Russia vs. Saudi Arabia 2018 World Cup: Hosts in command at halftime

  1. Russia vs. Saudi Arabia 2018 World Cup: Hosts in command at halftime  Washington Post
  2. US tops 2018 World Cup ticket sales to fans outside of Russia  ESPN
  3. Russia hopes to stir World Cup crowds with musical spoons  Reuters
  4. After the doping and hooliganism scandals, Russia needs a good World Cup  The Independent
  5. Why the Most Compelling Drama at the World Cup Might Be Off the Field  TIME
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E3 2018: Command & Conquer Returns As Free-To-Play Mobile Title, Rivals

  1. E3 2018: Command & Conquer Returns As Free-To-Play Mobile Title, Rivals  GameSpot
  2. E3 2018: EA Revitalizing Command & Conquer on Mobile Comes Across as Shallow  Hardcore Gamer
  3. ‘Command & Conquer’ mobile game wants in on that ‘Clash of Clans’ money  Engadget
  4. ‘Command & Conquer: Rivals’: EA Takes On ‘Clash Royale’  Variety
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In symbolic nod to India, U.S. Pacific Command changes name

In symbolic nod to India, U.S. Pacific Command changes nameBy Idrees Ali PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (Reuters) – The U.S. military on Wednesday renamed its Pacific Command the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, in a largely symbolic move underscoring the growing importance of India to the Pentagon, U.S. officials said. U.S. Pacific Command, which is responsible for all U.S. military activity in the greater Pacific region, has about 375,000 civilian and military personnel assigned to its area of responsibility, which includes India. “Relationships with our Pacific and Indian Ocean allies and partners have proven critical to maintaining regional stability,” U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said in prepared remarks.


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In nod to India, US military renames its Pacific Command

In nod to India, US military renames its Pacific CommandThe Pentagon is renaming its oldest and largest military command to reflect the growing importance of the Indian Ocean in US strategic thinking, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Wednesday. From now on, the storied US Pacific Command, or PACOM, which was formed after World War II, will be known as the Indo-Pacific Command. The name change is largely symbolic for now, and won’t immediately result in any shifts in the command’s boundaries or assets across the vast area stretching from the western part of India to America’s Pacific coastline.


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