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Chinese Navy Runs Anti-Aircraft Drills in South China Sea After B-52 Flyby © AFP 2018 / STR ASIA & PACIFIC

China’s People’s Liberation Army-Navy conducted anti-aircraft drills in the South China Sea on Friday, including shooting at dummy drone

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Pentagon Admits Russian Mi-17 Helicopters Often Superior to Black Hawks

While the US government would seem to be the last entity likely to declare Russian military equipment superior to

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Japan Mulls Global Fund to Pay for North Korea Nuclear Disarmament – Reports

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe considers setting up an international foundation to finance North Korea’s denuclearization, media reported.

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Pakistan ‘Obviously’ Provided Intelligence to US to Help Target Taliban Leader

The head of the Taliban in Pakistan was reportedly killed in a drone strike near the Afghan-Pakistan border Thursday.

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Dozens Of Flights Cancelled As Dust Storm Catches North India Off Guard

Sand blown from deserts of the western part of the country enveloped northern India for the fourth consecutive day;

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US, South Korea May Decide Joint Drills Future in July, Seoul Says

The United States and South Korea may decide next month whether to stop their joint war games to create

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Washington Threatens to Respond in Case of Gov’t Offensive in Syria’s Southwest

US State Department made a statement, in which it announced that it would give a decisive response to a

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Russian Embassy Urges US to Destroy Chemical Stockpile

Russia’s Embassy in Washington demanded Thursday that the United States destroy its chemical weapons and reveal what it knows

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China May Demand That US Remove THAAD From S Korea – Analyst

The implementation of the US-North Korea June 12 accords might require China's participation, analysts told Sputnik, suggesting that Beijing

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US Intelligence Denies UAE Request to Support New Offensive in Yemen – Report

The Saudi-led coalition’s largest assault in the armed conflict with Yemen, Operation “Golden Victory,” appears not to have gone

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