Aug.9  UN Tribunal  Taylor 'gave diamonds to model' Sep.7   Congo U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500   U.N. officials on Tuesday put the number of rapes and other sexual attacks in eastern Congo since late July at more than 500 Oct.26   Baghdad Iraqi court sentences Tariq Aziz to death Dec.15  Kosovo  Kosovo PM named in organ theft report



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2010 Feb.12   Helmand NATO launching major Afghan offensive
Map of Marjah Afghanistan
  NATO troops were set to launch their biggest offensive of the war, attacking the last Taliban stronghold in a war-scarred southern province
 Operation Moshtarak. Moshtarak, a Dari word for 'together,' symbolizes the combined forces are serving alongside one another. 15,000 troops from the United States, United Kingdom, Afghanistan and Canada attacked Taliban targets in and around Marjah




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2010 Mar.5  Seychelles  French team destroys pirate boats Mar.26   South Korea South Korean navy ship sinking near North
Map of Baengnyeong Island South Korea
  104 crew members are on board the 1,500-ton ship in the Yellow Sea off the Seoul-controlled island of Baengnyeong, near North Korea
 About 40 sailors are missing. The patrol vessel, with 104 people aboard, sank after an explosion tore through its hull
Mar.26   South Korea South Korean navy ship sinking near North Map of Baengnyeong Island South Korea
  104 crew members are on board the 1,500-ton ship in the Yellow Sea off the Seoul-controlled island of Baengnyeong, near North Korea
 About 40 sailors are missing. The patrol vessel, with 104 people aboard, sank after an explosion tore through its hull
Mar.26  South Korea  S. Korea searches for sailors after sinking Mar.26  South Korea  S. Korea searches for sailors after sinking Mar.28  South Korea  Ship's section believed found May.6   Somalia Russian marines storm hijacked oil tanker May.19   South Korea N. Korea responsible for sinking warship   A North Korean submarine fired a torpedo that sunk the Cheonan, a South Korea warship in March, investigators announced in Seoul Jun.6  Gaza  Israel foils scuba dive attack Aug.8   North Korea North Korea 'holds Southern boat'  Daeseung , a South Korean fishing boat missing in the Sea of Japan has been detained by the North



World, War & Army, 2010 Coup Timeline ... See World Coup timeline Top ^
2010 Feb.18   Niger Military coup ousts president   The president has been captured after a gun battle. The country was now being led by a the Supreme Council for the Restoration of Democracy May.17  Kabul  Suicide car bombing kills 18 Aug.17   Baghdad 48 killed outside army recruitment center
Dec.24   Vatican Pope prays for peace at Rome Mass Dec.25  Vatican  Pope calls for end to conflicts



World, War & Army, 2010 Justice Timeline ... See World Justice timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.6  Honduras  Arrest warrants for military high command Jan.6  Honduras  Arrest warrants for military high command Jan.25  Baghdad  Saddam's cousin, 'Chemical Ali,' hanged Feb.26   Turkey Ex-generals charged over 'plot'  Cetin Dogan, former head of First Army, and Engin Alan, a former special forces commander have been charged over an alleged plot in 2003 Feb.26   Turkey Ex-generals charged over 'plot'  Cetin Dogan, former head of First Army, and Engin Alan, a former special forces commander have been charged over an alleged plot in 2003 Jun.19  Johannesburg  Rwanda ex-army chief Nyamwasa shot Jun.22  Washington  Obama 'angry' over McChrystal claims Jun.23   Washington   Obama fires US Afghan commander   Gen Stanley McChrystal, has been dismissed by President Obama after critical comments about senior US officials in a magazine Jul.3  Kabul  Petraeus takes over Afghan campaign Jul.20  South Korea  Clinton and Gates visit Korea DMZ Jul.25   Cambodia Former Khmer Rouge's Duch found guilty
Aug.9  UN Tribunal  Taylor 'gave diamonds to model' Oct.21   Canada Military commander gets life for killing 2 Oct.21   Canada Military commander gets life for killing 2 Oct.26   Baghdad Iraqi court sentences Tariq Aziz to death Nov.25   South Korea South Korean defense minister resigns



World, War & Army, 2010 Massacre Timeline ... See World Massacre timeline Top ^
2010 Mar.27   Congo DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered   Evidence of the massacre of at least 321 people by Lord's Resistance Army has been uncovered Apr.25  Iran  Five new missiles tested, Iran says



World, War & Army, 2010 Civil War Timeline ... See World Civil War timeline Top ^
2010 Dec.30  Ivory Coast  I Coast attack 'may restart war'



