Some articles on troop, border, border troops, troops, borders:
... During Lebanon's civil war, Syria's troop deployment in Lebanon was legitimized by the Lebanese Parliament in the Taif Agreement, supported by the Arab League ... and the LAF allowed to deploy along the border with Israel ... Lebanon was called on to deploy along its southern border by UN Security Council Resolution 1391, urged to do so by UN Resolution UN Security Council Resolution 1496, and ...
... in Deutschland (SMAD) directed the organization of the Deutsche Grenzpolizei (German Border Police), actually formed on 1 December 1946 ... like a police force and were subordinate to the Main Administration of the Border Police and Alert Units of the German Administration of the Interior ... force along military lines, similar to their Soviet counterparts, the USSR Border Troops ...
... Ukrainian border guards are national successors of the Soviet Border Troops ... They were formed from the approximately 17,000 Border Troops located in Ukraine ... was first titled in 1991 the "Ukrainian Border Troops", which was later subordinated to the "Ukraine's State Committee for State Border Guarding" ...
... The Border Troops of the German Democratic Republic, in German Grenztruppen der DDR, were a military force of the GDR and the primary force guarding the Berlin Wall and the border between East ... The Border Troops numbered at their peak approximately 47,000 troops ... Union, no other Warsaw Pact country had such a large border guard force ...
... An Australian troop ship was en route to transfer them to Papua New Guinea, where they would be split up and sent to New Zealand and to Nauru ... from the activities of terrorists harbored within their borders ... deployed military and police forces to seal its 560 mile border with Afghanistan to prevent a possible influx of refugees ...
Famous quotes containing the words troops and/or border:
“But, where the road runs near the stream,
Oft through the trees they catch a glance
Of passing troops in the suns beam
Pennon, and plume, and flashing lance!
Forth to the world those soldiers fare,
To life, to cities, and to war!”
—Matthew Arnold (18221888)
“Although our love is waning, let us stand
By the lone border of the lake once more,
Together in that hour of gentleness
When the poor tired child, Passion, falls asleep....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)