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Mattis, Finnish Defense Minister Meet at Pentagon

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis met with Finnish Defense Minister Jussi Niinisto today at the Pentagon to discuss a range of security issues, including Russian aggression.

SOP newswireTop UNDP Administrator Dervis Condemns Kenyan Sexual Assaults - 'It is time for the global community to recognize this problem for what it is – an affront to basic human rights and human dignity.'
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)Angry Uncle Sam has Europe Seeing Red - How is it that while we demonize North Korea, Iran and Venezuela, the Europeans tell pollsters we ‘re the demons?
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 23 - AMERICAS: Collin Powell, a Bigger Liar than Dick Cheney
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 22 - MIDDLE EAST: After American Soldiers and Iraqi Civilians, al-Qaeda Targets Teenagers
SOP newswirePalestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Vows to Pursue Peace - Speaking in the West Bank city of Ramallah, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said he will continue talks with Israel, despite the Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip.
SOP newswireIraqi Churches, Monasteries Suffer Bomb Attacks - At least six people were reportedly wounded in seven separate attacks in Baghdad and Mosul as Christians were celebrating Christmas and the Epiphany on Jan. 6; three days later, bombs targeted three churches in Kirkuk.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 21 - The World Chronicle has reached its fourth month. As news spreads with the speed of light in the contemporary world, a single day seems like eternity. Governments are sworn in; governments are toppled. Someone rises; someone falls. Everything is changing – and so is the World Chronicle.
Zoneziwoh MbondguloUBSU Politics 2 - In the meeting, the administration was still with their formal decisions; it seems very soon the administration will appoint course delegates, since every say is w.r.t GPA.
SOP newswireHamas is to blame for an energy crisis in Gaza - An Israeli Foreign Ministry official said on Monday that Islamic group Hamas was to blame for an energy crisis in Gaza after Israel blocked fuel supplies to the Palestinian enclave.
SOP newswireFormer mayor of the French city of Montpellier plans to erect a monument to Vladimir Lenin - The former mayor of the French city of Montpellier plans to erect a monument to Vladimir Lenin, the father of the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, in the center of the city, the Libre Midi said on Friday.
Medyan DairiehLondon's Day of Protests: January 12th 2008 - Protesters followed a route to include all government buildings within the most heavily restricted public area in England, the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act (S.O.C.P.A.) zone.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 18 - Twenty-two dead, many more wounded and a shattered economy are the result of anti-governmental protests called by the Kenyan opposition Wednesday.
SOP newswireIran: More Afghan refugees deported - Kabul - The Iranian government has deported about 100 Afghan refugees, the latest in a series of deportations, an official said on Friday. A statement issued
SOP newswireWorld Bank closes offices after bomb threat - The World Bank said on Thursday its security staff was investigating a bomb threat made by telephone and told employees of its Washington
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 17 - U.S. President George W. Bush spoke to his special envoy to Sudan on Thursday, urging the United Nations to improve its efforts in the war-shattered Darfur region.
SOP newswireCBP Intercepts Endangered Species Bird on Cruise Vessel - On January 3, 2008, the bird was identified as a Brown-Throated Conure (Aratinga pertinax), which is an endangered species.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 16 - Cuba's long-time dictator, Fidel Castro, is too sick to speak; but, it doesn't stop him from criticizing the Bush Administration.
SOP newswireChristian Leader in Xinjiang Province Arrested - China Aid Association learned that a House Church leader in Kashi, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region was
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 14 - The British Council – an organization that promotes the English language and culture – may soon disappear from Russian cities.
SOP newswireTaiwan deputies to upcoming national legislative plenum elected - Thirteen deputies to represent Taiwan at the upcoming plenary session of China's top legislature were elected on Saturday via secret ballot. One hundred and twenty election
SOP newswireA Greek Orthodox priest was given a suspended 70-day sentence - A Greek Orthodox priest was given a suspended 70-day sentence after residents complained he rang his church bell too loudly and too often, national television reported on Friday.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 11 - After lackluster performances in the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary, Rudy Giuliani's campaign budget seems a little overstretched.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 10, 2008 - A peace deal may be struck before the end of George W. Bush's second term, said the American president on Thursday.
SOP newswireFAQ on Sujata Koirala Nepalese Women Leader - Newly appointed Hon. Minister Ms. Sujata Koirala is a strong and active women personality of Nepal Congress Party of Nepal, who holds special expertise in national
SOP newswire23000 year old Canoe found in the Black Sea - An angler, in Inebolu, Turkey, when collected his fishing net, noticed in it a large wooden piece, approximately 3m.
SOP newswireTransfer of Authority to the Hybrid United Nations/African Union Peacekeeping Force in Darfur - We welcome today’s formal transfer of authority from the African Union-led peacekeeping force in Sudan (AMIS) to the hybrid United Nations/African Union Mission in
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 9 - Wednesday was the first day of U.S. President George W. Bush's visit to the Middle East.
SOP newswireHuman Trafficking Awareness Day is January 11 - This Friday marks the first annual Human Trafficking Awareness day in the United States. A resolution passed by the
SOP newswireHOW THE TURKISH POLICE SOLVED THE LAST BOMBING CASE - Immediately after the bomb in Diyarbakir exploded, sending five people to death (now six) and close to hundred, to hospitals for
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 8 - Although the French economy continues to plummet and the number of illegal immigrants rises every month, what really concerns ordinary Frenchmen is their president's love escapades.
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