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At least seven members of U.S.-backed forces and 18 suspected terrorists have been killed in fighting to push ISIS from its last territorial holding in eastern Syria, reports the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a U.K.-based watchdog group.  On…
The U.S. Navy variant of the F-35 has achieved initial operational capability, reports the Navy NewsStand. Strike Fighter Squadron 147 (VFA-147) recently completed aircraft carrier qualifications aboard USS Carl Vinson, said a Navy release on Thursday.  To…
Afghan and U.S. forces have repelled a coordinated Taliban assault on a base in the southern Helmand province, reports Tolo News (Afghanistan).  On Friday, militants launched the assault on Camp Shorab, which houses the 215th Maiwand Corps, said the…
The U.S. Defense Dept. has proposed a plan that would see all foreign troops leave Afghanistan within five years as part of peace talks with the Taliban, reports the New York Times.  The proposal would halve the 14,0000-strong U.S. force currently in…
The U.S. government has offered a reward for information on the location of the youngest son of Al-Qaida founder Osama bin Laden, reports the State Dept. On Thursday, the department announced a $1 million reward for information leading to the whereabouts of…
At least 29 people have been killed and 80 injured in a complex assault in Mogadishu, reports the Shabelle Media Network (Mogadishu). On Thursday night, a suicide bomber set off a large car bomb in front of the Hotel Maka Al-Mukarama, destroying the facade…
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu has announced plans to establish a tank regiment and a coastal defense missile battalion in the Baltic region, reports Russia's Tass news agency.  The deployment is part of 142 new organizational changes to be…
The U.S. Navy has cancelled or delayed ship deployments over the last year due to personnel shortages and new readiness requirements put in place after a pair of deadly accidents in 2017, reports Military.com. The service canceled the deployment of the…
The Dept. of Defense is considering decommission one of its aircraft carriers decades ahead of schedule to free up funds for other priorities, reports Breaking Defense.  Under the plan, the USS Harry S. Truman would not receive its planned refueling and…
The summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in Vietnam has ended with no major breakthroughs, reports the Wall Street Journal.  Trump and Kim ended their meeting abruptly on Thursday without signing a planned…
Suspected militants have attacked an Ebola treatment center in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, reports Reuters.  Unknown gunmen opened fire on the center in Butembo on Wednesday, launching a gun battle with security forces, said the health…
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has rejected the resignation of his foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, reports the semi-official Fars news agency.  In a letter released on Wednesday, Rouhani praised the foreign minister and declined to accept his…
The Nigerian electoral body has declared incumbent Muhammadu Buhari the winner of presidential elections held over the weekend, reports the Vanguard (Nigeria).  Buhari won more than 15 million votes and 19 states, eliminating the need for a runoff…
The U.S. launched a cyber operation against a Russian cyber center focused on influencing Americans during the 2018 midterm elections, reports the Washington Post.  The operation took the Internet Research Agency offline on the day of voting and several…
The Spanish air force has accepted delivery of the first of 15 upgraded Tranche 1 Eurofighters, reports Airbus, the manufacturer. The single-seat aircraft was handed over after successfully completing the modernization developed by Spain’s Armament and…
The U.S. Army is shifting $31.5 billion from lower priority projects to its priority modernization and readiness programs, reports Breaking Defense.  Over the next five years, the service plans to spend $31.5 billion on its six primary focus areas…
U.S. officials and the Taliban have kicked off a fifth round of peace negotiations in Doha, reports the Voice of America News. The discussions, which began on Monday, are expected to cover the same two core issues: the withdrawal of foreign forces from…
Indian warplanes have struck militant training camps on Pakistani territory in response to a deadly suicide bombing in Kashmir earlier this month, reports the Hindustan Times.  On Tuesday, Indian air force Mirage 2000 jets dropped 1,000-pound (454-kg) laser-…
The U.S. Navy has accepted delivery of its latest Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, reports the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA). On Feb. 22, the Paul Ignatius (DDG-117), the 67th ship in the class, was formally handed over at the Huntington Ingalls shipyard…
Airstrikes are escalating in Syria's rebel-held northwest, says a war monitor cited by Reuters.  Thirteen strikes were observed in the Idlib and northern Hama provinces on Tuesday, analysts said. The pace of attacks is unusual and accelerating,…