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சண்டையில் பங்கேற்க தனிநபர்கள், லேசான [[உளவியல்]] பிரச்சனைகள் முதல் நிரந்தரமான காயங்கள் மற்றும் படுகாயம் அடையும் வாய்ப்புகளும் உண்டு. சண்டையில் உயிர் பிழைத்தவர்கள் வாழ்க்கை கொடுங்கனவுகளை கொண்டிருக்கும். அக்கனவுகள், அவர்கள் சந்தித்த சூழல், அல்லது காட்சிகள் அல்லது ஒலி அசாதாரண எதிர்விளைவுகளை பற்றியே இருக்கும். ஒரு சிலர் [[w:en:Flashback (psychology) | மனநல பாதிப்பிற்கும்]] ஆளாகின்றனர். அது மட்டுமின்றி, சமரில் பெரும்பாலும் [[காயம் | காயமடைவது]], [[ஊனம் | ஊனமுறுவது]], [[வடு]] ஏற்படுவது, உடல்ரீதியான செயல்பாடுகளை இழப்பு, கண்பார்வை மங்குதல், [[பக்கவாதம்]] அல்லது [[மரணம்]] அடைவது நிகழ்கிறது.
 
==21st century==
=== 2001 ===
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!Battle !!Date !!Description
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|[[Operation Essential Harvest]] ||August – November ||A terrorist group known as the National Liberation Army terrorise the town of Tetovo in present-day Republic of Macedonia. The Macedonian armies are later helped by NATO to disarm the National Liberation Army.
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|[[Battle of Mazar e Sharif|Battle of Mazar-e-Sharif]] ||9 November ||United States and Northern Alliance forces defeat Taliban forces in the city as part of the [[War in Afghanistan (2001–present)|U.S. Invasion of Afghanistan]].
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|[[Battle of Herat]] ||12 November ||Special Operations Forces of the United States and the [[ஈரான்]] assist the [[Afghan Northern Alliance]] in seizing [[Herat]] from the [[தாலிபான்]] amidst a coordinated insurrection and local uprising.
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|[[Fall of Kabul|Battle of Kabul]] || 13–14 November ||Northern Alliance and US forces attack Kabul and capture it from the Taliban.
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|[[Battle of Tarin Kowt]] || 13–14 November ||[[ஹமித் கர்சாய்]]'s Eastern Alliance together with US forces defend the town of Tarin Kowt from the Taliban.
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|[[Fall of Kandahar|Battle of Kandahar]] ||22 November – 7 December ||A force of local militia under Pashtun military commanders and their American advisers capture the last major city under Taliban control.
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|[[Battle of Qala-i-Jangi]] ||25 November – 1 December ||Northern Alliance fighters, assisted by British and American Special Forces, quell an uprising of foreign Taliban prisoners.
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|[[Battle of Tora Bora]] || 12–17 December ||Coalition and Northern Alliance forces besiege Al-Qaida forces. Presumably, [[உசாமா பின் லாதின்]] was present, but escaped.
|}
 
===2002===
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!Battle !!Date !!Description
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|[[Operation Anaconda]] || 1–19 March ||The largest land battle between US forces and Taliban militia ends in an unsuccessful US attempt to dislodge the Taliban from their mountain strongholds
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|[[Operation Defensive Shield]] ||29 March – 3 May ||[[இசுரேல்]]i operation in the [[மேற்குக் கரை]], aimed to halt Palestinian [[List of Palestinian militant groups suicide attacks|suicide bombings]] against civilians in Israel during the [[Second Intifada]], which results in extensive damage to terrorist infrastructure and an important decrease of Palestinian attacks:
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|[[Battle of Jenin]] || 3–11 April ||[[இசுரேல்]] defeats Palestinian militants in the city of [[Jenin]].
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|[[Siege of the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem|Battle of Bethlehem]] ||2 April – 10 May ||[[இசுரேல்]] occupies Bethlehem and tries to capture wanted Palestinian militants who are hiding in the Church of the Nativity.
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|[[Battle of Nablus]] || 5–8 April ||[[இசுரேல்]] defeats Palestinian militants in the city of [[Nablus]].
|}
 
