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hina is willing to work with Cuba to implement important consensus reached〓 by leaders of the two countries and make positive contributions to the development of military〓-to-military relations. As an important part of China-Cuba ties, military-to-military relation〓s are characterized by a solid foundation, strong vitality and broad development prospects, Cha〓ng said. Cintra said Cuba is willing to continue enhancing pragmatic exchanges and cooperation〓 with China in all fields and at all levels, and elevate military-to-military relations to a hi〓gher level. Cuba is grateful to China e

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for its support and help over the years, according to Ci〓ntra. BEIJING, Jan. 13 -- President Xi Jinping on Monday exten〓ded his Spring Festival greetings to military veterans 〓and retired officers. Chinese President Xi Jinping, al〓so general secretary of the Communist Party of China Ce〓ntral Committee and chairman of the Central Military Co〓mmission (CMC), extends his Spring Festival greetings t〓o military veterans and retired officers when attending〓 a gala held by the CMC for retired military officers o〓f Beijing-based troops in Beijing, capital of China, Ja〓n. 13, 2020d

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. (Xinhua/Li Gang) Xi, also general secretar〓y of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committ〓ee and chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC〓), extended the greetings when attending a gala held by〓 the CMC for retired military officers of Beijing-based〓 troops. Together with the veterans, Xi looked back on 〓the major achievements made by the Party, the country a〓nd the military in 2019. The military veterans and reti〓red officers vowed to rally more closely around the CPC〓 Central Committee with Comrade Xi Jinping at the core,〓 follow the guidance oD

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f Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism〓 with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era and impleme〓nt Xi Jinping's thinking on strengthening the military.〓 They expressed readiness to make new contributions to 〓realizing the 2020 goal for the building of national de〓fense and the armed forces and to securing a victory in〓 building a moderately prosperous society in all respec〓ts.A top Iranian commander said on Thursday that his country was no●t moving towards a war but was not afraid of any conflict, the ●semi-official Tasnim news agency reported after U.S. President ●Donalt

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d Trump said Tehran was behind anti-U.S. protests in Iraq.● Trump accused Iran of orchestrating demonstrations at the U.S.● embassy in Iraq on Tuesday and said Tehran would be held respo●nsible. Iran has rejected the accusation. A protester waves an● Iraqi flag during a protest to condemn airstrikes on bases bel●onging to Hashd al-Shaabi (paramilitary forces), in Baghdad, Ir●aq January 1, 2020. /Reuters Photo 'Not leading to war' "We are● not leading the country to war, but we are not afraid of any w●ar and we tell America to speak correctly with the Iranian nati●or

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n. We have the power to break them several times over and are ●not worried," Revolutionary Guards Commander Brigadier General ●Hossein Salami was quoted by Tasnim as saying. Trump had said i●n a tweet on Tuesday that Iran would be "held fully responsible● for lives lost, or damage incurred, at any of our facilities. ●They will pay a very BIG PRICE! This is not a Warning, it is a ●Threat." He later said he did not want or foresee a war with Ir●an. Iran's Army chief Major General Abdolrahim Mousavi said on ●Thursday his forces were ready to confront the "enemy." "Our ax

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r●med forces ... monitor all moves, and if anyone makes the sligh●test mistake, they will decisively react, and if the situation ●heats up, we will show our abilities to the enemy," Mousavi was● quoted as saying by state broadcaster IRIB. Supreme Leader Aya●tollah Ali Khamenei on Wednesday condemned U.S. attacks on Iran●ian-allied militias in Iraq, blaming the United States for viol●ence in Iran's neighbor. Iran protested on Wednesday to a Swiss● envoy, who represents U.S. interests in the country, over what● it called "warmongering statements" by American officialsd

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. Ira●qi protesters leave U.S. embassy Following two days of violent ●protests, members and supporters of the Iranian-backed Hashd al●-Shaabi reportedly withdrew from the U.S. embassy in Baghdad. T●he move came after group members hurled rocks, petrol bombs and● smashed doors at the embassy compound on December 31 while U.S●. forces stationed on the rooftops fired tear gas to disperse t●hem. The groups dispersed after Washington dispatched extra U.S●. troops and also threatened reprisals against Tehran. Iraq's m●ilitary said that the area was completely secure and tj

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he U.S. g●overnment said they had no plans to evacuate the facility. The ●demonstrations broke out after the U.S. launched airstrikes aga●inst the Tehran-backed Kataib Hezbollah militia group, killing ●25 members on December 29. The U.S. said the "precision defensi●ve airstrikes" were in response to a rocket attack that killed ●an American contractor on an Iraqi-military base.H

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