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U.S. show of force in Black Sea message to Russia - media

A U.S. military official says the decision to deploy to warships to the Black Sea was part of an effort to "desensitize Russia" to the presence of U.S. military forces in the region.
Source: U.S. show of force in Black Sea message to Russia - media

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How to Comment on Office Files With Google Drive (No File Conversions)

How many hours could you save if you could comment on Microsoft documents uploaded to Google Drive? Thanks to the Google Drive interoperability feature in G Suite, you can easily comment on Office files, PDFs, and images without converting from one format to the other or installing Microsoft Office. How to Comment on Office Files With Google Drive You can open and comment on a shared Microsoft file in Google Drive and the comments will appear when you or someone opens it in Microsoft Office. The feature works in the Drive Preview mode. The steps are simple: Log in to...

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Source: How to Comment on Office Files With Google Drive (No File Conversions)

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Florida Shooting Survivor Says Blame Trump, Not FBI For Shooting: "My Father's A Retired FBI Agent"

Florida school shooting survivor turned Resistance poster boy David Hogg said Monday on CNN that Donald Trump should be blamed for the shooting in Florida and not the FBI.
 
From The Hill:
"I think it's disgusting, personally. My father's a retired...
Source: Florida Shooting Survivor Says Blame Trump, Not FBI For Shooting: "My Father's A Retired FBI Agent"
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Claims of Syrian Army Deployment in Afrin Are 'Black Propaganda' - Erdogan's Rep

Media reports about the Syrian pro-government troops’ entry in Afrin district are "black propaganda", but "secret bargaining" on this issue cannot be ruled out, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said Tuesday.
Source: Claims of Syrian Army Deployment in Afrin Are 'Black Propaganda' - Erdogan's Rep

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Trump Supports Romney’s Candidacy to Become Senator From Utah

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US President Donald Trump said that he endorses the candidacy of former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney for the post of a senator from Utah.
Source: Trump Supports Romney’s Candidacy to Become Senator From Utah

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Lavrov issues rare rebuke of Iran for calling for Israel’s destruction

Source: Lavrov issues rare rebuke of Iran for calling for Israel’s destruction – Arab-Israeli Conflict – Jerusalem Post




 FEBRUARY 19, 2018 20:12


“We have stated many times that we won’t accept the statements that Israel, as a Zionist state, should be destroyed and wiped off the map.”








 Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov attends a meeting in Moscow, Russia

 Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov attends a meeting in Moscow, Russia. (photo credit: SERGEI KARPUKHIN/REUTERS)



Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov chastised Iran on Monday for calling for Israel’s destruction during a panel discussion in Moscow where Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif was sitting with him on the dais.




“We have stated many times that we won’t accept the statements that Israel, as a Zionist state, should be destroyed and wiped off the map. I believe this is an absolutely wrong way to advance one’s own interests,” Lavrov said in Moscow at the Valdai International Discussion Club conference entitled “Russia in the Middle East: Playing on All Fields.”


The two-day conference brought together heads of think-tanks throughout the Middle East, from Libya to Iran, including Dore Gold, head of the Jerusalem Center of Public Affairs, and Amos Yadlin, who heads the Institute for National Security Studies in Tel Aviv.


Gold, a former director-general of the foreign ministry, was in the audience for Lavrov’s statement, and deemed it – being said in the presence of Zarif – as very significant, “because it is blatant criticism by the foreign minister of Russia of their Iranian ally.”


Asked how Zarif responded, Gold said the Iranian diplomat just smiled, adding that, “he is very good at smiling.”


“By the same token” Lavrov continued, “we oppose attempts to view any regional problem through the prism of fighting Iran.”


According to Lavrov, the US position on issues such as Syria, Yemen, and “even the latest developments around the Palestinian issue – including Washington’s announcement of its decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital – are largely motivated by this anti-Iranian stance.”


Zarif, in his comments, referred to last week’s incident on the northern border where the incursion of an Iranian drone led Israel to shoot it down and attack Syrian and Iranian installations inside Syria. An Israeli F16 was shot down during those attacks.


“Israel has violated Syrian sovereignty. So for the first time in 36 years, Syrian defense forces managed to bring down an Israeli plane. Is this a catastrophe? Is this a strategic complication, or is the fact that Israel violated the airspace of a sovereign state a strategic catastrophe?” Zarif asked.


He continued: “Israel has to put a stop to its aggression. Don’t look for excuses, such as drones. We need to stop this aggression, and if anyone takes such an action against another country, it is possible to react.”


