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Report: India Arrests over 1,300 in Kashmir Crackdown 

Authorities in Indian-administered Kashmir have detained more than 1,300 people during an ongoing security lockdown intended to ward off a popular uprising in the country’s only Muslim-majority region, the Independent reported Wednesday.

Security personnel patrol during a lockdown in Srinagar on August 10, 2019. (Photo by Tauseef MUSTAFA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TAUSEEF MUSTAFA/AFP/Getty Images)

North Korea Warns America: ‘There Is a Limit to Our Patience’

The North Korean regime warned the United States on Wednesday there is a “limit to our patience” with regards to negotiating a potential peace treaty, accusing the Trump administration of scheming to “annihilate us by force” rather than make concessions on sanctions.

People bicycle past a giant TV screen broadcasting the meeting of visiting North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Chinese President Xi Jinping during a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing in June.(ANDY WONG/AP)

Russia TV Promoting Nuclear War Drills as U.S. Deploys Troops to Norway

While Russia enhances Cold War-era Soviet Union survival measures, nearly 330 American Marines prepare to deploy to Norway in January, boosting the U.S. military footprint in Europe, reportedly marking the first time a foreign military has been posted in the European country since World War II amid heightened tensions between Washington and Moscow.

FILE - In this file photo taken on Saturday, May 9, 2015, Iskander missile launchers are driven during the Victory Parade marking the 70th anniversary of the defeat of the Nazis in World War II, in Red Square in Moscow. The Russian military said Thursday Oct. 20, 2016 it conducted …

Russia Considers Permanent Military Base in Cuba

Russia flexed its muscles on the world stage this week by announcing increased cooperation with Iran on Syria, dispatching a new warship to the Mediterranean coast, and floating the idea of an “indefinite” military presence in Syria.

A Russian radar station is seen in Lourdes, about 12 miles south of Havana, Cuba Wednesday Oct. 17, 2001. Gen. Anatoly Kvashnin, head of the armed forces' General Staff said Wednesday in Moscow that Russia would dismantle its radar stations in Lourdes as part of cutting back military installations abroad. …