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Global Security Newsletter // January 20

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January 20, 2019
Giuliani: ‘100 percent certain’ on Trump-Cohen - POLITICO
Nirmala Sitharaman launches Tamil Nadu Defence Industrial Corridor - The Financial Express
Intersec '19 opens; 1,212 exhibitors participate - Saudi Gazette
Trump rages against Pelosi after deal to end shutdown is rejected - New York Post
Despite Chinese threats, Canada will continue building ‘coalition’ with allies, Champagne says - Global News

Giuliani: ‘100 percent certain’ on Trump-Cohen - POLITICO

POLITICO
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Nirmala Sitharaman launches Tamil Nadu Defence Industrial Corridor - The Financial Express

The Financial Express
Several ministers and senior officials of the Tamil Nadu government, senior Defence Ministry officials and executives from defence PSUs were present at the event.In a major move to boost indigenisation of defence manufacturing, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday launched a mega corridor to link leading military manufacturing units in five cities in South India, which entails an investment to the tune of over Rs 3,000 crore.
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Intersec '19 opens; 1,212 exhibitors participate - Saudi Gazette

Saudi Gazette
DUBAI — Intersec 2019, the world’s leading trade fair for security, safety, and fire protection, opened in Dubai Sunday, featuring 1,212 exhibitors from 54 countries.The annual three-day event, which runs until Jan.
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Trump rages against Pelosi after deal to end shutdown is rejected - New York Post

New York Post
President Trump bashed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats for rejecting his deal to reopen the government even before he announced it, and the meteorologist-in-chief called for some “old fashioned global warming” to offset the freezing temps in a series of tweets Sunday.
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Despite Chinese threats, Canada will continue building ‘coalition’ with allies, Champagne says - Global News

Global News
Canada will continue working to gather allies in its fight with China despite recent threats. In an interview with the West Block‘s Mercedes Stephenson, Infrastructure Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said threats from China last week that Canada should stop gathering allies to speak out against its detentions of two Canadians after the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou will not stop the work at building a “coalition” of partners.
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