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    U.S. Warships Enter Disputed Waters of South China Sea as Tensions With China Escalate

    The move comes as a war of words between the United States and China over the...

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    The Deadly Losharik Submarine Fire and Russia's Secret Undersea Agenda

    Few want to talk about how 14 sailors met their deaths on a Russian engineering marvel....

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    German Military Laptop Sold on eBay Included Classified Missile Information

    The computer was probably decommissioned years ago, but its hard drive held information relating to a...

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    Pompeo Says Iran Posed Continued Threat to the U.S.: Live Updates

    The U.S. secretary of state was pressed on Tuesday to justify the timing of an airstrike...

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    A Jungle Airstrip Stirs Suspicions About China’s Plans for Cambodia

    The Chinese military’s “string of pearls” strategy depends on far-flung regional outposts. Some think Cambodia is...

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    China Commissions 2nd Aircraft Carrier, Challenging U.S. Dominance

    A significant milestone in Xi Jinping’s ambitious drive to turn China into a naval power able...

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    Pervez Musharraf, Former Pakistani Leader, Sentenced to Death

    The Pakistani court’s sentence is unlikely to be carried out because Mr. Musharraf is no longer...

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    U.S. Secretly Expelled Chinese Officials Suspected of Spying After Breach of Military Base

    Chinese Embassy officials trespassed onto a Virginia base that is home to Special Operations forces. Their...

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    Chilean Air Force Finds Debris Believed to Be From Missing Cargo Plane

    The military said that debris was being recovered to determine whether it belonged to the plane,...

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    Chile Plane Bound for Antarctica Goes Missing With 38 Aboard

    The plane was on a maintenance mission to a Chilean base on Antarctica when it lost...

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    Iran Is Secretly Moving Missiles Into Iraq, U.S. Officials Say

    The buildup of a hidden arsenal of short-range missiles is the latest sign that American efforts...

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    In Tense Exchange, Trump and Macron Put Forth Dueling Visions for NATO

    President Trump said a warning from President Emmanuel Macron of France that Europe could no longer...

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    Airstrike and Artillery Shelling Kill Civilians in Syrian Towns

    Thirteen civilians were killed in a strike on a market in a rebel-held town and eight...

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    NATO Readies a 70th Birthday Party, With Low-Key Celebrations

    A short meeting of the alliance’s leaders in London is meant to avoid conflict, but there...

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    North Korea Says It Carried Out ‘Very Important Test’ at Missile-Engine Site

    The announcement came as North Korea has escalated a pressure campaign on the United States to...

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    Protesters Killed and Cleric’s House Bombed in Deepening Iraqi Chaos

    It remained unclear who killed a dozen protesters and bombed the home of the antigovernment cleric...

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    NATO Offers Trump a Budget Bonbon as Summit Nears

    The United States and Germany will now pay the same amount into the military alliance’s relatively...

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    Sweden Investigates Iraq Defense Chief for War Crimes and Fraud

    Iraq’s defense minister is under investigation for crimes against humanity and for claiming Swedish social benefits...

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    Helicopter Crash in Mali Kills 13 French Troops

    The midair collision of two helicopters was the deadliest incident in decades for the French military....

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    U.S. Commander Warns of Iranian Attack in Middle East

    A top general said that America’s addition of 14,000 troops in the Persian Gulf since the...

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    Merkel and Macron Publicly Clash Over NATO

    With relations at a new low, Chancellor Angela Merkel berated President Emmanuel Macron over his comments...

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    BTS, the K-Pop Superstars, Must Serve in South Korea’s Military

    Able-bodied men in the country must register to spend about two years in the armed forces,...

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    At Last Minute, South Korea Holds Off on Leaving Intelligence Pact With Japan

    The United States had pushed the two nations to remain in the agreement, which helps gather...

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    ‘I Am Not a Witch’: Victims Testify on Ex-President’s Brutal Roundups

    Gambia’s former president ordered people he accused of “witchcraft” to be kidnapped and tortured. The victims...

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    Israel Kills Senior Islamic Jihad Commander in Gaza

    The Israeli strike prompted a wave of rocket attacks by Gaza militants after a period of...

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    How Did Armistice Day Become Veterans Day in the United States?

    The holiday, which originally marked the end of World War I, was broadened in the 1950s...

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    Russia Raided a Physics Institute. Kremlin Watchers Are Mystified.

    The armed operation targeting scientists in Moscow prompted outrage and questions about over-the-top actions by the...

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    ISIS Fighters Attack Outpost in Tajikistan

    The violence points to the resilience of the Islamic State and its longstanding aim to spread...

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    Mali Says 54 Are Killed in Jihadist Attack on Army

    At least 53 soldiers and one civilian died in one of the deadliest attacks to hit...

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    Turkey Wants Refugees to Move to a ‘Safe Zone.’ It’s a Tough Sell.

    With forces from the Assad regime deploying in their old lands, Syrians are afraid to go...