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Crisis-hit Sri Lanka deploys troops to quell protests
Troops armed with sweeping powers were deployed in Sri Lanka on Saturday with the near-bankrupt country on edge after the president declared a state of emergency to quell escalating protests against him.
Some Russian forces returning to bases after drills near Ukraine
Some troops in Russia's military districts adjacent to Ukraine are returning to their bases after completing drills, Russia's Defense Ministry said on Tuesday, a move that could de-escalate frictions between Moscow and the West.
U.S. troop reinforcements arrive in Poland amid tensions with Russia
The first U.S. troops reinforcing NATO allies in Eastern Europe amid tensions with Russia over Ukraine arrived on Saturday at Rzeszow military base in southeastern Poland.
France won't stay in Mali if price is too high: Defense minister
European states in Mali will try to find a way to keep their mission going, but there are limits to the price that France is prepared to pay to remain there, French Defense Minister Florence Parly said on Saturday.
Iraq: US-led troops’ combat mission ends
Iraq’s national security adviser Qassim al-Araji said on Thursday the US-led coalition has ended its combat mission in Iraq and withdrawn from the country, a move that transfers all remaining troops into a training and advising role.
Iraqi groups vow to force US troops to leave in humiliation
Iraqi Kata'ib Hezbollah resistance movement emphasized that American military must withdraw from the Arab country, and it is ready to force the occupation troops to do so.
Premier: Iraq doesn't need U.S. combat troops
Resistance factions demand pullout of all foreign forces
Iraq discusses US troop withdrawal one day after talks with Iran
Tehran stresses support for Baghdad on all fronts
US formally begins withdrawing from its longest war
The United States formally began withdrawing its last troops from Afghanistan on Saturday, bringing its longest war nearer to an end but also heralding an uncertain future for a country in the tightening grip of an emboldened Taliban.
Russia begins drawdown of troops from borders near Ukraine
Putin says ready to discuss ties with Zelensky in Moscow anytime
US says NATO forces to leave together from Afghanistan
A coalition of NATO-led troops in Afghanistan will leave the war-ravaged country in coordination with a planned US withdrawal by Sept. 11, Washington's top diplomat said on Wednesday.
Kremlin: Russian military movements near Ukraine pose no threat
The Kremlin said Russian military movements near its shared border with Ukraine posed no threat to Ukraine or anyone else and that Moscow moved troops around its country as it saw fit.
Russia to take ‘measures’ if Western troops sent to Ukraine: Kremlin
The Kremlin said Friday Moscow would be forced to take measures if the West sends troops to Ukraine to buttress its ally, amid reports of a Russian troop buildup on the border.
UNSC calls for withdrawal of foreign troops, mercenaries from Libya
The United Nations Security Council called for the withdrawal of all foreign forces and mercenaries from Libya "without further delay" in a unanimously approved declaration.
Foreign troops to stay in Afghanistan beyond May deadline: NATO sources
International troops plan to stay in Afghanistan beyond the May deadline envisaged by the insurgent Taliban’s deal with the US, four senior NATO officials said, a move that could escalate tensions with the Taliban demanding full withdrawal.

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