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Something Rotten in the State of Cuba

“Mysterious happenings” has been the most common trope summoned by the media over recent weeks about the strange occurrences in Cuba that began in late 2016 but were first confirmed…

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Iron Dome Competes for U.S. Defense Contract

Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system may soon be adopted by the U.S., according to a report in Defense News. Iron Dome will compete in a SHORAD intercept test conducted…

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Embassy Move Back on the Table

The proposal to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Yerushalayim has emerged again in talks between senior members of the Trump administration and Israeli officials, The Times of…

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Russia Appoints New Ambassador to U.S.

President Vladimir Putin has appointed a former deputy defense minister as Russia’s new ambassador to the United States. The Kremlin said on Monday that Putin has replaced Sergei Kislyak, whose…

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