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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday two options on the destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons are being explored by the United States and its allies, Earlier this week, Albania rejected a U.S. request to host the weapons
The United States and its allies are exploring two options to destroy chemical weapons in Syria said on Monday the Secretary of the U.S. State, John Kerry, after Albania has accepted a request to host the process of destruction.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the U.S. will continue to provide two Patriot missile batteries in Turkey for another year as part of that country's air defenses while the civil war rages on in Syria. Pentagon spokesman Carl Woog says Hagel met
The students blocked the street and showed their discontent with the Socialist-led government by performing sketches, wearing gas masks. They symbolized the poisonous politics that Bulgarian society is subjected to...They also initiated a partial
25 Washington: US Vice President Joe Biden begins an official visit to Panama from Monday for meetings on the expansion of the canal, which could have major impact on US ports. During his visit, Biden will also meet Panamanian President Ricardo
Syrian opposition on Saturday said that President Bashar al-Assad's forces continued their offensive against rebels positioned along a major highway linking the capital with the coast, a strategic route may be used in the transfer of
Albania About 5,000 people in Albania are protesting a reported plan for Syrian chemical weapons to be destroyed in their country. "No to chemical weapons!" the demonstrators chanted Thursday outside Parliament and the prime minister's office in
Israel's Security Cabinet is expected to recommend that the distribution of gas masks to the civilian public be halted. Senior defense officials on Monday recommended to the Cabinet that the production and distribution of gas masks to the general
However, IDF sources have refrained from being overly optimistic on the matter.
Reaction to Marine murder verdict Many of the papers have been reacting to the conviction of a Royal Marine who murdered an injured Afghan insurgent. The Daily Mail says on its front page that British troops are "stunned" after the marine was found