On Sunday at the Munich Security Conference, which Zarif also attended, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu displayed a piece of the downed drone and confirmed that Iran has been denying that it sent the unmanned aerial vehicle.


“Well, here’s a piece of that Iranian drone, or what’s left of it after we shot it down,” Netanyahu said. “I brought it here so you can see for yourself. Mr. Zarif, do you recognize this? You should – it’s yours.”



Source: Lavrov issues rare rebuke of Iran for calling for Israel’s destruction

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AWESOME: Israel successfully tests Arrow-3 Missile Defense system

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FEB. 19, 2018 3:54 PM BY THE RIGHT SCOOP


Source Link: AWESOME: Israel successfully tests Arrow-3 Missile Defense system


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Israel has successfully tested it’s newest Arrow-3 missile in it’s Arrow Missile Defense System:


FOX NEWS – Israel successfully tested its new Arrow missile defense system Monday, the Defense Ministry announced in a tweet, the accomplishment capping a program that’s seen a series of delays and cancellations.


The test was carried out in cooperation with the United States’ Missile Defense Agency.


“A short while ago, the Defense Ministry and American MDA carried out a planned flight test of its Arrow weapons system, with an Arrow 3 interceptor,” the Defense Ministry tweeted. “The Arrow 3 interceptor was launched and carried out its mission.”


The test came after several aborted attempts in recent months. In January, an exercise was called off because of a communication glitch that resulted in a data transfer problem. In December, a test was canceled after safety concerns arose when the Anchor-type target missile — which was fired from a jet — experienced a malfunction.


“The experiment we conducted today was very complex,” Boaz Levy, Deputy CEO of Israel Aerospace Industries and manager of its Systems, Missiles & Space Group, said in a statement. “In the experiment, the interceptor simulated a full military scenario and the rocket did the route in full. And, if it had a real target, would have hit it. We are very pleased with the result.”


Israel Aerospace Industries worked together with Boeing to develop the Arrow-3.


Moshe Patel, the director of Israel’s Missile Defense Organization, said in a statement that a more advanced test is scheduled in Alaska later this year.


“The Arrow-3 is designed for long-range threats, as well as unconventional threats,” said Patel, appearing to hint at Iran’s ballistic capabilities. “We are aiming for 100 percent success rate.”


Sweet! It’s awesome to see Israel successful in testing its defense systems in order to protect itself against ballistic missile threats from Iran.


Source: AWESOME: Israel successfully tests Arrow-3 Missile Defense system

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YoNews Portal / News you may have missed #895: Africa edition
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News you may have missed #895: Africa edition

South African security contractor faces spy charges in South Sudan. Somalia appoints new police and intelligence chiefs. Ethiopia bans protests, media criticism, under state of emergency.
Source: News you may have missed #895: Africa edition
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Munich Conference: “For The First Time In Decades We Are Facing Threat Of Nuclear Conflict”

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com

Mon, 02/19/2018


Over the past fifty years, the Munich Security Conference (MSC) has traditionally reflected the current state of world military affairs. Each February, more than 450 senior decision-makers from around the globe descend into Munich, Germany, to discuss current and future security challenges.


And while there have been times in recent years when the MSC demonstrated signs of hope and optimism, none of that was evident this year. This year’s motto “To the Brink – and Back?”– which seems to be an accurate portrayal of the current geopolitical situations in most regions. After several days of senior decision-makers bickering back and forth, the negativity in the atmosphere only means one thing: A global conflict between nuclear superpowers is lingering.


“I was hoping when I opened this conference on Friday that, in concluding the conference, I would be able to say we can delete the question mark. In other words: ‘We are back from the brink,’” former German diplomat Wolfgang Ischinger said in closing remarks of the MSC. “I’m actually not sure we can say that,” he added.


The dangers of nuclear proliferation and talk of a “dire” global security situation dominated the security conference: from the ongoing war in eastern Ukraine, to U.S. allegations of Russia’s election-meddling, to territorial disputes between ex-Soviet republics, and even discussions about the escalating tensions between Israel and Iran: geopolitical doom and gloom was not short in all conversations during the meeting.


And, in the latest escalation, Bloomberg reports that the most fiery subject of the conference were the tensions surrounding Russia and the U.S over nuclear arms controls.


And, in the latest escalation, Bloomberg reports that the most fiery subject of the conference were the tensions surrounding Russia and the U.S over nuclear arms controls.


The Rest…HERE




Source: Munich Conference: “For The First Time In Decades We Are Facing Threat Of Nuclear Conflict”
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