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27 July 2015 Military News

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  • Obama Urges Ethiopia to 'Open Political Space' VOA 27 Jul 2015 -- President Barack Obama says the United States and Ethiopia are 'strong partners' on many issues, but is urging the government to allow journalists and opposition parties to operate more freely.
  • US-Ethiopia Relationship Strong, But Complicated VOA 27 Jul 2015 -- U.S. President Barack Obama's historic visit to Ethiopia has illuminated the complexity of that relationship, in which Ethiopia serves as a valuable security ally and a bulwark against terrorism -- and the U.S., as a major aid donor and economic stimulator.
  • China Slams Obama's Africa Trip VOA 27 Jul 2015 -- China's state media are disparaging U.S. President Barack Obama's travels in Africa as motivated by concern over Beijing's broadening clout on the continent, a critique the White House discounts.
  • Iran's atomic chief rejects secrecy in Tehran-IAEA agreement IRNA 27 Jul 2015 -- Vice-President and Head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi underlined that there is no secrecy in recent agreement between Tehran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
  • US Disturbed by WikiLeaks German Spy Target Disclosure Sputnik 27 Jul 2015 -- Providing German opposition with lists of US espionage targets was unreasonable, the head of American Academy in Berlin, Gerhard Casper, said in an interview with the German Bild newspaper, published Monday.
  • Over 900 People Detained During Anti-Terror Operation in Turkey Sputnik 27 Jul 2015 -- Over 900 people have been detained during a counter-terrorism operation initiated by the Turkish authorities after a recent bombing and shooting in the Turkish cities on Syria-Turkey border, local media reported on Monday.
  • Analysts: Russian Cooperation on Syria, Ukraine Less Promising Than Iran Deal VOA 27 Jul 2015 -- U.S.-Russian collaboration to secure a deal on Iran's nuclear program has raised hopes of closer cooperation on other world issues, but analysts say any progress is likely to be slow in coming.
  • UN mission finds overall environment in Burundi 'not conducive' to credible election process UN News 27 Jul 2015 -- While the 21 July election in Burundi that won President Pierre Nkurunziza a controversial third term was relatively peaceful and conducted adequately, the overall environment was 'not conducive' for an inclusive, free and credible electoral process, the United Nations Electoral Observation Mission in the country (MENUB) announced today.



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