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Kurd referendum: Turkey plans security steps over Iraqi Kurdish vote

Turkey, home to the largest Kurdish population in the region and fighting a Kurdish insurgency on its soil, has warned that any break-up of neighbouring Iraq or Syria could lead to a global conflict.

NATO chief welcomes Trump’s new approach

Stoltenberg said he agrees with Trump that all NATO members need to increase defense spending so there is “fair burden sharing.” Stoltenberg said Turkey is looking into the possibility of buying air defense systems from France and Italy in addition to the one it recently purchased from Russia.

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Pakistan prepares tough diplomatic policy for US, says report

“The last option may include a ban on using Pakistani land for North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) supplies to Afghanistan,” according to the newspaper. However, the policy will be implemented after the approval of National Security Committee.

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Afghanistan mulls plan to arm 20,000 civilians to fight insurgents

“The Afghan government’s expansion of irregular forces could have enormously dangerous consequences for civilians,” said Patricia Gossman, a senior researcher at Human Rights Watch.

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North Korean threat highlights NATO missile shield ‘weak link’

To shoot down a ballistic missile from North Korea would require a new generation of interceptor, the Block II, which is still in development. It is capable of downing ballistic rockets earlier and at a much higher altitude.

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North Korea’s ‘global threat’ requires global response, says NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg

“We call on Korea to abandon its nuclear programmes, it’s missile programmes, and to refrain from more testing, because this is a blatant violation of several UN security resolutions and it’s a threat to international peace and stability.”

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NATO’s Stoltenberg says Nouth Korea’s ‘reckless behaviour’ requires global response

NATO is not directly involved in the crisis, which saw Pyongyang carry out its sixth and most powerful nuclear test a week ago, but has repeatedly called on North Korea to abandon its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes.

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Germany warns citizens against Turkey travel after spate of arrests of German nationals

The advice falls short of a formal travel warning, issued for war-afflicted countries like Afghanistan, Iraq or Yemen, which would make obtaining travel insurance harder.

Donald Trump reaffirms commitment to defend United States and allies

“The two leaders condemned North Korea’s continued destabilizing and provocative actions, confirmed the two countries’ ironclad mutual defense commitments, and pledged to continue close cooperation,” the statement said.

Australian military probes ‘rumours’ of possible war crimes in Afghanistan

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported in July on an alleged cover-up of the killing of an Afghan boy as well as hundreds of pages of leaked defence force documents relating to the secretive operations of the country’s special forces.

Russia rejects allegations that it will use war games to launch invasions on Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine

A total of almost 13,000 Russian and Belarussian servicemen and almost 700 pieces of military hardware will be used in the Zapad 2017 exercises next month, Russian news agencies cited Russian Deputy Defence Minister Alexander Fomin as saying.

Russia sends new submarines to Mediterranean Sea

In December last year President Vladimir Putin signed an order to expand the naval base at Tartus and allow Russian warships into Syrian waters. Russian submarines used in the region are covered from Syria by Moscow’s S-300 and S-400 missile systems and its Bastion coastal defence system.

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Cut Pakistan aid, revoke major non-NATO ally status, say US lawmakers

Congressman Ted Poe has a legislation pending in US Congress that calls for designating Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism and revoking its major non-NATO ally status. Congressman Kevin Cramer, too, applauded Trump for applying pressure on Pakistan.

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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomes new US approach to Afghanistan

NATO has 12,000 troops in Afghanistan, and 15 countries have pledged more, Stoltenberg said.

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NATO soldiers suppress attempted insider attack in Afghanistan

Romanian soldiers from the NATO-led Resolute Support mission in Afghanistan killed an Afghan policeman who was trying to carry out an insider attack after a training session in the southern province of Kandahar on Saturday.