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France to reinforce military presence in Eastern Europe

France will strengthen the presence of its military in Eastern Europe after Russia’s recent strikes against Ukrainian civilians, Armed Force Minister Sébastien Lecornu announced on Wednesday. The decision was taken Monday evening at the Defence Council convened by French President Emmanuel Macron and based on the proposal of the Chief …

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Twelve European states poised to join Scholz’s anti-missile shield

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s Europe-wide air defence system is taking shape as 12 European countries have signed up as fears grow over using intercontinental ballistic missiles as the Ukraine war escalates. Scholz proposed his initiative to integrate the patchwork of European defence systems into a European missile shield to allow …

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EU warns Turkey on ties with Russia ahead of Erdogan-Putin meeting

The European Commission’s annual report on Turkey criticizes Ankara for increasing trade and financial relations with Russia, inviting Russian oligarchs to the country and undermining EU sanctions against Russia. The European Union is concerned with Ankara’s continued policy of non-alignment with restrictive measures against Russia and increased trade and financial …

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Iranian Regime Mouthpiece ‘Kayhan’: ‘Hundreds Of Iranian Combat Drones Were Exported To Russia – Just As Venezuela Benefited From Iranian Drones In The Past… For Some Time Now, Iranian Drones Have Been Operating Against NATO In Ukrainian Skies’

Kayhan: The Americans “Have Understood It Correctly – Iran Is Exporting Military Equipment To The Second Most Powerful Military In The World – The Russian Federation” Iranian Foreign Minister Abdollahian has on several occasions denied to his European counterparts that Iran is selling Iranian weapons, especially combat drones, to Russia …

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Germany at a crossroads over Sahel mission

Germany is questioning its military deployment in the Sahel region after anti-Western demonstrations in Niger and a fresh coup in Burkina Faso. There is some support for the Bundeswehr to continue its training mission. Germany’s parliament is debating its deployment of troops to Mali and other Sahel states that are …

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NATO To Hold Annual Nuclear Exercises Despite Russian Threats

NATO is set to hold its regular annual nuclear deterrence exercises next week amid Russian President Vladimir Putin’s repeated threats to use nuclear weapons. “This is routine training which happens every year to keep our deterrence safe, secure and effective,” NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg told reporters on Tuesday (11 October). …

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