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France, Germany and the U.K. have registered a special channel that will allow them to do business with Iran despite U.S. sanctions, reports Deutsche Welle.  The three countries will establish a "Special Purpose Vehicle" for European firms to do…
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has decided to expel international observers from the Palestinian city of Hebron in the West Bank, reports the Jerusalem Post. Israel will no longer support the presence of the Temporary International Presence in…
Russia secretly offered North Korea a nuclear reactor in a bid to revive deadlocked negotiations over Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program, reports the Washington Post.  Last fall, Russian officials offered to construct a nuclear power plant if…
At least nine people have been killed in an attack in southwestern Pakistan, reports Samaa Digital (Pakistan). On Tuesday, three militants entered a police compound in the Loralai district in Baluchistan province during a test as part of the recruiting of…
The U.S. Dept. of Defense is developing land-based supply routes from its main base at Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti to several military camps across eastern Africa, reports Foreign Policy. The first part of the trail will link Camp Lemonnier to Camp Baledogle…
At least seven people have been killed in an explosion in the southwestern Yemeni port city of Al Mokha, reports Agence France-Presse. On Tuesday, an improvised explosive device (IED) was set off on a motorcycle in the middle of a market. At least 20 people…
The National Nuclear Security Agency (NNSA) has launched production of a new, low-yield nuclear warhead, reports Defense News. Initial production of the upgraded W76-2 warhead has begun at the Pantax Plant in Texas, the NNSA announced on Monday.  The W76-2…
Japanese and Philippine officials are in talks regarding potential joint naval drills, reports ABS-CBN News (Philippines). Both nations are looking to take their bilateral relations "to the next level," a Philippine naval spokesman said on Tuesday. The…
The U.S. has imposed sanctions on Venezuela's state oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), reports the Treasury Dept.  The measures block about US$7 billion in assets and could result in US$11 billion in losses over the next year, National…
Four soldiers and 10 civilians have been killed in separate attacks in northern Burkina Faso, reports Reuters. On Sunday, unidentified gunmen opened fire on civilians traveling to a market in the village of Sikire, not far from the border with Mali, killing…
The Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist group has claimed responsibility for twin bombings at a cathedral in the southern Philippines that killed at least 20 people, reports CNN.  On Sunday, two explosive devices detonated at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount…
The top military representative of Venezuela in Washington has defected as President Nicolas Maduro continues to assert his control over the military, reports the Wall Street Journal.  On Saturday, Col. Jose Luis Silva called on other military officers…
An individual reconnaissance system for Russian troops is undergoing factory testing, reports Russia's Tass news agency.  The Glaz system has already been experimented with by Russia troops in Syria, a defense industry source said on Sunday.  The…
At least two civilians have been killed and 15 injured after protesters stormed a Turkish military base in Iraqi Kurdistan, reports Rudaw (Iraqi Kurdistan).  On Saturday, demonstrators gathered outside the facility near Sirye in Duhok province before setting…
Representatives from the Libyan government based in Tobruk in the eastern part of the country have arrived in the southern city of Sabha, reports Reuters. The delegation, including interior, health and junior justice ministers, flew into the city for a…
A member of the Sudanese National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) has been killed in a clash with troops in the eastern part of the country, reports Agenzia Nova (Italy). Fighting erupted between the two groups on Wednesday night in Port Sudan on…
Saudi Arabia is believed to have built its first ballistic missile factory, according to satellite imagery cited by the Washington Post.  Photos of a site in Al Watah, southwest of the capital, Riyadh, show a rocket-engine production and test facility,…
The Singaporean army has implemented a training standdown after a reservist was killed in an accident in New Zealand, reports the New Straits Times (Singapore).  The pace of training will be slowed while the service conducts a review of training and…
The Philippines will acquire a new air defense system from Israel, reports the official Philippine News Agency.  The Dept. of National Defense will purchase the Surface-to-air Python and Derby (SPYDER) mobile air defense system from Israeli firm Rafael,…
Leaders in the Venezuelan military are maintaining public support for President Nicolas Maduro after the U.S. and other regional leaders said they recognized opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country's legitimate president, reports the Wall Street Journal…