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12 March 2016 Military News

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  • China, Russia support resumption of Six-Party Talks, promise more efforts People's Daily 12 Mar 2016 -- Both China and Russia pursue the denuclearization on the Korean peninsula, and support the resumption of Six-Party Talks with commitment to making new efforts to that end, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said here Friday.
  • N Korean Army Ready for Pre-Emptive Strike Amid S Korea-US Drill Sputnik 12 Mar 2016 -- The North Korean military said Saturday it was ready for a pre-emptive attack against the South Korean and US troops involved in the ongoing military drill in case they try to invade the North.
  • As Ankara Eyes Tougher Visa Rules, Neighbors Fret RFE/RL 12 Mar 2016 -- Brussels says the reference point for a tougher Turkish visa policy should be the EU's own highly restrictive visa-free and visa-required lists for entering EU countries. If Ankara agrees to the EU's position, the results would be a drastic reduction in the number of countries whose citizens can easily enter Turkey - from dozens today to just a handful in the future.
  • 'No concessions' to Turkey on rights in refugee deal: Hollande Press TV 12 Mar 2016 -- French President Francois Hollande says his government will offer "no concessions" to Turkey on human rights or visas in exchange for guarantees to tackle the massive influx of refugees into Europe.
  • Angola Leader's Plan to Step Down Draws Skepticism, Speculation VOA 12 Mar 2016 -- Angola President Jose Eduardo dos Santos' surprise announcement Friday that he will leave national politics in 2018 has drawn skepticism about the longtime leader's decision as well as speculation about his potential successors.
  • Moscow Expects to Receive Data on Lesin's Death From US Investigators Sputnik 12 Mar 2016 -- Moscow would prefer learning new information on the circumstances of the death of former Russian Press Minister Mikhail Lesin directly from the US investigators rather then media reports, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Saturday.
  • South African Lawmaker Unhappy with Zuma's Pay Increase VOA 12 Mar 2016 -- A cross-section of South Africans are not happy with the announcement of an increase in pay for President Jacob Zuma, which is set to begin next month, according to Jordan Lewis, a member of parliament from the opposition Democratic Alliance (DA).



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