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A Turkish military observation post in northern Syria's Idlib province came under fire from Syrian government warplanes, the Anadolu Agency reported Aug. 22. According to the report, the jets directed machine-gun fire near the outpost, although no damage was reported.
A transition is underway as digital currencies move slowly into the mainstream. Some case studies offer clues where the shift is headed and what threats bitcoin, Libra and other systems might pose or what benefits they might bring.
Australia will lend support to a U.S.-led initiative to ensure safe passage for commercial vessels through the Strait of Hormuz, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced Aug. 20, The Japan Times reported.
Zalmay Khalilzad, the U.S. special representative for Afghanistan reconciliation, is traveling to Qatar to resume peace talks with the Taliban and will later visit Kabul for consultations with the Afghan government, the U.S. State Department said Aug. 20.
Russia will form a mixed air division and an anti-aircraft missile brigade in the country's eastern military district, according to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, Tass reported Aug. 21. Shoigu accused the United States of attempting to expand its influence in the Asia-Pacific and undermining Russian and Chinese positions in Southeast Asia.
The Chinese government has threatened to impose sanctions against U.S. companies that participate in the sale of F-16 fighter jets to Taiwan if the United States decides to proceed with the deal, the BBC reported Aug. 21.
U.S. Special Representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun arrived in Seoul on Aug. 20 for meetings with South Korean officials amid the conclusion of joint U.S.-South Korean military drills, NK News reported.
A spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry has condemned ongoing anti-government protests in Moscow, arguing that they stem from Western interference in Russian domestic affairs, Tass reported Aug. 20.