World, War & Army, 2010 Warning Timeline ... See World Warning timeline Top ^
2010 Nov.23  South Korea  S. Korea leader calls for 'retaliation' Nov.24  North Korea  N. Korea warns of new attacks Dec.23   North Korea N Koreans 'ready for sacred war'
Dec.30  Ivory Coast  I Coast attack 'may restart war' Dec.31   Ivory Coast Military threat against Ivory Coast



World, War & Army, 2010 Summit Timeline ... See World Summit timeline Top ^
2010 Jul.27   Uganda More AU troops to Somalia




World, War & Army, 2010 Political Probe Timeline ... See World Political Probe timeline Top ^
2010 May.19   South Korea N. Korea responsible for sinking warship   A North Korean submarine fired a torpedo that sunk the Cheonan, a South Korea warship in March, investigators announced in Seoul Aug.14   Tribal Areas U.S. drone attacks kills 12 militants
Aug.14  Pakistan  U.S. helicopters arrive to assist relief Dec.18   Ivory Coast Peacekeepers ordered out of Ivory Coast



World, War & Army, 2010 Agreement Timeline ... See World Agreement timeline Top ^
2010 Feb.23   Sudan Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
  President Omar al-Bashir has signed a framework ceasefire deal with one of Darfur's main groups, the Justice and Equality Movement
Apr.8   Moscow   Obama, Medvedev sign arms treaty  The new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, a major nuclear arms control , reduces the nuclear stockpiles of both nations Nov.19   Portugal NATO agrees on missile defense  President Obama announced Friday that NATO will develop a missile system to safeguard most of Europe and the United States Nov.20  NATO  Russia 'to help Nato shield plan' Dec.22   Washington Obama hails nuclear treaty vote




World, War & Army, 2010 Air Force Timeline ... See World Air Force timeline Top ^
2010 Mar.25  Scotland  UK intercepts Russian bombers Apr.1  Gaza  Thirteen Israeli air strikes hit Gaza Strip Apr.12  Washington  Ukraine to remove uranium stockpile Jun.28   Turkey Turkey bars Israel military flight
Jul.6  Washington  Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk Jul.20  South Korea  Clinton and Gates visit Korea DMZ Sep.20  Southern Afghanistan  9 Americans killed in Afghanistan crash Dec.16  Israel  UFO downed over Israeli nuclear plant Dec.18  North Korea  Richardson presents proposals to N. Korea



World, War & Army, 2010 Military to Rescue Timeline ... See World Military to Rescue timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.18   Haiti US marines arrive to bolster quake efforts
Jan.18  Haiti  US begins airdrops of food and water Jan.20   Haiti   US to send 4,000 extra troops to Haiti
  The US is sending another 4,000 sailors and marines for the earthquake relief effort, diverting them from deployments in the Gulf and Africa
Mar.1   Chile Extra troops deployed amid quake unrest
Jun.12  Kyrgyzstan  Kyrgyz leader invites Russian troops Jul.29   Mexico Military 'kills' drug lord Ignacio Coronel Aug.14  Pakistan  U.S. helicopters arrive to assist relief Sep.30   Ecuador Ecuador troops rescue president Map of Quito Ecuador
  President Rafael Correa has made a triumphant return to his offices after being rescued by soldiers amid a pitched battle with mutinous police
Nov.28   Rio de Janeiro Brazil forces take over Rio slum  Authorities launched a massive sweep of the Alemao favela complex, searching for drug gang leaders and illegal drugs



World, War & Army, 2010 War Management Timeline ... See World War Management timeline Top ^
2010 May.3  Japan  Japan scraps US base move plan Jul.6  Helmand  UK troops 'to move out of Sangin' Jul.14  North Korea  N Korea in talks with UN Command Jul.25   USA   Thousands of Afghan war docs go online
  A whistle-blower website has published more than 90,000 U.S. military and diplomatic reports about Afghanistan filed between 2004 and January 2010
Jul.27   Uganda More AU troops to Somalia
Jul.31  Southern Afghanistan  Dutch troops to leave Afghanistan Aug.18   Southern Iraq Last US combat brigade quits Iraq Aug.20   Washington   Palestinians, Israel agree to resume talks  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: The talks, involving other regional and international players, are intended to resolve all 'final status'... Aug.31   Iraq U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends
  At 5 p.m. ET -- at a cost of more than 4,400 U.S. military personnel killed and 30,000 wounded -- thes combat mission officially drew to a close
 President Barack Obama announced the conclusion of the combat mission in a speech from the Oval Office. He said Americans who served in Iraq 'completed every mission they were given'
Sep.2  Washington  Middle East talks 'constructive' Sep.3  Washington  Settlements remain obstacle in peace talks Sep.13   Sinai Egypt hosts Mid-East peace talks
Sep.19   Helmand UK troops leave Helmand's Sangin Sep.30   Pakistan Pakistan bans NATO supply convoys Oct.12   USA US judge rejects gay military ban  US District Judge Virginia Phillips last month ruled the 'don't ask, don't tell' policy unconstitutional Oct.22   USA   WikiLeaks releases 400,000 Iraq papers   Secret documents are expected to give a never-before-seen, uncensored view of the Iraq War, covering the period from 2004 through 2009 Nov.19   Portugal NATO agrees on missile defense  President Obama announced Friday that NATO will develop a missile system to safeguard most of Europe and the United States Nov.20  NATO  Russia 'to help Nato shield plan' Nov.23  South Korea  S. Korea leader calls for 'retaliation' Dec.22   Washington   Obama signs law ending military gay ban  US President Barack Obama has signed a landmark law allowing gay people serving in the military to be open about their sexuality



