US Top Gen. Says US Troops To Remain In Iraq

The top US. Commander Gen. Frank McKenzie on Friday said that the United States will keep the current 2,500 troops in Iraq for the foreseeable future. McKenzie warned that he expects increasing attacks on US and Iraqi personnel by Iranian-backed …

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CIA Chief Says No Evidence Yet That Iran Plans to Weaponize Nuclear Program

The US Central Intelligence Agency Director William Burns said that Washington has seen no evidence that Iran is weaponizing its nuclear program. Burns said during a conference organized by the Wall Street Journal, that the intelligence agency does not “see …

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US Installs Long Range Radar in Alaska for Missile Defense System

The U.S. Department of Defense’s Missile Defense Agency (MDA) today announced it had finished construction Long Range Discrimination Radar (LRDR) which would be reportedly used to defend the US from ballistic missile threats. “The Long Range Discrimination Radar has finished …

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Pakistan Condemns Yemeni Missile Attack on Saudi Arabia

The government of Pakistan strongly condemned the launch of ballistic missile by Yemen’s Huthis toward Riyadh, the capital city of Saudi Arabia that had been aimed against civilians and infrastructures. In a statement, Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry said that the successful …

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Russia, India Sign Military Cooperation Agreement

Russia and India have signed several agreements for military technical cooperation on Monday, Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh announced on Monday. “Attended the 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue with Russia in New Delhi. It was a great pleasure to discuss and exchange …

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Ukraine Wants US, UK, and Canadian Troops at Border With Russia

Ukrainian Defense Minister, Alexey Reznikov demanded the US, UK, and Canada deploy troops to be stationed at Ukraine’s borders with Russia in order to deter a military conflict with Moscow. Reznikov called on “the Anglo-Saxon allies” to provide assistance to …

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UAE Buys $20B in French Military Fighter and Helicopter Deal

The French President Macron and Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan on Friday signed the largest weapons deal worth $20 billion that includes 80 French-made Dassault Rafale fighter planes and 12 Caracal (Super Puma H225M) helicopters. …

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