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His death was caught on two different cameras and manage well but it was suspected that the money may be proceeds from alms and that was what attracted people here" Kaileen wrote The officer’s testimony invigorated press freedom activists and civil society groups following the caseSt it just struck me that I had to be here and now I understand why I had to be herem the article must be open access Addressing newsmen after the signing of the agreements000 hectares of depleting forest in Ogunregularisation of nearly 20 with support from Nick Young (18 points) and Zaza Pachulia This development was made known in a statement issued by the Chief Press Secretary to the INEC Chairman founder of The Healthy ChefSenator-elect and leader of Australias right-wing One Nation party Pauline Hanson warned of "terrorism on our streets" at a press conference in Brisbane on Monday and said that Australians feared their suburbs and agricultural lands are being "swamped by Asians" the Sydney Morning Herald reports After an 18-year political hiatus she was first elected to the legislature in 1996 but lost her seat in 1998 Hanson has regained a seat in the upper house amid election turmoil between the ruling conservative coalition and center-left opposition Labor party The platform of the One Nation party which could potentially win more seats as votes are still being counted calls for a ban on Muslim immigration a halt to the erection of mosques and increased surveillance of existing mosques and Muslim schools “You can’t deny the fact that in these mosques they have been known to preach hate towards us Is that a society that we want to live in” she said according to the Herald “I don’t believe it is … Do you want to see terrorism on our streets here Do you want to see our Australians murdered” In response Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane warned that Hansons comments could precipitate into hatred and violence “We have plenty of examples about how licensing hate can lead to serious violence and ugliness in our streets and our communities” Soutphommasane told the Australian Broadcasting Corp “We shouldn’t be doing anything to compromise the remarkable success story of Australian multiculturalism" [Sydney Morning Herald] Write to Casey Quackenbush at caseyquackenbush@timeinccomFormer Defense Secretary Robert Gates book sparked a firestorm upon its release in January although you would never have predicted it by its humdrum title: Duty But recently retired Army lieutenant general Daniel Bolger who played key roles in Afghanistan and Iraq in his 35-year career wasnt coy when it came time to titling his upcoming book Why We Lost Its a jaw-dropping phrase in a political-military world given to mealy-mouthed assessments of military progress in the two wars the US has fought since 9/11 Its assertion calls into question the wars costs 6800 US troops untold enemy and civilian dead and a $2 trillion and rising bill for US taxpayers Eamon Dolan/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt is publishing the book Nov 11 Its publication date is exactly two years after Bolger declared during a Veterans Day ceremony in Afghanistan that "our nations count on us and well deliver" Apparently not “By next Memorial Day whos going to say that we won these two wars” Bolger said in an interview Thursday “We committed ourselves to counterinsurgency without having a real discussion between the military and civilian leadership and the American population ’Hey are you good with this Do you want to stay here for 30 or 40 years like the Korean peninsula or are you going to run out of energy’ Its obvious: we ran out of energy” The military fumbled the ball by not making clear how long it would take to prevail in both nations “Once you get past that initial knockout shot and decide youre going to stay awhile youd better define ‘a while’ because in counter-insurgency you’re talking decades” Bolger says “Neither [the Bush nor the Obama] Administration was going to do that yet I was in a military that was planning for deployments forever basically An all-volunteer force made it easy to commit the military to a long-term operation because they were volunteers” The nation and its military would have been far smarter to invade topple the governments they didn’t like and get out “Both wars were won and we didn’t know enough to go home” after about six months Bolger argues “It would have been messy and unpleasant and our allies would have pissed and moaned because limited wars by their nature have limited unpalatable results But what result would have been better that or this” The mindset persists “The senior guys say ‘Well it’s not lost yet we may still pull it out’” Bolger said as Army General Martin Dempsey chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff returned from a NATO session in Brussels where Afghanistan was a topic "I dont give military advice to the Taliban” Dempsey told Jim Garamone of the Pentagon’s American Forces Press Service “But if I were giving them advice Id tell them their negotiating position is not going to improve its going to erode” There was a belief in some quarters of the US government that Washington and its allies were going to remake that troubled part of the world “Don’t be so arrogant and think youre going to reshape the Middle East” Bolger says “We’ve basically installed authoritarian dictators” The US wanted to keep about 10000 troops in Iraq post-2011 (the two sides couldn’t agree on legal protections for US troops so none remain) and a similar sized force is being debated for Afghanistan once the US combat role formally ends at the end of 2014 “You could have gone to that plan in 2002 in Afghanistan and 2003 or ’04 in Iraq and you wouldn’t have had an outcome much worse than what we’ve had” Bolger says “They should have been limited incursions and [then] pull out basically like Desert Storm” he adds referring to the 1991 Gulf War that forced Saddam Hussein’s forces out of neighboring Kuwait after an air campaign and 100-hour ground war The US wasn’t up to perpetual war even post-9/11 “This enemy wasn’t amenable to the type of war were good at fighting which is a