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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,…
Eight U.N. peacekeepers have been killed in an attack in northern Mali, reports Agence France-Presse.  On Sunday, gunmen in several vehicles attacked the Aguelhok base, 125 miles (200 km) north of Kidal, a source from the United Nations Multidimensional…
Two Indian security personnel and three Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) militants have been killed in fighting in India-administered Kashmir, reports the Hindustan Times.  On Sunday, police, army and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel conducted a…
Opposition sources say that five people have been killed and 300 injured in ongoing confrontations between protesters and soldiers in Venezuela, reports CNN.  On Saturday, protesters attempted to escort trucks carrying humanitarian aid into…
A federal judge has ruled that a male-only draft violates the Constitution, reports the San Diego Union-Tribune.  Gray Miller of the Southern District of Texas issued his decision on Friday, siding with the petitioner.  Miller noted that the…
Protests in Sudan continued on Sunday after President Omar Bashir declared a state of emergency, reports the Sudan Tribune (Paris).  At least three people were shot on Sunday as security personnel used tear gas, batons and live rounds to disperse…
Airbus says it has completed certification flight-testing for an aerial refueling system for the A400M cargo aircraft. A total of nine flights were completed as part of the certification campaign in cooperation with the Spanish Air Force Test Center. Ninety…
Russia has strengthened its defenses at its new facility for the Caspian Flotilla in Dagestan, reports Russia's Tass news agency.  A battalion equipped with Bal coastal defense systems has been deployed to the base, Southern Military District commander Col.…
The Dept. of Defense has asked the Dept. of Homeland Security to provide more data on the use of potential military funds for President Trump's proposed expansion of the border fence on the southern border, reports the Military Times.  On Feb. 18, the…
The White House has decided to keep about 200 U.S. troops in Syria for an undisclosed period of time, reports the New York Times.  The move was announced after a phone call on Thursday between President Donald Trump and Turkish President Recep Tayyip…
Iran has begun an annual naval exercise in the strategic Strait of Hormuz and the Sea of Oman, reports the semi-official Mehr News Agency (Tehran).  The Velayat 97 drills began on Friday and will run for a week, including three days of at-sea operations. …
Hundreds of people have been evacuated from Baghouz, the last ISIS-held town in Syria, reports Agence France-Presse.  On Wednesday, at least 15 trucks brought civilians out of ISIS territory, said a spokesman for the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).…
Unknown bandits have reportedly attacked a village in Nigeria’s southeastern Benue state, reports the News Agency of Nigeria.   On Wednesday, suspected armed bandits attacked the community of Agatu, killing several people. The number of casualties was…
President Petro Poroshenko has called on the U.N. to take concrete steps to deploy a peacekeeping mission in Ukraine, reports Agence France-Presse.  A peacekeeping force could help bring the five-year-old war in Ukraine's eastern Donbass region to an…
The Chinese military has wrapped up one of its most ambitious exercises to date, reports the South China Morning Post.  The 34-day joint exercise, which began on Jan. 16, brought together units from the navy, air force and rocket forces in the South China…
A NATO red team was able to identify alliance troops taking part in an exercise using social media and manipulate some to behave in undesirable ways, reports the Military Times.  The researchers from NATO's Strategic Communications Center of Excellence…
The former chief of joint staff of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army has been sentenced to life in prison for corruption, reports the South China Morning Post, citing state media. On Wednesday, a military court convicted Gen. Fang Fenghui of giving and…
South Sudan has witnessed an upsurge of rape, killings and torture despite the passage of a major peace deal last year, according to a U.N. report cited by Reuters. Large-scale displacement, extrajudicial killings, fighting and mass rape have not ended since…
Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country will respond in kind if the U.S. deploys intermediate-range nuclear missiles in Europe, reports Russia's Tass news agency. Moscow will consider both tit-for-tat and asymmetric responses, Putin said on…
A federal court has agreed to postpone a lawsuit challenging the Pentagon's $10 billion JEDI cloud contract while the department conducts its own investigation into possible conflicts of interest, reports the Federal News Network. The court was previously…
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