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07.12.2021

"Motorcycle bomb kills four in Iraq, official blames Islamic State"

https://www.reuters.com/world/middle-east/explosion-kills-four-wounds-20-iraqs-basra-police-health-source
s-2021-12-07/

Bei einem Bombenanschlag seien in der südirakischen Stadt Basra am Dienstag vier Personen getötet worden, beobachtet Aref Mohammed. "The blast, near a major hospital in the predominantly Shi'ite Muslim city, was caused by a motorbike rigged with explosives, the military said in a statement, citing preliminary information. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. 'The blast carries fingerprints of Daesh (Islamic State),' Basra Governor Asaad al-Edani told reporters."

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04.12.2021

"U.S. State Department phones hacked with Israeli company spyware - sources"

https://www.reuters.com/technology/exclusive-us-state-department-phones-hacked-with-israeli-company-spywa
re-sources-2021-12-03/

Die Telefone von mindestens neun Angestellten des US-Außenministeriums sollen mit Hilfe einer Spionagesoftware des israelischen Unternehmens NSO Group gehackt worden sein, halten Christopher Bing und Joseph Menn fest. "The hacks, which took place in the last several months, hit U.S. officials either based in Uganda or focused on matters concerning the East African country, two of the sources said. The intrusions, first reported here, represent the widest known hacks of U.S. officials through NSO technology. (…) Reuters could not determine who launched the latest cyberattacks."

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03.12.2021

"Cementing ties with France, UAE places $19 bln order for warplanes, helicopters"

https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/frances-macron-nears-uae-rafale-fighter-jet-deal-2021-
12-03/

Die Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate hätten am Freitag achtzig französische Kampfflugzeuge des Typs Rafale und zwölf Caracal-Hubschrauber bestellt, beobachtet John Irish. "The largest ever overseas sale of the French warplane was sealed as French President Emmanuel Macron began a two-day trip to the Gulf, during which he will also visit Qatar and Saudi Arabia. (…) The French presidency said [the] deal, signed at a ceremony between Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan (MBZ) and Macron on the sidelines of the Dubai Expo 2020, is worth $19 billion."

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01.12.2021

"Ukraine urges NATO to be ready with sanctions in case of Russian invasion"

https://www.reuters.com/world/prepare-sanctions-russia-ramp-up-military-cooperation-ukraine-tells-nato-20
21-12-01/

Der ukrainische Außenminister Dmytro Kuleba habe die NATO gebeten, für den Fall einer militärischen Invasion Russlands gegen sein Land Wirtschaftssanktionen gegen Moskau vorzubereiten, berichten Humeyra Pamuk und Sabine Siebold. "'We will call on the allies to join Ukraine in putting together a deterrence package,' Kuleba told reporters as he arrived for the talks in Riga. This should include preparing economic sanctions against Russia, in case it 'decides to chose the worst-case scenario', Kuleba said, adding that NATO should also boost military and defence cooperation with Ukraine."

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29.11.2021

"Iran nuclear talks resume with upbeat comments despite scepticism"

https://www.reuters.com/markets/commodities/nuclear-talks-resume-west-asks-whether-iran-is-serious-or-sta
lling-2021-11-29/

Parisa Hafezi, John Irish und Francois Murphy berichten über die Wiederaufnahme der Atomgespräche mit Iran am Montag in Wien: "EU, Iranian and Russian diplomats sounded upbeat as Iran and world powers held their first talks in five months on Monday to try to save their 2015 nuclear deal, despite Tehran taking a tough stance in public that Western powers said would not work. (…) Iran has adopted an uncompromising position by demanding the removal of all U.S. and European Union sanctions imposed since 2017, including those unrelated to its nuclear programme, in a verifiable process."

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26.11.2021

"Japan to supplement military spending in rush to bolster air and sea defences"

https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/japan-supplement-military-spending-rush-bolster-air-sea-defenc
es-2021-11-26/

Japan plane, seine jährlichen Militärausgaben um 6,75 Milliarden US-Dollar zu erhöhen, informiert Tim Kelly. "While such additions to defence spending are common, the 774 billion yen that lawmakers will be asked to approve is the largest amount ever, according to Japan's Ministry of Defence. (…) China's increasing pressure on Taiwan is causing jitters in Japan because Beijing's control of the island would bring Chinese forces within around 100 kilometres (62 miles) of its territory and would threaten key maritime trade routes that supply Japan with oil and other goods."

