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The 357-bed hospital has state-of-the-art facilities and specialises in cancer treatment, intestinal, vascular and neurological surgery and nuclear medicine. It is a high-security facility run by the French Ministry of Defence and French armed forces. The Libyan sources said that Haftar has been suffering from ...

This announcement came as a surprise to the French Ministry of Defense "Hotel de Brienne". The French Minister of Armed Forces, Florence Parly, said that "there is no issue (...) though we are, of course, at the disposal our Greek friends to continue to work even more closely". In France, however, they state ...
In a document published by the French Ministry of Defence, the French government said its decision to attack Syria was based on medical evidence provided by non-government organisations working in the region. – Victims had symptoms of suffocation, asphyxiation or respiratory problems, as well as a ...
Head of the French Ministry of Defense, Florence Parly, in her Twitter published a video of the missile launch aimed at military facilities in Syria on April 14. The video shows the launch of a naval cruise missile from one of the French frigates located in the Mediterranean Sea. "Target: the place of production ...
A Souvim vehicle. The French Army's Souvim 2 mine clearing vehicle, based on the South African Husky, is actively deployed in Mali where it is tasked with ensuring roads are safe for convoys. The French Ministry of Defence said the Souvim 1 had proven itself in Afghanistan, and from late last year the ...
The following month, the French Ministry of Defense released video captures from a Rafale's forward-facing camera showing an F-22 in a disadvantageous dogfighting position, implying the French plane had won at least one round of pretend fighting. But the American pilots insisted their planes had gone ...


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