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UN says South Sudan troops killed 232 civilians, raped 120 women in spring
The United Nations human rights agency says at least 232 civilians have lost their lives and 120 women and girls raped this spring during attacks launched by South Sudan government soldiers and their allied forces in opposition-held rural areas.
Three civilians shot dead by Indian troops in Kashmir
Three demonstrators, including a teenage girl, have been shot dead by Indian troops in Indian-controlled Kashmir, as tensions are escalating in the volatile region ahead of the anniversary of the killing of a popular separatist commander.
US mulls over withdrawing troops from Germany
The US is reportedly examining options for a large-scale withdrawal or transportation of its forces stationed in Germany.
Malaysia withdrawing troops from Saudi-led military coalition: Defense minister
Malaysia says it is pulling its troops out of the Saudi-led military coalition, which has been relentlessly pounding impoverished Yemen in an imposed war for the past three years.
Army troops dismantle Israeli spying devices in southern Lebanon
Lebanese government forces have identified and dismantled a network of Israeli spying devices in the country’s southern province of Nabatieh.
Syria says US-led strike hits troops in east, US denies
Syrian state media reported Monday that an airstrike against pro-government forces in the far east of the country caused casualties, an attack that Iraqi officials said killed at least 25 paramilitaries and was just across the border from its own territory.
Russian troops to stay in Syria as long as needed: Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Moscow has no immediate plans for withdrawing troops from Syria, stressing that his country’s military forces would remain in the war-ravaged Arab country as long as it is in Russia’s interests.
South Korea wants US troops to stay regardless of North treaty
South Korea said on Wednesday the issue of US troops stationed in the South is unrelated to any future peace treaty with North Korea and that American forces should stay even if such an agreement is signed.
Syrian government troops unearth mass grave near capital Damascus
Syrian government forces have discovered a mass grave containing the bodies of dozen people executed by members of foreign-sponsored Takfiri terrorist groups near the country’s capital Damascus.
NATO to deploy 35,000 troops in largest-ever drills in Norway
A total of 30 countries will send some 35,000 soldiers, more than 120 aircraft, 70 ships and 10,000 vehicles to the largest-ever drills held by NATO in Norway, sources in the military alliance have announced.
Trump 'persuaded not to pull out immediately' from Syria: Officials
Some US officials say President Donald Trump has been persuaded not to withdraw troops from Syria immediately, despite his recent announcement that the United States would "be coming out of Syria very soon.”
Iran: Exit of foreign troops, prelude to Afghanistan peace
A top Iranian diplomat described withdrawal of the foreign military forces from Afghanistan as a beginning to establish peace in the war-hit country.
Syrian army troops gain more ground in Eastern Ghouta
The Syrian government forces have managed to make further advances on the terrorists’ lines in militant-held Eastern Ghouta near the capital Damascus, tightening the noose around the foreign-backed terror groups, which have held captive several hundred thousands of people in the flashpoint enclave.
Syrian troops cut major roads in suburbs of Damascus
Syrian government forces succeeded Saturday in their deepest push yet into the eastern suburbs of the capital Damascus, cutting off a major highway that made it hard to move between three parts of the terror-held area, and inflicting a major blow to terrorists there.
Thousands of US troops in Israel for joint military drill
Thousands of US troopers have been stationed in Israel to participate in a joint military exercise with Israeli forces amid escalating tensions in the region.

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