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Turkey will not leave Syria until it defeats all terrorist groups: Erdogan

On Thursday Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey will not leave Syria until it defeats all terrorist groups there,…

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US Defense Secretary in Iraq begs for military stay

US Defense Secretary in Iraq begs for military stay. Pentagon chief Mark Esper has paid an unannounced visit to Baghdad…

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Prime Minister Morrison says Australia will not host US missiles

Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the United States has not requested to deploy intermediate-range missiles in his country, stressing…

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Erdogan says S400 will be installed by April 2020

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says all the Russian S-400s received by his country will be fully deployed in April…

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US approved deployment 1000 more troops to ME amid tensions with Iran

The United States has approved deployment of some 1,000 more soldiers to the Middle East amid escalating tensions with Iran.…

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James Mattis quits as US defense secretary parting ways with Trump

U.S. Defence Secretary James Mattis, a stabilizing force in President Donald Trump’s cabinet, abruptly announced his resignation on Thursday and…

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US, allies to re-energize military campaign in Syria: Mattis

The United States is going to “re-energize” a multi-lateral military campaign that it has been leading in Syria, says US…

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Pentagon cautions White House: Syria strike could trigger wider war

US Defense Secretary James Mattis has warned that a military strike on Syria carried the risk of spiraling out of…

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Pentagon ‘Ready’ to Provide ‘Military Options’ for Syria: Mattis

US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Wednesday the Pentagon is ready to provide options for a Syria strike in response…

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US approves $300mn guided missile deal with Qatar

The US State Department has given the green light to a $300 million sale of guided missiles to Qatar as…

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