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TAG - Tactical Assault Group

We are an australian based clan who supports the game Crysis Wars.

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    Posts : 18
    Join date : 2009-04-25
    Age : 27
    Location : Bungwahl

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    Post  CULTOFSCARRO on Sat Oct 17, 2009 10:43 pm

    Botswana ruling party claims polls win

    PRESIDENT Ian Khama's ruling party claimed victory in Botswana's parliamentary polls that will return the tough-talking leader to the helm of world's biggest diamond producer.

    Roman Polanski having medical tests

    FILM director Roman Polanski, who has been held in a Swiss jail for the past three weeks, is undergoing medical tests, his lawyer says.

    US budget deficit hits record $1.4 trillion

    THE US Government closed its 2009 fiscal year with a record $US1.417 trillion ($1.54 trillion) budget deficit as it poured resources to contain a serious financial crisis that plunged the nation into recession.

    'Balloon boy' dad now has box

    THE father of the boy at the centre of Colorado's runaway balloon drama has denied it was a hoax in a bizarre appearance before reporters camped outside his home.

    Over 1m at Madrid anti-abortion rally

    MORE than one million people have taken part in a demonstration in Madrid against the socialist government's plans to liberalise the abortion law, one of the organisers said.

    ETS vote today is Malcolm's test

    IT'S make or break day for Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull, who's determined to walk away from a Coalition meeting today with a set of emission trading policies he can take to the Government.

    17,000 'Red Shirts' rally for Thaksin

    THAKSIN Shinawatra said the Thai government fears his return, as about 17,000 of his "Red Shirt" supporters seeking a royal pardon for the fugitive former prime minister rallied in Bangkok.

    Huge crowds for Gately's funeral

    HUNDREDS of fans gathered in Dublin for the funeral of Boyzone star Stephen Gately, paying the singer an emotional farewell one week after his death at the age of 33 shocked the pop world.

    Jessica Watson to set sail today

    AFTER a good night's sleep, and weeks of delays and mishaps, teenage adventurer Jessica Watson will sail through Sydney Heads in an effort to make history.

    Hurricane Rick now 'extremely dangerous'

    HURRICANE Rick has strengthened to an "extremely dangerous" Category Four storm in the Pacific Ocean, the US National Hurricane Centre says.


    Another earthquake off Samoa

    A 5.9-MAGNITUDE earthquake hit off Samoa in the South Pacific, seismologists said, but there was no tsunami warning and no immediate reports of damage or injuries.

    Navy on standby for asylum seekers

    THE Australian navy is on standby to assist in the rescue of two boats in distress and possibly loaded with asylum seekers off the Indonesian coast.

    Police: Scripts for cold and flu drugs

    NEW South Wales police want cold and flu drugs containing pseudoephedrine to become prescription-only medicines to crack down on production of the addictive drug known as ice.

    Hamas to reply on Palestinian unity deal

    THE Islamist movement Hamas is about to hand its response on to Egyptians mediating a Palestinian unity deal, a spokesman said without tipping his hand on what it would say.

    24 arrested at Caulfield Cup

    POLICE arrested 24 people and ejected 30 others from the Caulfield Cup, and reined in a pack of underage drinkers on one of the country's biggest race days.

    Texting driver in 28km pursuit

    A YOUNG motorist had a simple answer when police asked why he didn't pull over earlier during a 28km pursuit.

    Asylum seekers in danger on sinking ship

    HUNDREDS of asylum seekers believed to be heading to Australia are reportedly in danger.

    We'll back amended ETS - Opposition

    THE Federal Opposition says it will support a prompt vote on the emissions trading scheme (ETS) if the Government accepts amendments that the coalition is expected to adopt on Sunday.

    Residents told to go as blaze threatens

    NEARLY 600 firefighters are battling 52 blazes in Queensland, with some emergency crews that have been out on the fire fronts for weeks in need of reinforcements.

    Flood-born disease kills 89

    MASSIVE floods brought by powerful storms have caused an outbreak of the deadly disease leptospirosis, which has claimed 89 lives in the Philippine capital alone, the health secretary said today.

    Homes saved from 'deliberately lit' fire

    HOUSES and properties have been saved from a deliberately lit bushfire burning near Broome in Western Australia.

    Lasers to be used to uncover truckie death

    POLICE armed with laser forensic technology will return tomorrow to the spot where Canberra truck driver Bob Knight was killed by a stray bullet fired during a car park shoot-out.

    Roadside bomb blast kills two

    A ROADSIDE bomb exploded alongside a Pakistani military convoy, killing two soldiers and wounding another four in the North Waziristan tribal region on Saturday, security officials said.

    Man dies after crashing into pole

    A MAN has died after crashing into a power pole in Silkstone, west of Brisbane, on thisafternoon.

    Illness ends asylum seekers hunger strike

    THE Sri Lankan asylum seekers holed up in a boat in Indonesia say they intend to end their two-day-old hunger strike and are considering stepping ashore.

    Men charged after shots fired in brawl

    FOUR men have been charged after a brawl in Sydney's southwest in which gunshots were fired and three police officers were bashed.

    Cyclist killed in hit-and-run

    POLICE are questioning a man after a cyclist was killed in a hit-and-run accident south of Wollongong in New South Wales.

    thers a few sad ones in there

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