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$100 Million in Anti-Terror Military Aid Urged

The Pentagon and the State Department have recommended spending about $100 million this year to train and equip foreign militaries in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, South America and Africa as part of a new strategy to help partner nations fight terrorism beyond Iraq and Afghanistan, administration officials said yesterday. At least eight proposals, expected to go to the White House for approval soon, include strengthening counterterrorism forces and capabilities in northern and Saharan Africa, along the 2,000-nautical mile Gulf of Guinea coast, and around the Indonesia, Philippines and Malaysia maritime triangle, the officials said. Full Story

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