Desert Storm or a Kosovo” Bolger "rhymes with soldier" he likes to say is no disgruntled grunt He retired from the Army last year after commanding the training of Iraqi forces in 2005-06 running the 1st Cavalry Division in Baghdad in 2009-10 and leading the training of Afghan forces in 2011-13 A graduate of the Citadel he has a masters and doctorate in history from the University of Chicago and wrote frequently on military history while in uniform He helped develop strategy in both campaigns and took time to pick up a rifle to accompany his troops in the field “I am glad to see someone of his caliber tackling this subject” military author Tom Ricks posted on his blog In 2012 Defense News pegged Bolger at #40 in the list of the nation’s 100 most influential people in defense two steps higher than “Former Sen Chuck Hagel Atlantic Council chairman” Bolger said his views on the wars grew more sour during his three tours “My guilt is not having earlier figured out what was going wrong and making a more forceful case and working with my peer generals to make a better military recommendation” he says “What eats at me the most is the 80 dead people I had in my command over my three tours that eats at me a hell of a lot” What would he tell the families of the fallen “I’d tell the families we need to unscrew ourselves and make sure we don’t do this again” Bolger says “What we didn’t do was use their precious service in the best way” Their bravery and pluck won key victories and he hopes his book will “make this sacrifice worth it” Bolger also has a personal reason for writing: his son has served in Afghanistan and Iraq “It is his own decision; hes an adult” his father says The retired general is now teaching military history at North Carolina State University Bolger recently wondered when the US military was going to conduct a formal and traditional After-Action Report (AAR) on its performance in the two wars "Some say the Iraq surge of 2007 proved counterinsurgency tactics worked Others point out that todays Iraq is a sectarian mess undermining that belief As for the Afghan surge of 2010-11 well who knows We cannot even say or will not even say who won these campaigns It sure does not seem to be us" Bolger wrote in the February issue in Signals the journal of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association Such studies long a part of military learning have lessons for both the past and the future "You might think such an assessment might be rather useful as we prepare to carve up and rearrange our armed forces to face today’s uncertain world Facts offer a better starting point than hunches emotions and ‘the way we’ve always done it What did we learn from the current war We owe it to the citizens we serve and we certainly owe it to the men and women we have lost We are past due for a long hard look" Bolger repeated the question Thursday “Where is the AAR” he asked Apparently he got tired of waiting “My book” he says wistfully “is going to be the first one” Write to Mark Thompson at mark_thompson@timemagazinecom “Maybe President Trump feels he owes a lot to the party, That seemed to set her up for a brilliant day as she reached double figures under par at 10-under.

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The demand for a JPC was raised in the Lok Sabha by Congress MP KC Venugopal when he initiated the debate on the Supplementary Demand for Grants for 2018-19 and the demand for excess grants for 2015-16 He said the House should know about the cost of the Rafale deal and alleged that there was "a major scam" Objecting to his demand BJP MP Nishikant Dubey urged Deputy Speaker M Thambi Durai that Venugopal should place the evidence before the House before making any "wild allegation" Later Trinamool Congress leader Saugata Roy also said that the Rafale deal was "one of the biggest scandals of independent India" "The country is going to lose Rs 2500 crore due to Rafale deal" Roy said while demanding a "full-fledged enquiry" into the fighter jet deal The Congress also dubbed the Rafale controversy as "Modi’s Bofors" and alleged that the prime minister "dumped" Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) and inducted Reliance Defence Limited as Dassault’s offset partner The Bofors scam in the 1980s had tainted the image of the Rajiv Gandhi regime More recently Gandhi alsoattacked the Modi government over the defence deal while launching upcoming stateand 2019 Lok Sabha polls In Chhattisgarh in August the Congress chief claimed that the price of the Rafale jets "magically" rose from Rs 540 to Rs 1600 crore per piece "The UPA government had readied the Rafale contract according to which the price for each jet was approximately Rs 540 crore The contract was ready and Modi only had to take a decision" he said "But Modi goes to France and scraps the previous contract and the defence minister and other cabinet ministers do not know about it" Gandhi had said He spoke along similar lines in Karnataka and Rajasthan as well To counter Gandhi’s remarks the BJPsaid the issue was thoroughly discussed in Parliament and no irregularities were found ""All wrong deeds happened during the Congress rule Both UPA-1 and UPA-2 dispensation are known for corruption They do not want to eliminate corruption" Rajasthan BJP president Madan Lal Saini said in August To mock Congress the BJP also released a video titled "Rafale deal for dummies" featuring television personality Pallavi Joshi who attempts to explain the agreement by making comparisons with the workings of a housing society Rafale deal for dummies. The research vessel Walton Smith left port on Wednesday. while Ariel’s had a hand in producing for the likes of everyone from HAIM to Charli XCX. It is in encountering the individual stories of trauma that one begins to comprehend what survivors of trafficking go through.Economists at the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank also published a paper in 2003 that found investment in quality, Of course, I want all of us to take that into consideration, people talk of the President.Amiable With Big Teeth lives up to McKay’s reputation.” Write to Alana Abramson at Alana.

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