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Lockheed Martin is offering a new fighter jet for an Indian air force requirement, reports Reuters. The F-21 would be configured to the needs of the Indian air force and contain technologies from the F-22 Raptor and F-35 Lightning II stealth jets, the firm…
A Chinese military research institute is increasing its efforts on ways to bolster combat readiness, reports the South China Morning Post.  The Systems Engineering Institute, which is part of the Academy of Military Science, is tasking researchers…
The U.S. government is mulling a liaison office in North Korea, reports the Wall Street Journal.  The plan would allow North Korea to establish a similar office in the U.S., said a Trump administration official.  The offer is one of many proposals…
South African defense firm Paramount Group says it expects to sign agreements with four African nations this year to set up defense equipment production facilities, reports Reuters.  The deals are likely to involve the company acting as a majority…
Three Egyptian police officers have been killed and two injured in a suicide bombing in Cairo, reports the Egypt Independent.  On Monday, police identified the attacker and pursued him outside Al-Azhar Mosque, said a police spokesman quoted by Ahram…
President Donald Trump has again called on Venezuelan military officers to back the country's self-declared interim president, Juan Guaido, reports CNN.  In a speech in Miami, Fla., on Monday, Trump said that officers who continue to support Maduro "are…
The Yemeni government and Houthi rebels have agreed to a plan to withdraw from the vital port of Hodeidah, reports Agence France-Presse.  Following two days of talks, representatives from both sides finalized a deal for the first phase and agreed in…
A Russian military presentation about a controversial cruise missile had little to do with the actual weapon, according to a U.S. intelligence briefing cited by the Daily Beast (U.S.).  During a Jan. 23 press conference, Russian officials presented what…
The government was responsible for about 98 percent of the hundreds of documented chemical attacks in Syria since 2012, according to a new study by the Global Public Policy Institute in Berlin cited by NPR News.  Released on Sunday, "Nowhere to Hide: The…
The United States has blocked U.N. efforts to revitalize civil aviation in North Korea, reports Reuters.  The U.N. International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has been working with Pyongyang to open air routes through North and South Korean…
The Iranian navy has commissioned into service a domestically-produced submarine that it claims is capable of launching cruise missiles, reports the semi-official Mehr News Agency (Tehran).  President Hassan Rouhani inaugurated the Fateh submarine…
Open-source researchers have identified a third suspect in the attempted assassination of a former Russian spy last March, reports Sky News (U.K.). Researchers from the open-source intelligence platform Bellingcat identified Denis Sergeev, a senior member of…
The Naval Sea Systems Command has awarded Boeing, Huntington Beach, Calif., a contract for extra-large unmanned undersea vehicles (XLUUVs), reports the Dept. of Defense. The $43 million contract covers four Orca XLUUVs and associated support elements, said a…
The Navy is about to commission its newest Independence-class littoral combat ship (LCS), reports the Dept. of Defense. The Tulsa will formally enter service during a Saturday ceremony in San Francisco, the department said on Wednesday.  The Tulsa is…
Some of Taiwan's most closely-guarded military sites have been revealed in detail by Google Maps, reports the South China Morning Post. On Friday, Defense Minister Yen Te-fa called for calm after the military sites appeared in a new extension of the mapping…
Vice President Mike Pence has called on European nations to withdraw from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, reports Agence France-Presse.  During a conference in Warsaw on Thursday, Pence criticized a new initiative launched by France, Germany and the U.K.…
At least 30 members of India's largest paramilitary service have been killed in a car bombing in India-administered Kashmir, reports India Today.  On Thursday, a car rigged with explosives rammed into a bus carrying around 45 Central Reserve Police Force (…
Saudi Arabia has been added to a European Union blacklist of countries that fall short in combating money laundering and terror financing, reports Reuters.  On Wednesday, the European Commission voted to add the Bahamas, Botswana, Ghana, Libya, Panama…
An Air Force veteran and former intelligence officer has been charged with spying for Iran, reports the Stars and Stripes.  Prosecutors unsealed federal espionage charges against Monica Elfriede Witt on Tuesday.  Witt, 39, passed classified…
Twenty-seven members of Iran's elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) were killed in a suicide bombing in the southeastern Sistan-Baluchestan province, reports Al Jazeera (Qatar). On Wednesday, a bus carrying IRGC troops was returning from the border…
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