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though not the harder end of security, and shift them out of the security space. I thank you both. Now, yesterday saw almost 1,000 troops deployed on our streets to backfill for the police while the terror threat level is raised to critical following the Manchester bombing. That means an attack may be imminent. Troops will be used to guard important buildings, so the army was drafted into Parliament. We also saw members of the Army stationed in Whitehall,.
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And that 2016 figure you see is the lowest of the last 20 years by a whisker, bringing the current number of officers broadly in-line with the pre 9/11 period. The context of all this was of course austerity, with Theresa May saying police forces needed to use resources more efficiently. But given the deployment of the army to support police in the wake.
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Now with the army deployed in the wake of the attack, it has also left many asking how this senseless atrocity may affect all of our everyday lives. There is a calm across this city - people catch buses and trains, they go to work, they shop - children go to school
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remembered. As they did in Bradford... And Ipswich... And under Big Ben, police and army now sharing the role of protecting our streets stood silently side-by-side. The silence was.
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“We think that the costs are so high for the military that we dont have the means to cater to the means of people. The effects of societies of war are that they migrate by need. And ecologically, we misuse national resources such as minerals and energy and dig oils to keep the military machine going.” The U.S. president had called NATOobsolete” during his campaign, but said in April that NATO has been the “bulwark of international peace and security.” Left-wing French politician Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who wanted France to leave NATO, received close to 20 percent of the vote during the first round of presidential elections there a month ago; a study by the U.S.-based Pew Research Center, however, shows citizens of most NATO countries are in favor of the military alliance. Ann Wright is a retired U.S. army colonel and former diplomat. She resigned over the Iraq war in 2003 and is now part of Veterans for Peace.
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A spokesman for the Libyan National Army says forces loyal to the LNA have seized control of an air base in the country's south that had been under control of western militiamen
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again in my interviews. I feel we haven't got that right. Across society, as well as the media, we haven't put at the right messages. Strong, consistent messages to try to derail some of this ideological influence. We have failed on many different levels and the fact that the government has had to deploy the army to the streets is going to show, it's a clear demonstration that preventative.
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Philippine army generals say 31 Islamic State group-linked extremists have been killed in two days of fighting in a southern city that has been under siege since one of Asia's most-wanted militants evaded capture and dozens of rebels came to his aid
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22003 9000 sorted that at the moment of events text Risa Michael Fallon says yeah will we get myself till 20:20 to reach the target and we can't force people to join up but the laborers are entered this discussion as far as the election is concerned saying no swearing power we're going to look at this weekend to look at recruitment and retention policies we need to stand the exodus seen under the Conservatives the allegation flavour is the conservative spending cuts and coming the army in particular I put Britain security at risk it but they've got an argument themselves they don't know about about try just quickly is everybody do you know what you know about the amount that would be spent quickly on different iCloud with sides that try because the biggest you that would be she would be here for an alarm that but on the defence spending with NATO that's easily I said in the three main parties Conservatives Liberal Democrats.
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shrinking size of the army yeah yeah that's pertinent again but not just generally in the election but particularly today of all days at coming in to the yard to the Western Studios here it comes to House of Parliament they were soldiers guarding of Westminster there we know that 3802 to be made available to guard key sites like Westminster Buckingham Palace there going to be helping the police the big events like a Rihanna concert know things that I haven't heard these suggestions that the army can't cope with that this extra workload but it is extra workload will increasing you become so sweet as long as this does August level we don't know how long it will be going on this level 4 we have to bear in mind that the size of the army unit is shrunk a lot over the years and it is an election issue and it's an issue for the Conservatives are they provided over a lot of these Cuts Stoke promise to build up the size of the arm.
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suggest that they are concerned about something that may have been found that there are may have been reported for being there. Remember there was a lot of activity and alarm around a raid this morning about a college. Eight call came in, a suspicious package. The army was sent there. It wasn't needed. That.
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A newly released audit from the Department of Defense shows the Pentagon doesn't know what happened to more than $1 billion in arms and equipment in Iraq
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“I spoke with people who had to flee villages that were captured by Boko Haram and they’ve since come back but they can’t go a kilometer out of town to farm. Right now people are coming home sometimes under false pretenses," he said. "They’re being told that their homeland and home areas are safe and they’re coming home to find that the towns themselves might be safe but the farmlands outside arent safe. The markets arent safe. The roads arent safe. And in some areas that we’re working in there isnt even clean and safe water to be procured.” Nigeria’s National Emergency Management Agency says people internally displaced by the conflict can voluntarily go back to liberated areas as long as they feel safe. The Nigerian army provides road escorts several times a week from Maiduguri to certain communities. But aid groups say many communities are simply not prepared for the large numbers of people coming back.