===2003===
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!Battle !!Date !!Description
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|[[Battle of Nasiriyah]] || 23–29 March ||American armored and mechanized units force a crossing over the [[புராத்து ஆறு]], despite stiff resistance from the [[ஈராக்]]is.
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|[[ஈராக் மீதான படையெடுப்பு, 2003#Opening attack|Battle of Najaf]] ||26 March – 3 April ||The American 327th Infantry Regiment defeats the [[Iraqis]] and takes the city, allowing them to protect vital supply lines for [[Coalition]] forces.
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|[[ஈராக் மீதான படையெடுப்பு, 2003#Opening attack|Battle of Karbala]] || 27 & 28 March ||The American 3rd Infantry Division defeats [[ஈராக்]]'s elite [[Republican Guard (Iraq)|Republican Guard]], resulting in 200 [[ஈராக்]]i casualties.
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|[[2003 invasion of Baghdad|Battle of Baghdad]] || 3–12 April ||American forces capture the Iraqi capital from Saddam Hussein's forces, causing the downfall of his government.
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|[[ஈராக் மீதான படையெடுப்பு, 2003#Opening attack|Battle of Basra]] ||6 April ||British forces manage to secure the city after a month of some of the fiercest fighting since the outbreak of the war.
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|[[Battle of Debecka Pass]] ||6 April ||The US forces capture a major crossroad near the village of Debecka in Iraq.
|}
 
===2004===
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!Battle !!Date !!Description
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|[[Battle of Wana]] || 16–23 March ||Part of the [[Waziristan War]], Pakistani army takes over Taliban positions.
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|[[First Battle of Fallujah]] ||4 April – 1 May ||Also called Operation Vigilant Resolve; US forces attempt to retake [[Fallujah]] from the control of [[Iraqi insurgency]], resulting a ceasefire and American withdrawal.
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|[[Iraqi Insurgency#Moqtada al-Sadr|Battle of Najaf]] ||5 April – August ||Fighting breaks out in a cemetery near the [[Imam Ali Mosque]] in [[Najaf]] between United States forces and the [[Mahdi Army]] of [[Muqtada al-Sadr]].
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|[[Operation Rainbow]] || 18–23 May ||Successful Israeli military operation against [[ஹமாஸ்]], [[Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine|Islamic Jihad]] and the [[பாலிமரேசு தொடர் வினை]].
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|[[Operation Days of Penitence]] ||30 September – 16 October ||Israeli offensive launched into the northern [[காசா கரை]]. Israel claims victory after stating its goal of preventing [[Palestinian political violence|Palestinian militants]] from firing [[Qassam rocket]]s into [[Israeli settlement]]s in Gaza and at the town of [[Sderot]].
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|[[Second Battle of Fallujah]] ||7 November – 23 December ||Also known as Operation Phantom Fury and Operation ''al-Fajr''; Coalition forces recapture rebel-held [[Fallujah]] in the largest post-invasion clash so far in the war.
|}
 
===2005===
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!Battle !!Date !!Description
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|[[Operation Matador (Iraq)|Battle of Al Qaim]] || 8–19 May ||Military offensive conducted by the United States Marine Corps, against insurgent positions in Iraq's northwestern Anbar province, ending with US tactical victory.
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|[[October 2005 Nalchik attack|Battle of Nalchik]] ||13 October ||The [[Yarmuk Jamaat]] take on [[Nalchik]], [[கபர்தினோ-பல்கரீயா]] in Russia. They are defeated by Russian security forces.
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|[[Second Battle of Adre]] ||18 December ||[[Rally for Democracy and Liberty]] attack the government garrison at Adre, Chad. The garrison had been forewarned, and defeats their attackers, taking few casualties.
|}
 
