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The Japanese government has decided to end local assembly of F-35 fighter jets purchased form the U.S., reports Defense News.  The aircraft to be acquired under the fiscal 2019 contract will be delivered in fly-away condition, said a spokesman for the…
The Burmese army says it has killed 13 rebels during operations in the western Rakhine state, reports Reuters.  Between Jan. 5 and Jan. 16, 13 rebels were killed in eight clashes, said Maj. Gen. Tun Tun Nyi. There were also at least five land mine…
Singapore has identified the F-35 fighter jet as the best choice to replace its aging F-16s, reports the Straits Times (Singapore).  The next-generation fighter jet was chosen after an evaluation by the Defense Science and Technology Agency and air force,…
At least 21 people have been killed in a car bombing at Colombia's main police academy in Bogota, reports Reuters.  On Thursday, a car broke through checkpoints surrounding the General Santander School and exploded. The Nissan Patrol SUV was carrying 176…
French President Emmanuel Macron says France will remain militarily engaged in the Middle East regardless of the U.S. withdrawal from Syria, reports Agence France-Presse.  France's priority remains eliminating ISIS, Macron said on Thursday at an army base…
The Missile Defense Review that President Donald Trump ordered in 2017 is set to be unveiled Thursday at the Pentagon, reports Defense News.  The review highlights new technologies and emerging threats, including hypersonic missiles, said a senior…
At least six people have been killed and 38 injured in fighting between rival militias near the Libyan capital, Tripoli, reports the Libya Herald.  On Tuesday, fighting broke out between the Tripoli Protection Force (TPF), which is aligned with the U.N…
The Taiwanese military has launched its first live-fire drills of the year as tensions grow with Beijing, reports CNN. The training that began on Friday focused on defending the island against a simulated amphibious invasion near Taichung on Taiwan's western…
Ethiopian security forces have arrested 835 armed members of the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF), reports the state Fana Broadcasting Corp. The fighters were arrested in western Oromia, near the border with Benishangul Gumuz state, the military command…
The Austrian government has approved the potential purchase of 15 additional helicopters for the armed forces, reports Flight Global. Vienna has allocated more than US$343 million (300 million euros) to acquire 12 multirole helicopters to replace 21 aging…
India's indigenous Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) recently completed air-to-air missile trials, reports the Print (New Delhi).  During tests earlier this month, the LCH successfully fired Mistral air-to-air missiles at an aerial target, destroying it,…
An internal review of a deadly destroyer collision in June 2017 has revealed that the ship suffered from a number of problems that contributed to the accident, reports the Navy Times. The dual-purpose investigation, which was obtained by the newspaper, was…
The U.S. Marine Corps has chosen Raytheon to supply new radars for its fleet of F/A-18C/D Hornet fighter jets, reports the defense firm.  The deal cover AN/APG-79(v)4 radars, a scaled version of the APG-79 active electronically scanned array radar, which is…
The Chinese government has expressed its opposition to foreign companies taking part in Taiwan’s submarine development project, reports Xinhua, China’s state-run news agency. Beijing called on the U.S., Europe, Japan and India to adhere to the one-China…
Soldiers have been deployed across Zimbabwe following deadly clashes between security forces and protesters, reports BBC News.  Shops in the capital, Harare, remained closed on Wednesday as the demonstrations against rising fuel prices entered their…
The governments of Tajikistan and Iran have agreed to strengthen counterterrorism cooperation, reports the Mehr News Agency (Tehran). On Monday, Jalil Rahimi Jahanabadi, a member of the Iran-Tajikistan Parliamentary Friendship Group, met in Tehran with…
The French Armed Forces Ministry says its new missile a moyenne portee (MMP) medium-range missile has been used in combat operations for the first time, reports defense-aerospace.com. The MMP missile was employed by the Picardie Battle Group during an…
The German Cabinet has approved a deal with France designed to unify arms export rules on cooperative programs, reports Defense News. The Aachener Vertrag pact is expected to be signed by French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel…
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he has reached an agreement with U.S. President Donald Trump to establish a 20-mile (32-km) secure zone along the Turkish-Syrian border, reports Al Jazeera (Qatar).  During a phone call the previous day, the…
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…