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24.11.2021

"Q+A What is the risk of a war between Russia and Ukraine?"

https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/qa-what-is-risk-war-between-russia-ukraine-2021-11-23/

Mark Trevelyan skizziert, inwieweit eine militärische Offensive Russlands gegen die Ukraine wahrscheinlich sei: "Russian troop movements near Ukraine have drawn concern from Kyiv and the United States that it might be considering attacking its neighbour. (…) Reuters spoke to more than a dozen sources, including Western intelligence officials and Russians familiar with Kremlin thinking, and nearly all agreed that an invasion is unlikely to be imminent. A more plausible scenario, they said, was that President Vladimir Putin is using the credible threat of military force to signal that Russia is serious about defending its 'red lines' on Ukraine."

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24.11.2021

"EXCLUSIVE UAE holds talks with Taliban to run Kabul airport - foreign diplomats"

https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/exclusive-uae-holds-talks-with-taliban-run-kabul-airport-forei
gn-diplomats-2021-11-24/

Die Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate (engl. United Arab Emirates, UAE) hätten mit den Taliban Gespräche über eine mögliche Übernahme des Betriebs des Flughafens in Kabul geführt, erläutert Alexander Cornwell. "UAE officials have held a series of discussions with the group in recent weeks to discuss operating the airport that serves as landlocked Afghanistan's main air link to the world, the foreign diplomats based in the Gulf region told Reuters. (…) The Qataris have been helping run the Hamid Karzai International Airport along with Turkey after playing a major role in evacuation efforts following the chaotic U.S. withdrawal in August, and have said they are willing to take over the operations."

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23.11.2021

"U.S. warship again transits sensitive Taiwan Strait"

https://www.reuters.com/world/china/us-warship-again-transits-sensitive-taiwan-strait-2021-11-23/

Reuters zufolge habe ein US-Kriegsschiff am Dienstag erneut die Straße von Taiwan durchfahren. "The U.S. Navy said the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer Milius conducted a 'routine Taiwan Strait transit' through international waters in accordance with international law. (…) Last month, the Chinese military condemned the United States and Canada for each sending a warship through the Taiwan Strait, saying they were threatening peace and stability in the region."

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22.11.2021

"Belarus says it does not want confrontation, wants EU to take migrants"

https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/belarus-waiting-answer-eu-taking-2000-migrants-lukashenko-says-2021-
11-22/

Der belarussische Machthaber Alexander Lukaschenko habe versichert, sein Land wolle keine Konfrontation mit Polen, erläutern Alan Charlish und Kacper Pempel. "Lukashenko, as quoted by the state-owned Belta news agency, said he did not want things to escalate. (…) But Lukashenko, according to Belta, said on Monday he must insist Germany take in some migrants, and complained that the EU was not making contact with Minsk on the issue."

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18.11.2021

"UAE, Israel to jointly develop unmanned military, commercial vessels"

https://www.reuters.com/world/middle-east/uae-israel-jointly-design-unmanned-military-commercial-vessels-
2021-11-18/

Staatliche Rüstungskonzerne aus Israel und den Vereinigten Arabischen Emiraten hätten am Donnerstag ein Abkommen über die gemeinsame Entwicklung unbemannter Schiffe unterzeichnet, die sowohl für militärische als auch kommerzielle Zwecke eingesetzt werden könnten, meldet Reuters. "United Arab Emirates defence conglomerate EDGE and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) announced the partnership on the final day of the biennial Dubai Airshow. (…) The Emirati-Israeli unmanned vessels would be able to operate semi- and fully autonomously and carry out missions including submarine detection and anti-submarine warfare."

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17.11.2021

"Gunmen kill at least 25 in southwest Niger"

https://www.reuters.com/world/africa/gunmen-kill-least-25-southwest-niger-2021-11-17/

Reuters zufolge hätten Bewaffnete im Südwesten Nigers bei einem Angriff mindestens 25 Personen getötet. "Attackers on motorcycles stormed the camp of a local self-defence militia near the village of Bakorat in the Tahoua region on Tuesday, said Attawane Abeitane, mayor of the nearby town of Tillia. (…) No group claimed responsibility for Tuesday's attack. A local affiliate of Islamic State has killed hundreds in rural communities near the Malian border this year."

