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The Israelian Defence Forces (IDF) struck two artillery launchers and an ammunition truck on the Syrian side of the border after “several Syrian projectiles” landed in Israeli territory without causing any casualties. A similar incident occurred in the same Golan Heights region on Saturday.
Sweden will replace its air defense systems citing potential Russian threat
Sweden intends to replace all of its aging air defense systems, saying Russian missile systems stationed in the nearby exclave of Kaliningrad make this a necessity. US-made Patriot systems are among the options for the major overhaul. The Swedish military’s Air Defense Regiment, which currently operates Raytheon’s archaic MIM-23 Hawk missile system, is likely to be replaced in the coming years, defense officials said.
US spy plane carried out ‘provocative turn’ toward Russian fighter jet over Baltic
Moscow said a US spy plane flying toward the Russian border made a “provocative turn” toward a fighter jet, which had been scrambled for an interception mission. Earlier, the US military claimed the Russian jet had approached the US plane in an unsafe way. Thursday, the Russian Defense Ministry has confirmed that a Baltic Fleet Su-27 jet was scrambled on Monday to intercept what turned out to be US RC-135 spy plane flying towards the Russian border. “While being escorted, the RC-135 attempted to move closer towards the Russian interceptor, making a provocative turn towards the Su-27,” a statement by Russian defense officials reads.
North Korea says it tested new anti-ship missile
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea tested a new type of cruise missile that could strike U.S. and South Korean warships “at will” if the country was attacked, its state media said Friday, 9 June, a day after Seoul detected four missiles being launched from a eastern coastal town.
The missiles represent the fourth new missile system North Korea said it has introduced and successfully tested this year, sending a defiant message that it will continue to pursue a weapons program that has rattled its neighbors and Washington.
NATO chief in talks with Germany, Turkey over air base spat
The chief of NATO, J. Stoltenberg, says he’s in touch with both Germany and Turkey regarding their latest dispute over visiting rights to a Turkish air base where German soldiers are stationed. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told German daily newspaper Bild on Sunday he’s focused on finding a solution and criticized the German government for saying it was considering withdrawing the soldiers from Turkey. Turkey recently blocked a request for German lawmakers to visit their country’s 270 soldiers at the Incirlik air base. The moved raised the possibility that Germany might relocate planes supporting a multi-national campaign against the Islamic State group.
UN Security Council meeting on N.Korea missile test
The United Nations Security Council is due to meet on Tuesday, May 22, behind closed doors to discuss North Korea’s latest missile test at the request of the United States, Japan and South Korea, diplomats said on Sunday. North Korea fired a ballistic missile into waters off its east coast on Sunday, its second missile test in a week, which South Korea said dashed the hopes of the South’s new liberal government for peace between the neighbors. The United Nations Security Council first imposed sanctions on North Korea in 2006 and has strengthened the measures in response to its five nuclear tests and two long-range rocket launches. Pyongyang is threatening a sixth nuclear test. (Reuters)
China is ‘very active’ in spying on Australia
Beijing has been actively spying on Australia and trying to control the Chinese community and media in the country, according to Australia’s outgoing secretary of the Department of Defence. “It is no secret that China is very active in intelligence activities directed against us. It is more than cyber” retiring Secretary of the Defence Department Dennis Richardson said in an address on Friday. Richardson has also served as Australian Security Intelligence Organization (ASIO) chief, Washington Ambassador and Foreign Affairs head.“The Chinese Government keeps a watchful eye inside Australian Chinese communities and effectively controls some Chinese language media in Australia,” according to the official, cited by ABC.
NATO member states have ratified Montenegro accession
All the members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization have ratified the protocol on the accession of Montenegro to the organization, the Balkan nation’s government said. The ratification of the protocol signed in May 2016 by all NATO member nations was the requirement for Montenegro’s joining of the alliance. The formal joining of NATO, which could take place at the next summit of the military alliance in May, would add to the stability and economic benefit of the country and to the Balkans at large, Sputnik quoted Prime Minister Dusko Markovic as saying Friday. Montenegro was invited to join NATO in December 2015. Russia has expressed concerns over the further expansion of NATO into the east.