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US backs $100 bln climate fund

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US backing for a $100 billion climate fund to help poor nations revived hopes for a deal to combat global warming yesterday...

US aero exports off 17 percent amid slump

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US exports of aerospace products plunged 17 percent this year to $78.9 billion amid slowing sales growth overall, the industry's chief trade...

US threatens to strike: Madagascar

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The United States is pressuring Madagascar's rulers to agree on a transitional government or face losing trade benefits under American law. The...

Guantanamo detainee’s family sue Kenyan govt

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The family of a man held at the US Guantanamo Bay prison camp on suspicion of carrying out militant attacks has sued...

US to investigate leak of airport security manual

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US Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has sought disciplinary action against people responsible for posting online a manual of security measures at...

US sees window of opportunity in crisis-hit Guinea

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The United States is making contact with Guinea's defense minister to see if he may be willing to steer the West African...

A new era for the US defence market

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After years of unprecedented growth, the pace of overall US defence spending appears to have reached a plateau, and will likely commence...

Troop surge to aid intelligence companies

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The US Defence Department's plan to send 30 000 additional troops into Afghanistan is likely to prove a boon to Defence contractors...

US provides SA police underwater explosives training

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Fifteen South African police divers last month graduated from a specialised underwater explosives training course facilitated through the Office of Antiterrorism Assistance...

UK confident US will hand over F-35 fighter codes

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Britain is confident it will receive software code that controls Lockheed Martin Corp's new radar-evading F-35 fighter jet, despite the United States'...

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SANDF missing the communication target

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Former defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on a number of occasions said words to the effect South Africans have to decide what...