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An armed conflict including one or more governments, and causing the death of 1,000 or more people per year
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The Israeli Foreign Ministry is preparing for military conflict with Iran after an incident last week in which (https://www.cnn.com/2019/06/20/middleeast/iran-drone-claim-hnk-intl/index.html) Iran allegedly shot down an unmanned U.S.
Also, a vast majority of voters oppose a military conflict with Iran and express support for US President Donald Trump's retreat from his alleged decision for a military strike against the Islamic Republic.
To main peace and stability in the Persian Gulf regions is the collective interest, it is not only Iran exposed to risk of a military conflict, said Ambassador.
The reason Russia was seeking de-escalation in tensions more than the US was that it feared that the military conflict between Pakistan and India could undermine the regional peace.
Iran cannot rule out the possibility of military conflict with Israel, the foreign minister further said.
This is the first time such charges have been brought.For the very first time, the National Criminal Agency (NAKA) has brought charges against a Slovak for his involvement in the military conflict in eastern Ukraine.
State Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert said in a statement that Pompeo "thanked de Mistura for his efforts in de-escalating the military conflict and re-invigorating the political peace process." Pompeo also thanked de Mistura "for his more than four years of service on behalf of the Syrian people, as well as his many years of UN service around the world." Last week, de Mistura announced that he would quit in the last week of November due to personal reasons.
Japan is deeply concerned of the growing possibility that a large scale military conflict in the northwest of Syria, namely Idlib province will take place, it said, adding that as there is a large number of civilians, including the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the area, if conflict erupts, further deterioration of the humanitarian situation may occur which will have negative impact upon the stability of the entire Middle East.
Summary: The Economist Intelligence Unit predicts Lebanon's GDP growth to slow to 1.7 percent in 2018 due to political instability, potential military conflict and tax changes.
military would defend their country or territory in a military conflict remained largely steady.
According to Resilinc, a global supply chain mapping intelligence organization, a military conflict of any magnitude could have catastrophic consequences for this sector.

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