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A Greek national flag and a European Union flag flutter in the wind as the Parthenon is seen on the Acropolis archaeological site in Athens, Greece. The Greek government borrowed billions from the EU as part of three large bailout programs that Athens has now completed. File Photo by Dimitris …

Pentagon Considers Expanding Presence in Greece amid China, Turkey Concerns

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford told reporters during a visit to Greece Tuesday that the Pentagon is considering expanding its cooperation with Athens and its general presence in the country, citing easier access to battle theaters in Libya and Syria.

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Joint Chiefs Chairman Rejects Obama Plan to Share Syria Intel with Russia

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) Marine Corps General Joseph Dunford has just gone where no JCS chairman has ever gone before! Unsurprisingly, it took a Marine general to stand up to President Barack Obama in the wake of yet another of his dubious national security decisions.

Obama Holds Bilateral Meeting With Russian President Putin At UN

US, Russia Ink Syrian Airstrike Deal

The United States and Russia have agreed on new rules to avoid any confusion or conflict in Syria as both countries lead different coalitions. The Iraqi government also agreed not to ask Russia for help in its airspace.

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Cotton: Iran Deal Backers Putting Careers ‘in Hands of the Ayatollahs’

“I believe that we can get a veto-proof majority,” he told Breitbart News. “Yesterday [Tuesday] was the best day that his deal will have. And I don’t believe it was a very good day.” He said that in addition to a handful of Democrats who already opposed the deal, others are expressing misgivings.

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State Dept: Russia Isn’t An Existential Threat to the US

State Department Spokesman Mark Toner said that Secretary of State John Kerry does not believe Russia is an existential threat to the US at Friday’s press briefing. Toner declared, “The secretary doesn’t agree with the assessment that Russia is an