===2006===
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!Battle !!Date !!Description
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|[[Battle of N'Djamena (2006)|Battle of N'Djamena]] ||13 April ||The Chadian rebel group [[United Front for Democratic Change]] attacks the capital city of [[சாட்]]. The rebels are forced to retreat by the [[Military of Chad]]. Chad breaks off relations with [[சூடான்]] as a result.
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|[[Second Battle of Mogadishu]] ||7 May – 11 July ||Militia loyal to the [[Islamic court union]] defeats the [[Alliance for the Restoration of Peace and Counter-Terrorism]] and takes control of the [[சோமாலியா|Somali]] capital [[மொகடிசு]].
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|[[Operation Mountain Thrust]] ||15 May- 31 July ||The largest offensive against the [[தாலிபான்]] since 2001 is launched by Coalition forces.
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|[[Operation Together Forward]] ||14 June – 24 October ||The Coalition is unsuccessful in succuring Baghdad and reducing violence.
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|[[Operation Summer Rains]] ||Since 28 June ||Israel enters the [[காசா கரை]] searching for soldier [[கிலாத் ஷாலித்]], who was abducted in a raid.
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|[[Zar'it-Shtula incident]] ||12 July ||A cross-border [[ஹிஸ்புல்லா]] raid captures two Israeli soldiers. Israeli troops enters [[லெபனான்]] in an unsuccessful attempt to get them back. This ignites the [[2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict]].
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|[[Battle of Habbaniyah]] ||15 July – December ||U.S. Marines of the Third Battalion, Second Marine Division, sweep through urban sprawl between [[Ramadi]] and [[Fallujah]] in a series of operations (i.e. Operations Rubicon and Sidewinder), disrupting flow of [[அல் காயிதா]] into both cities, and killng and capturing over 300 insurgents. Action centered around Kilo Company, nicknamed "Voodoo", in the town of [[Husaybah]], on the outskirts of Ramadi, killing 20+ insurgents and capturing/wounding 137, while losing only 4 Marines KIA, 17 WIA. The battalion lost 14 Marines KIA, 50+ WIA.
|-
|[[Battle of Bint Jbail]] ||24 July – 11 August ||Israel retreats after attempting to take the town of [[Bint Jbail]] in Lebanon, regarding it as a "Hezbollah stronghold".
|-
|[[Battle of Ayta ash-Shab]] ||31 July – 11 August ||Israel engages in a firefight with Hezbollas in the Lebanese town of [[Ayta ash-Shab]].
|-
|[[Operation Sharp and Smooth]] || 1 & 2 August ||An Israeli airborne operation captures five Lebenese civilians and kills what it claims to be Hezbolla members.
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|[[2006 Tyre raid]] ||4 August||Israel successfully raids Tyre to attack Hezbollah members based there.
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|[[2006 Litani offensive]] || 11–14 August ||Israel launches the final offensive in the [[2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict]] to clear [[Southern Lebanon]] of as many Hezbolla militants as possible before the ceasefire takes effect. The battle and war end with [[United Nations Security Council Resolution 1701]].
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|[[Operation Medusa]] || 2–17 September ||Coalition troops attacks the [[Taliban insurgency]], securing a tactical victory.
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|[[Operation Mountain Fury]] ||09/16/06 – 01/15/07 ||Coalition forces launch a successful follow up to Operation Medusa in an attempt to clear eastern Afghanistan of the Taliban.
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|[[Battle of Baidoa]] || 20–26 December ||[[Islamic Courts Union|ICU]] militia battle the Somali [[Transitional Federal Government]]. [[எதியோப்பியா]]n and [[TFG]] troops successfully defend and counterattack against the ICU taking the ICU base cities of [[Dinsoor]] and [[Bur Hakaba]].
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|[[Battle of Bandiradley]] || 23–25 December ||[[எதியோப்பியா]]n/[[புன்ட்லாந்து]] offensive in [[Bandiradley]], [[சோமாலியா]] pushes the [[Islamic Courts Union|Islamic Courts]] out of the city and opens up a northern front in the [[Somali Civil War]].
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|[[Battle of Beledweyne (2006)|Battle of Beledweyne]] || 24–25 December ||[[எதியோப்பியா]]n offensive towards the city of [[Jowhar]] overruns the [[Islamic Courts Union|Islamic Courts]] stronghold of [[Beledweyne]] during the [[Somali Civil War]].
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|[[Battle of Jowhar]] ||27 December ||[[எதியோப்பியா]]n/[[TFG]] armoured offensive hits the ICU stronghold of [[Jowhar]], forcing the Islamists to pull back, and bringing the Ethiopians/Government troops within 90 km of [[மொகடிசு]]. The battle also effectively flanked and threatened to cut off ICU forces still in the Bay region.
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| ||28 December || [[எதியோப்பியா]] captures [[fall of Mogadishu|Mogadishu]].
|}
 
