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  • Margate man serves as Navy intel specialist

    It's a long way from Margate, Fla., to the Indo-Asia-Pacific region of the world. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Daniel Torres, a native of Margate, is an intelligence specialist aboard the USS George Washington, a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier...
  • U.S. considers air strikes, action with Iran to halt Iraq rebels

    U.S. considers air strikes, action with Iran to halt Iraq rebels
    The United States said it could launch air strikes and act jointly with its arch-enemy Iran to support the Iraqi government, after a rampage by Sunni Islamist insurgents across Iraq that has brought accusations of war crimes. Militants from the...
  • German U-boat mine blasts brought Battle of the Atlantic to Hampton Roads

    German U-boat mine blasts brought Battle of the Atlantic to Hampton Roads
    Two minutes after 5 p.m. on the afternoon of June 15, 1942, thousands of startled spectators from Virginia Beach to Old Point Comfort saw the Battle of the Atlantic come to Hampton Roads in a spectacularly violent fashion. Steaming in as part of...
  • Norfolk-based ships mobilized for Iraq

    The U.S. has mobilized three Norfolk-based warships as it weighs possible options due to the crisis in Iraq. The amphibious transport dock USS Mesa Verde was ordered into the Persian Gulf Monday, according Rear Adm. John Kirby, a Pentagon spokesman. The...
  • 49 die as pro-Russia rebels down Ukraine army plane

    A Ukraine military transport plane was shot down by pro-Russia rebels near the industrial city of Luhansk late Friday, killing all 49 on board in the most tragic incident in over two months of fighting in southeastern Ukraine, officials said. “...
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  • Obama weighs direct action against insurgents in Iraq

    Facing the threat of sectarian conflict engulfing the Middle East, President Obama indicated Thursday that he may order direct military action in Iraq, a step he has ruled out since the U.S. ended its long war there. A number of former administration...
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  • 49 dead as rebels shoot down Ukraine military plane

    KIEV, Ukraine All 49 people on board a Ukrainian military aircraft were killed Saturday when separatists shot it down near Luhansk, the Ukrainian prosecutor's office said. It said nine crew members and 40 soldiers on board the Ilyushin-76 were...
  • Ukraine leader calls for 'resolute response' after plane shot down

    One week into office and facing the largest loss of life among Ukraine's forces in a single attack by separatists, the country's new president met Saturday with his security chiefs and called on them "to regain Ukrainian control over the state border...
  • Kerry says U.S. help will only work if Iraqi leaders unite

    Kerry says U.S. help will only work if Iraqi leaders unite
    Secretary of State John Kerry said U.S. assistance to Iraq, which is seeking to repel a stunning militant advance, would only work if Iraqi leaders overcame deep divisions, the State Department said on Saturday. Kerry spoke with Iraqi Foreign Minister ...