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Mattis: North Korea Sanctions Are Working - U.N. Security Council sanctions targeting North Korea missile and nuclear tests are working, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said yesterday during an informal briefing with members of the press.

Tennessee Air Guard Imagery Analysis Supports Hurricane Relief Effort - Members of the Tennessee Air National Guards 118th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group based at Joint Base Berry Field here are supporting the Federal Emergency Management Agencys relief efforts in response to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

Inherent Resolve Strikes Target ISIS in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces have continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, conducting 94 strikes consisting of 126 engagements in Iraq and Syria over the last two days, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

U.S., Japanese, South Korean Aircraft Conduct Show of Force Flights - U.S. Air Force and Marine Corps aircraft joined Japanese and South Korean military aircraft in a sequenced show of force over the Korean Peninsula yesterday in response to North Koreas Sept. 14 launch of an intermediate range ballistic missile over Japan.

UN: Global Hunger Rising Again - The number of people hungry around the world is up for the first time in more than a decade, says a new United Nations report issued today, pointing to violent conflicts and climate change as the major drivers.

Rohingya Crisis One of the Fastest Growing in Recent Years - The humanitarian situation in parts of Bangladesh sheltering hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees continues to deteriorate, making the crisis one of the fastest growing refugee crises of recent years, according to the United Nations.

UN-supported Campaign to Immunize Rohingya Children - As thousands of Rohingya refugees - including many children - having fled violence in Myanmar continue to arrive in Bangladesh, a United Nations-supported vaccination campaign has been initiated to prevent the spread of potentially deadly diseases.

UN Chief Shocked by Violence in Congo - Expressing shock and sadness over the violent death of numerous Burundian nationals - among them likely refugees and asylum seekers - in Kamanyola town, eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, the United Nations refugee agency called for an investigation into the incident.

Defense Secretary Speaks With Japanese Counterpart - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis spoke by phone with Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera on the evening of Sept. 14 following the latest North Korean missile launch, Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Rob Manning said in a readout yesterday.

Russian Strike Wounds Syrian Democratic Forces Troops - At approximately 12:30 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time today, Russian forces struck a target east of the Euphrates River in Syria near Dayr Az Zawr, causing injuries to coalition partner forces, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials announced.

DoD Detains U.S. Citizen who Surrendered in Syria - The Defense Department is legally detaining as a known enemy combatant an American citizen who turned himself over to the Syrian Democratic Forces this week, Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Rob Manning said here today.

DoD: Full Range of Capabilities Available Against North Korean Threat - The U.S. Pacific Command detected and tracked what it assessed as a single North Korean ballistic missile launch yesterday at 5:57 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Rob Manning said here today.

President, First Lady Praise Air Force Members, Families - Celebrating the 70th birthday of the U.S. Air Force, President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump saluted airmen and their families during their visit this afternoon to Joint Base Andrews in Maryland.

UN Condemns North Korea Ballistic Missile Launch - Condemning the launch of yet another ballistic missile by the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres called on the countrys leadership to halt such activities and explore resumption of sincere dialogue on denuclearisation.

Florida Air Guardsmen Assist Elderly at Florida Shelters - When disaster strikes, first responders jump into action at a moments notice. When Hurricane Irma sent hundreds of civilians into special-needs shelters here, moments weren't long enough.

Marines Assist Irma Relief Efforts in Caribbean, Florida - Since the beginning of the Hurricane Irma disaster relief effort, Marines have successfully evacuated 1,600 citizens stranded on Caribbean islands that took Irmas full impact, and delivered more than 52,000 pounds of supplies and equipment here.

Nigeria: Famine Averted but Millions Still at Risk - Noting important progress in delivering life-saving aid to millions in north-east Nigeria, the top United Nations humanitarian official underscored that international assistance to people suffering amid the crisis must not dwindle.

Soldiers Continue to Support Irma Response - The Army -- including active duty, Reserve, and National Guard members -- remains involved in, or is prepared to support state, territory, or other federal agencies such as the Federal Emergency Management Agency, as part of Hurricane Irma relief operations in the continental United States and the Caribbean, Army spokesperson Cynthia O. Smith said today in a statement.

Mattis Begins Nuclear-Focused Trip - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis left this morning on a three-day nuclear-focused trip that comes during ongoing reviews of the U.S. nuclear posture and ballistic missile defense.

Wisconsin Guard, Other State Units, Contribute to Irma Response - As the nation marked the 16th anniversary of the terror attacks in New York City, the Pentagon and Shanksville, Pennsylvania, more than 2,500 Wisconsin National Guard troops began loading up into military trucks or aircraft, as they made their way to Florida to assist Hurricane Irma relief efforts.

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