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Mattis Seeks to Deepen Relations with South American Partners

Defense Secretary James N. Mattis said the United States is seeking to deepen relations with hemispheric partners.

SOP newswireLockhead Martin Battle Management System for Unit Level Troops - COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO., " Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] has delivered the latest Theater Battle Management Core System (TBMCS) Unit Level upgrade to U.S. Air Force bases worldwide.
Shakti GhimireBest Idea to Change the World - Generally, we have a strong belief in respecting fundamental civil liberties, long lasting peace and Democracy. Our initiative should be spin around strategic philosophy,
SOP newswire2Why Are Paki Muslims in France giving Indian Hindus a Bad Name - Paris: French police arrested six Pakistanis, including one woman, after the killing of a French off-duty policeman late Saturday in the
Tameka BankheadPreparing for War in Afghanistan - Despite naysayers America forges ahead to restore representative leadership in Afghanistan.
Christopher HIllenbrandNew Flash Fires Strike the Outskirts of Melbourne - Fires, spurred on by years of drought, flared up in suburbs outside Melbourne, Australia on Monday. This came less than 3 weeks after a forest fire
SOP newswire3Afghan Women Parliamentarians visit NATO - A high-level delegation of women representatives of the Upper and Lower Houses of the Parliament of Afghanistan visited NATO on 23 " 25 February 2009
SOP newswire3UN Condemns Attack on African Union Mission in Somalia - The United Nations today condemned in the strongest terms the suicide attack on the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) base in Mogadishu.
SOP newswire2Muslim Publics Oppose Al Qaeda's Terrorism - In some majority-Muslim countries, Islamist groups, such as the Muslim Brotherhood, are forbidden from participating in elections.
SOP newswire3Obama Admin Has Eye On Darfur - Bringing relief to Darfur is a top priority for the administration, the President and Vice President assured the actor and activist George Clooney last night.
SOP newswire2Two-State Solution And The Future: It Will Happen? - While the outlines of a two-state solution are generally known, the maximum that any government of Israel will be ready to offer the Palestinians and still survive
SOP newswireThe U.S. Consular Information Sheet for Nepal - Nepal is a developing country with extensive tourist facilities, which vary widely in quality and price. The capital is Kathmandu.
SOP newswire2Peoples League Denounces Killing of Devotees by Troops in Bumi Sopore - The senior Hurriyat leader said that Indian troops has again resorted to state sponsored terrorism to kill innocent youth and this incident has once again unmasked the real face of Indian democracy.
SOP newswire2Nepal Is Destroying Their Cultural Heritage! - The language, literature, culture and tradition are the real treasures of any nation. These fields should be
Syeda AbbasA Disaster Strikes Balochistan - Logistics, bureaucratic hurdles and gloomy weather have hampered relief efforts in Balochistan, battered by tropical cyclone Yemyin of June 26.
SOP newswire2Stop Escalation in Afghanistan and Pakistan - All of this risks the U.S. getting into a war quagmire in Afghanistan and a civil war in Pakistan.
Christopher HIllenbrandDarfur`s Most Powerful Rebel Group Accedes to Peace Negotiations - The closest time Sudan ever got close to halting the bloodshed was back in 2006 when they signed a peace treaty with 1 of the rebel coalitions.
Garrett GodwinGo Now: The Advancement of History Goes Hand and Hand with Black History Month - And then on January 20 in the year 2009, change has come for the better as Barack Obama was inaugurated as the 44th -- and first-ever African-American -- President of the United States.
SOP newswire2The U.N. Calls For The Immediate Release of John Solecki - The United Nations today once again appealed to those holding John Solecki, a staff member kidnapped in Pakistan two weeks ago
SOP newswire3UN Secretary-General Appalled By Suicide Bomb Attack Against Shiites -
Askin Ozcan (Mentor)Is Peace What We Really Want? - All the books of God mention "PEACE", as one of the ingredients of the religions they want to establish on earth.
Robert Paul ReyesAmerica Must Participate In "World Conference Against Racism" - It's imperative that the US send a delegation to the UN's World Conference Against Racism. We need to prove to the world that we abhor racism.
SOP newswire2The US Makes Soviet Style Mistakes In Afghanistan? - The foreign warplanes swooped in just as the Afghan village of Ali Mardan was celebrating a wedding.
SOP newswire2The Saudi Connection to the Mumbai Massacres: Strategic Implications for Israel - The Mumbai attacks have been linked to Lashkar-e-Taiba and radical Islamic groups in Kashmir generally.
SOP newswire2"Spying" Case Strikes New Blow Against Religious Freedom in Iran - Freedom House strongly condemns the Iranian government's decision to try seven members of the Baha'i faith next week on contrived charges
SOP newswire2Systematic Genocide Under The Garb Of War On Terror In Sri Lanka - In our previous issue of The Sunday Indian, after my editorial, we had carried a special feature by Mr. Lasantha Wickrematunge, the late
SOP newswireShi'ite Pilgrims killed in Karbala - Dozens of other people were wounded in the blast, near the Imam Hussein shrine in the holy city of Karbala in central Iraq.
SOP newswire2Women of Yao Jin Help To Rebuild Entire Village Destroyed by Earthquake - "Women of Yao Jin" Video Depicts The Physical And Emotional Strength of Chinese Women Whose Homes Were Destroyed By 2008 Earthquake
SOP newswirePalestinians Pessimistic - Al-Thawra daily newspaper said it does not matter which of the leading candidates wins the election.
SOP newswireYugoslavian gets a break - Judges at the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia have suspended the trial of ultranationalist Serb leader Vojislav Seselj.
SOP newswire2Russia Returns to Afghanistan? - Russia will consider allowing the United States and Nato to ship weapons across the country to Afghanistan
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