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US Defense Secretary Mattis visits strategic Djibouti

US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis urged France to continue its fight against terror in Africa. DJIBOUTI  – US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis urged France to continue its fight against terror in Africa on Sunday as he visited Djibouti, a strategic Horn of Africa nation which hosts Washington s only permanent military ...

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US cites piracy in Somalia for new focus on Africa

The commander of the US Africa Command cites fight with Somalia’s piracy during a visit by the Pentagon chief. US Marine General Thomas Waldhauser made the remarks alongside Defense Secretary Jim Mattis during a press conference in Djibouti, a tiny African country at the southern entrance to the Red Sea, ...

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Government supporter ‘dies of injuries’ in Venezuela

A Venezuelan national has reportedly died less than a week after she sustained injuries to her head during pro-government demonstrations in the capital Caracas. Almelina Carrillo, 47, died on Sunday, the head of Venezuela’s Moral Council, Tarek Saab, wrote on Twitter. Carrillo had reportedly been hit in the head by ...

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Most Trump, Clinton voters would still support them: Poll

The majority of those who voted for Donald  Trump and Hillary Clinton in the US 2016 presidential election still voice support for the two, a poll shows. The News/Washington Post poll was released early Sunday as President Trump was approaching his 100th day mark in office. Ninety-six percent of those ...

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Russian jets spotted off Alaska coast 4th time in 4 days: US

American Air Force officials say they have spotted Russian military aircraft flying in international airspace off the coast of Alaska for four times in as many days this week. The most recent incidents occurred late Wednesday and on Thursday, according to North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD). The first flight involved ...

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North Korea’s nuclear threats are empty: James Mattis

US Defense Secretary James Mattis has called North Korea’s recent threats of launching a nuclear attack against the United States empty. Mattis said on Friday that Pyongyang’s statements were provocative but had proven to be hollow in the past and should not be taken seriously. “As far as North Korea’s ...

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Trump’s claim that Korea was part of China sparks outrage

US President Donald Trump has sparked outrage in South Korea with remarks that the Korean peninsula “used to be part of China.” Trump made the remarks during an interview with the Wall Street Journal on April 12 following his summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping at his Mar-a-Lago retreat in Palm ...

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20 killed amid opposition-backed protests in Venezuela

At least 12 people have been killed in the Venezuelan capital, Caracas, bringing to 20 the number of those killed in three weeks of political turmoil in the Latin American state. The latest fatalities occurred in various parts of the Venezuelan capital of Caracas on Friday, with the government prosecutor’s ...

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Venezuela govt. claims opposition has attacked hospital

Venezuela’s government has claimed that armed gangs, allegedly hired by the opposition, have attacked a maternity hospital, amid protests that continue against the government across the Latin American country. Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez blamed the opposition for the attack, which she said occurred on Thursday night. “I denounce before the ...

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