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January 28, 2020

Imagery Suggests Iran Is Preparing To Try To Launch A Satellite

NPR: New imagery from commercial satellites that was shared with NPR suggests Iran is making repairs and preparing for

January 27, 2020

Satellite imagery shows activity at critical North Korean missile site

CNN: Recent satellite imagery shows vehicle activity at a critical North Korean missile site that could potentially signal early

January 27, 2020

Rocket fire hits US Embassy compound in Iraq: reports

The Hill: The U.S. Embassy in Baghdad was struck by at least one rocket on Sunday, though no casualties

January 24, 2020

Russian Navy conduct missile test in occupied Crimea

112 Ukraine: Russia’s Black Sea Fleet held missile tests in the occupied Crimea. The press office of Russian defense ministry reported

January 24, 2020

North Korea may be preparing to hold military parade, satellite imagery suggests

NK News: North Korea may be preparing to hold a military parade in the coming weeks, satellite imagery suggested

January 23, 2020

Iran Likely To Field Nuclear Ballistic Missile In 2 Years: Israeli Intelligence

Breaking Defense TEL AVIV: Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) intelligence says Iran is two years from a capability to equip

January 22, 2020

Iran is increasingly using missiles in its military operations — that’s a problem

The Hill   “More important than a military strike, it was a serious blow to dignity, a blow to

January 21, 2020

Yemen: death toll rises to 116 from suspected Houthi missile attack

The Guardian: The death toll from a suspected Houthi rebel missile attack on Yemeni government forces has risen to

January 17, 2020

Eleven US Troops Were Injured in Jan. 8 Iran Missile Strike

Defense One: Nearly one dozen American troops were wounded in Iran’s Jan. 8 missile attack on Iraq’s al-Asad air base.

January 15, 2020

Russia is leading the world with its weapons, Putin claims

CNBC Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia is leading the world in terms of its weaponry, during his annual address to lawmakers