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Mattis Meets with Turkish Defense Minister - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis met with Turkish Defense Minister Nurettin Canikli today at the NATO Defense Ministerial in Brussels, Pentagon chief spokesperson Dana W. White said in a statement following the meeting.

Trump Warns North Korean Leader Not to Underestimate U.S.-South Korean Will - President Donald J. Trump warned North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un tonight not to underestimate the will and power of the United States and urged him to rid his country of nuclear weapons.

Attacks Against Places of Worship in Afghanistan Rise Sharply - Afghanistan has seen a sharp increase in attacks against places of worship, religious leaders and worshippers, with civilian casualties since 2016 representing nearly double the cumulative number of the preceding seven years, the United Nations mission in the country said Tuesday in a special report.

General Cites Iraqi Forces Confidence, Ability in Liberating Qaim - As the Iraqi flag flew over Qaims border to boast the Iraqi towns liberation from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, it signaled a milestone in the defeat of ISIS as a physical caliphate, a senior coalition officer told Pentagon reporters today.

North Korea Situation Requires Worldwide Action, Trump Says - North Korea constitutes a worldwide threat that requires worldwide action, President Donald J. Trump said today in a press conference with South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the Blue House in Seoul.

Night Work: Mechanics Keep Helos Flying in the Sunlight - The maintenance team from the Armys 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment has been working nonstop in Puerto Rico since they flew in from Fort Bliss, Texas, Oct. 9.

Navy, International Entomologists Collaborate to Fight Malaria - The principal tasks of the malaria reduction efforts directed by the President Malaria Initiative include distributing insecticide-treated bed nets, indoor residual spraying and anti-malarial drugs.

Mattis Praises Finland's Contributions to Democracy - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis applauded Finlands contributions to democracy and global security today after meeting with the countrys most-senior government official.

UN Will Walk with Haiti on Path Towards Sustainable Development - United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed and UN Special Envoy for Haiti Josette Sheeran wrapped up a three-day visit to the island on Sunday, pledging more help to defeat cholera and assist the Government in achieving the broader aims of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Officials Release Details of Latest Strikes Against ISIS Terrorists in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, conducting 14 strikes consisting of 33 engagements Nov. 4-5, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Marine Balances Multiple Responsibilities - Life in the military is a path not many people take, and even fewer take the road of becoming a U.S. Marine.

UN: People Without Nationality Face Stark Realities of Discrimination - Discrimination, exclusion and persecution are stark realities for many of the worlds stateless minorities, the United Nations refugee agency warned in a new report, calling for immediate action to secure equal nationality rights for all.

UN Vows to Give Visibility to Victims of Sexual Exploitation - Briefing the press at United Nations Headquarters in New York for the first time, the first-ever UN advocate for the rights of victims of sexual exploitation and abuse on Friday highlighted her role to give those who have suffered visibility and amplify their voices.

President Talks to Troops at Yokota Air Base - U.S. and Japanese service members standing shoulder to shoulder have made Yokota Air Base one of the most capable operational bases in Japan and in the world, President Donald J. Trump said in a troop talk there, today.

Iraqi Forces Liberate Qaim, Key Border Crossing - Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials congratulated Iraqs government and its security forces today on their victory against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria in Iraqs Qaim district, located in western Anbar province, U.S. Central Command officials announced in a news release.

Military Strikes Continue Against ISIS in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria yesterday, conducting six strikes consisting of 15 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Mattis to Visit Europe for NATO, Northern Group Meetings - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will depart Nov. 5 on a five-day trip to reaffirm key partnerships and alliances in Europe, a Defense Department spokesperson said today.

Suspected Cholera Cases in Crisis-torn Yemen Near 900,000 - Already struggling to cope with a dire humanitarian crisis, war-torn Yemen is now facing the fastest-growing cholera epidemic ever recorded, with some 895,000 suspected cases as of 1 November, the United Nations relief wing reported Thursday.

UN Concludes ISIL Committed International crimes During Mosul Battle - The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant perpetrated serious and systematic violations in Iraq that amount to international crimes during the nine-month battle for Mosul between the terrorist group and Iraqi Government forces, a United Nations report has concluded.

Navy Committed to Correcting Mistakes That Led to Collisions, Deaths - The chief of Naval Operations said today that the collisions in the Pacific that killed 10 sailors aboard the USS Fitzgerald and seven sailors aboard the USS McCain were entirely preventable, and the service is committed to correcting the actions that led to the accidents.

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