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Stratcom Detects North Korean Missile Launch - The North American Aerospace Defense Command determined the missile launch from North Korea did not pose a threat to North America.

Mattis to Attend NATO Meeting, Munich Conference - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will embark next week on his second trip as secretary to attend a NATO Defense Ministerial and the Munich Security Conference, according to a DoD news release issued today.

South Sudan is Africa's Largest Refugee Crisis - With already more than 3.5 million displaced within and outside the borders of South Sudan and thousands more driven to neighbouring countries every day, the United Nations refugee agency has appealed for an urgent peaceful resolution to what has now become Africa's worst refugee crisis.

Mike Pence Tells West Point Cadets America Honors Their Service - Pence emphasized that the nation needs the service of its military officers now more than ever.

Counter-ISIL Forces Prepare to Drive Terrorists From Raqqa - There is no set date to retake the city.

Central African Republic: UN Condemns Forceful Entry into Hospital - Denouncing forceful entry by armed individuals into a hospital in the Central African Republic's restive PK5 neighbourhood with the intention to kill some of the patients, a senior United Nations humanitarian official has emphasized that such incidents are in violation of the international humanitarian law.

Mattis Discusses Defense Relationship in Call With Senior Pakistani General - Mattis recognized the significant sacrifices the Pakistan military has made in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas.

More Troops Needed to Break Afghan Stalemate - A few thousand more troops for the train, advise and assist mission in Afghanistan would help to break what is now a stalemate with the Taliban.

U.S.-Russian Officials Conduct Video Conference on Syrian Airspace Safety - Senior Defense Department and Russian officials held a video conference today to discuss flight safety to mitigate possible incidents in the skies over Syria.

U.S. Airstrikes Kill 11 al-Qaida Terrorists in Syria - U.S. forces have struck multiple meeting locations, an established basic training camp and four leaders since the beginning of the year.

Cooperation Highlights Mattis Conversation With Indian Counterpart - In his first phone conversation with Indian Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis committed to build upon the tremendous progress in bilateral defense cooperation made in recent years.

$2 Billion Needed to Stave Off Famin in Yemen - Without international support, they may face the threat of famine in the course of 2017.

Mattis, Mexican Military Leaders Discuss Bilateral Relationship - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis spoke by phone with Mexican military leaders yesterday.

ISIL in West Mosul Faces Choice: Surrender or Die - As Iraqi security forces prepare to liberate West Mosul, coalition strikes are pounding ISIL targets.

Russia, Turkey, Iran and UN Hash Out Details of Monitoring Regime for Syria Ceasefire - The delegations of Russia, Turkey and Iran as well as United Nations representatives held their first meeting yesterday to discuss the establishment of a ceasefire implementation regime in Syria.

U.S., Japan Intercept Ballistic Missile in Test - Based on preliminary data the test met its primary objective.

Mattis and Canadian Defense Minister Meet at Pentagon - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis hosted Canada Minister of National Defense Harjit Sajjan at the Pentagon today

UN Condemns Israel's Illegal Settlements in West Bank - Continued settlement activity poses a grave threat to Palestinians right to self-determination.

UN: Early Cancer Diagnosis Can Save Lives - Early cancer diagnosis saves lives and cuts treatment costs, the United Nations health agency today said, particularly in developing countries where the majority of cancer cases are diagnosed too late.

UN Fights to End Female Genital Mutilation - Female genital mutilation denies women and girls their dignity and causes needless pain and suffering.


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