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30 November 2019 Military News

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  • US Sending Ships to South China Sea to Teach Beijing, Not Fight It VOA 30 Nov 2019 -- An unusually strong surge of U.S. Navy activity this month in the South China Sea shows that Washington is trying to teach China a set of rules for operating in contested waters, official statements and scholars say.
  • Syrian government troops repel terrorist attack in militant-held Idlib Press TV 30 Nov 2019 -- Syrian government troops have successfully foiled an offensive by members of the Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, formerly known as al-Nusra Front, Takfiri terrorist group in the country's northwestern province of Idlib, as they continue to seize back more areas in the embattled territory from extremists.
  • Syrian Army Repels Attack From Militants in Idlib Province - Reports Sputnik 30 Nov 2019 -- The Syrian Army has repelled an attack by militants from Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly known as the Nusra Front*) in the east of Idlib Province, Syrian media reported.
  • On the Syrian Constitutional Committee in Geneva US Dept. of State 30 Nov 2019 -- The United States continues to support the UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, and the UN Special Envoy for Syria, Geir Pedersen, in their efforts to facilitate the work of the Syria Constitutional Committee.
  • Russian Military Police Conduct Reconnaissance for Another Route in Northern Syria Sputnik 30 Nov 2019 -- Russian military police have conducted reconnaissance along a new patrol route near the city of Kobane in northern Syria, a Sputnik correspondent reported on Saturday.
  • Lebanese drone entered Israel's airspace, flew back: Military Press TV 30 Nov 2019 -- A drone belonging to Lebanon entered Israel's airspace and later flew back to the Lebanese territory, the Israeli military says.
  • Commonwealth, AU, OIF Call for Peace and Unity in Cameroon VOA 30 Nov 2019 -- Three international organizations have ended an official visit to Cameroon with a call for efforts to restore security, justice and the conditions for the resumption of normal life in English-speaking northwest and southwest regions of the country hit by the separatist crisis that has killed over 3,000 people. The Commonwealth, African Union, and International Organization of La Francophonie delegation says it is convinced dialogue remains the preferred path for peace to return, but that the government should start implementing the recommendations of the last major national dialogue it organized. Some, however, have been critical of government efforts.

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