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13 April 2015 Military News

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  • Russia Flexes Missile Diplomacy With Iran RFE/RL 13 Apr 2015 -- Russia's potential delivery of antiaircraft S-300 missile systems to Iran has long been shrouded in controversy and contradictions. But with Russian President Vladimir Putin's decree allowing shipments of these high-precision systems to Tehran, will Moscow finally make good on these deliveries?
  • Speaker praises nuclear negotiators for observing redlines IRNA 13 Apr 2015 -- Parliament (Majlis) Speaker Ali Larijani praised negotiating team for observing redlines in nuclear talks with world powers.
  • Kerry to Congress: More Time Needed for Iran Deal VOA 13 Apr 2015 -- Top U.S. administration officials led by Secretary of State John Kerry are briefing lawmakers on Capitol Hill in an effort to persuade Congress to give the international community more time to secure a nuclear deal with Iran.
  • Pakistan Treads Lightly Between Iran, Saudi Arabia VOA 13 Apr 2015 -- Pakistan's prime minister sought to reassure Saudi Arabia and its Arab coalition in Yemen that his country "does not abandon friends and strategic partners, especially at a time when their security is under threat."
  • Kerry: US Engagement Seeks to Encourage Change in Cuba VOA 13 Apr 2015 -- U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said the United States has embarked on a "policy of transformation" with its engagement with Cuba.
  • Beijing's Ongoing Corruption Probe Widens VOA 13 Apr 2015 -- With China's former domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang facing corruption charges after months of investigation, analysts say China is sending a stern message by making him the highest ranking Chinese official to face trial in the past three decades.
  • Turkey Furious At Francis Over Pope's 'Genocide' Comment RFE/RL 13 Apr 2015 -- Turkey is furious over Pope Francis's use of the word 'genocide' in a mass marking the centenary of the slaughter of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire.
  • Sudan's Bashir Heads for Clear Win in Boycotted Elections VOA 13 Apr 2015 -- With few voters turning out at polling stations in Sudan's capital Monday and opposition parties boycotting the general elections, it was all but certain President Omar al-Bashir would win another term.



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