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  • Politiet lånte Sisu fra gamle Telemarksbataljonen på Heistadmoen en gang på 90-tallet da en geværgærning skjøt på folk på Hurum.
    At sauene vedtar at alle skal leve av gress hjelper dem lite hvis ikke ulvene er enige.

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    • Og i andre nyheter, Indonesia vurderer å kjøpe Leopard-stridsvogner.
      http://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2...panzer-leopard
      Just when you'd think they were more malignant than ever Hell could be, they could occasionally show more grace than Heaven ever dreamed of. Often the same individual was involved. It was this freewill thing, of course. It was a bugger.

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      • Opprinnelig skrevet av hvlt Vis post
        Politiet lånte Sisu fra gamle Telemarksbataljonen på Heistadmoen en gang på 90-tallet da en geværgærning skjøt på folk på Hurum.
        Sånn bare for å spore av, var ikke det en FUCHS da - En litt mindre treaksla sak i grønt som nådde avisene dengangen ?
        Shaking the ground with the force of a thousand guns

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        • Opprinnelig skrevet av hvlt Vis post
          Politiet lånte Sisu fra gamle Telemarksbataljonen på Heistadmoen en gang på 90-tallet da en geværgærning skjøt på folk på Hurum.
          Stemmer det VF var en kar jeg kjente fra forsvaret med tjeneste i Libanon og Bosnia, VK fra Politiet (med fartsid som det samme fra forsvaret).
          "saaatan din lille heltjævel, du berga dæ faen mæ den hær gangen å!"

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          • NATO: Al-Qaida-leder drept i Afghanistan

            http://www.vg.no/nyheter/utenriks/ar...artid=10053769

            En sentral al-Qaida-leder ble i helgen drept i et luftangrep øst i Afghanistan, ifølge den NATO-ledede ISAF-styrken.

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            • Det er jeg ikke sikker på, jeg bare synes jeg husker det var en Sisu. Jeg husker ikke hvilket år det var, men det var i det nærmeste nabolaget til min mors barndomshjem. Desperadoen hadde forskanset seg med gevær i et hus ved Åsheimveien i Klokkarstua og skjøt på folk som gikk eller kjørte på veien. Jeg husker ikke nå om noen ble drept, men en eller flere tror jeg ble skadet.

              Han hadde forskanset seg i enten Åsheimveien 34 eller 36, se dette kartet. Dermed dekket han et skikkelig stort åpent område med flere veier, og var svært farlig. (Mine bestforeldre eide en gang i tiden gården Grinda, i dag med adresse Åsheimveien 5, det var min mors barndomshjem, men gården ble solgt ut av familien for over 50 år siden; det var altså nabogården til desperadoen.) En Sisu eller annet hjul-panserkjøretøy ble kjørt fra Heistadmoen til Hurum (minst 7 mil kjøring) og med den ble folk evakuert fra farlig område og desperadoen ble overtalt til å overgi seg. Jeg innbiller meg at dette var midt på 90-tallet, men husker ikke sikkert.
              At sauene vedtar at alle skal leve av gress hjelper dem lite hvis ikke ulvene er enige.

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              • Det var en SISU. Case closed.
                mathematical analysis does not matter in high risk decision making

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                • Opprinnelig skrevet av jaffar Vis post
                  Det var en SISU. Case closed.
                  Husker du årstall og om det var drepte og skadde?
                  At sauene vedtar at alle skal leve av gress hjelper dem lite hvis ikke ulvene er enige.

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                  • Denne? http://tux1.aftenposten.no/nyheter/iriks/d35910.htm

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                    • Nope
                      Bumpibump TM

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                      • Opprinnelig skrevet av Safariland Vis post
                        Nei, men samme fylke. Saken du har der er en av "udetonerte bomber" sakene.
                        At sauene vedtar at alle skal leve av gress hjelper dem lite hvis ikke ulvene er enige.

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                        • Det du tenker på var vel den såkalte "Hurum drapene" saken? På begynnelsen av 90-tallet?
                          Bumpibump TM

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                          • Mulig, det var to alvorlige saker i løpet av kort tid i samme nabolaget på Hurum, en som ble drept med kniv og så denne saken (når jeg vrir hodet tror jeg en ble drept, muligens ei ung jente?). Sakene hadde ikke noe med hverandre å gjøre.
                            At sauene vedtar at alle skal leve av gress hjelper dem lite hvis ikke ulvene er enige.