World, War & Army, 2010 Assassination Timeline ... See World Assassination timeline Top ^
2010 Jun.19  Johannesburg  Rwanda ex-army chief Nyamwasa shot



World, War & Army, 2010 Shooting Timeline ... See World Shooting timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.8   Angola   Togo football team bus attacked
Map of Cabinda Angola
  A bus carrying Togo's national soccer team to a tournament in Angola came under fire, and Togo is weighing whether to pull out of Cup of Nations.    9 people were wounded -- 8 Togolese and one Angolan. The bus driver was killed in the attack and three others wer...
Jun.12  Kyrgyzstan  Kyrgyz leader invites Russian troops Jun.22  Washington  Obama 'angry' over McChrystal claims Jun.23   Washington   Obama fires US Afghan commander   Gen Stanley McChrystal, has been dismissed by President Obama after critical comments about senior US officials in a magazine Jul.21  Chad  Chad rules out arresting Sudan leader Sep.30   Ecuador Ecuador troops rescue president Map of Quito Ecuador
  President Rafael Correa has made a triumphant return to his offices after being rescued by soldiers amid a pitched battle with mutinous police
Nov.25   South Korea South Korean defense minister resigns Dec.15  Kosovo  Kosovo PM named in organ theft report



World, War & Army, 2010 Rebellion Timeline ... See World Rebellion timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.8   Angola   Togo football team bus attacked
Map of Cabinda Angola
  A bus carrying Togo's national soccer team to a tournament in Angola came under fire, and Togo is weighing whether to pull out of Cup of Nations.    9 people were wounded -- 8 Togolese and one Angolan. The bus driver was killed in the attack and three others wer...
Jan.17  Kabul  Militants attack Afghan capital Feb.13   Helmand Taliban stronghold under siege Feb.13  Helmand  Coalition troops find 'minimal interference' Feb.15   Helmand Steady gains for Afghanistan offensive Feb.15   Karachi Top Taliban commander captured
  The Taliban's top military leader, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, has been captured. He is the number two political figure in the Taliban.    Baradar, an Afghan, was a close associate of Os...
Feb.20  Helmand  Taliban put up stiff resistance Mar.9  Jakarta  Militant Dulmatin killed Mar.26  Gaza  Tanks 'enter Gaza' after deadly clashes May.18   Thailand Army advances on Bangkok protest site   Military troops began entering a park, where thousands of opposition protesters have been camped out in defiance of an order to vacate the a... May.18  Afghanistan  Insurgents take aim at Bagram Air Base May.30   Gaza   Deaths as Israeli forces storm aid ship
  More than 10 people onboard a flotilla carrying aid for the Palestinian territory of Gaza were killed when security forces boarded the boats
 Armed forces boarded the largest vessel overnight, clashing with some of the 500 people on board' about 64 km out to sea. Israeli soldiers were shot at and attacked with weapons; the activists say Israeli troops came on board shooting. The activists were attempting to defy a blockade
Aug.27  Afghanistan  Taliban hit allied Afghan bases Sep.23  Colombia  FARC No. 2 leader killed Oct.3   Pakistan Nato oil tankers hit in Pakistan   Suspected militants have attacked a depot where dozens of tankers were being filled with fuel for Nato troops in Afghanistan Oct.4  Pakistan  Attackers in Pakistan hit another convoy Oct.30  Afghanistan  Nato troops 'repel Afghan attack' Nov.20   Colombia Top rebel leader may be dead
Nov.25   Rio de Janeiro Rio police 'in control of favela'



