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Daily Defense News Capsules for 08/12/2022

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) identified Shahram Poursafi as the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) member behind a murder-for-hire plot against Trump administration-era U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton, reported Voice of America. U.S. Justice ...
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The U.S. House of Representatives is set to vote on the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) on Friday, a bill that will address climate change and prescription drug prices, reports Reuters. The US$ 430 billion bill is expected to receive Senate approval on Sunday. Legislation ...
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U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken continued his tour of Africa this week with a visit to Rwanda, reported the New Times (Rwanda). Speaking at a joint press briefing with Rwandan Minister of Foreign Affairs Vincent Biruta, Blinken said the United States supports regional ...
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In a meeting with the British Ambassador, Chile's foreign minister Antonia Urrejola outlined a long-term plan to adopt hydrogen-fueled energy, reported MercoPress (Uruguay). Additionally the two officials reviewed the United Kingdom’s recent delivery of two operational ...
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Ares Shipyard Unmanned Systems says it will soon be producing 50 ULAQ unmanned surface vessels (USV) per year, reports the Daily Sabah (Istanbul). The armored USV can operate via remote control as well as autonomously, and it is armed with a Koralp 12.7 mm stabilized ...
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Attacks on the Russian occupied nuclear power plant in Zaporizhzhia have led International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Rafael Grossi to call for an immediate inspection of the plant, reports CNN. Ten artillery shells landed near the complex on Thursday, ...
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On Thursday, the Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs announced the country would sanction Russians with Estonian-issued Schengen visas, report ed Baltic News Network. Over 53,000 Estonian short-term visas have been issues and over half will be affected. The visas ...
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The Nigerian Air Force killed 55 members of a criminal gang this week, reported Voice of America. The air force reported 28 members of a kidnapping-for-ransom gang killed on Tuesday and 27 bandits in northwest Katsina killed later in the week. Nigerian President Muhammadu ...
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