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                            • Opprinnelig skrevet av jaffar Vis post
                              Det var en SISU. Case closed.
                              Yepp og VF var vognfører i Mek troppen i Libanon i XXIII og FMR XXXII så det var etter 94
                              "saaatan din lille heltjævel, du berga dæ faen mæ den hær gangen å!"

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                              • Sjekket nå ja, det var 17. november 1995. Sinnsforvirret mann skjøt med rifle fra hus (Åsheimveien 36) mot tilfeldige forbipasserende. En kvinne ble drept og to personer ble alvorlig såret. Kvinnen som ble drept var sjåfør i en bil som ble truffet i fart på ca. 200 meters hold. De to sårede var bussjåfører i hver sin buss. Det tok 20 timer før desperadoen overga seg. Før det var et meget stort område evakuert, han hadde meget bra skuddfelt og behersket to trafikkerte veier fra huset. Fæl sak.
                                At sauene vedtar at alle skal leve av gress hjelper dem lite hvis ikke ulvene er enige.

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                                • In Reversal, U.S Army Bans High-Performance Rifle Mags.

                                  http://www.military.com/daily-news/2...army.nlhttp://
                                  ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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                                  • http://www.nrk.no/nyheter/distrikt/t...mark/1.8167949

                                    Nå skal russiske myndigheter tørke støv av gamle, arktiske flyplasser som ble forlatt etter Sovjetunionens oppløsning

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                                    • - Med et smell ble jærstrendene en tryggere plass å ferdes

                                      http://www.aftenbladet.no/nyheter/lo...l#.T8efFGthiSM
                                      I'm inclined to think that a military background wouldn't hurt anyone

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                                      • 28 soldatar blir i dag, fredag, heidra for innsatsen dei har gjort i internasjonale operasjonar for Forsvaret. Dei har, i teneste for landet, utført mot, tapperheit og edeldåd, og utsett sitt eige liv for fare.
                                        http://forsvaret.no/aktuelt/publiser...festninga.aspx

                                        Meget bra!

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                                        • Finner du elitesoldatene?
                                          To stykker ligger skjult i dette bildet.
                                          http://www.dagbladet.no/2012/06/01/n...rael/21869919/

                                          jeg fant de ganske kjapt
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                                          *smerte er midlertidig, ære varer evig*

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                                          • Jeg fant 3 :S
                                            Heavy is good, heavy is reliable. If it doesn't work... you can always hit them with it.

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                                            • Skyteepisode hos NAV på Tøyen:
                                              http://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/a...artid=10054097

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                                              • http://www.bt.no/nyheter/okonomi/Nei...l#.T8kv7dV7rZE

                                                Utestedet Rick's får ikke lov til å bygge foran krigsminnesmerket ved «Gestapo-huset».
                                                Bra fylkesmannen har respekt for historien, i motsetning til Bergen kommune.
                                                Odd objects attract fire. You are odd.

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                                                • http://www.dagbladet.no/2012/06/02/n...riks/21860558/

                                                  orsvarsattaché Thomas Larsen Bergheim (54) har fratrådt sin stilling ved den norske ambassaden i Warszava. Det skjer etter en varslingssak i regi av Forsvarsdepartementet, der det framkom massiv kritikk mot diplomaten og karriereoffiserens utførelse av jobben.

                                                  Dagbladet er kjent med innholdet i en tjenstlig tilrettevisning som ble formidlet Bergheim skriftilg i 21. mars 2012. I brevet, som er meget skarpt i tonen, står det blant annet:

                                                  «Forsvarsdepartementet finner at din tjenesteutførelse og atferd som forsvarsattaché ikke er forenelig med de holdninger som departementet ønsker at vårt personell skal fremstå med. Innholdet i varselet tyder i stor grad på dette. Det er Forsvarsdepartementets vurdering at dette er uønsket atferd som ikke kan aksepteres» - står det i brevet.
                                                  Just when you'd think they were more malignant than ever Hell could be, they could occasionally show more grace than Heaven ever dreamed of. Often the same individual was involved. It was this freewill thing, of course. It was a bugger.