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15.11.2021

"Blast in Afghan capital wounds two"

https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/explosion-reported-kabul-residents-2021-11-15/

Laut Reuters seien bei einer Bombenexplosion in Afghanistans Hauptstadt Kabul am Montag zwei Personen verletzt worden. "A similar magnetic bomb had destroyed a minibus in western Kabul on Saturday, killing and wounding several people."

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12.11.2021

"Neighbours of Belarus say migrant crisis risks military clash"

https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/poland-reports-violent-clashes-overnight-migrants-attempt-new-border
-breach-2021-11-11/

Die Verteidigungsminister von Estland, Lettland und Litauen hätten davor gewarnt, dass die jüngsten Entwicklungen an den östlichen Außengrenzen der EU zu einer militärischen Konfrontation eskalieren könnten, schreiben Joanna Plucinska und Andrius Sytas. "Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia said Belarus posed serious threats to European security by deliberately escalating its 'hybrid attack' using migrants to retaliate for EU sanctions. 'This increases the possibility of provocations and serious incidents that could also spill over into the military domain,' a joint statement by the countries' defence ministers said."

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11.11.2021

"Ukraine to deploy troops, helicopters to guard Belarus border"

https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/ukraine-deploy-troops-helicopters-guard-belarus-border-2021-11-11/

Die Ukraine werde zusätzliche Truppen und Polizeiangehörige sowie 15 Hubschrauber zum Schutz seiner Grenze zu Belarus einsetzen, so Reuters. "While not an EU member, Ukraine is wary of becoming another front in the migrant crisis. Interior Minister Denys Monastyrskiy said the new forces would include 3,000 border guard servicemen, 3,500 servicemen of the National Guard and 2,000 police officers."

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08.11.2021

"Iran-backed militia staged drone attack on Iraqi PM - officials"

https://www.reuters.com/world/middle-east/iran-backed-militia-behind-attack-iraqi-pm-sources-2021-11-08/

Der Drohnenangriff auf Iraks Ministerpräsidenten Mustafa al-Kasimi sei laut irakischen Sicherheitsbeamten von mindestens einer von Iran unterstützten Miliz durchgeführt worden, informiert Reuters. "Iraqi officials and analysts said the attack was meant as a message from militias that they are willing to resort to violence if excluded from the formation of a government, or if their grip on large areas of the state apparatus is challenged. (…) Two regional officials who spoke on condition of anonymity said Tehran had knowledge about the attack before it was carried out, but that Iranian authorities had not ordered it. (…) Two Iraqi security officials, speaking to Reuters on Monday on condition of anonymity, said the Kataib Hezbollah and Asaib Ahl al-Haq groups carried out the attack in tandem."

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06.11.2021

"U.N. Security Council calls for end to Ethiopia conflict"

https://www.reuters.com/world/africa/un-security-council-calls-end-ethiopia-conflict-2021-11-05/

Der UN-Sicherheitsrat habe am vergangenen Freitag in einer Erklärung die Beendigung der Kämpfe in Äthiopien gefordert, bemerkt Michelle Nichols. "The council also 'called for refraining from inflammatory hate speech and incitement to violence and divisiveness.' (…) The statement on Ethiopia - drafted by Ireland, Kenya, Niger, Tunisia and St Vincent and the Grenadines - was only the second by the Security Council in the past year."

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04.11.2021

"Lithuania starts building first European wall to ward off migrants from Belarus"

https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/lithuania-starts-building-first-european-wall-ward-off-migrants-bela
rus-2021-11-04/

Litauen habe an seiner Grenze zu Belarus mit dem Bau eines Stahlzaunes zur Abwehr von Migrantinnen und Migranten begonnen, bemerkt Janis Laizans. "The European Union accuses Belarus of deliberately encouraging the migrants to enter EU states Poland, Lithuania and Latvia via Belarusian territory as a way of putting pressure on the bloc. (…) All three EU countries have put stretches of razor wire on the border to stop the migrants. Last week Lithuania began putting up the first stretches of the 3.4-metre (11-foot) high steel fence, topped with 0.6 metres (2 feet) of razor wire."

