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South Korea will take delivery of its first two F-35 fighter jets in Seoul in March, reports the South China Morning Post.  The jets will be made available for combat operations in April or May, a South Korean military official said on Sunday.  Additional F…
Pakistani police have arrested Hafez Mohibullah, a senior member of the Afghan Taliban, reports BBC News.  Mohibullah, who served as religious affairs minister during the rule of the Taliban, was detained in Peshawar, sources said Tuesday. He has…
The National Security Council last year asked the Pentagon to draw up plans for potential strikes against Iran, reports the Wall Street Journal. The request came after militants launched a mortar attack on Sept. 6 on Baghdad's Green Zone, which houses…
The head of Venezuela's opposition-controlled Parliament has been released following a brief detention, reports BBC News.  On Sunday, Juan Guaido was stopped by intelligence agents north of Caracas while traveling to a rally in Caraballeda on the coast…
The Chinese military has deployed DF-26 anti-ship ballistic missiles to northwest China following a U.S. freedom of navigation operation in the South China Sea, reports the South China Morning Post. Seven trucks carrying DF-26 missiles arrived in the area…
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel was behind a weekend strike near a Syrian airport, which housed Iranian weapons, reports the Times of Israel.  In a rare acknowledgement, Netanyahu said on Sunday that Israeli jets targeted an Iranian arms…
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the U.S. will hold an international summit next month focused on Iran's destabilizing activities in the Middle East, reports Fox News.  The summit, scheduled for Feb. 13-14 in Poland, will bring together…
The Israeli Defense Ministry has announced that it will not be able to complete a planned sale of 12 F-16 fighter jets to Croatia, reports the Jerusalem Post.  Israel was unable to get Washington's permission to transfer the U.S.-made fighters, which were…
The Chinese military has finished testing its new S-400 air defense systems procured from Russia, reports Russia's Tass news agency.  The second and final test-firing of the system occurred in late December, a diplomatic source said on Thursday.  During the…
Ethiopian prosecutors have charged the former head of a military-run industrial firm with corruption, reports the New Business Ethiopia.  On Thursday, prosecutors charged Maj. Gen. Kinfe Dagnew with four counts of corruption.  Dagnew, the former…
A key commander is among 25 Taliban militants killed in fighting with Afghan security forces in the northern Balkh province, reports the Tolo News (Afghanistan).  Mawlawi Badr was killed after battling security forces in the Chahar Bolak district, a police…
Rescuers are searching for two crewmembers after a French Mirage 2000D fighter jet went down in the eastern Jura department, reports the Local (Paris).  The plane disappeared from radar during a low-altitude training flight on Wednesday, officials said…
Chinese President Xi Jinping supports a second meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, reports Xinhua, China's state news agency.  Xi said on Thursday that he hopes the two sides can meet each other halfway. …
Leonardo DRS has announced a contract for additional active protection systems (APS) for the U.S. Army and Marine Corps. The $80 million deal covers an undisclosed number of Rafael Trophy APS for M1 Abrams tanks, said a company release on Tuesday.  The…
The largest jihadist group in Syria has solidified its influence in a cease-fire with rival rebel groups, reports the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a U.K.-based watchdog group.  On Thursday, Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) reached an agreement with the…
Venezuelan military personnel say they and their families are increasingly targeted by the country's intelligence services, according to a new Human Rights Watch report.  The report released on Wednesday examines the cases of 32 people accused of…
The Peruvian army's Cyberdefense Command in Lima is fully operational, reports Dialogo, a digital magazine produced by the U.S. Southern Command. The command was formally stood up on Oct. 29, 2018, the magazine said on Monday. The command serves to protect…
A retired Marine general who was working to resolve the crisis between Qatar and some of its neighbors has resigned, reports CBS News. Anthony Zinni said he decided to resign after realizing that regional leaders were unwilling to discuss the matter or…
Plans to reduce the number of U.S. troops in Afghanistan are likely to fall short of the withdrawal initially demanded by President Trump, reports the Washington Post. Military officials have worked to convince Trump that a smaller, slower pullout better…
A former Israeli energy minister has plead guilty to spying for Iran, reports the Jerusalem Post. On Wednesday, Gonen Segev, who served as energy and infrastructure minister from 1995 to 1996, was convicted by the Jerusalem District Court of spying for Iran…