===2007===
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!Battle !!Date !!Description
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|[[Battle of Ras Kamboni]] || 5–12 January ||The [[Transitional Federal Government]] of Somalia, in coalition with Ethiopia and the US, defeats the [[Islamic Courts Union]].
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|[[Battle of Najaf (2007)]]|| 28–29 January||Iraqi and Coalition forces defeat the [[Soldiers of Heaven]] cult.
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|[[Operation Law and Order]] ||14 February – 24 November ||US troops successfully battle Iraqi insurgents to restore law and order in [[பக்தாத்]].
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|[[Battle of Mogadishu (March–April 2007)|Battle of Mogadishu]] ||21 March – 26 April|| Ethiopian, Somalian and Ugandan forces battle the [[Harakat al-Shabaab al-Mujahideen|Popular Resistance Movement]] indecisively.
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|[[Operation Achilles]] || 6–30 May ||Tactically successful Coalition operation in [[ஆப்கானித்தான்]] to clear the [[Helmand Province]] of [[தாலிபான்]] terrorists.
|-
|[[Battle of Nahr el-Bared]] ||20 May – 7 September ||Armed conflict after [[Fatah al-Islam]], an Islamist militant organization, lays siege to the refugee camp of [[Nahr al-Bared]] for Palestinians in [[லெபனான்]].
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|[[Battle of Gaza (2007)]] || 7–15 June ||Hamas defeats the Fatah, and takes over the Gaza Strip.
|-
|[[Battle of Chora]] || 15–19 June ||Coalition forces capture Chora District in Oruzgan Province from the Taliban.
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|[[Battle of Musa Qala]] || 7–12 December ||ISAF and Afghan forces capture Musa Qala District in Helmand Province from the Taliban.
|-
|[[Battle of Thoppigala]] ||25 April – 11 June ||Sri Lanka Army captures Toppigala Jungle in Estern Province from the LTTE.
|}
 