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03.11.2021

"Iranian claims that U.S. tried to detain tanker false, Pentagon says"

https://www.reuters.com/world/middle-east/iranian-state-tv-says-iran-thwarts-us-attempt-steal-oil-sea-oma
n-2021-11-03/

Die iranischen Revolutionsgarden hätten eigenen Angaben zufolge einen Versuch der USA verhindert, einen Tanker mit iranischem Öl im Golf von Oman festzusetzen, meldet Reuters. "'I've seen the Iranian claims, they are absolutely totally false and untrue ... it's a bogus claim,' Pentagon spokesman John Kirby told reporters. (…) American officials said that in reality Iranian forces had seized a Vietnamese-flagged oil tanker last month, and U.S. naval forces were just monitoring the situation."

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03.11.2021

"Joint UN, Ethiopia rights team: all sides committed abuses in Tigray"

https://www.reuters.com/business/cop/un-ethiopia-rights-commission-release-report-abuses-tigray-2021-11-0
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Laut einem Bericht der Vereinten Nationen und der staatlich eingesetzten äthiopischen Menschenrechtskommission hätten alle am Konflikt um die äthiopische Region Tigray beteiligten Parteien Menschenrechtsverstöße begangen, stellen Dawit Endeshaw und Stephanie Nebehay fest. "The report accuses all sides of torturing and killing civilians, carrying out gang-rapes and making arrests on the basis of ethnicity. (…) It covers from November to June during the year-long conflict fought by Tigrayan forces against the Ethiopian military and its allies - forces from the Amhara region and soldiers from the neighbouring country of Eritrea."

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02.11.2021

"'Information combat': Inside the fight for Myanmar's soul"

https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/information-combat-inside-fight-myanmars-soul-2021-11-01/

Wa Lone und Fanny Potkin zeigen auf, wie Myanmars Militär in den sozialen Medien gegen seine Gegnerinnen und Gegner vorgeht: "As Myanmar's military seeks to put down protest on the streets, a parallel battle is playing out on social media, with the junta using fake accounts to denounce opponents and press its message that it seized power to save the nation from election fraud, eight people with knowledge of the tactics said. The army, which was banned by the country's dominant online platform Facebook after the Feb. 1 coup, has tasked thousands of soldiers with conducting what is widely referred to in the military as 'information combat', according to the people, who include four military sources."

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01.11.2021

"Houthi missile attack on mosque, religious school kills and injures 29 civilians in Yemen - minister"

https://www.reuters.com/world/middle-east/official-houthi-missile-attack-kills-injures-29-civilians-yemen
s-marib-minister-2021-11-01/

Bei einem vermeintlich von Huthi-Rebellen ausgeführten Raketenangriff auf eine Moschee und religiöse Schule in der jemenitischen Provinz Marib seien nach Aussage von Jemens Informationsminister 29 Zivilistinnen und Zivilisten getötet oder verletzt worden, so Reuters. "Two ballistic missiles were used in the attack late on Sunday, Marib governor's office said in a statement. There was no immediate claim of responsibility by the Iranian-backed Houthis. Fighting between government forces and Houthis has escalated in recent months."

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28.10.2021

"Top U.S. general confirms 'very concerning' Chinese hypersonic weapons test"

https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/top-us-general-confirms-very-concerning-chinese-hypers
onic-weapons-test-2021-10-27/

Der Generalstabschef der US-Streitkräfte, General Mark Milley, habe den Test eines Hyperschallwaffensystems durch China bestätigt, erläutert Phil Stewart. "'What we saw was a very significant event of a test of a hypersonic weapon system. And it is very concerning,' Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told Bloomberg television, in an interview aired on Wednesday. Nuclear arms experts say China's weapons test appeared to be designed to evade U.S. defenses in two ways. First, hypersonics move at speeds of more than five times the speed of sound, or about 6,200 kph (3,853 mph), making them harder to detect and intercept. Second, sources tell Reuters that the United States believes China's test involved a weapon that first orbited the Earth."

