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Iran Poses Threat to Centcom Area of Responsibility - Iran an existential threat to America.

Next Intra-Syrian Talks Set for Late March - The next round of the United Nations-facilitated intra-Syrian talks is expected to convene on 23 March to discuss issues related to governance, constitution, elections and counter terrorism, the UN Special Envoy for Syria has said.

DoD Implements Expanded Drug Testing for Military Applicants - Drug testing for all applicants for military service is expanding to include the same 26-drug panel used for active military members, the Defense Department's director of drug testing and program policy said.

ISIS on Trajectory Toward Lasting Defeat - Despite a long road ahead for the U.S.led coalition in its fight to counter the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, the enemy is being degraded by every measure and is on a trajectory to lasting defeat, a defense official told reporters on background today.

Afghanistan: UN Condemns Terrorist Attack on Kabul Military Hospital - Afghanistan has been in protracted conflict for more than three decades, which has seen an ever growing number of civilians killed and poverty reduction and development efforts seriously hampered.

UN Marks 'International Women's Day' - As the rights of women and girls around the world are being reduced and restricted, the United Nations today marked International Women's Day with calls for empowering and educating women and girls to reach gender equality in the work place.

Mattis Meets With Israeli Defense Minister - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis met today with Israeli Minister of Defense Avigdor Lieberman to discuss in detail the U.S.-Israeli defense relationship, Pentagon spokesman Navy Capt. Jeff Davis said in a statement.

Pacom Deploys Defensive Anti-Missile System to Korean Peninsula - U.S. Pacific Command has deployed the first elements of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system, known as THAAD, to South Korea.

Mattis Reaffirms U.S. Commitment in Call With Japan Defense Minister - Mad Dog Mattis on the ball.

Dunford Discusses Syria With Turkish, Russian Counterparts - The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is meeting with his Russian and Turkish counterparts here today to discuss the situation in northern Syria.

New Army Jungle Wear Gives Trench Foot the Boot - The standard-issue combat boot that most soldiers wear today -- the one most commonly worn in Iraq and Afghanistan -- is great for sandy dunes, hot dry weather and asphalt. But it's proven to be not so good in hot and wet environments. So the Army has developed a new jungle boot that some soldiers will see this year.

NASA Orbiter Steers Clear of Mars Moon Phobos - NASA's MAVEN spacecraft performed a previously unscheduled maneuver this week to avoid a collision in the near future with Mars' moon Phobos.

NuSTAR Spots Temperature Swings of Black Hole Winds - For the first time, scientists have measured rapidly varying temperatures in hot gas emanating from around a black hole.

UN Condemns Boko Haram Terror in Chad - The United Nations Security Council is today in Chad, as part of a four-country visit to shine a spotlight on the ongoing humanitarian challenges in the Lake Chad Basin region and draw international attention to the plight of about 11 million people.

UN Agencies Supporting Kenyans in Drought-hit Areas - The United Nations humanitarian chief today urged international support for the estimated 2.7 million people in parts of Kenya who urgently need food and water following the onset of a severe drought.

15,000 Children Flee West Mosul Over Past Week - Some 15,000 children have over the previous week fled the western section of Iraqs Mosul city where fighting between the Government forces and terrorists is intensifying by the day.

Intra Syrian Talks Conclude in Geneva - The United Nations facilitated intra Syrian talks are moving in the right direction.

U.S. Conducts Second Day of Strikes Against Terrorists in Yemen - The U.S. military conducted precision strikes today in Yemen against al Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula to target the dangerous terrorist group that is intent on attacking the West, a Pentagon spokesman said.

U.S., South Korea Launch Annual Foal Eagle Exercise - U.S. and South Korean military members joined together March 1 to participate in exercise Foal Eagle 2017.

UN Condemns Firing of Rocket From Gaza Towards Israel - Condemning a rocket fired from Gaza towards Israel, a senior United Nations envoy has called on all parties to exercise maximum restraint and avoid escalation of the situation.

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