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Swedish major Saab bets big on India with Gripen fighter jets
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Swedish major Saab bets big on India with Gripen fighter jets

Swedish aerospace and defence giant Saab Group is betting big on the Indian market for its fighter jet Gripen. The $800-million Saab aeronautics, which has already bagged $5 billion worth of global orders for Gripen, is planning to set up an ... Hindu Business Line, 2 weeks ago
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BAE Systems provides Q3 reassurances as Saudi talks progress

Defense industry Good progress on talks Staff Writer ▼ | Thursday October 6, 2016 | 24 minutes ago BAE Systems reiterated its confidence about hitting full year targets and gave encouraging platitudes about ongoing long-term contracts. This is ...
 Post Online Media2 weeks ago BAE Systems 2016 Outlook Remains Unchanged - Quick Facts  RTTNews.com2 weeks ago

Jordanians call for govt to quit after writer’s murder

Kenya defence forces and Royal Jordanian armed forces take part in a combat simulation during the closing. -AFP Protesters called on Monday for Jordan’s government to resign over its failure to prevent the murder of Christian writer Nahed Hattar outside an ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago
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Eusebius McKaiser: The moral limits on free speech

SUPPLIED Pastor Steven Anderson. His defenders, the writer says, take the fight for racial justice seriously, but are unmoved by oppressed minorities. Picture: Supplied Advocates of complete freedom fail to take adequate account of the ...
 Cape Times1 month ago Eusebius McKaiser: Moral limits on free speech  IOL1 month ago

Thales maintains this year's profit targets

Thales A "mid-single-digit" organic growth Staff Writer ▼ | Thursday October 20, 2016 | 28 minutes ago French defence firm Thales said it had won 10.216 billion euros in new orders in the first nine months of the year, up 1 percent on a ...
 Post Online Media1 day ago
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India and Russia agree missile sales, helicopters JV

Defense industry At least 200 Kamov helicopters Staff Writer ▼ | Saturday October 15, 2016 | 37 minutes ago India and Russia announced plans to set up a joint venture to build helicopters in India, which will also buy surface-to-air missile ...
 Post Online Media6 days ago India, Russia agree missile sales, joint venture for helicopters  Metro.us6 days ago

Group petitions International Criminal Court over attacks, killings by Fulani herdsmen

The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has petitioned the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, Netherlands on the incessant armed Fulani attacks on local farmers and other extra-judicial killings in Nigeria. ...
 Watchdog Reporters.net3 weeks ago Huriwa drags FG to ICC over Fulani attacks, extra-judicial killings  Elombah.com3 weeks ago Why Zamfara, other killings are Buhari's business HURIWA month ago HURIWA tackles Presidency on Zamfara, other killings  News Express Nigeria1 month ago

Commentary: In a post-Obama era, what next for the rebalance to Asia

WASHINGTON: The US is in the midst of an extraordinary political season. Everything is on the table alliances, defence budgets, free trade. As a result, even from Washington, the Obama administration's rebalance or pivot to Asia appears to be in ...
 Channel NewsAsia11 hours ago

Mosul is more than a potentially climactic military battle

WASHINGTON -- More is riding on the battle for Mosul than the recapture of the Islamic State group's main stronghold in northern Iraq. Also on the line is the Obama administration's theory that the extremists can be defeated in Iraq, Syria and ...
 CTV News3 days ago The battle for Mosul and its fights  Chandigarh Tribune1 day ago

How the Stop the War Coalition ignored Assad's atrocities to peddle Putin's line on Syria

Jeremy Corbyn is guilty of bringing the group's perverse politics into the mainstream. In a debate in Parliament, the British foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, recently asked why the UK's only 'anti-war' organisation the 'Stop the War Coalition' ...
 International Business Times UK1 week ago
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