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                                                  • Vet man hva han har gjort?
                                                    Odd objects attract fire. You are odd.

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                                                    • Opprinnelig skrevet av Znuddel Vis post
                                                      Vet man hva han har gjort?
                                                      Etter at personer varslet Forsvarsdepartementet om Bergheims uryddige arbeidssituasjon og atferd, ble det startet en varslingssak i departementet, hvor en grundigere etterforskning har blitt gjennomført.

                                                      Selve varslingen bestod av flere forhold, og et av disse er bruken av forsvarsattachéns budsjett til private forbruk.

                                                      I brevet står det blant annet at Bergheim innrømmer bruken av disse pengene til private innkjøp og en privat middag.

                                                      «I ditt møte med departementet innrømmet du flere forhold knyttet til administrativ uorden. Du avholdt en middag 24. juli 2011, hvor utgiftene ble belastet forsvarsattacheens budsjett. Forsvarsdepartementet understreker at misbruk av statlige midler ikke under noen omstendighet skal skje. Slik atferd er uakseptabel og vitner om dårlig skjønn.» - står det videre i brevet.

                                                      Til Dagbladet mener imidlertid Bergheim at dette var snakk om småpenger og at beløpet er tilbakebetalt.

                                                      - I løpet av fire år har det vært tre bilag som det har blitt stusset over. Det er snakk om et par tusen kroner, og dette er selvfølgelig betalt nå, sier Bergheim til Dagbladet.
                                                      Økonomisk rot bl.a..
                                                      Bumpibump TM

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                                                      • - Sverige lot tyske nazitog passere til Narvik

                                                        Tyskerne brukte den svenske jernbanen i stor stil mens kampene pågikk. Virksomheten var mye mer omfattende enn historikerne har vært klar over, sier Eidum til Dagbladet.

                                                        I boka dokumenterer han hvordan svenske myndigheter allerede i oktober 1940 forsøkte å overbevise norske myndigheter i London og Stockholm om at det faktisk ikke ble tillatt sendinger av soldater og våpen gjennom Sverige. Men at sannheten var en helt annen.

                                                        Prestisje

                                                        Ifølge boka ble den svenske ambassadøren i Berlin innkalt til den tyske utenriksministeren som i klartekst fortalte ham at Adolf Hitler personlig ytret ønske om å få sende tre tog med 30-40 plomberte vogner gjennom nøytrale Sverige.

                                                        Det ble ikke lagt skjul på at Hitler satset mye prestisje på en seier i Narvik.

                                                        Tyskerne argumenterte overfor svenskene med at de hadde sårede ved fronten, og at de derfor trengte å få sendt inn sanitetssoldater, mat og medisiner.

                                                        Ifølge regnestykkene til Eidum kom det imidlertid 17 soldater per hver sanitetssoldat med togene som gikk til Norge.

                                                        Uttrykte hat

                                                        Eidum skriver at svenskene åpnet for enda mer togtrafikk gjennom Sverige til Narvik i det krigen om Narvik var tapt. Fram til august 1943 rullet det tyske tog fra Sverige til Oslo, Trondheim og Narvik, over grensen i nord. Også norske fanger skal ha blitt sendt med tog til konsentrasjonsleire i Tyskland da togtrafikken var på sitt høyeste nivå.

                                                        I boka er det tatt med et brev statsminister Johan Nygaardsvold (Ap) skrev til den svenske partifellen Anders Frihagen nyttårsaften 1940.

                                                        I brevet ba Nygaardsvold Frihagen om å henvende seg til den svenske statsministeren Pehr Albin Hansson.

                                                        «Hvis DU kunde komme på privat talefot med Pehr Albin Hansson så kan du hilse ham fra mig og si, at det er to ting jeg lengter etter å oppleve og det er at tyskerne blir jaget ut av Norge og det andre er at jeg må få leve så lenge at jeg kan få skjælde ham og hele hans regjering - kanskje også hele hans parti huden fuld.»

                                                        I brevet skrev også Nygaardsvold at det «er ingen, ingen, ingen jeg hater så flammende og så vilt som Sverige - og det er hans (Hanssons) skyld».

