Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Binocular Snapshot for 3/22/2011

LastDayWatchers the continuance of God curse of the Bush/Obama Administrations

A senior army officer, three policemen and a member of an anti-Qaeda squad were killed and eight people were wounded in a series of attacks on Tuesday in Iraq

"Lieutenant-Colonel Yussef Mohammad, based in the defence ministry, was killed while driving on an expressway in the east of the capital by a magnetic bomb that had been placed under his car, an interior ministry source said.


Two police officers, both travelling in cars and attacked by gunmen using guns with silencers, were shot dead in separate incidents in Baghdad.


In Zafraniyah, a southern district of Baghdad, three people including two soldiers were wounded by a bomb placed at the side of a main road.


Elsewhere, a device exploded in the eastern district of Sheikh Omar as a convoy passed carrying Ali Hassen Abu Naila, administrative director of the central bank, injuring two of his guards, a bank official said.


Earlier, an interior ministry source said the attack had targeted a member of the department of finance and wounded three passers-by.


A member of the anti-Al-Qaeda Sahwa (Awakening) militia in Kirkuk was murdered outside his home in Ryaz, near Hawija, 230 kilometres (145 miles) north of Baghdad, police said.


In central Baghdad's Karrada district a policeman was killed and three others were wounded when their patrol was targeted by a bomb.

"Two US-led soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan as Taliban militants step up their violent campaign against the foreign forces in the war-torn country"

The US-led military alliance said on Tuesday that the soldiers were killed in a militant attack in the country's volatile east, a Press TV correspondent reported.


Most of the soldiers deployed in eastern Afghanistan are Americans.


The US-led military alliance, however, did not disclose the nationality of the soldier and the exact location of the incident.


At least 94 US-led service members have lost their lives in the country so far this year. So far, 2010 has been the deadliest year for foreign troops in Afghanistan with at least 711 fatalities.


The invasion of Afghanistan took place with the official objective of curbing militancy and bringing peace and stability to the country in 2001.


Nearly a decade later, however, Afghanistan remains unstable and civilians continue to pay the price.

Which will bring more failures; just you "watch" and see!

Qaddafi attacks rebel towns, US plane down

"Muammar Qaddafi’s forces attacked two west Libyan towns, killing dozens while rebels were pinned down in the east and NATO tried to resolve a heated row over who should lead the Western air campaign.


In the first apparent air force casualty of the campaign, a US F-15E crashed in Libya overnight and its two crew members were rescued, the US military said. The crash was likely caused by mechanical failure and not hostile fire, it said."

Just as the May 15th Prophecy have proclaimed with 100% accuracy written at LastDayWatchers

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