===2008===
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!Battle !!Date !!Description
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|[[Battle of the Forward Defence Lines]] ||2 January – 24 November ||Victorious 2008 SLA Northern Offensive in Sri Lanka
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|[[Battle of N'Djamena (2008)|Battle of N'Djamena]] || 2–4 February ||Forces loyal to the President of Chad defeat a rebellion.
|-
|[[Operation Hot Winter]] ||29 February – 3 March ||[[இசுரேலிய பாதுகாப்புப் படைகள்]] campaign in the [[காசா கரை]] in response to [[Qassam rocket]]s fired by [[ஹமாஸ்]].
|-
|[[2008 Mardakert skirmishes]] ||4 March ||Skirmishes between the unrecognized [[Nagorno-Karabakh Republic]] and [[அசர்பைஜான்]], victory undecided.
|-
|[[Battle of Basra (2008)|Battle of Basra]] || 25–31 March ||[[Iraqi Army]] attempt to clear the city of Basra from [[Mahdi Army]] militiamen is successful and the Maliki government forces them to cease activities.
|-
|[[2008 attack on Omdurman and Khartoum]] || 10–12 May ||The [[தார்பூர்]] rebel group [[Justice and Equality Movement]] attack the Sudanese cities of [[Omdurman]] and [[கர்த்தூம்]] unsuccessfully.
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|[[2008 Djiboutian-Eritrean border conflict]] || 10–13 June ||Minor skirmishes between [[சீபூத்தீ]] and [[எரித்திரியா]], ending in victory of Djibouti forces.
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|[[Battle of Arghandab]] || 18 and 19 June ||NATO led forces launch a successful offensive to clear the Taliban out of Arghandab district and from nearby Kandahar.
|-
|[[Battle of Wanat]] ||13 July ||Significant American casualties among the defending paratroopers leads to American withdrawal following [[தாலிபான்]] early morning attack.
|-
|[[Battle of Tskhinvali]] || 8–10 August ||[[சியார்சியா (நாடு)|Georgian]]s attack the [[தெற்கு ஒசேத்தியா]] city of [[திஸ்கின்வாலி]] ending in withdrawal by the Georgians.
|-
|[[Battle of the Kodori Gorge]] || 9–12 August ||[[சியார்சியா (நாடு)|Georgian]] civilians flee their homes in Upper Abkhazia. Georgian military engages [[Military of Abkhazia|Abkhazian military]] forces unsuccessfully.
|-
|[[Battle of Goma]] ||25 October ||Part of the ongoing 2008 Nord-Kivu war in the [[காங்கோ மக்களாட்சிக் குடியரசு]].
|-
|[[Operation Cast Lead]] ||27 December – 18 January ||Israel launches an air and ground operation to stop [[ஹமாஸ்]] from launching of Qassam and [[BM-21|Grad]] rockets from the Gaza Strip.
|}
 
===2009===
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!Battle !!Date !!Description
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|[[2009 முல்லைத்தீவுப் போர்|Battle of Mullaitivu]] || 2–25 January ||The Sri Lankan army defeats the Tamil Tigers in a battle over the town of [[முல்லைத்தீவு]].
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|[[Battle of Chalai]] || 2–6 February ||Sri Lankan Army battles Tamil Tigers to capture one of the last Sea Tiger naval bases.
|-
|[[Battle of Alasay]] || 14–23 March ||Codename Operation Dinner Out – French and Afghan troops defeat Taliban insurgents in the Alasay Valley.
|-
|[[First and Second Battles of Kakarak]] ||16 March – 12 April ||Two battles of Australian forces against Taliban insurgents, both victorious.
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|[[Battle of Aanandapuram]] ||29 March – 5 April || Decisive victory of the Sri Lanka military against the [[தமிழீழ விடுதலைப் புலிகள்]].
|-
|[[Battle of Am Dam]] || 7 and 8 May ||The Chadian Army defeats [[Union of Forces for the Resistance|UFR]] rebels.
|-
|[[Second Battle of Swat]] ||16 May – 15 July ||The [[Pakistani Army]] retakes the town of Mingora from the [[தாலிபான்]], killing many leaders.
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|[[Battle of Dahaneh]] || 12–15 August || US, UK and Afghan troops capture the city from Taliban insurgents.
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|[[Battle of Kamdesh]] ||3 October || Taliban insurgents attack a US Combat Outpost. They are repulsed, but the outpost is abandoned due to damage.
|-
|[[Battle of Daecheong]] ||10 November || Clash between South and North Korean naval troops at the [[Northern Limit Line]], ending in a victory for the South.
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|[[Operation Cobra's Anger]] || 4–7 December ||Successful US-led offensive in Helmand province in southern Afghanistan.
|}
 
===2010===
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!Battle !!Date !!Description
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|[[Operation Moshtarak]] ||13 February – 7 December ||[[ISAF]] pacification offensive in the area that is described as the "poppy-growing belt" of Helmand Province in southern Afghanistan.
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|[[Battle of Mogadishu (2010)|Battle of Mogadishu]] ||10 March – 18 April ||The eighth recognised battle over [[மொகடிசு]] since [[Battle of Mogadishu (1993)|1993]].
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|[[Battle of Derapet]] ||24 August ||A combined [[Australian Army]] and [[Afghan National Army]] patrol defeats Taliban forces.
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|[[Operation Bulldog Bite]] ||12 November ||Joint U.S. and Afghan counter-insurgent mission in Kunar province, Afghanistan, against Taliban forces.
|}
 
