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November 24, 2012
N. Korea preparing for missile launch
Tokyo (AFP) Nov 23, 2012
US satellites have picked up signs that North Korea is preparing to launch a long-range missile, a Japanese newspaper reported on Friday. North Korea moved missile parts from its military factory in Pyongyang to a launch pad in Tongchang-ri in the country's far northwest early November, the Asahi Shimbun said. The US government has already informed its counterparts in Japan and South Korea about the move, the daily said, adding that the three countries had increased vigilance. The developmen ... read more
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Russia warns Turkey against deploying Patriot missiles
Russia on Thursday warned Turkey against deploying surface-to-air Patriot missiles to protect its troubled border with Syria, saying it should instead use its influence to help broker peace in the war-torn country. ... more

South Korea deploys new cruise missiles: report
South Korea has begun fitting naval destroyers with a new, indigenously-developed cruise missile capable of making precision strikes anywhere in North Korea, a news report said Friday. ... more

S. Korea military drill marks shelling anniversary
South Korea marked Friday the anniversary of North Korea's 2010 shelling of a border island with a military drill and memorials, clouded by the threat of a fresh attack from Pyongyang. ... more
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Japan appoints new ambassador to China
Japan on Thursday appointed a new ambassador to China, months after the last nominee died before he could take up his post and as tensions simmer between Tokyo and Beijing over disputed territory. ... more


Lockheed Martin Delivers Three F-35Bs To The US Marine Corps
Three Lockheed Martin F-35B short takeoff/vertical landing (STOVL) aircraft were officially delivered to the U.S. Marine Corps during ceremonies at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz. The thr ... more
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US Navy, Raytheon receive Pentagon engineering award for GPS-guided precision landing program
A U.S. Navy program that uses Raytheon technology to land aircraft in harsh weather has been recognized with a Department of Defense engineering award. The Joint Precision Approach and Landing ... more

Taiwan protests Chinese passports over territory claim
Taiwan on Friday protested after China started issuing new passports with maps that feature two of the island's most famous scenic spots as part of Chinese territory. ... more
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Taliban says bombers and spies forced French retreat
A network of informers, exploitation of popular dissent and the ability to strike at vulnerable moments helped hasten the end of France's combat mission in Afghanistan, according to a Taliban commander. ... more

Rebels seize strategic town in eastern Syria: watchdog
Rebel fighters seized the town of Mayadeen in eastern Syria on Thursday, a monitoring group said, adding that a large area on the Syrian-Iraqi border is now under control of insurgents. ... more

Celebrations, recriminations as Gaza truce holds
Israeli politicians on Thursday returned to the campaign trail as the streets of Gaza came back to life after a truce ended eight days of bloodshed, with both sides claiming victory while remaining wary. ... more
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F-35A Achieves Maximum High Angle Of Attack Limit In Four Flights
An F-35A Lightning II conventional takeoff and landing (CTOL) aircraft rapidly expanded its high angle of attack (AOA) test envelope to its 50 degree limit in only four flights during recent flight ... more

Boeing Adapts Innovative Training Technologies to FA-18E and F-15E
Two military aircraft produced by Boeing - the F-15E Eagle and the F/A-18E Super Hornet - now are equipped to train in an environment that puts them at odds against real aircraft and computer-genera ... more
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US Navy Selects Lockheed Martin to Modernize C-130T Aircraft
The U.S. Naval Air Systems command awarded Lockheed Martin a $30 million contract to integrate new avionics and software on multiple C-130T aircraft as part of its avionics upgrade program. Un ... more

US-Myanmar detente forces Chinese rethink: experts
After years of almost unchallenged dominance, China's influence in Myanmar is under threat as the United States and other nations seek closer ties with the former pariah state, experts say. ... more

Dog noses inspire explosives detector
Researchers in California say a chip inspired by the biology of dogs' scent receptors is capable of quickly identifying dangerous substances such as explosives. ... more
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Turkey says will seek NATO Patriot missiles as soon as possible

NATO to consider Turkey request for Patriots 'without delay'

India steps up cruise missile production

South Korea deploys new cruise missiles: report

N. Korea preparing for missile launch

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USAF and Raytheon evaluate avoidance capabilities for safe UAS flight

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Honduras builds up navy to deal with contraband
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Iraq speaker pushes Arab-Kurd accord in Kurdistan
Iraq's parliament speaker pushed on Thursday to ease Arab-Kurd tensions on a visit to Iraqi Kurdistan, as the two sides traded accusations about reinforcements being sent to disputed areas. ... more

Iraq speaker aims to head off Arab-Kurd conflict
Iraqi parliament speaker Osama al-Nujaifi on Wednesday launched talks with political leaders in Baghdad and the autonomous Kurdish region to contain a crisis and avoid "civil war," his office said. ... more

NATO to consider Turkey request for Patriots 'without delay'
NATO will consider "without delay" a request from member Turkey for a deployment of surface-to-air Patriot missiles to protect its troubled border with Syria, Alliance chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen said on Wednesday. ... more
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Dozens of casualties in air raid on Syria's Aleppo: NGO


IAEA shows new imagery of suspect Iran base: diplomats


Iran speaker confirms military aid to Hamas


Estonian embassy in Minsk to become NATO liaison


Hu vows robust Russia ties on Shoigu visit: Xinhua


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Japan's opposition pledges national security boost


Australia pulls bulk of troops from East Timor


At least 20 killed in South Sudan army clash with rebels


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Algerian military kills four Islamists in raid

Panetta warns again retrenchment in fight against Al-Qaeda

Nepal stages symbolic funeral rites for fallen Gurkhas

Defense contest over major gulf arms buys

Crisis-torn Somalia faces new dangers

China eyes S. America as defense customer

Gaza rocket fire kills Israeli soldier

5.3 mn Iraqi children deprived of basic rights: UN

Turkey says will seek NATO Patriot missiles as soon as possible

Iran nuclear work unaffected by sanctions: IAEA chief

New Israeli strike kills six in Gaza City

World powers to mull improving Iran offer: diplomats

Gunmen kill NATO driver in Pakistan: officials

Possible kingmaker calls for nuclear-armed Japan

Iran shrugs off UN nuclear chief's 'worrying' comments

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India to buy nearly 130 Su-30 fighter jets from Russia

China passport shows some islands, excludes others

Outcry in Taiwan over rejection of Dalai Lama visit

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