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Osmani is said to have been the Taliban's chief military commander in southern Afghanistan.
Fiji's military commander, Commodore Frank Bainimarama, yesterday announced he had taken control of the country from the elected government, confirming the nation's fourth coup in less than two decades
A senior military commander of the Taliban said Wednesday the Taliban will give 100 kilograms of gold as a reward to anyone who will kill the person responsible for ''blasphemous'' cartoons in Denmark, Afghan Islamic Press reported.
He was due to have meetings with the UK's deputy ambassador to Iraq, Tim Torlot, US officials and the British military commander, Lt-Gen Nick Houghton.
It is even more illiberal to view a wartime president as a military commander whose authority must not be undermined by criticism.
The original author Wang Chen was a 9th-century Chinese military commander sickened by carnage and began using the ancient Tao Te Ching for peaceful purposes: his interpretations produced the first reading of it as a martial text of strategy, and Ralph Sawyer's in-depth interpretations go far in placing its military importance in modern Western hands.
Marcus takes his time developing the book's heroes: the capable half-breed Billy Powell and the noble Abraham, the former military commander who runs the famed sanctuary deep in the Florida Everglades for runaway slaves.
He and his military commander, Ratko Mladic, along with Saddam, stand as the most prolific butchers of Muslims in the post Cold War decade.
The GCC also dumped its chairman, former prime minister and military commander Sitiveni Rabuka, replacing him with another former military commander, Epeli Ganilau.
Historian, military commander, secretary, and theologian to the Mughal emperor Akbar.
Mosul / NINA / Daesh organization executed the military commander responsible for Sharqat district after fleeing the battlefield with the progress the Iraqi forces, according to security sources in Nineveh province.
Mustafa Badreddine, the top military commander of Hezbollah, was killed in Syria, the Lebanon-based Islamist group said Friday.

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