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    NATO to increase cyber weaponry to combat Russia
    Nov09

    NATO to increase cyber weaponry to combat Russia

    US Defense Secretary James Mattis (L) talks with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg during a defense ministers meeting in Brussels, where the alliance agreed to up its cyber capabilities NATO members agreed Wednesday to increase the use of cyber weaponry and tactics during military operations, with the alliance also upgrading other...

    Pussy Riot: Punk group attack ‘police state’ on Trump anniversary
    Nov09

    Pussy Riot: Punk group attack ‘police state’ on Trump anniversary

    Longtime nemeses of Russian President Vladimir Putin, feminist punk rockers Pussy Riot have unveiled a dark new song that suggests parallels in America's leader Donald Trump. Longtime nemeses of Russian President Vladimir Putin, feminist punk rockers Pussy Riot have unveiled a dark new song that suggests parallels in America’s leader...

    NATO to Increase Cyber Weapon Usage to Combat ‘Resurgent’ Russia
    Nov09

    NATO to Increase Cyber Weapon Usage to Combat ‘Resurgent’ Russia

    Brussels, Nov 9: Members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) agreed to increase the use of cyber weaponry and tactics during military operations in a bid to combat a resurgent Russia. Reports claim the alliance has also agreed to upgrade other capabilities with the same motive as following Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014,...

    US defence chief meets NATO to discuss Daesh, Afghanistan

    NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg (L) talks to US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis (C) and Britain’s Secretary of State for Defence Gavin Williamson (R) as they pose for a family photo during a NATO defence ministers’ meeting at the NATO headquarters in Brussels, November 8, 2017. AFP/John Thys BRUSSELS: With Daesh crumbling in Iraq...

    Nato to increase cyber weaponry to combat Russia
    Nov09

    Nato to increase cyber weaponry to combat Russia

    BRUSSELS: Nato members agreed Wednesday to increase the use of cyber weaponry and tactics during military operations, with the alliance also upgrading other capabilities to combat a resurgent Russia. The changes are part of the alliance’s biggest shakeup since the Cold War, with defence ministers backing the creation of two new command...

    Serbia summons envoy to Ukraine for consultations
    Nov09

    Serbia summons envoy to Ukraine for consultations

    Move comes after Ukraine’s ambassador to Serbia said Russia is using Serbia to ‘provoke a new war in the Balkans’ …read more Source: Anadolu...

    New House Caucus Stands Against Communism and for Its Victims
    Nov09

    New House Caucus Stands Against Communism and for Its Victims

    Members of Congress have created a new caucus to recognize and remember everyone who has suffered at the hands of communism and for those who still live under communism in the countries where it still exists. The Victims of Communism Caucus, announced Nov. 7, will advocate for people currently fighting against communist regimes in China, Cuba,...

    Nato allies agree on new military headquarters
    Nov09

    Nato allies agree on new military headquarters

    Nato allies backed plans yesterday for two new military headquarters to help protect Europe in the event of a conflict with Russia, laying the ground for the US-led alliance’s biggest expansion in decades.Hoping to add to its deterrent factor against Russia, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) defence ministers agreed to create an...

    NATO Backs Plan to Improve Command of Its Forces
    Nov09

    NATO Backs Plan to Improve Command of Its Forces

    Wary of a belligerent and unpredictable Russia, NATO is expanding its operations for the first time since the end of the Cold War and drawing up plans to improve the way the military alliance commands and deploys its forces. NATO defense ministers Wednesday endorsed a proposal to create two new commands: one to protect sea lanes ferrying troops...

    Israel’s president cheers a united Spain. Or did he?
    Nov08

    Israel’s president cheers a united Spain. Or did he?

    Israeli President Reuven Rivlin meeting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy Brey of Spain, Nov. 6, 2017. (Haim Zach/Israeli Government Press Office) (JTA) — Israeli President Reuven Rivlin may court controversy back home, but in Madrid he is almost universally loved right now. That’s because during his visit to Spain this week, Rivlin – a Likud...