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Explosion at US military post in Japan, no injuries reported

Aug 24, 2015

Explosion at US military post in Japan, no injuries reported

A blast ripped through a US military post in Japan after midnight, triggering a fire, the Pentagon confirmed on Monday, noting that no injuries had been reported. #United States #Tokyo #Japan #NewsTracker #Pentagon #Blast #US military
Ashley Madison hack reveals federal subscribers with sensitive jobs, including two US assistant attorneys

Aug 21, 2015

Ashley Madison hack reveals federal subscribers with sensitive jobs, including two US assistant attorneys

US government employees with sensitive jobs in national security or law enforcement were among hundreds of federal workers found to be using government networks to access and pay membership fees to the cheating website Ashley Madison #NewsTracker #Hacking #Pentagon #US Justice Department #Ashley Madison #Department of Homeland Security
Pakistan's ISI hid news of Mullah Omar's death, alleges former Pentagon official

Aug 16, 2015

Pakistan's ISI hid news of Mullah Omar's death, alleges former Pentagon official

Pakistan's intelligence hid the knowledge about the death of reclusive Taliban chief Mullah Omar, alleged a former Pentagon official. #World #Pakistan #Taliban #ISI #Inter-Services Intelligence #Mullah Omar #TheySaidIt #Pentagon
Pentagon criticized for likening war-zone journalists to spies

Aug 12, 2015

Pentagon criticized for likening war-zone journalists to spies

The Pentagon is criticised for its new war laws manual that likens war-zone journalists to spies and says that under some circumstances, war-zone journalists can be treated as "unprivileged belligerents". #NewsTracker #Pentagon #journalists #War #Spies #War-zone #war reporters
Pentagon mulls sending planes, ships near disputed South China Sea islands

May 13, 2015

Pentagon mulls sending planes, ships near disputed South China Sea islands

countries, including China.Five countries as well as China lay claim to parts of the Spratly archipelago. They are Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam. #World #China #US #NewsTracker #Pentagon #South China Sea #Spratly Islands #Spratly archipelago #Ash Carter
US to transition control of 'secret' drone strikes from CIA to Pentagon after hostage mishap

May 08, 2015

US to transition control of 'secret' drone strikes from CIA to Pentagon after hostage mishap

The vast majority of drone strikes since Obama's May 2013 speech have been carried out in Yemen and Pakistan by the CIA. #Obama #US #Al-Qaeda #Pakistan #CIA #NewsTracker #Pentagon #Drones #Drone Strikes
US hands over combat aircraft, trainer jets to Pakistan

May 06, 2015

US hands over combat aircraft, trainer jets to Pakistan

The US has handed over to Pakistan 14 combat aircraft, 59 military trainer jets and 374 armoured personnel carriers, which were earlier used by American forces in Afghanistan and Iraq. #India #US #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Pentagon #Iraq
Is Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi dead? Radio Iran claims so

Apr 28, 2015

Is Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi dead? Radio Iran claims so

Radio Iran has reported that Islamic State chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead following injuries from an air strike against an Iraqi target last month. #World #United States #The Guardian #NewsTracker #Pentagon #islamic-state #Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi #Radio Iran
Pentagon rebuts claims that Islamic State chief is wounded, says Baghdadi wasn't the target

Apr 22, 2015

Pentagon rebuts claims that Islamic State chief is wounded, says Baghdadi wasn't the target

US forces have no reason to think Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was wounded in an air strike against an Iraqi target last month, the Pentagon said on Wednesday. #NewsTracker #TheySaidIt #Pentagon #USA #islamic-state #Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi #US-led air strike
Pentagon plans to identify remains of 400 sailors killed in Pearl Harbor

Apr 15, 2015

Pentagon plans to identify remains of 400 sailors killed in Pearl Harbor

The Pentagon said today it would exhume and try to identify the remains of nearly 400 sailors and Marines killed when the USS Oklahoma sank in the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. #World #NewsTracker #Pentagon #military #marines #News #attack #Pearl Harbor