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Daily Misfortune Sunday August 1, 2010

Daily Misfortune Sunday August 1, 2010 --- ===
Misfortune Timeline 2010

  1. Current Events August 1, 2010 (Sunday) 

  1. War in Afghanistan (2001–present) Netherlands pulls out of Afghanistan. (rfi) Two NATO soldiers are killed in fighting in the south of Afghanistan. (AFP via Focus net)
  2. Wooden box mines, suspected to come from North Korea, wash ashore on a South Korean beach killing one man and injuring another. (Reuters) (Yonhap)
  3. Israel Defense Forces jets attack targets in the Gaza Strip following a Qassam rocket fired at the Negev in Israel on Saturday night. (Ynet News)
  4. Almost 90,000 people flee renewed fighting in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo in the past month reflecting a declining security situation as the military fights Allied Democratic Forces-National Army for the Liberation of Uganda Ugandan Islamist rebels. (Reuters Africa)
  5. Six people die in the Indian province of Jammu and Kashmir after a third day of clashes between security forces and Muslim separatists. (Voice of America))
  6. Thousands of troops are mobilised in Russia to tackle forest fires spreading in 17 regions, the worst in decades, as the death toll rises to 30. (Voice of Russia) (AFP)
  7. Floods in northeastern China kill more than 100 people and sweep 3,000 chemical-filled barrels into the Songhua River. (Aljazeera) (Xinhua) (AFP) (Times of India)
  8. Pakistan floods The death toll from floods in northwestern Pakistan exceeds 1,000. (BBC) (Aljazeera) (The Nation)
  9.  Illegal Immigrant Arrested Twice Not Deported Guilty In Drunk Driving Killing of Nun Denise Mosier killed: 1 injured: 2 suspect: guilty sentence: 20 years detail: Carlos Montano, pled guilty in the drunk driving killing of Catholic nun Sister Denise Mosier and injuring two others. His car crossed a median and slammed head on into a vehicle carrying the three nuns. Montano was an illegal immigrant county resident, from Bolivia. he been released into the custody of Homeland Security awaiting deportation after being arrested twice for drunk driving