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U.S. Air Base Reconnaissance

U.S. Air Base Reconnaissance "A B-201" Niger ... The shadow war base against terrorism.

A new pattern of U.S. air operations is emerging in West Africa and a site that seems to have a great horizon in the world of war and politics, it's…

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U.S. Navy christens newest aircraft carrier.

U.S. Navy christens newest aircraft carrier.

The U.S. Navy has christened its newest Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier, USS John F. Kennedy (CVN 79), during a ceremony on Saturday, December. 6, at the Newport News Shipbuilding.…

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U.S. Air Force bomber conducts low pass over Saudi air base.

U.S. Air Force bomber conducts low pass over Saudi air base.

A U.S. Air Force long-range heavy bomber B-52H Stratofortress, accompanied by four Saudi Arabian F-15C Eagle fighter jets, conducted low pass over Prince Sultan Air Base in Saudi Arabia’s central…

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U.S. Army to test a next generation ballistic missile this month

U.S. Army to test a next generation ballistic missile this month

The U.S. Army is set to test a next generation ballistic missile this month, which will leverage current launchers and be capable of achieving greater ranges than current technology, according…

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UK Foreign Office Minister Hugh Robertson meets injured protesters and emphasises UK support for Libyan security, justice and defence

FCO Minister of State for the Middle East and North Africa, Hugh Robertson, arrived in Tripoli on Monday for his first visit to Libya since taking up the position last month. His visit focused on the UK’s support for the Libyan security, justice and defence sectors.

During his time in Tripoli, Mr Robertson met the Libyan Prime Minister, the Deputy Foreign Minister and the Justice Minister. Today Mr Robertson visited a Tripoli hospital and met with a number of injured protesters and their families.

Speaking at Tripoli Central Hospital, Mr Robertson said:

I’ve met several people here who were hurt while demonstrating over the last few days and I’ve been humbled by their courage and determination in standing up for what they believe. This underlines the urgent need to strengthen the Libyan Army and the Libyan Police and for them to take responsibility for security and law and order. I’m here today to reiterate the UK Government’s support for the Libyan people and to the Libyan security, justice and defence sectors which are essential to ensuring a more stable, democratic and prosperous Libya. I’ve also been discussing with Libyan leaders the need for all sides to work together on an inclusive political settlement to ensure Libya’s democratic transition.

During his visit, Mr Robertson discussed the current political, security and economic situation, and looking at how the UK can further assist the Libyan Government and General National Congress in overcoming the challenges Libya faces.

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