World, War & Army, 2010 War Games Timeline ... See World War Games timeline Top ^
2010 Jul.24   South Korea U.S., South Korea begin military exercises  Amid heightened tensions with North Korea, the United States and South Korea began joint military exercises, dubbed Invincible Spirit Aug.4   South Korea S Korea in massive military drill
Nov.27   South Korea US and S Korea begin exercises Dec.2  Japan  US-Japan military exercises begin Dec.19   South Korea South Korea starts live-fire drill  North Korea has said the drill could ignite a war and has promised to respond militarily, but has also agreed to a series of actions Dec.22  South Korea  South Korea begins major military drills



World, War & Army, 2010 Trade Timeline ... See World Trade timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.29   Taiwan U.S., Taiwan in $6.4 billion arms deal
  Overriding objections from China, the Obama administration unveiled a deal that includes about $2.85 billion in missiles and 60 helicopters.    China warns of a 'serious negativ...
Mar.28  South Korea  Ship's section believed found



World, War & Army, 2010 Peace Efforts Timeline ... See World Peace Efforts timeline Top ^
2010 Feb.23   Sudan Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
  President Omar al-Bashir has signed a framework ceasefire deal with one of Darfur's main groups, the Justice and Equality Movement
Apr.8   Moscow   Obama, Medvedev sign arms treaty  The new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, a major nuclear arms control , reduces the nuclear stockpiles of both nations May.28  UN  UN push for nuclear-free Mid-East Jul.6  Washington  Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk Jul.14  North Korea  N Korea in talks with UN Command Aug.20   Washington   Palestinians, Israel agree to resume talks  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: The talks, involving other regional and international players, are intended to resolve all 'final status'... Sep.2  Washington  Middle East talks 'constructive' Sep.3  Washington  Settlements remain obstacle in peace talks Sep.5   Basque Spain's Eta 'declares ceasefire'
Sep.13   Sinai Egypt hosts Mid-East peace talks Dec.18   Ivory Coast Peacekeepers ordered out of Ivory Coast Dec.18  North Korea  Richardson presents proposals to N. Korea Dec.22   Washington Obama hails nuclear treaty vote Dec.24   Vatican Pope prays for peace at Rome Mass Dec.25  Vatican  Pope calls for end to conflicts



World, War & Army, 2010 Terror Timeline ... See World Terror timeline Top ^
2010 Apr.2  Washington  U.S. official: Iran to ship arms to Taliban Jun.6  Gaza  Israel foils scuba dive attack Aug.7   Northern Afghanistan Taliban kills medics, including Americans   Ten people -- including at least six Americans -- were killed by gunmen. The foreigners were believed to have been doctors Sep.5   Basque Spain's Eta 'declares ceasefire'
Oct.12   USA US judge rejects gay military ban  US District Judge Virginia Phillips last month ruled the 'don't ask, don't tell' policy unconstitutional Dec.22   Washington   Obama signs law ending military gay ban  US President Barack Obama has signed a landmark law allowing gay people serving in the military to be open about their sexuality



World, War & Army, 2010 Collateral Damage Timeline ... See World Collateral Damage timeline Top ^
2010 Feb.14  Afghanistan  McChrystal regrets Afghan deaths Apr.5  Iraq  Video shows deaths of 2 journalists in Iraq May.16   Somalia Rebels attack Somali parliament
May.30   Gaza   Deaths as Israeli forces storm aid ship
  More than 10 people onboard a flotilla carrying aid for the Palestinian territory of Gaza were killed when security forces boarded the boats
 Armed forces boarded the largest vessel overnight, clashing with some of the 500 people on board' about 64 km out to sea. Israeli soldiers were shot at and attacked with weapons; the activists say Israeli troops came on board shooting. The activists were attempting to defy a blockade
Jun.13   Kyrgyzstan Tens of thousands flee ethnic violence
Map of Osh Kyrgyzstan
  Nearly 114 people have been killed in ethnic violence in Kyrgyzstan, and more than 700 hospitalized
 The aid official described a 'humanitarian catastrophe'. Another 1,458 have been wounded. 80,000 refugees have fled across the border into neighboring Uzbekistan
Oct.11   London US troops may have killed hostage



World, War & Army, 2010 Parliament Timeline ... See World Parliament timeline Top ^
2010 Mar.4   House of Representatives Congress panel accuses Turks of genocide
May.16   Somalia Rebels attack Somali parliament



World, War & Army, 2010 Weapons of Mass Destruction Timeline ... See World Weapons of Mass Destruction timeline Top ^
2010 Apr.6  Washington  Obama limits US nuclear arms use Apr.12  Washington  Ukraine to remove uranium stockpile Sep.7   Congo U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500   U.N. officials on Tuesday put the number of rapes and other sexual attacks in eastern Congo since late July at more than 500