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GMU Biodefense Faculty at the CFR

Since the end of the Cold War, a new nuclear order has emerged, shaped by rising nuclear states and military technologies that threaten stability, writes George Mason University’s Gregory Koblentz in a new Council...

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EDA to launch five IED detection projects in 2015

IHS JANES’S 360 – The European Defence Agency (EDA) plans to launch five improvised explosive device (IED) detection projects in 2015, Pete Round, director of capability, armament and technology at the EDA, stated on...

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Republicans’ next clash with Obama: Iran nuclear talks

Washington (AFP) Nov 26, 2014 – The extension of international nuclear negotiations with Iran is likely to prompt a far-reaching showdown between the White House and US Republicans who seek to tighten economic screws...

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Iran supreme leader backs nuclear talks extension

Tehran (AFP) Nov 27, 2014 – Iran’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei said Thursday he supported the decision to extend talks with world powers in search of a nuclear agreement, after a missed deadline for...

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Iran nuclear deal deadline extended to July 1

Vienna (AFP) Nov 24, 2014 – Iran and world powers missed a Monday deadline to clinch a landmark nuclear deal and defuse a 12-year standoff but gave themselves seven more months to reach agreement....

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U.S. Marines Aid Uganda Against IED Threat

MARINES – U.S. Marines with SPMAGTF-Crisis Response-Africa completed a training engagement focused solely on detection techniques and safety precautions for improvised explosive devices with service members of the Ugandan People’s Defense Force in Camp...

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Tropical fly-borne illness reported near Damascus: WHO

REUTERS – At least three wounded people have been infected near Damascus with a tropical disease spread by flies that had never before been reported in Syria, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said....

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EDA to launch five IED detection projects in 2015

The European Defence Agency (EDA) plans to launch five improvised explosive device (IED) detection projects in 2015, Pete Round, director of capability, armament and technology at the EDA, stated on 26 November. The focus...

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Just in Time for Thanksgiving: Fowl Cholera

By Jonathon Marioneaux Let’s finish the series on birds this week with one of the most ubiquitous diseases that affect our distinguished guests on Thanksgiving: fowl cholera. First, we will look at what cholera...

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Two Suicide Bombers Kill Dozens in Nigeria

THE NEW YORK TIMES – Two suicide bombers, at least one of them a woman, blew themselves up on Tuesday at a crowded market in this northeast Nigerian city, killing dozens of shoppers and...

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Pre-Empting Flu Evolution May Make for Better Vaccines

An international team of researchers has shown that it may be possible to improve the effectiveness of the seasonal flu vaccine by ‘pre-empting’ the evolution of the influenza virus. In a recently published study,...

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Powdered Measles Vaccine Found Safe in Early Trials

A measles vaccine made of fine dry powder and delivered with a puff of air triggered no adverse side effects in early human testing and it is likely effective, according to research published this...

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