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March 02, 2015
US sets out 'bottom lines' for Iran nuclear deal
Washington (AFP) Feb 28, 2015
The United States on Friday set out what it called its "bottom lines" to reach a deal with Iran to rein in its nuclear program, ahead of new talks next week. Washington had stuck to its guns that it wanted a "good deal" and had agreed to several extensions of the negotiations "because we have held firm to certain bottom lines," a senior US administration official said. "We will only accept an agreement that cuts off the different pathways to the fissile material that Iran needs for a nuclear wea ... read more
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US flies advanced spy plane over disputed sea: officials
The United States has flown its most advanced surveillance plane from a military base in the Philippines over flashpoint areas of the South China Sea, Filipino authorities said Friday. ... more

Syria opposition praises France's anti-Assad stance
Syria's exiled opposition praised France on Sunday for maintaining its "exemplary" opposition to President Bashar al-Assad after a group of French lawmakers made a controversial visit to Damascus this week. ... more

North Korean leader tells army: 'prepare for war'
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has urged his army to prepare for war with the United States and its allies, state media said Saturday, as Pyongyang ramps up the rhetoric ahead of US-South Korea military drills. ... more
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RAAF commences unmanned aerial system training in the United States
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Defence, Darren Chester, has announced that the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has commenced training aircrew and support staff on United States Air Fo ... more


US denies pushing Iraq on Mosul offensive
The US military insisted Friday it was not pressurizing Iraq to launch an offensive to recapture Mosul from Islamic State extremists in the next few months, saying the timing was up to Baghdad. ... more
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Chinese Naval Fleet Now Outnumbers US Combat Vessels
China is at the forefront of building submarines and now has more than the United States, says a Navy admiral testifying before a congressional committee that is discussing future funding for US def ... more

Leaks Show S Africa Spied on Itself for Details of Joint Satellite Project
South Africa's intelligence agency relied on a spy who had access to Russian military intelligence to uncover details of its own government's involvement in a $100 million joint satellite surveillan ... more
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E.ON and NEC Lead Strategic Investment in Space-Time Insight
Space-Time Insight has announced that E.ON SE and NEC have led an $8M investment in the company. The majority of Space-Time Insight's current investors also participated in the strategic round of fi ... more

SES Announces Two Launch Agreements With SpaceX
SES has announced an agreement with SpaceX to launch two new satellites in 2017 - SES-14 and SES-16/ GovSat - using the Falcon 9 rocket. SES had announced the order of the two new satellites l ... more

Next Launch of Heavy Angara-5 Rocket Due Next Year
The next launch of Russia's newest ecologically friendly heavy-class Angara-A5 carrier rocket is scheduled for 2016, Andrei Kalinovsky, the acting head of the Khrunichev State Research and Productio ... more
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USAF getting aicraft structural modification kits
CPI Aerostructures is supplying the U.S. Air Force with structural modification kits to enhance the capabilities and safety of T-38C Pacer Classic III aircraft. ... more

BAE Systems Hagglunds delivers CV90 infantry fighting vehicle
The first of 144 CV90 Infantry Fighting Vehicle in serial production has been delivered to the Norwegian Defense Logistics Organization by BAE Systems. ... more
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Argentina welcomes first Chinese satellite tracking station outside China
Argentina is to become the location of the first Chinese satellite tracking station outside the country the newspaper La Manana De Cordoba reported on Thursday. The Argentine National Congress ... more

Israel army launches 'surprise' West Bank drill
Israel's army said it launched a "surprise exercise" Sunday calling up thousands of reservists for its central region of operations that includes the West Bank. ... more

US spymaster warns over low-level cyber attacks
A steady stream of low-level cyber attacks poses the most likely danger to the United States rather than a potential digital "armageddon," US intelligence director James Clapper said on Thursday. ... more

Chiang statue beheaded as Taiwan marks 'White Terror'
A statue of Taiwan's former leader Chiang Kai-shek was beheaded in another sign of growing fears over Chinese influence on the island as it marked the anniversary of a 1947 massacre that left thousands dead, reports said Sunday. ... more

Israel's Netanyahu to arrive for 'historic' US mission
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was due in Washington Sunday on what he has called a "historic" quest to stop an international nuclear deal with Iran that the United States is determined to pursue. ... more

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Obama, Afghan leader to meet in late March at WHouse
President Barack Obama will receive his Afghan counterpart Ashraf Ghani at the White House on March 24 as Washington weighs slowing down the withdrawal of US forces from the country. ... more

'Jihadi John': quiet football fan who developed thirst for war
Mohammed Emwazi, named by British and US media as the Islamic State executioner known as "Jihadi John", has been described as a quiet but intense young man who gradually developed a taste for war. ... more
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CWRU researchers bring clean energy a step closer

US Nuclear Facility Miscalculated Workers' Radiation Exposure

Kazakhstan Evacuating Village Where People Fall Asleep At Random


Iraq statue-smashing sparks outrage, heritage fears


US cancels rule requiring judges to stay in Guantanamo


Pope denounces 'intolerable brutality' in Iraq, Syria


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Russian jets to hold drills over Barents sea


Fighting IS not a priority for Turkey: US spy chief


Kerry to meet Russian, Iranian FMs next week


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US spy chief predicts spring attack on Ukraine port

Jordan first buyer of South African armored vehicle

ME country orders surveillance gear for its borders

Gripen E fighters getting pneumatic missile eject launcher pylons

Orbital ATK upgrades South Korean Army Cobra helos

Australia warns women IS no 'romantic adventure'

France sending weapons to Lebanon

Kurds blocking return of Arabs to disputed Iraq areas: watchdog

US-led strikes on IS after group seizes 220 Christians

New Yorkers charged over IS extremist plot

Kofi Annan to boost Colombia peace talks in Cuba visit

IS jihadists destroy ancient artefacts in Iraq: video

US, Iran have 'mutual interest' in defeating IS: Kerry

Cyber thugs taking data hostage

Indian company to produce Sagem navigational system

ESA's spaceplane is coming home

Automated weapons maintenance and tracking system highlighted

China trumpets Xi's 'Four Comprehensives' theory

Russian paratroopers in drills on border with Estonia, Latvia

Russia could target Moldova: NATO commander

New volcano island getting big in Japan

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