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UNICEF Warns of Contaminated Drinking Water in Camps for Rohingya Refugees - The United Nations Children's Fund is working with authorities in Bangladesh to urgently investigate high levels E.coli contamination in water drawn from wells inside the Rohingya refugee camps in Cox Bazar.

Native Warrior Culture - November has been designated as National American Indian Heritage Month since 1990. This is a time to celebrate the cultures, traditions, histories and acknowledge the contributions of Native Americans.

Pilot Killed in T-38 Crash Identified - The members involved in the T-38 Talon crash from Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, on Nov. 20, 2017 have been identified.

ISIS Down but not Out in Iraq - The military victory against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant is only one component of a complex battle that addresses the root causes of extremist ideology, the United Nations envoy for Iraq said Wednesday.

Missile Defense Soldiers Scan the Stratosphere - With the threat of ballistic missile launches by North Korea, the Army maintains Army-Navy/Transportable Radar Surveillance systems, or AN/TPY-2, in Japan to keep a watchful eye on the skies above.

From Puppy to Protector: How the Air Force Raises Military Working Dogs - Candy is a military working dog with six deployments under her collar, and on Nov. 9, she was finally able to rest her paws when she officially retired from duty during a ceremony here.

UN Condemns Suicide Attack That Leaves Dozens Dead in Nigeria Town - United Nations Secretary-General Guterres has condemned the suicide attacks that took place earlier Tuesday in Adamawa state, Nigeria, which resulted in scores of casualties, and called for those responsible for the heinous acts to be swiftly brought to justice.

Navy Deploys Unmanned Submersibles in Argentine Submarine Search - The Navy has deployed unmanned underwater vehicles to join in the search for the Argentine navy submarine A.R.A. San Juan, which is missing in South Atlantic waters.

Internal Security Forces Assume Responsibility for Raqqa Neighborhoods - The Raqqa Internal Security Forces assumed security responsibility yesterday for three neighborhoods in the Syrian city of Raqqa, which the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria had claimed as its capital before being driven out, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials said in a statement released today.

U.S., Afghan Forces Target Taliban Drug Labs - U.S. and Afghan forces conducted a series of strikes over the past 24 hours against Taliban drug labs, to target the revenue streams of the terrorists, according to the Resolute Support mission and U.S. Forces Afghanistan commander.

NATO Chief Stresses Unity of North Atlantic Alliance - The Atlantic Ocean doesnt divide the North Atlantic Treaty Organization alliance, it unites it, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said at the Halifax International Security Forum, Nov. 17.

Marines Train to Fuel Aircraft in Contaminated Environments - Marines with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121 trained here to keep aircraft in the fight while operating in a hazardous environment.

AF Alpha Warriors Prove Mettle in Final Battle - A new era of Comprehensive Airman Fitness reached a milestone Nov. 11, 2017, with the first Air Force Alpha Warrior Final Battle.

Air Guard Dual Mission: Helping at Home and Abroad - Not long ago, Airmen from the 158th Airlift Squadron, Savannah, Georgia, were delivering supplies with their fleet of C-130H Hercules to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. But just a few weeks later, they find themselves on the other side of the world in Southwest Asia supporting Operation Inherent Resolve.

An Airman's Fight for Terminally Ill Son - November, Military Family Month, as designated by the Department of Defense, is a time to thank those who support service members for sacrifices that come with serving our country. For one Joint Base Charleston family, having a terminally ill child has required even more sacrifice, teamwork and dedication.

UN Seeks to Save Planet From Pollution Menace - Every part of the planet and every person is affected by pollution - the worlds largest killer - and while solutions are within reach, new policies, enhanced public and private sector leadership, redirected investments and massive funding are all desperately needed, the United Nations Environment Programme has said.

Famine May be Unfolding Right Now in Yemen - The United Nations relief wing on Friday warned of famine-like conditions unfolding in Yemen, as a blockade on aid and other essential goods by a Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels there enters its 12th day.

Air National Guard Strikes Hard at Combat Hammer Exercise - Airmen with Air National Guard units from Texas, New York, Iowa, Ohio, California, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Arkansas, and North Dakota supported and piloted MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicles during Operation Combat Hammer, the first operational air-to-ground weapons evaluation for the Air National Guard that includes the Reaper.

Pentagon Officials Address Korea, ISIS, Budget in News Conference - It is too soon to tell if there may be an opening for talks with North Korea about denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, Defense Department officials said today.

DoD Honors Top Civilian Employees in Pentagon Ceremony - Eight Defense Department employees received top departmental honors for their service, dedication and professionalism, and one of the honorees received the coveted DoD David O. Cook Excellence in Public Administration Award in the Pentagons Hall of Heroes today.

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