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North Korea demands that the U.S. hand over would-be assassins of Kim Jong Un

Last week, North Korea made a fairly sensational allegation: that in 2014, the CIA and South Korea's National Intelligence Service conspired to assassinate Kim Jong Un with a biochemical weapon.

The Latest: US-led coalition lauds capture of Syrian IS town

The U.S.-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group says the Kurdish-led Syrian opposition forces' capture of a key town and nearby dam in eastern Syria from the militants undermines IS's ability to defend its de facto capital, Raqqa.

President Trump says the Navy’s newest system for launching aircraft from carriers is “no good”

President Donald Trump called for scrapping the Navy's newest system designed to launch aircraft from flight decks of its Ford-class carriers, saying it costs too much and is "no good."

Somalia leader wants arms embargo lifted to fight al-Shabab

Somalia's president on Thursday called for an end to the arms embargo on his long-chaotic country, saying that if the military doesn't have more sophisticated equipment in the fight against the al-Shabab extremist group, "definitely this war will continue for another 10 years."

Is Mexico Really The World’s Most Dangerous War Zone?

Spring 2017 has been marked by a number of alarming reports in Mexico. In the central state of Puebla civilian gunmen in bulletproof trucks attacked a military patrol on May 3, killing several soldiers.

Marine Corps takes new step to separate troops caught sexually harassing others

The Marine Corps took a new step Tuesday to stop sexual harassment in the service, requiring commanders to submit anyone involved in a substantiated case to be reviewed for possible separation from the service the first time they are caught.