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France Deploys Troops Globally in Counter-Extremism Fight - France is committed to stopping the spread of violent extremism and has deployed significant military resources worldwide in the fight, a French military official said here yesterday.

Central African Republic: UN-backed Plan Aims to Save 2.2 million Lives - The security situation has deteriorated markedly, particularly in the second half of 2016, with a growing number of hot spots.

UN Condemns Violence in South Sudan - Hundreds of people were killed in South Sudan during an outbreak of violence last July and more than 200 people were raped.

Strikes Hit ISIL Terrorists in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists in Syria and Iraq yesterday.

Sailor Endures Life's Ups and Downs - Respect or sailors and soldiers.

DoD Opens Online Exchange Shopping to Veterans - The Defense Department announced today that veterans will soon be able to shop online at military exchanges.

UN: Huge Disparities in Cost of a Hot Meal - A simple bowl of food in Malawi is much more expensive than that same meal in Davos.

Dire Need for Protection of Women and Girls in Aleppo - The health, hygiene and protection needs of women and girls displaced in Aleppo are staggering.

Navy, Marine Corps Significantly Stronger Today - Navy Secretary Ray Mabus said the Navy and Marine Corps is significantly stronger and significantly different today than they were when he took office nearly eight years ago.

DoD Officials Hail Iraqi Forces Progress in Eastern Mosul - Iraqi security forces today reached key buildings in eastern Mosul and raised the Iraqi flag there; an event that U.S. defense officials hailed as important progress in liberating the city from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

UN Vaccinates Millions of Children Against Measles in Nigeria - A United Nations-supported mass vaccination campaign is set to start tomorrow to protect more than 4.7 million children against a measles outbreak in conflict-affected states in north-eastern Nigeria.

UN: Syria Ceasefire Holding - While the ceasefire in Syria is largely holding, the United Nations envoy for the country cautioned today that the truce may be under threat as clashes in villages in the Wadi Barada valley has damaged water infrastructure and left more than five million people in and around Damascus facing water shortages.

U.S. Strikes Kill 3 Al-Qaida Operatives in Yemen - The U.S. military conducted strikes on al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula operatives in central Yemen on Dec. 29 and Jan. 8, according to a U.S. Central Command news release issued today.

UN: Cyprus Talks on Track - As the United Nations-facilitated talks on Cyprus went into their third day in Geneva ahead of an international conference tomorrow, the UN adviser on the issue has said the discussions are on track.

UN: Humanitarian Crisis in Mosul - The United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Iraq, Lise Grande, reported today on the conditions in Mosul, a city witnessing one of the largest urban military operations since the Second World War, warning that a proper humanitarian response, conditions that created the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant could remain.

Iraqis Liberate 70-80 Percent of East Mosul - Iraqi fighters, supported by the U.S.-led coalition formed to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, have retaken 70 to 80 percent of eastern Mosul from the terrorists, Task Force Strike Commander Army Col. Brett Sylvia said here today.

Security Council Condemns Terrorist Attack in Egypt - The Security Council has denounced the terrorist attack in Egypt yesterday that reportedly killed nine policemen and injured more than 13 people.

UN Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Afghanistan - The United Nations has condemned yesterday's terrorist attacks near the Parliament in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, and the residence of the Provincial Governor of Kandahar, calling for the perpetrators to be brought to justice.

Carter: DoD Remains Ready During Transition - As the Defense Department prepares to transition to new leadership, it remains ready to confront security challenges anywhere in the world.

Face of Defense: Soldier Comforts Families of Fallen - Military heroes.

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