===2011===
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!Battle !!Date !!Description
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|[[Operation Dawn of Gulf of Aden]] ||16–21 January ||The [[South Korean Navy]] rescues the crew of the hijacked ''[[Samho Jewelry]]'', killing eight [[Somali pirates]].
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|[[First Battle of Benghazi]] ||17–20 February ||Libyan rebel forces free the city from Col. Gaddafi's rule – First battle of the [[2011 லிபிய உள்நாட்டுப் போர்]].
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|[[Battle of Misrata]] || 18 February – 15 May || After Months of intense fighting, the rebels take full control of the city, supported by NATO aircraft.
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|[[First Battle of Zawiya]] || 24 February – 10 March || The city is retaken by Libyan elite soldiers, one of the rebels' commanders is killed.
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|[[First Battle of Brega]] || 2 March || pro-Gaddafi troops fail to retake the city from rebel forces.
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|[[Battle of Ra's Lanuf]] || 4–12 March || After initial success by the rebel forces, the city is retaken by government troops.
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|[[Battle of Bin Jawad]] || 6 March || Gaddafi forces retake the city – the initial Rebel offensive westwards is halted.
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|[[Second Battle of Brega]] || 13–15 March || The city is retaken by Gaddafi forces after the defeats at Ra's Lanuf and Bin Jawad.
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|[[Battle of Ajdabiya]] || 15–26 March || Initial success by government troops is halted and they are pushed back by rebels, under fire from NATO aircraft.
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|[[Second Battle of Benghazi]] || 19–20 March || Loyalist forces fail to recapture Benghazi from the now UN-backed rebels.
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|[[Third Battle of Brega]] || 31 March – 7 April || A rebel advance on Brega is repelled with heavy artillery, Pro-Gaddafi forces march on Ajdabiya.
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|[[Battle of Brega-Ajdabiya road]] ||8 April – 13 July || Advances on Brega and Ajdabiya by the opposing forces lead to a stagnant frontline in-between the two cities.
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|[[Battle of Kandahar (2011)|Battle of Kandahar]] ||7–9 May || The city is besieged by Taliban insurgents, Afghan Police Forces are able to fend them off.
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|[[Battle of Sana'a (2011)|Battle of Sana'a]] ||23 May – 7 June || Hashid tribal forces under Sheikh [[Sadiq al-Ahmar]] fight Army troops loyal to president [[அலி அப்துல்லாஹ் சாலிஹ்|Saleh]], resulting in a cease-fire.
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|[[Battle of Do Ab]] ||25 May || US and Afghan government troops are ambushed by [[தாலிபான்]] insurgents and kill most of the attackers.
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|[[Fourth Battle of Brega]] || 14 July – 22 August || After initial victories of pro-Gaddafi forces, rebels take the city in late August.
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|[[Second Battle of Zawiya]] || 13–20 August || Rebel forces capture Zawiya and advance on Tripoli.
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|[[Battle of Tripoli (2011)]] || 20–28 August || Tripoli is captured by rebel forces, Gaddafi government collapses.
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|[[Battle of Bani Walid]] || 8 September – 17 October || Initially, [[pro-Gaddafi forces]] fend off [[anti-Gaddafi forces]] but on 9 October anti-Gaddafi forces launch a new offensive against the defenders, taking the city by 17 October.
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|[[Battle of Sirte (2011)]] || 15 September – 20 October || [[National Liberation Army (Libya)|National Liberation Army]] soldiers attack the last capital of the [[Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya]] and take it on 20 October. Colonel [[முஅம்மர் அல் கதாஃபி]] also dies this day.
|}
 
 
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