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Libya conflict to go on as long as arms pouring into country: Analyst
Several multinational meetings have recently been held to negotiate a way out of years of conflict in Libya; none of them, however, has culminated in an agreement or a solution. According to a political analyst, as long as the rival groups are being provided with weapons, there would be no end to the conflict in the North African country.
US Army will fund rare earths plant for weapons development
The US Army plans to fund construction of rare earths processing facilities, part of an urgent push by Washington to secure domestic supply of the minerals used to make military weapons and electronics, according to a government document seen by Reuters.
France slams US for forcing own weapons on NATO allies
France’s defense chief blasted the US for trying to force its NATO allies into purchasing American arms and equipment above anything else, days after President Emmanuel Macron held Washington to blame for the Western military bloc’s “brain death.”
Russia urges OPCW members not to fund new Syria chemical weapons probe team
Russia says creating a so-called investigative team within the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) only suits the ends of the sponsors, urging the member states of the watchdog to vote against funding such a biased team.
South Korea’s military spending boon for local weapons producers
South Korea’s plans to boost military spending over the next five years has already proven a boon to its defense industry. Share prices of local weapons manufacturers, including Hanwha, Korea Aerospace and others, have seen their share prices jump up to 30 percent since Seoul released its defense white paper this summer. The current tension on the Korean Peninsula is seen as motivating such spending.
Resistance fighters never give up weapons, never normalize with Israel: Hamas
The Palestinian Hamas movement has described its resistance fighters’ weapons as a red line, strongly denouncing attempts by a number of Arab states and Persian Gulf kingdoms to normalize diplomatic relations with the Israeli regime after years of clandestine contacts.
Armed militia leader holding migrants arrested on weapons charges
The leader of a militia operating along the southern border was arrested by the FBI days after the armed group detained over 200 migrants who had just illegally crossed into New Mexico.
Pope blames Europe, US for selling weapons in war zones
Pope Francis blamed Europe and the United States for selling weapons in war zones, fueling conflicts and causing victims in Syria, Yemen and Afghanistan.
Trump demanded Kim surrender nuclear weapons during failed summit in Vietnam: Report
During the failed US-North Korean summit last month in Vietnam, US President Donald Trump gave North Korean leader Kim Jong-un a piece of paper that included a demand for the transfer of Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons to the United States, according to media reports.
Official figures confirm knife offences hit 9-year high last year
The number of UK crimes related to knives and other offensive weapons in England and Wales were the highest last year since 2009, figures show.
Venezuela seizes large shipment of American weapons coming from Florida
Venezuela says it has seized a large shipment of US-made weapons aboard a cargo plane that had taken off from Miami, Florida, days after US President Donald Trump repeated his threats of taking military action against the Latin American country amid an ongoing political rift.
Militant weapons caches with Israeli, US-made munitions uncovered in Syria’s Dara’a
Syrian government forces have discovered Israeli and US-made weapons and munitions from former positions of foreign-sponsored Takfiri militants in the country's southwestern province of Dara'a.
Russia to expand Iskander arsenal in 2019, test 200 new weapons
The Russian military is slated to expand its arsenal of Iskander-M nuclear-capable missiles in 2019, one of the nearly 200 new weapons that Moscow continues to develop under its new state armament program.
Militant weapons cache with US munitions uncovered in Syria’s Dara’a
Syrian government forces have discovered US-made weapons as well as a considerable amount of Israeli-made medicine and medical supplies from a position of foreign-sponsored Takfiri militants in the country's southwestern province of Dara'a.
Japan unveils record defense spending amid plans to buy more US weapons
Japan has unveiled a record military budget to buy advanced stealth fighters from the US and convert two ships into aircraft carriers, prompting angry protests from its neighbors.

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