ISIS releases ‘hit list of US military personnel’, claims hacking victory
There is some skepticism over the content of the latest batch
by RT
NATO and Russia Prepare for War
Probability of all-out conflict increasingly likely says think tank.
by Kurt Nimmo

Pentagon reviewing program to train Syrian rebels
Concerns come in the wake of an Al Qaeda attack on a small group of the first US trained and equipped rebels.
by Barbara Starr
Putin Giving Up on Assad, Says Erdogan
Takeover of the nation will prevent Syria from becoming a major transport route for Russia’s gas.
by Eric Zuesse

US deploying 6 fighter jets to Turkey to fight ISIS
Ankara has asked the US to establish a no-fly zone over Syria and a “security zone” along the Turkish border.
by RT
Dozens Killed as Wave of Bomb Attacks Hits Kabul
Insurgents struck an area near a U.S. special forces base on Friday in a wave of attacks in the Afghan capital…
by Mirwais Harooni, Jessica Donati

Japan Gets Ready for More Military Spending
…But Japan has a large military already!
by Ryan McMaken

If Spending Is Our Military Strategy, Our Strategy Is Bankrupt
The U.S. spends more on defense than the next ten big spenders combined.
by Mark Mateski
Arms Embargo Should Be Lifted To Fight Islamic State, Libyan Government Says
ISIS was able to take advantage of the country’s instability.
by Michael Kaplan

Children and mentally ill lead new wave of suspected Boko Haram suicide bombers
Militants continue to rampage across northern Nigeria and Cameroon as local forces prepare new battle to contain rising regional security threat.
by Peter Foster
U.S. Troops to Train Regular Ukrainian Military Troops: State Department
“…part of our long-running defense cooperation with Ukraine…” State Dept. representative said.
by Reuters

‘If we don’t take out Iran,’ it will reenact the Holocaust in US and Israel
Call for a war with Iran was widely shared.
by Philip Weiss
Web Wars: German Army to Enter Global Cyberwar – German Media
“The spectrum of threats ranges from cyber espionage and sabotage to open cyber conflict.”
by Sputnik

India, US, Japan to Hold War Games in Indian Ocean
First time in eight years that New Delhi has hosted a multilateral war game.
by Sputnik
U.S. Military Seeks Reasons To Prolong Afghanistan Occupation
The threat of the somewhat imaginary Islamic State group in Afghanistan is vague.
by Moon of Alabama