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14 February 2018 Military News

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  • South African President Zuma Resigns VOA 14 Feb 2018 -- South African President Jacob Zuma has resigned after more than a week of intense pressure from his party to step down.
  • South African President Zuma Offers Resignation Sputnik 14 Feb 2018 -- In a speech on Wednesday, South African President Jacob Zuma announced his resignation effective immediately after losing the support of his party, the African National Congress (ANC). He has been president since May 2009, but has been significantly pressured to resign under allegations of corruption.
  • South Africa's ruling ANC party to sack President Zuma via parliament Press TV 14 Feb 2018 -- South Africa's parliament is set to hold a vote of no-confidence in President Jacob Zuma amid an ongoing political stalemate in the country.
  • Zimbabwe Democratization Advocate Morgan Tsvangirai Dead at 65 VOA 14 Feb 2018 -- Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai known for his lengthy, dogged quest to end the regime of longtime President Robert Mugabe, has died, just months after Mugabe caved to pressure to step down after decades in power.
  • Netanyahu defies opposition, vows to stay in office Press TV 14 Feb 2018 -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has defied fresh opposition calls for him to step down after police recommended that he be indicted for corruption charges.
  • Netanyahu Says Government Stable Despite Bribery Scandal VOA 14 Feb 2018 -- Israel's longtime leader is defiant in the face of a deepening corruption scandal that has sparked calls for his resignation.
  • U.S.-S. Korea War Exercises Assailed KCNA 14 Feb 2018 -- The south Korean military recently staged a military maneuver Warrior Strike for "destroying WMDs" of the DPRK together with the 2nd Division of the U.S. imperialist aggression forces in south Korea. In the wake of it, the warmongers of the military staged a "coldest period exercise" in the area of Kyonggi Province from Feb. 5, going frantic with the military confrontation.
  • Kim Jong Un Orders to Promote Military Ranks of KPA Commanding Officers KCNA 14 Feb 2018 -- Supreme Commander of the Korean People's Army Kim Jong Un ordered to promote the military ranks of commanding officers of the Korean People's Army on Tuesday on the occasion of the birth anniversary of leader Kim Jong Il.
  • Facing US Pressure, North Korea Turns to Sports Diplomacy VOA 14 Feb 2018 -- When North Korean leader Kim Jong Un offered to send a delegation to the Winter Olympics in South Korea in his New Year's speech, many North Korea watchers wondered what might have motivated the young leader to make the move that echoed his father's basketball diplomacy more than 20 years ago.
  • Iran deputy FM lauds JCPOA implementation results IRNA 14 Feb 2018 -- Iranian deputy foreign minister for political affairs lauded the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) implementation results in the in the financial field.
  • Beidou positioned to provide global coverage People's Daily 14 Feb 2018 -- Satellite network will provide data for countries participating in the Belt and Road Initiative, as Zhao Lei reports.
  • Saakashvili Arrives In Netherlands After Expulsion From Ukraine RFE/RL 14 Feb 2018 -- Mikheil Saakashvili has arrived in the Netherlands, his wife's home country, after being expelled from Ukraine into neighboring Poland.
  • Guinea-Bissau: Political crisis requires continued UN presence, Security Council told UN News 14 Feb 2018 -- The United Nations will need to focus its efforts on supporting Guinea-Bissau's national leaders in their efforts to appoint an acceptable Prime Minister, establish an inclusive Government, organize and conduct timely elections, and implement the priority reforms, a UN envoy for the West African country said Wednesday.



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