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January 26, 2008

1. U.S. military commanders fear that al-Qaeda is preparing a major assault in Mosul in order to defend its last urban redoubt.

2. Pakistan conducted a successful test launch of a medium-range nuclear-capable ballistic missile.

3. North Korea is reportedly preparing to sell mini-submarines to Iran.

4. Imagery reveals a number of new Chinese air-to-air missile programs, including enhanced versions of existing weapons and previously unknown designs

5.The suspected mastermind behind Benazir Bhutto's assassination has reportedly raided a NATO convoy and stolen sophisticated communications gear.

6. Somali insurgents briefly seized a major military airbase in southern Somalia and reportedly looted weapons, medicines and other equipment.

Mosul Attack Points to Insurgent Shift

Pakistan test fires medium-range ballistic missile

Taliban seize NATO supplies in Pakistan

North Korea to sell minisubs to Iran

China hints at new air-launched missiles

Somalia’s govt says insurgents briefly captured airbase, looted weapons

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