                                                        Brevet ble aldri vist til den svenske statsministeren.
                                                        http://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/a...artid=10065818

                                                        Så dette var mer omfattende enn hva man tidligere har antatt?

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                                                        • Heinkel-flyet heises fra Hafrsfjorden etter 70år.
                                                          Bildeserie nederst i artikkelen.
                                                          http://solabladet.no/index.php?page=...t&NyhetID=6971

                                                          Mer om bergingsprosessen,..ble for kaldt for meg som tilskuer da det trakk ut til 22 om kvelden.
                                                          http://solabladet.no/index.php?page=...t&NyhetID=6968
                                                          ...Daeshbags

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                                                          • SAS frees UK hostage in daring Afghan raid

                                                            Prime Minister praises flawless operation as British aid worker is cared for
                                                            in Kabul

                                                            David Randall, Brian Brady, Mohammad Hamid
                                                            Sunday, 3 June 2012

                                                            A flawless operation by Nato special forces led by the SAS freed a British
                                                            aid worker and her three colleagues from the clutches of Taliban kidnappers
                                                            in a remote part of northern Afghanistan yesterday. They had been held for
                                                            11 days in a cave by a group who were armed with heavy machine guns, assault
                                                            rifles and rocket-propelled grenades. The five insurgents were killed, but
                                                            no hostage or Nato soldier was harmed.

                                                            The Briton, 28-year-old Helen Johnston, a London-trained nutritionist, is
                                                            said to be well and in the care of the British embassy in Kabul. Her family
                                                            were understandably thrilled.

                                                            A statement from Ms Johnston's parents Philip and Patricia, and brother
                                                            Peter said they were "deeply grateful" to her rescuers.

                                                            "We are delighted and hugely relieved by the wonderful news that Helen and
                                                            all her colleagues have been freed... We greatly appreciate the restraint
                                                            shown by the media since her abduction."

                                                            David Cameron said: "It was an extraordinarily brave, breathtaking operation
                                                            that our troops had to carry out. We will never be able to publish their
                                                            names but the whole country should know we have an extraordinary group of
                                                            people who work for us who do amazingly brave things."

                                                            The Prime Minister said the outcome should serve as a warning to terrorists
                                                            everywhere: "They should know if they take British citizens as hostage we do
                                                            not pay ransoms, we do not trade prisoners. They can expect a swift and
                                                            brutal end."


                                                            Since the kidnapping, the Cabinet's Cobra emergency committee has met each
                                                            day to discuss the issue. Three of these meetings have been chaired by Mr
                                                            Cameron. He gave the go-ahead for the rescue operation on Friday afternoon
                                                            when, he said, information was received that the risks to the hostages'
                                                            lives were increasing.

                                                            The aid team – from a Swiss-based Christian charity called Medair – were
                                                            seized on 22 May as they travelled to a clinic in the remote Yawan district
                                                            of Badakhshan by donkey, the road having been destroyed by floods.

                                                            One of the team, an Afghan, escaped, but the other four – two Afghans, Ms
                                                            Johnston, and Moragwa Oirere from Kenya – were taken. How they were treated
                                                            is not known, but a ransom demand was made for £7.1m.

                                                            Shams ul-Rahman, the deputy governor of Badakhshan province, said the
                                                            hostages were kept near Gulati, a village in Shahri Buzurg district, a
                                                            mountainous and forested area near the Tajikistan border. "Smugglers are
                                                            based in those areas, but of course the smugglers have the support of the
                                                            Taliban," he said.

                                                            Afghan elders in the area had worked to seek the release of the aid workers,
                                                            he added. It was when these elders were about to go to the village to start
                                                            negotiations that the intelligence took a disturbing turn. News came through
                                                            that suggested the hostages were about to be moved across the border to
                                                            Tajikistan. This raised fears that the abductors were trying to sell them on
                                                            to central Asian militants, possibly the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan.

                                                            Mr Cameron gave the order to begin the rescue amid fears that the hostages
                                                            were in imminent danger. The special forces included members of 22 SAS,
                                                            stationed in Kabul, plus colleagues from the New Zealand SAS, US Rangers and
                                                            Seals, and Afghan special forces, the Tiger Teams.

