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Remembrance Day 2014 in Kyrenia, Northern Cyprus.

Remembrance Day 2014 in Kyrenia,
Northern Cyprus.

By Chris Elliott

Following the gathering of so many people on the 8th November at the Old British Cemetery, Kyrenia to see a memorial unveiled to the 62 policemen who lost their lives during the Cyprus Emergency, so many people returned with many new faces on Sunday… 386 more words

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Remembrance Day 2014 in Kyrenia, Northern Cyprus.

Remembrance Day  2014 in Kyrenia,

Northern Cyprus.

By Chris Elliott

Following the gathering of so many people on the 8th November at the Old British Cemetery, Kyrenia to see a memorial unveiled to the 62 policemen who lost their lives during the Cyprus Emergency, so many people returned with many new faces on Sunday… 392 more words

News

11 Things People Say To Female Soldiers

1. Wait—you’re in the Army? Are you a lesbian?

“I thought all women in the Army were supposed to be butch lesbians.” Why is that always the first assumption? 631 more words

Britain’s Afghanistan War finally over

On 26th October Britain marked a significant achievement in its draw down from Afghanistan.

Camp Bastion, Britain’s foremost military base in Afghanistan and the home of many of our troops out there since its construction in 2006, was formally handed over to the Afghan National Security Forces. 510 more words

Armed Forces News

British forces hand over control of last base in Afghanistan

CAMP BASTION-LEATHERNECK, Afghanistan – British forces on Sunday, October 26, handed over formal control of their last base in Afghanistan to Afghan troops, ending combat operations in the country after 13 years which cost hundreds of lives. 380 more words

World

END OF ERA IN AFGHANISTAN

ISAF terminates operation in the country 19 more words