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US, South Korea to hold joint naval drills

The United States and South Korea are set to hold naval drills next week despite international calls for the de-escalation of tensions with North Korea. The United States Navy 7th Fleet said on Friday that the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier and two US destroyers would take part in the ...

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What Trump’s ‘decertification’ will mean

By H. Javan   President Donald Trump has long railed against the Iran deal. His earliest known complaints date back to when he was campaigning for presidency, promising to undo everything President Barack Obama had accomplished. But it was not until recently that he really alarmingly took on the issue. ...

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Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines to conduct air patrols

Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines will begin coordinated air patrols off the strife-torn southern Philippines next month to combat the growing threat posed by extremist militants, an official said Friday. The neighbors had already launched joint sea patrols four months ago in the same area, the Sulu Sea. Fears have ...

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Unilateralism on JCPOA will only harm US: Iran parliament speaker

Iran’s parliament speaker says unilateral moves by the US with regard to the 2015 nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), will only harm Washington, because the international community is unanimous on supporting the accord. Ali Larijani made the remarks in a press conference before leaving Tehran for ...

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Trump to announce US strategy on Iran on Friday: White House

US President Donald Trump will unveil on Friday Washington’s strategy with regard to the international nuclear agreement with Iran, the White House says. “At 12:45 tomorrow, the president will deliver remarks announcing the strategy to the country,” White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Thursday. Trump is expected to declare ...

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