                                                            It is believed that the troops were helicoptered into the region and then
                                                            faced a long march before reaching the cave in the middle of the night.
                                                            Having confirmed that the hostages were there, they began their attack at
                                                            1am. It met with spectacular success.

                                                            Lt Gen Adrian Bradshaw, deputy commander of the International Security
                                                            Assistance Force (ISAF), told the BBC: "This was incredibly difficult
                                                            terrain, very rocky, with scrub, in a deep gully – it was about the most
                                                            testing target you could imagine. There's real risk involved in this sort of
                                                            operation, and we wouldn't have done it were there not a very clear threat
                                                            to the lives of the hostages."

                                                            He said the two Afghan hostages were "incredibly brave and loyal and stayed
                                                            with the two girls despite having opportunities to escape."

                                                            Medair said it was "immensely grateful to all parties involved in ensuring
                                                            the hostages' swift and safe return". According to its website, the
                                                            organisation has worked in Afghanistan since 1996, providing relief to
                                                            vulnerable communities.

                                                            The help of the village elders, and the information they passed on, is a
                                                            tribute to Medair's relationship with locals. One of the uplifting aspects
                                                            of the rescue was the part played by Afghan officials and forces in the
                                                            operation. General John R Allen, commander of the ISAF, said: "I would like
                                                            to thank the Afghan Ministry of the Interior and Minister Mohammadi for
                                                            their tremendous support throughout this crisis."

                                                            Past rescue attempts in Afghanistan have not always gone so well. In 2009,
                                                            an Afghan translator kidnapped with a New York Times reporter was killed in
                                                            a hail of bullets during a rescue attempt by British commandos. In 2010, the
                                                            US Navy's Seal Team 6 tried to rescue Linda Norgrove, a Scottish aid worker,
                                                            from her Taliban captors. She was killed by a grenade thrown in haste by a
                                                            US commando.

                                                            The kidnapping of foreigners has become relatively common in parts of
                                                            Afghanistan since US-backed Afghan forces toppled the Taliban government in
                                                            2001. In 2010, 10 foreign medical workers, including the British doctor
                                                            Karen Woo and six Americans, were killed in Badakhshan in an attack blamed
                                                            on insurgents.

                                                            The day before the latest kidnap, the Foreign Office had issued a warning to
                                                            NGOs underlining the perils they face. It read: "There have been a number of
                                                            attacks against aid workers and military vehicles... There are ongoing
                                                            military operations throughout the Northern Region. We continue to advise
                                                            against all travel to Badakhshan."

                                                            Elsewhere in Afghanistan, Nato and Afghan forces detained a militant
                                                            commander who allegedly planned and co-ordinated an attack on a coalition
                                                            base in eastern Khost province on Friday. Troops also detained several other
                                                            insurgents and seized an AK-47 and ammunition.

                                                            Militants detonated a truck bomb outside Forward Operating Base Salerno on
                                                            Friday, then tried to storm the site. Coalition forces repelled the attack,
                                                            killing 14 militants. No foreign or Afghan troops died during the raid,
                                                            according to Nato. The Taliban claimed responsibility, but the militant
                                                            detained was a member of the Haqqani network, the coalition said. The
                                                            Haqqani network, which is based in Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan, is
                                                            allied with the Taliban and al-Qa'ida but operates independently.

                                                            Additional reporting by Jonathan Owen, Genevieve Roberts, Azar Zaidi
                                                            http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wo...tService=print

                                                            Min utheving.

                                                            NATO troops rescue 4 hostages in Afghanistan
                                                            By Deb Riechmann and Rahim Faiez - The Associated Press
                                                            Posted : Saturday Jun 2, 2012 13:43:30 EDT

                                                            KABUL, Afghanistan — It was a risky, but successful operation: British and other NATO forces stormed a cave tucked in the mountains before dawn Saturday and rescued two foreign female aid workers and their two Afghan colleagues being held hostage by Taliban-linked militants.

                                                            Helicopters, flying under the cover of darkness, ferried the rescue team to extreme northeastern Afghanistan where they suspected the hostages were being held. After confirming the workers were there, they raided the site, killed several militants and freed the hostages, ending their nearly two-week ordeal.

