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Niamey, Niger ( Reuters + DIPLOMAT.SO) – A joint military operation between Chad and Niger has killed 123 Boko Haram militants since July and recovered a significant quantity of weapons, Niger’s Defence Ministry said on Friday. Allied Chadian-Nigerien forces launched an offensive against ...
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Algiers, Algeria (Xinhua + DIPLOMAT.SO) – Algerian troops on Friday discovered a load of war weapons in Debdeb, the province of Illizi, on the border with Libya, according to a statement from the Defense Ministry. The troops deployed on the border with Libya retrieved arms of different types in...
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Oct 1st, 2016
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Amman, Jordan ( Reuters + DIPLOMAT.SO) – Thousands of protesters staged a protest in Amman on Friday (September 30) to demonstrate against a $10 billion gas deal between Jordan and Israel. The deal will supply 1.6 trillion feet (tcf) of gas to Jordan’s National Electric Power Company and ...
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Ko Olina, Hawaii State, United States of America (AP + DIPLOMAT.SO) — U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter hinted Friday at U.S. impatience with the Philippine government over inflammatory comments by President Rodrigo Duterte. At a news conference, Carter was asked his view on pursuing greater military...
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Juba, South Sudan ( Anadolu Agency + DIPLOMAT.SO) – The United Nations on Friday said about 100,000 people were trapped and facing an increasingly dire situation in the besieged South Sudanese town of Yei after fleeing violence that included targeted killings and mutilations. More than 30,000 p...
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Moscow, Russia ( Reuters + DIPLOMAT.SO) – Russia is sending more warplanes to Syria to ramp up its air campaign, a Russian newspaper reported on Friday, as the United States said diplomacy to halt the violence was “on life support” but not dead yet. Fighting continued to intensify a...

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