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Pentagon: US military to stay in Syria 'as long as we need to'
The US military said it plans to stay in Syria as long as necessary to ensure the Daesh terror group does not return.
US wars have cost $5.6 trillion since 2001: Study
The United States has spent more than $5.6 trillion on foreign conflicts since 2001, more than three times the Pentagon has claimed in official estimates, according to a new study.
Pentagon data contradicts Trump’s claims about contacting families of all fallen soldiers
An exchange of emails between the White House and the Pentagon has revealed the fact that not only had US President Donald Trump not contacted the families of every US troops who had been killed this year—as he claimed earlier—but the White House did not even have an up-to-date list of fallen soldiers, a report says.
China slams Pentagon report on overseas military bases
Beijing on Wednesday dismissed as "irresponsible" an annual US Defense Department report that predicted China would expand its global military presence, building overseas bases in countries like Pakistan.
Pentagon: At least 105 civilians killed in US air raid on Mosul
A Pentagon investigation says at least 105 Iraqi civilians lost their lives in a US airstrike on the embattled Iraqi city of Mosul back in March.
US attack kills 7 in central Yemen: Pentagon
At least seven people have lost their lives in a US ground and aerial operation in Yemen’s central province of Ma’rib, the Pentagon says.
Sexual assault reports in US military reach record high: Pentagon
The Pentagon says the number of sexual assault reports it receives hit a record high last year, with an increase in the frequency of reported attacks from one in three.
Pentagon weighs 5,000 additional troops for Afghanistan
The Donald Trump administration is considering plans to deploy as many as 5,000 additional American troops to Afghanistan, a move that could signal a strategy shift years after the US officially ended its combat mission in the country, officials say.
Pentagon chief in Djibouti to bolster ties
US Defense Secretary James Mattis has arrived in Djibouti on a trip to bolster ties with the tiny African country, which houses the only known US military base on the continent.
US-led airstrike killed 18 SDF militants in Syria: Pentagon
A panel of UN human rights experts has blasted Turkey for violating people’s rights to work and education through dismissals made possible under a state of emergency declared following last year’s failed military coup.
US launched 20 airstrikes in Yemen since late February: Pentagon
The United States military claims that it has launched 20 airstrike against terrorist positions in war ravaged Yemen since February 28.
US launched 20 airstrikes in Yemen since late February: Pentagon
The United States military claims that it has launched 20 airstrike against terrorist positions in war ravaged Yemen since February 28.
Pentagon claims 229 civilian deaths by airstrikes in Iraq, Syria; reports show more
Pentagon announced that US-led coalition airstrikes against Daesh terrorists in Iraq and Syria have killed 229 civilians since the attacks began in 2014 while reports show a higher death toll.
Pentagon, CIA linked to all terrorist currents: Iran’s Larijani
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani has slammed the “brazen and disruptive” US moves in the Middle East, saying Washington has ties with all terrorist currents.
Pentagon chief asks for deeper military involvement in Yemen
Defense Secretary James Mattis has asked the White House to remove restrictions on US military support for Saudi Arabia and its allies engaged in a military offensive against Yemen that has caused significant civilian casualties, according to a report.

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