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The Daily Star Why add to something that is not supposed to exist? The something in question is the Unites States' prison in Guantanamo Bay, for which the Pentagon recently requested $49 million in extra funding. Despite Barack Obama's promise in
John Kelly said budget cuts to the Defense Department will reduce U.S. military efforts to stop drug trafficking. Washington (CNN) -- Pentagon budget cuts will severely reduce U.S. military efforts to stop the illegal trafficking of drugs and people
The top U.S. commander in South America says budget cuts will dramatically slash U.S. efforts to seize illegal drug shipments at sea, reducing the number of ships at his disposal for counter-drug operations from about six to possibly zero...John
As a result, Costa Rican officials say, the country whose laidback national slogan is "pura vida" pure life is poorly equipped to battle ruthless and well-equipped Mexican drug cartels...Costa Rica's skies and waters while also providing millions of
The Harris Corp. reports it's supplying a range of tactical radios to countries working with the U.S. military to stop international drug trafficking...Harris, however, said they are international partners of U.S...The orders are part of a four-year
Senate votes in favor of Panama, rather than Nicaragua, as site for a canal through Central America. Panama declares independence from Colombia and the Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty is signed granting the U.S. a narrow strip of land across the Isthmus of
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Two Navy sailors have been stripped of their security clearances and pulled off their regular jobs, but they have yet to be charged in the prostitution scandal in Colombia that ensnared members of the U.S. military and Secret Service six months ago.
In an effort to explain why he loves a nonpaying and often thankless problem-solving job involving a potential constituency of more than a million people, Stephen Gergatz of Sarasota uncorks an anecdote about a Hungarian expatriate he calls "
Southern Command, and Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina attend a meeting at the Presidential House in Guatemala City August 28, 2012. The United States military is ramping up anti-drug trafficking efforts in Guatemalan and Honduran waters to