Military And Defense

Border clash was at least 2nd use of tear gas since November

Jan 3, 2019

Clash between Border Patrol, migrants brings at least 2nd use of tear gas in just over a month

Mexico looks to recruit 50,000 to National Guard

Jan 2, 2019

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has used his first news conference of 2019 to start recruitment for his new National Guard, which will become the country's primary security force

US fires tear gas across Mexico border to stop migrants

Jan 2, 2019

U.S. authorities fired tear gas into Mexico during the first hours of the new year to repel about 150 migrants who were trying to breach the border fence in Tijuana

AP Investigation: Food aid stolen as Yemen starves

Dec 31, 2018

Yemeni factions, militias block delivery of food aid, divert it to fighters or sell it for profit on the black market

UN calls out Yemen's Houthi rebels over peace gestures

Dec 30, 2018

The United Nations has cast doubt on the claims by Yemen's Shiite rebels to have withdrawn from the port of Hodeida, saying such steps can only be credible if all other parties can verify them

Furious Iraqi lawmakers demand US troop withdrawal

Dec 28, 2018

'A violation of national sovereignty:' Trump's surprise trip to Iraq infuriates Iraqi politicians who demand withdrawal of U.S. forces.

The Latest: Trump greets US troops in Germany

Dec 27, 2018

Trump greets U.S. troops in Germany on a refueling stop coming back from Iraq

Trump makes first visit to US troops in harm's way

Dec 27, 2018

President Donald Trump makes unannounced visit to Iraq _ his first visit with U.S. troops in a troubled region

Report: Syria's national security chief in Egypt

Dec 23, 2018

Syria's state news agency is reporting that a top aide to President Bashar Assad has visited Egypt to discuss political and security issues, including efforts to combat terrorism

Afghan president appoints Pakistan critics to 2 top posts

Dec 23, 2018

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has appointed hard-line opponents of neighboring Pakistan to two top security posts, potentially complicating U.S. efforts to revive peace talks with the Taliban ahead of next summer's withdrawal of 7,000 American troops

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