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Pentagon Awards $12Mln Modified Contract for Radar Systems Going to Ukraine

Urdu Point 30 Sep 2022
WASHINGTON (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 30th September, 2022) The US military awarded the firm SRCTec a $12 million contract to produce radar systems that will go to ...
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North Americans in Russia's KHL face difficult decisions

North Shore News 30 Sep 2022
... still available, cautioning anyone holding a Russian passport could be subject to call-up for mandatory military service ... Embassy's alert by saying anyone who is not a Russian citizen is not subject to military conscription and that mobilization orders do not void any contracts.
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US runs past Canada into World Cup gold medal game

The Associated Press 30 Sep 2022
... still available, cautioning anyone holding a Russian passport could be subject to call-up for mandatory military service ... Embassy's alert by saying anyone who is not a Russian citizen is not subject to military conscription and that mobilization orders do not void any contracts.
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Pentagon plans to set up a new command to arm Ukraine's military, officials say

The Buffalo News 30 Sep 2022
Just as the Pentagon has committed more than $16 billion in military aid to Ukraine – a combination of immediate shipments from stockpiles as well as contracts for weapons to be delivered over the next three years – the new command signals that the United States expects the ...
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‘Putin is a fool’: Intercepted calls reveal Russian Army in disarray

Indian Express 30 Sep 2022
Many say they want to terminate their military contracts, and they rebut the propaganda broadcast by Russian news media back home with the stark realities of the war around them ... After Ukrainian forces stage ambushes and cut off the key access route to the capital, Russian soldiers tell their relatives that the military strategy is failing.
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‘Anti-American’: Microsoft faces US scrutiny as it nears 10,000 employees in China

New York Post 30 Sep 2022
More On. microsoft. Tech workers getting leg-lengthening surgery that costs up to $150K. report ...High severity’ ... Sen ... Paul Rosenzweig, a former Homeland Security deputy assistant secretary, speculated that Microsoft has faced less scrutiny from lawmakers due to its extensive contracts with the US government and military ... ....
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Israel exploits the Algerian-Moroccan rift to push them further apart

Middle East Monitor 29 Sep 2022
The best example of this is the latest military contracts between Morocco and Israel, centred on security and military cooperation.
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Hampton University President discusses the ‘secret’ to being an effective leader

Federal News Radio 29 Sep 2022
Previously he worked at Leidos, where he served as vice president and managing director of the company’s $9 billion United Kingdom Ministry of Defense Logistics Commodities and Services Transformation (LCST) contract, providing global logistical support to... military forces.
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Pentagon to Set Up New Command in Germany to Streamline Military Aid to Ukraine - Reports

Urdu Point 29 Sep 2022
The Defense Department has committed more than $16 billion in military assistance to Ukraine, consisting of weapons provided immediately from US stockpiles and other weapon contracts that may take up to three years to complete.
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Canadian economy surprises with 0.1% growth in July, August seen flat

FX Empire 29 Sep 2022
Demand for Canadian wheat has increased since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which Russia calls a special military operation, helping push up export volumes. The retail trade sector contracted sharply in July, falling to its lowest level since December 2021, led down by a 7.1% decline in output at gasoline stations, Statscan said.
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Canada’s economic activity creeps up, unexpectedly

Al Jazeera 29 Sep 2022
Demand for Canadian wheat has increased since Russia’s February 24 invasion of Ukraine, which Moscow calls a special military operation, helping push up export volumes ... Accommodation and food services also contracted in July, driven by less activity at bars and restaurants.
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Taiwan’s military needs overhaul amid China threat, critics say

Finger Lakes Times 29 Sep 2022
It’s not the way a military in a democracy should be run.” ... From 2019 to 2021, some 8,000 volunteers across the Taiwanese Army, Navy and Air Force left their military service early before completing their contract, which is typically four years, and paid back their recruitment fee, said Chang, who retired two years ago.
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GLOBALink | Major demonstrations held in Czech Republic

Xinhua 29 Sep 2022
A major demonstration took place in the Czech capital Prague on Wednesday, calling for the country's direct contracts with gas suppliers at low prices, military neutrality, and political independence in decision-making with regard to the European Union (EU). Produced by Xinhua Global Service ... .
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Norman Solomon Interview

Dissident Voice 29 Sep 2022
military spending is “defense” spending gets any discussion off to a badly distorted start ... agenda is to run the world.” It’s an agenda propelled and implemented largely by corporate power, with tremendous profits being made — mostly by huge corporations; military contracting is a sacred cash cow for the oligarchy.
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That’s not the droid you’re looking for: Why human-AI partnership is the key to responsible AI

Federal News Radio 29 Sep 2022
AI companies about whether their technology should be used in military applications, the highest profile of which was Google’s decision to not renew a contract with the Defense Department to perform image recognition ... Each technical innovation makes the military more effective at their jobs while reducing risk to our soldiers.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting with the heads of delegations to the 18th meeting of the Conference of Heads of Security and Intelligence Agencies of the Commonwealth of Independent States members via videoconference at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022
AP / Gavriil Grigorov, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Igor Barinov, Head of the Russian Federal Agency for Ethnic Affairs, hold a meeting in Moscow, Russia, Monday, Aug. 29, 2022
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