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With Mali peace talks set to resume, Security Council urges 'spirit of compromise'
Welcoming the scheduled resumption on 19 October of the inter-Malian negotiation process in Algiers, the United Nations Security Council today called on all parties in Mali “to engage in good faith and in the spirit of compromise” in the talks towards the ultimate end of agreeing a “comprehensive and inclusive” peace deal.

KP- 19 Taliban militants killed during clearing operations, MoI says
At least 19 Taliban militants were killed and 3 others were injured following joint military operations led by Afghan national police, the Ministry of Interior (MoI) said Tuesday.

Coalition Casualty Count: OEF/Afghanistan News
This is the syndication feed for icasualties.Org OEF Coalition Casualties News

Reuters- US drawdown in Iraq, Afghanistan dents Israeli arms exports
Israel's defence exports dropped by almost 13 percent in 2013 as the United States and its allies drew down forces in Iraq and Afghanistan and other foreign buyers trimmed procurement budgets, Israeli officials said on Tuesday.

Central African Republic: UN officials deplore militia’s targeting of hospitals, patients
Armed groups must respect medical facilities and allow patients and medical staff unhindered and safe access to hospitals, two United Nations officials in the Central African Republic (CAR) urged as fighting continued in the embattled nation.

DR Congo: UN envoy calls for decisive joint military action to neutralize rebels
In the wake of an overnight attack by suspected Ugandan-based rebels near the eastern Democratic Repulic of the Congo town Beni – the second deadly assault in 48 hours – the United Nations envoy in the country is calling for 'decisive joint military actions' by the Congolese army and UN peacekeeping troops to end the group's reign of terror.

Agencies- 19 Afghan rebels killed in raids, 20 give up fighting
In the conflict-ridden Afghanistan, 20 armed militants gave up fighting and 19 others lost their lives in clashes with security forces over the past 24 hours. In the latest incident, a 20-member armed group laid down their weapons and joined the government-backed peace process in Badakhshan province with Faizabad as its capital, 315 kilometres northeast of the national capital Kabul yesterday, police said.

'ISIL must be defeated', declares Security Council, urging 'common effort' to halt militants' offensive
The Security Council has urged the world to step up measures to defeat the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) after the terrorist group carried out a spate of brutal attacks in Baghdad and Anbar over the past few days, calling for “a common effort” among governments and institutions to “stamp out” the violence and intolerance ISIL espouses.

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