Israel Bombs Airport, Syria Vows Revenge

Since the Syrian conflict officially began in 2011, the fighting has been largely focused on Syrian factions vying for power.

Though these factions are backed by foreign governments seeking to either remove or support Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, such governments have avoided officially directly attacking either the Syrian “rebels” or the Syrian Army

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Russia Hacking RAF bombers from completing their missions

RUSSIAN electronic units are forcing RAF bomber crews to abort missions over Syria by hacking into their systems, sources revealed last night.

Russia may be using electronic warfare to prevent RAF bombers from completing their missions

It is thought the attacks may be aimed at causing aircrews to hit wrong targets, leading to collateral

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Israeli Missiles Allegedly Hit Syria

Syria accused Israel of firing missiles early on Friday that struck near a major military airport west of Damascus, sparking a fire, and warned Israel of repercussions without specifying whether it would retaliate for the attack.

The attack was the third such incident recently, according to the

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China Astonished at Tillerson Remarks, Warnings of War

China’s state tabloid accused U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for secretary of state of “rabble rousing” and warned of “war,” after Rex Tillerson condemned Beijing’s construction of artificial islands in the South China Sea during his Senate confirmation hearing.

The Global Times editorial published Friday called Tillerson’s suggestion to block China’s

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IDF Soldiers Compromised by Hamas Social Engineering Attack

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The IDF has uncovered a Hamas network that posed as women on social networks luring in IDF soldiers and accessing sensitive army information and intelligence.

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Following reports by several soldiers of suspicious online activities, a joint IDF and Shin Bet operation was opened. Lasting several months, “Operation Hunter’s Network” identified dozens of

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U.S. Fires Warning Shots at Iranian Vessels

A US Navy ship fired warning shots at Iranian boats on Sunday near the Strait of Hormuz, US Defense officials said Monday.

Five Iranian vessels approached the USS Mahan and two other US ships that were entering the strait, according to accounts from four sources. The Strait of Hormuz is situated between the

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Pakistan Fires Its First Nuclear Submarine Missile

Pakistan fired its first submarine-launched cruise missile on Monday, the military said, a show of force for a country that sees its missile development as a deterrent against arch-foe India.

The launch of the nuclear-capable Babur-3 missile, which has a range of 450 km (280 miles) and was fired from an undisclosed location

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U.S. Tanks Rolling Into Germany to Give Russia Pause

NORTHERN GERMANY — U.S. Tanks rolled into Germany this weekend. The deployment — which also includes 3,500 U.S. Troops — is to protect Eastern Europe against a potential Russian invasion.

In the dock area of the German city of Bremerhaven all around is American military hardware just off the boat — everything from Humvees

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2017 NDAA Quietly Signed by Obama

Washington, D.C. – Last week, with Americans busy preparing for the holidays and mostly oblivious to the happenings within the halls of power, President Obama quietly signed 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) into law, which authorizes $611 billion in military spending for 2017.

In a statement, Obama said that:

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Israels “Flying Car” Nears Deployment

After 15 years of development, an Israeli tech firm is optimistic it will finally get its 1,500 kg (1.5 tonne) passenger carrying drone off the ground and into the market by 2020.

The Cormorant, billed as a flying car, is capable of transporting 500kg (around half a tonne) of weight and travelling at 185 km

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