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  1. Colombia: Last FARC Unit Reaches Demobilization Camps

    02.22 / 19:48 inserbia.info Inserbia.info - World
    BOGOTÁ, Colombia – The last active unit of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) has arrived in one of the many Transition Zones, or demobilization camps, established throughout the country where they will turn over their weapons and begin the transition to civilian life. The unit, comprised of some 300 rebels, arrived at the …
  2. Indian Navy Rejects Home-made Fighter Jets

    02.22 / 19:48 inserbia.info Inserbia.info - World
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ initiative has received a big blow, as the Indian Navy refused to use home-made war planes. The Navy recently asked the Modi government to export fighter jets from foreign countries, saying that home-made jets are too heavy to use. According to sources close to the Navy, they also…
  3. Croatia makes millions on war in Syria

    02.22 / 19:48 inserbia.info Inserbia.info - World
    In the first nine months of last year, the official Zagreb has sold ammunition, mines and rocket launchers in the amount of 83 million euros, Telegraf reports. Croatia earns millions of euros on war in Syria, selling ammunition and weapons from the Yugoslav war period and the nineties, says Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN). In…
  4. More American troops may be sent to Syria – US commander

    02.22 / 19:25 inserbia.info Inserbia.info - World
    More US troops may be needed in Syria to speed up the campaign against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), the top commander for the Middle East has stated, specifically referring to the push to liberate Raqqa. “I am very concerned about maintaining momentum,” General Joseph L. Votel, the head of the United States Central Command, [&#…
  5. Djukanovic Says Russia Trying To Destabilize Balkans

    02.22 / 19:15 inserbia.info Inserbia.info - World
    Montenegro’s former prime minister accused Russia of seeking to destabilize the Balkans following a thwarted attempt to overthrow Podgorica’s pro-Western government. Milo Djukanovic, who stepped down after an alleged plot emerged on election day in October aimed at preventing the small Balkan country from joining NATO, said that pro-Moscow groups “harnessed a lot of destructive…