Philippine, US troops to hold naval exercises9th September 2014Thousands of troops from the Philippines and the United States will stage naval exercises in western and northern Philippines later this month, a military official said Tuesday. Philippine Navy Public Affairs Officer ...
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EU ready to impose new sanctions on Russia within one week31st August 2014The European Unions leaders decided early Sunday to give Russia one week to de-escalate Ukraine crisis, or they will impose tougher sanctions on Russia otherwise, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy told a news ...
US military conducts more airtrikes against Islamic State targets31st August 2014US fighter aircraft and unmanned drones have struck the Islamic State (IS) militants near Iraq's Mosul Dam, said the US Central Command in a statement, published on its official website. "US military forces continued to ...
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Russia closes 12 McDonald`s branches, inspects 10030th August 2014Russia has temporarily closed 12 branches of McDonalds on health grounds and is carrying out more than 100 inspections, the US fast food chain said Friday. Russia has cracked down on McDonalds this month, closing three ...
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