Saudi crown prince calls Trump, offers condolences over base shooting

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman called US President Donald Trump to express his condolences and offer cooperation for an investigation into the shooting at a naval base in Florida, the state-run Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Monday.

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Aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy christened at Newport News Shipbuilding
With the crash of a bottle against its hull, the aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy was christened Saturday at Newport News Shipbuilding. Caroline Kennedy, the late president’s daughter, did the honors as ship’s sponsor. It marked the second time she christened an aircraft carrier in her father’s name. The... Read more
Military to increase base security measures in wake of deadly attacks

Security measures at U.S. military bases will be increased in the wake of the deadly shootings at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii and Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida.

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Ex-Nazi death squad member loses last Canadian citizenship appeal
Canada’s highest court refused to hear the appeal of an ex-Nazi death squad interpreter who had fought the federal government for a quarter of a century to keep his Canadian citizenship, in a decision reached on Thursday. The ruling by the Supreme Court of Canada clears the last hurdle... Read more
CIA reveals the identity of a 4th spy who betrayed America during Cold War
The historians of the Central Intelligence agency have identified a fourth man who betrayed the United States at the tail end of World War II, passing on atomic secrets to the Communists in the Soviet Union. American electrical engineer Oscar Seborer now joins David Greenglass, Klaus Fuchs and Theodore... Read more
Head of Japan aid agency returned home after he was executed in Afghanistan
The body of Tetsu Nakamura, a prominent physician from Japan who was killed in an attack in Afghanistan, has been handed over to the Japanese embassy in Kabul. Many Afghans have called on the government to provide Nakamura a state funeral and asked that the government start awarding an... Read more
Islamic terrorist killed  with “secret CIA” bladed missile that does not explode

The bladed Hellfire missiles of our nightmare struck again, this time hitting a minivan in northwestern Syria.

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Houthi Rebels claim to have downed an Apache helicopter and a UAV
Houthi rebels in Yemen have claimed two alleged surface-to-air victories in the past few days, including an American-made AH-64 Apache gunship and a Chinese-made UAV. While a propaganda windfall for the faction fighting against the Saudi military, it should be noted that both aircraft are also in the UAE’s... Read more
China suspends visits by US warships to Hong Kong, sanctions NGOs
BEIJING — China will suspend visits by U.S. warships to Hong Kong and sanction several US nonprofits in retaliation for the Trump administration enacting legislation in support of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protesters, the Foreign Ministry said Monday. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said U.S. nonprofits have instigated protesters “to... Read more
Arrival of the Langley marked beginning of an era in Pacific naval aviation
On this day in 1924 the nation’s first aircraft carrier, the Langley, arrived at San Diego to join the Pacific Battle Fleet. The ship was originally built to carry coal for the World War I fighting fleets but had been converted into an experimental aircraft carrier. The Langley was... Read more
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