Dec 31

Japan to settle US base row despite political risk 
    (AFP)

AFP – Japan’s government has told the United States it will decide by May where to relocate a controversial US military base even if it risks breaking up the ruling coalition, Jiji Press reported Thursday. Read the rest of this entry »

Dec 31

Taliban claim blast that killed 8 Americans 
    (AP)

AP – The Taliban claimed responsibility Thursday for a suicide bombing at a base in eastern Afghanistan that killed eight American civilians and one Afghan, the worst loss of life for the U.S. in the country since October. A U.S. congressional official said CIA employees are believed to be among the victims. Read the rest of this entry »

Dec 31

Eight Americans killed in Afghanistan suicide attack 
    (AFP)

AFP – Eight American civilian workers were killed on Wednesday in a suicide bomb attack on a US military base close to the border with Pakistan, officials said. Read the rest of this entry »

Dec 31

Afghan attacks kill 8 CIA employees, 5 Canadians 
    (Reuters)

Reuters – A suicide bomber penetrated a foreign army base in Afghanistan to kill eight U.S. CIA employees on Wednesday, one of the spy agency’s largest death tolls, and a separate attack killed four Canadian troops and a journalist. Read the rest of this entry »

Dec 30
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8 Americans dead in Afghan attack 
    (AP)

AP – Eight Americans died Wednesday in a suicide bombing at a military base in eastern Afghanistan, U.S. officials said. Read the rest of this entry »

Dec 29

Afghan soldier kills U.S. service member at army base 
    (Reuters)

Reuters – An Afghan soldier killed a U.S. service member and wounded two Italian soldiers when he opened fire on foreign troops at an army base in western Afghanistan on Tuesday, a senior Afghan army officer said. Read the rest of this entry »

Dec 29

Standoff over US base closure sours US-Japan ties 
    (AP)

AP – When the U.S. took over a Japanese airfield here in the closing days of World War II, it was surrounded by sugarcane fields and the smoldering battlegrounds of Okinawa. It is now the focus of a deepening dispute that is testing Japan’s security alliance with the United States and dividing its new government in Tokyo. Read the rest of this entry »

Dec 28

BusinessWeek – With the next deadline for MBA applications set for Jan. 18, 2009, admissions at Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business (Mendoza Full-Time MBA Profile) recently shared some insights into what the business school is looking for in MBA candidates. At a live chat event, MBA Admissions Director Brian Lohr (BrianLohr) and first-year student Carly DaCosta (NDCarlyDaCosta), who went to West Point and served as an active duty Army officer for Read the rest of this entry »

Dec 27

Japan wants 'more time' for US base decision 
    (AFP)

AFP – Japan’s ambassador to the United States, Ichiro Fujisaki, has told US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that his country needs more time to decide on the future of US military bases in Japan. Read the rest of this entry »

Dec 25

BusinessWeek – With the next deadline for MBA applications set for Jan. 18, 2009, admissions at Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business (Mendoza Full-Time MBA Profile) recently shared some insights into what the business school is looking for in MBA candidates. At a live chat event, MBA Admissions Director Brian Lohr (BrianLohr) and first-year student Carly DaCosta (NDCarlyDaCosta), who went to West Point and served as an active duty Army officer for Read the rest of this entry »

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