Border Security

CHEORWON, South Korea - South Korean and Japanese activists floated hundreds of thousands of leaflets by balloon toward the border with North Korea on Wednesday to condemn the country's government amid tensions over the sinking of a South Korean warship.

ANKARA, Turkey - Turkish warplanes launched air raids at suspected Kurdish rebel positions in northern Iraq Saturday after a rebel attack on a military outpost in Turkey touched off clashes in which nine soldiers and 12 rebel fighters died, Turkey's military and reports said.

MIR ALI, Pakistan - A suspected U.S.

SEOUL, South Korea - North Korea vowed Saturday to launch an all-out attack against South Korean loudspeakers and other propaganda facilities along their heavily fortified border, warning it could even turn Seoul into a "sea of flame." The rival Koreas ended decades of propaganda campaigns in 2004 as their relations warmed.
Democrats, Republicans padding war-funding bill
WASHINGTON - Lawmakers in both parties are using President Barack Obama's war funding request to advance unrelated pet initiatives like money to help secure the U.S.-Mexico border and to prevent teacher layoffs.
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