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Rwanda, Dutch military officers in field training exercise

A contingent of 150 members of Netherlands Armed Forces are in Rwanda to attend a four-day annual conference attracting Dutch Defence Attachés accredited to different African Countries for a three-week field training exercise at the RDF Combat Training Centre located at Gabiro in the far North Eastern Rwanda, a military source revealed Sunday in Kigali.
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South Sudan: Four SPLA-IO Generals Arrested for Trying to Defect

The Sudan People’s Liberation Army in Opposition’s (SPLA-IO) third infantry division headquartered in Langkien town of the Jonglei State’s Nyirol County said it had arrested four of its senior military officers for allegedly trying to defect on Wednesday. Those arrested include the armed opposition outfit’s head of wounded heroes, Lt....
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Burkina Faso Protest Against Militant Violence Turns Violent

OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) -Protesters burned tyres and pillaged a government building in Burkina Faso's capital on Saturday after police fired tear gas to disperse a march against the state's failure to stop a wave of violence by Islamist militants. Activist groups called for renewed protests in response to a recent surge...
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Over 40 per cent of military sexual misconduct class action claims are from men: Eyre – National

More than 40 per cent of the nearly 19,000 claims submitted by survivors and victims of military sexual misconduct are from men, says Gen. Wayne Eyre. In an interview with The West Block‘s Mercedes Stephenson, Eyre said the scope of the claims submitted through that process demonstrate the fact that the problem is one that everyone in the Canadian Forces must work to address — even though there are no easy answers.
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Burkina Faso police fire tear gas at anti-government protest

Police have fired tear gas in Burkina Faso’s capital during a demonstration against the government’s failure to stop a wave of violence by hardliner fighters. Opponents of President Roch Kabore, namely an alliance of three groups called the November 27 Coalition, called for renewed protests on Saturday in response to a recent surge of attacks in the West African country, including one by al-Qaeda-linked fighters that killed 49 military police officers and four civilians.
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New York Post

Military, justice, FBI — half the country has lost faith in pillars of US civilization

Millions of citizens long ago concluded that professional sports, academia and entertainment were no longer disinterested institutions but far left and deliberately hostile to Middle America. Yet American conservatives still adamantly supported the nation’s traditional investigatory, intelligence and military agencies — especially when they came under budgetary or cultural attacks.
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Abdalla Hamdok dismisses Sudan's police chief a week after returning to power

Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has announced the sacking of the country's top police officers one week after he returned to office after a deal with the military. Activists have blamed police for the deaths of at least 40 protesters during rallies staged since the military coup on October 25 that overthrew Mr Hamdok's civilian government and derailed the country’s transition to democracy under a military-civilian administration.
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Protest against terrorist attacks turns violent in Burkina Faso

A protest against the Burkina Faso government’s failure to stop a wave of violence by Islamist militants has turned violent after police fired tear gas at protesters. Saturday’s response from the police saw protesters burning tyres and pillaging a government building as retaliation to the police use of tear gas and force.
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Burkina Faso Police fired Tear Gas at Protesters

Police fired tear gas in Burkina Faso’s capital on Saturday during a demonstration against the government’s failure to stop a wave of violence by Islamist militants. Opponents of President Roch Kabore called for renewed protests in response to a recent surge of attacks in the West African country, including one by al Qaeda-linked militants that killed 49 military police officers and four civilians.
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Guantánamo Bay: Beyond the Prison

GUANTÁNAMO BAY, Cuba — Mention this place, and people tend to think of caged men wearing orange uniforms and on their knees, the image of opening day at the wartime prison four months after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. But this military base is more than one big prison....
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Attorney recalls serving in historic Army infantry unit

LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) — Before recently passing the state bar exam and joining a local law firm, Tristan Gruspier had a very different career in which he served as a goodwill ambassador of the United States in a selective unit that prides itself on excellence and being the face of the Army to the world.
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