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27.10.2021

"Sudan's Burhan says army ousted government to avoid civil war"

https://www.reuters.com/world/africa/telecommunications-interrupted-sudan-after-coup-2021-10-26/

Khalid Abdelaziz berichtet: Sudans höchster Militärvertreter, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, habe erklärt, die Regierung seines Landes gestürzt zu haben, um einen Bürgerkrieg zu vermeiden. "Speaking at his first news conference since announcing the takeover, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan said the army had no choice but to sideline politicians who were inciting against the armed forces. He said the military's action did not amount to a coup. 'The dangers we witnessed last week could have led the country into civil war,' he said, an apparent reference to demonstrations against the prospect of a coup."

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24.10.2021

"Dozens killed in fighting between Somalia army and former allied group"

https://www.reuters.com/world/africa/dozens-killed-fighting-between-somalia-army-former-allied-group-2021
-10-24/

Bei Kämpfen zwischen der Somalischen Nationalarmee und der Organisation Ahlu Sunna Wal Jamma'a (ASWJ) seien in Somalia mindestens dreißig Personen gestorben, erläutert Abdi Sheikh. "The clashes, in the state's second-largest district of Guriceel, run the risk of distracting both groups from their fights against Al Shabaab, analysts and residents said. (…) ASWJ is a group of moderate Sufi Muslims which has played a key role in the fight against the al Qaeda-linked al Shabaab insurgency. (…) ASWJ accuses the government of not doing enough to fight Al Shabaab, while the government accuses ASWJ of acting without its permission."

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20.10.2021

"Russia, hosting Taliban at international conference, calls for Afghan aid"

https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/russia-urges-international-aid-afghanistan-talks-with-taliban-
2021-10-20/

Vor dem Beginn einer Konferenz in Moskau zur Lage in Afghanistan habe Russland die internationale Staatengemeinschaft zur Unterstützung Kabuls aufgerufen, beobachtet Maria Tsvetkova. "Pakistan, China, Iran, India and former Soviet Central Asian states joined Taliban officials at the Moscow meeting. But the United States stayed away, citing technical reasons, while saying that it could attend such talks in the future. 'We are convinced that it is time to mobilise the resources of the international community to provide Kabul with effective financial humanitarian support, including to prevent a humanitarian crisis and reduce migration flows,' Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told reporters before the meeting."

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19.10.2021

"China, Russia navy ships jointly sail through Japan strait"

https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/china-russia-navy-ships-jointly-sail-through-japan-strait-2021
-10-19/

Chinesische und russische Marineschiffe hätten am Montag gemeinsam die Tsugaru-Straße durchquert, meldet Reuters. "A group of 10 naval vessels from China and Russia sailed through a strait separating Japan's main island and its northern island of Hokkaido on Monday, the Japanese government said, adding that it is closely watching such activities. It was the first time Japan has confirmed the passage of Chinese and Russian naval vessels sailing together through the Tsugaru Strait, which separates the Sea of Japan from the Pacific."

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14.10.2021

"Turkey expands armed drone sales to Ethiopia and Morocco - sources"

https://www.reuters.com/world/middle-east/turkey-expands-armed-drone-sales-ethiopia-morocco-sources-2021-
10-14/

Die Türkei soll mit Äthiopien und Marokko den Verkauf bewaffneter Drohnen ausgehandelt haben, beobachten Orhan Coskun, Jonathan Spicer und Ece Toksabay. "Any drone shipments to Ethiopia risk stoking friction in already strained relations between Ankara and Cairo, which is at odds with Addis Ababa over a hydropower dam on the Blue Nile. (…) Turkey, Ethiopia and Morocco have not formally announced any armed drone deals but several sources familiar with the arrangements provided details to Reuters. (…) The sources did not say how many drones were involved in the deals or provide financial details."

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14.10.2021

"Deadly shooting rocks Beirut as tensions over blast probe erupt"

https://www.reuters.com/world/middle-east/lebanon-court-dismisses-case-against-beirut-blast-judge-allowin
g-probe-continue-2021-10-14/

In Libanons Hauptstadt Beirut sei es zu gewaltsamen Ausschreitungen gekommen, so Reuters. "Gunfire in Beirut killed at least five Lebanese Shi'ites in what authorities said was an attack on protesters who were going to take part in a demonstration called by Hezbollah to demand the removal of the judge investigating last year's port explosion. (…) The judge has sought to question a number of senior politicians and security officials, including Hezbollah allies, suspected of negligence that led to the port explosion, which caused by a huge quantity of ammonium nitrate."

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