                                                            Helen Johnston, 28, from Britain; Moragwa Oirere, 26, from Kenya; and their two Afghan colleagues were kidnapped May 22 while traveling on horseback in Badakhshan province. The four work for Medair, a humanitarian non-governmental organization based near Lausanne, Switzerland.

                                                            “They were kidnapped by an armed terrorist group with ties to the Taliban,” said Lt. Col. Jimmie Cummings, a spokesman for the U.S.-led military coalition fighting in Afghanistan. “The kidnappers were armed with heavy machine guns, rocket-propelled grenades and AK47s. ... The hostages were being held in a cave in the mountains.”

                                                            Past rescue attempts in Afghanistan have not always gone so well.

                                                            In 2009, Sultan Munadi, an Afghan translator kidnapped alongside New York Times reporter Stephen Farrell, was killed in a hail of bullets during a rescue attempt by British commandos. In 2010, the U.S. Navy’s SEAL Team 6 tried to rescue Linda Norgrove, a Scottish aid worker, from her Taliban captors in Afghanistan. She was killed by a grenade thrown in haste by one of the American commandos.

                                                            Afghan officials said seven militants were killed during Saturday’s rescue operation, which was launched about 1 a.m.

                                                            British Prime Minister David Cameron approved the rescue operation Friday afternoon after becoming increasingly concerned about the safety of the hostages. The mission was carried out by British troops in cooperation with other NATO and Afghan forces, Cameron told reporters outside 10 Downing Street in London.

                                                            He said it was “extraordinarily difficult” to decide to go ahead with the operation, which involved a “long route march” without being discovered.

                                                            “It was an extraordinarily brave, breathtaking even, operation that our troops had to carry out,” Cameron said.

                                                            British Army Lt. Gen. Adrian Bradshaw, deputy commander of the NATO military coalition in Afghanistan, said the rugged area had steep mountains, deep gullies and demanding terrain.

                                                            “The hostages are in good health — we’ve seen all four of them this morning,” Bradshaw said, adding they would be reunited with their families soon.

                                                            Johnston’s family expressed delight over the news that the aid worker and her colleagues had been freed.

                                                            “We are deeply grateful to everyone involved in her rescue, to those who worked tirelessly on her behalf, and to family and friends for their love, prayers and support over the last twelve days,” the family said in a statement.

                                                            Medair spokesman Aurilien Demaurex also expressed relief that the aid workers had been rescued and said the company was “immensely grateful to all parties involved in ensuring their swift and safe return.”

                                                            Shams ul-Rahman, the deputy governor of Badakhshan province, said the hostages had been held in Gulati, a village in Shahri Buzurg district, near the Tajikistan border.

                                                            “Mostly smugglers are based in those areas, but of course the smugglers have the support of the Taliban,” Rahman said.

                                                            He said Afghan elders in the area had been working to seek the release of the aid workers.

                                                            “A group of elders was about to go to the village and start negotiations,” Rahman said. “Based on intelligence reports that Afghan forces received, a successful operation was conducted that resulted in the release of the hostages and the killing of the kidnappers.”

                                                            Separately, a NATO service member died Saturday following an insurgent attack in southern Afghanistan. The coalition released no other details about the death. So far this year, 177 foreign troops have been killed in Afghanistan.

                                                            Also in the south, Abdul Salaam, the Taliban’s military leader for three districts in southern Helmand province, was killed Friday in a joint operation by the Afghan and coalition forces in Kajaki district, the provincial governor’s office said Saturday. Abdul Salaam was the brother of Qayum Zakir, a member of Taliban’s leadership council known as the Quetta Shura after the Pakistani city of the same name, said Fared Ahmad Farhang, a spokesman for the police in Helmand province.

                                                            In the east, NATO and Afghan forces detained a militant commander who allegedly planned and coordinated an attack on a coalition base in eastern Khost province Friday. Several other insurgents were detained during the operation in Sabari district. Militants detonated a truck bomb outside Forward Operating Base Salerno on Friday, then tried to storm the site, but coalition forces repelled the attack, killing 14 militants. No foreign or Afghan troops were killed.
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                                                            • Jeg tviler på at vi noen gang får en slik uttalelse fra Stoltenberg..

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