From Google News, Monday May 21, 2007
More rockets hit southern Israel despite Olmert warning (1st Lead)
Monsters and Critics.com – 1 hour ago
Gaza City – An Israeli airstrike on a Gaza City building block factory killed a 28-year-old civilian and injured at least three other people overnight, Palestinian medical officials said Monday.
Israel threatens to hit Hamas leadership Middle East Times
Four Qassams hit Negev; IDF troops on alert for kidnap bid Ha’aretz
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Fighting in northern Lebanon enters second day
People’s Daily Online – 38 minutes ago
The fighting between the Lebanese troops and militants around a Palestinian refugee camp in northern Lebanon entered the second day on Monday, after the violence on the previous day left at least 48 people dead, Arabia TV reported.
Lebanon sees worst internal fighting in Toronto Star
39 Killed in Lebanese Violence ABC News
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Roadside bomb kills three Iraqi soldiers in Baghdad
People’s Daily Online – 44 minutes ago
A roadside bomb went off near an Iraqi army patrol in western Baghdad on Monday, killing three soldiers and wounding two others, an Interior Ministry source said.
Attacks in Iraq Leave 7 Soldiers, 1 Interpreter Dead, Army Says Bloomberg
Roadside bomb kills 6 US soldiers in Iraq National Post
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US convoy likely target of bomber; 14 Afghans killed
Indianapolis Star – 2 hours ago
AP. GARDEZ, Afghanistan — A suicide bomber apparently targeting a US convoy killed 14 people and wounded 31 in a crowded eastern Afghan market Sunday, witnesses and officials said.
Afghan suicide bombing kills 14 Los Angeles Times
Afghanistan struck by second suicide bomb in two days Taipei Times
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For those who missed the weekend news:
Seven US soldiers killed in Iraq Sunday, 15 since Friday
DEBKAfile, May 21, 2007, 8:59 AM (GMT+02:00)
Thousands hunt missing soldiers
Six troops and an Iraqi translator were killed by a roadside bomb in W. Baghdad, a seventh in Diwaniya when their vehicle was hit by a bomb blast. The US military death toll in May has risen to 76. Top US Iraq Gen. David Petraeus believes at least two of three soldiers kidnapped by al Qaeda last Sat. May 12, are alive. They were abducted in an attack which left four US soldiers and an Iraqi dead.
The search parties detained 9 people in a raid Saturday in Amiriyah, a Sunni insurgent center west of Baghdad. Another two people were arrested as associates of the al Qaeda command network in Baqouba, capital of the northeaster Diyala province.
Armed men sweep through Kurdish villages in Kirkuk region of N. Iraq killing at least 25 Kurds and wounding many others
May 19, 2007, 5:35 PM (GMT+02:00)
DEBKAfile: Al Qaeda has begun focusing its terrorist attacks on Kurdistan. The killer squads, dressed in Iraqi police uniforms, attacked several villages in Mandali province of northeastern Kirkuk, Sat. May 19. After an earlier attack ten days ago, an al Qaeda-affiliated group said the “apostate peshmerga forces” were being punished for participation in “the Baghdad law enforcement plan” of the Safawi (the Shiite-led government in Baghdad).
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