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Protesters in Niger Call for U.S. Military Exit as Russian Force Arrives

Trainers and equipment from Russia landed in the West African nation this week, putting the continued presence of 1,000 U.S.…

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A Look at Iran’s Military Capabilities as It Threatens Israel

The possibility of a direct military confrontation between Iran and Israel has brought renewed attention to Iran’s armed forces. What…

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Myanmar Rebels Take Key Trading Town, but Counteroffensive Looms

The fall of Myawaddy, on the Thai border, was one of the most significant gains by resistance forces since a…

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Israel Announces New Operation Against Hamas, After Killing Top Leader’s Sons

The Israeli military announced what it called a precise operation to kill members of Hamas in Gaza on Thursday, a…

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Bill in Congress Would Force Action on U.S. Troops’ Blast Exposure

The Pentagon would be required to modify weapons, update safety guidelines, train medical staff and track individual troops’ exposure to…

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Which Countries Are the Biggest Suppliers to Israel’s Military?

Mounting international condemnation of the civilian suffering wrought by Israel’s military offensive in Gaza has put a spotlight on countries…

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Workers Comb Devastated Al-Shifa Hospital for Bodies

United Nations workers and Gazan health officials returned to Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City on Monday to beginburying the unidentified…

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Israel says it recovered the body of a hostage who was taken from a kibbutz on Oct. 7.

Israel’s military said on Saturday that it had recovered the body of a man who was taken hostage from one…

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Gaza War Turns Spotlight on Long Pipeline of U.S. Weapons to Israel

President Biden sends arms to Israel under an Obama-era $38 billion aid agreement that runs until 2026. Israel’s purchases include…

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Challenged by Uprising, Myanmar Junta Cracks Down Harder

The country’s military rulers have signaled a new wave of detentions and, rights groups say, conditions for existing prisoners have…

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