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7 Ukrainian soldiers killed in fresh East fights

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The Ukrainian army says fighting between Kiev troops and pro-Russia forces in the restive east regions of the country has left at least seven soldiers dead in the past 24 hours. “Over the last 24 hours, we have lost seven servicemen, 11 were injured,” the Ukrainian military spokesman, Andriy Lysenko, said on Thursday. The incident came following a relative calm during the weekend, when Ukraine... 

US-Israeli Relations Sunk to New Lows, Resorts to Insults

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US-Israeli relations have sunk to new lows after Obama administration officials were cited calling Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a “chickenshit” and “coward” engaging in political posturing, instead of efforts at Middle-Eastern de-escalation. The comments were delivered in a conversation with The Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg on condition of anonymity. To many they symbolize the... 

Canada no longer a peaceful nation, joins US in every possible war

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Canadian soldiers in Sangasar, Zari district in eastern Afghanistan, July 3, 2007. In 1968 the government of Canada decided to openly admit Americans seeking to avoid being drafted into the US war on Vietnam. Before, would-be immigrants were technically required to prove that they had been discharged from US military service. This move made it easier for Americans to escape President Johnson’s war... 

Cameron says will fight against EU’s €2.1 billion demand

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British Prime Minister David Cameron has said that he will fight against the European Union’s demand for an extra contribution to the bloc’s budget. While addressing the British parliament on Monday, the premier said the UK would not pay “anything like” the 2.1 billion euros the EU has requested. “It is not just about the scale of the money being demanded. It is also the timetable,”... 

UK refuses to pay £1.7 billion bill demanded by EU

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British Prime Minister David Cameron in a press conference in the EU headquarters in Brussels on October 24, 2014. The British prime minister says his country will refuse to pay a £1.7-billion bill demanded as budget contribution by the European Union (EU), calling the Union’s behavior “appalling.” “We are not suddenly going to take out our checkbook and write a check for two billion euros... 

Georgia planning to host NATO training center

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Georgia says it will allow the opening of a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) training center on its soil despite pressure from Russia, Press TV reports. Georgia’s Defense Minister Irakli Alasania said opposition from Moscow would not alter its plans to increase ties with Western countries. “This center will be jointly operated by NATO and Georgia and it’s going to be an additional layer... 

Obama authorizes use of National Guard to fight Ebola in West Africa

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Ebola Response Roadmap 10 October 2014 (World Health Organization) President Barack Obama authorized the Pentagon to call up members of the National Guard and other military reserve units on Thursday to help combat the spread of Ebola in West Africa. Obama said the guardsmen would “augment the active forces in support of Operation United Assistance, providing humanitarian assistance and consequence... 

Putin Warns Of Nuclear War Over Obama Ebola Apocalypse

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A new report from the Office of the President (OP) circulating in the Kremlin today states that President Putin’s warning of a potential nuclear war crisis with the United States is based upon reports from the Federal Security Service (FSB) seeming to show that the Obama regime deliberately caused the spread of the ebola virus in the West African nation of Liberia and then embarked upon a massive... 

US tanks arrive in Latvia to ward off ‘perceived’ Russian threat

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US tanks have arrived in Latvia as NATO flexes its muscles in an apparent show of strength towards Moscow. The machines are being deployed across the Baltic States and Poland over the next two weeks and will be used for training exercises. The 1st Cavalry Division, based at Fort Hood in Texas, was deployed in Adazi, not far from the Latvian capital of Riga. 150 soldiers used five M1A2 Abrams tanks,... 

UK plans to train “moderate” Syrian rebels who fight against ISIS

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British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon says British ministers are considering plans to train “moderate” militants operating in Syria to fight the ISIL terrorist group. Fallon announced the plans in an interview with British media on Tuesday, saying UK troops could be deployed to one of Syria’s neighboring countries, possibly Jordan, to provide training to... 

Egyptian warplanes ‘bomb Libya’s Islamists’

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Egyptian warplanes have reportedly begun bombing Benghazi targets in an attempt to pry Islamist militants away from strongholds in eastern Libya, AP reports, citing unnamed officials. It comes amid reports of a chemical storage tank bombed in the area. The strikes, which reportedly took place in Benghazi on Wednesday, have not been officially verified. However, they were confirmed by two unnamed Egyptian... 

Japan & US beef up defense pact to counter ‘China threat’

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Japan and the United States have agreed to create a new defense partnership to counter their perceived threat of China. Tokyo has become more assertive in its military policy under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, but this has led to protests at home. The new pact will help to set out how Japan and the US will work together during various degrees of provocation, from peacetime, to when Tokyo may be under,... 

Missing Nuke In Colorado Sparks Intense Russian Fears

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The Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) is reporting today that President Putin’s order to begin deploying tactical nuclear weapons throughout the Crimean Federal District is “intensely/directly related” to a “missing”, and believed stolen, low-yield atomic cannon shell from its storage bunker in Fort Carson, Colorado, which is a United States Army installation located near the city of Colorado... 

North, South Korea trade machine gun fire along land border

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Seoul military officials say North and South Korea have exchanged fire across their land border after the North shot balloons carrying anti-Pyongyang propaganda leaflets floated from the South. South Korea’s Yonhap news agency said shots could be heard from north of the border at around 3:55 p.m. local time (0655 GMT) on Friday, about two hours after balloons containing 200,000 leaflets were... 

Over 330 killed in Ukraine since September’s truce – UN

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The United Nations says more than 300 deaths have been reported in Ukraine’s volatile eastern regions since a ceasefire began a month ago. In a report, released on Wednesday, the UN Human Rights Office said clashes between government troops and pro-Russia forces in eastern Ukraine have left at least 331 people dead after ceasefire took effect in September. According to the report, at least 3,660... 
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