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US allocates $900mn for chemical war projects

The US Army has awarded $900 million in contracts to several companies, including major corporations, for logistics and service support for biological and chemical war projects. The US Department of Defense, made the announcement on Tuesday saying, the companies, including the Battelle Memorial Institute of Columbus in Ohio and the Camber ...

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Saudi fighter jets carry out new airstrikes across Yemen

Saudi military aircraft have carried out a new round of airstrikes across Yemen more than nine months into the kingdom’s war on the impoverished country. In their latest attacks, Saudi jets hit water supply facilities in the province of Ma’rib on Wednesday. There were no immediate reports of possible causalities. ...

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One killed, three wounded in Israeli airstrike on Gaza Strip

At least one Palestinian has been killed and three others have been wounded in an Israeli airstrike on the northern part of the Gaza Strip. An Israeli warplane targeted a site allegedly belonging to Palestinian resistance movement Hamas in the town of Beit Lahia on Wednesday. The Palestinian Health Ministry said ...

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Palestinians nabbed for resisting Israel expulsion orders

Israel has detained two Palestinians for resisting “military expulsion orders” banishing them from Tel Aviv-occupied East al-Quds (Jerusalem). Freelance journalist Samer Abu Eisheh, 28, and 33-year-old construction worker Hijazi Abu Sbeih, married and with three children, had been ordered to leave East al-Quds and stay out for respectively five and ...

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Turkish police bust ‘Daesh cell’ in capital Ankara

Turkish security forces have arrested 16 suspected members of the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group who had formed a cell to carry out a major terrorist attack in the capital, Ankara. Police sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the group’s ringleader, a Turkish national, was arrested during a raid on ...

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South Korea vows to seek strong sanctions on North

South Korea’s President Park Geun-hye has vowed to make the necessary efforts to ensure that the UN Security Council adopts harsh punitive measures against Pyongyang over its latest nuclear test. “North Korea’s nuclear test is an unacceptable challenge to peace and security in Northeast Asia and the world,” Park said in ...

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