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-The U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel informed the members of Congress that a limited military strike to deter Syria from the use of chemical weapons likely will cost tens of millions of dollars , but guided by past
15 Washington: US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel has called his Egyptian counterpart to discuss the current security situation in the country and progress on the political roadmap, said Pentagon Press Secretary George Little.
The House of Representatives at the hospital will be the 2nd 40th voted to repeal the "Europe Kee health" after lawmakers return home over a period of five weeks beginning the long summer vacation. The IRS prohibits execution "
The United States is closely observing the ongoing situation in Egypt and wants to see early fair and free elections there. U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has urged the head of Egypt’s armed forces, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, to
Before heading for Russia, US Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday met Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel in the first meeting of the two top officials at the Pentagon since they both took their respective offices.
A second U.S. warship redirected to the Asian Pacific. Pentagon Spokesperson George Little said : "On the Decatur and the Mccain, they have shown up at predetermined positions in the western Pacific, where they
The UN has expressed fears that the situation in Korea is spinning out of control and is approaching the point of no return as reported in theaustralian.com.au of dated 3rd of April 2013. The UN Secretary General Ban ki-Moon made
The US Air Force appears all set to stand by South Korea in case of any foreign aggression, possibly from North Korea. In order to convey a message to the North Korean leadership, the United States Air Force has flown B-52 bombers in South
The United States and Afghan officials have been negotiating several deals for the last couple of months to ensure the safety and security of Afghan people after the withdrawal of US-led coalition troops from the war-ravaged
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has ordered a review of the Distinguished Warfare Medal, which was to be awarded to personnel who operate drones and use other technological skills to fight America's wars from afar. Pentagon press secretary George