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Israeli forces raided al-Arqa village, west of Jenin, raided the Palestinian houses, and transferred one of the them to a military outpost to monitor Palestinians in the village.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Two civilians were killed in a mine blast near a military outpost in the eastern province of Tunceli on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the Al-Qassam brigades, military wing of Hamas, launched an assault against Israeli military outposts located near the Gaza Strip, the sources said, noting that the operations were in retaliation for the continuous Israeli aggression against Gaza.
Except for the military outpost in Second Thomas Shoal, all military detachments have concrete stilt outposts that soldiers call home for four to six months -- depending on the weather and availability of personnel.
Khar said attacks on military outposts were "totally unacceptable" as they contravened international law and violated Pakistani sovereignty -- inflaming US-Pakistani relations still reeling from the May killing of Osama bin Laden, an AFP, who had hosted the US commander in Afghanistan for talks on border coordination only one day before the attack, led the mourners in funeral prayers at the northwest's military headquarters.
Soldiers in Camp Bastion , Britain's largest base in Afghanistan, and other military outposts across the world held their own services.
In a separate attack, 16 militants in two pick up trucks and motorcycles opened fire on a military outpost in another area of Narathiwat on Tuesday, killing a 21-year-old private and injuring two other troops.
A special hospitality venue, The McGladrey Military Outpost provided by title sponsor McGladrey, will be located near the 9th green.