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Renovatory work on the Kuçovë base began in January, as military spending in much of Europe has been rising.
Czech arms company denies selling weapons to Hong Kong police
A weapons dealer in the Czech Republic has firmly denied rumours it has sold arms to police in Hong Kong.
Family of murdered academic complain over Italy selling arms to Egypt
A month before the fifth anniversary of the disappearance of Giulio Regeni, an Italian academic who was tortured and killed in Egypt, Italy delivered a frigate to Egypt.
US-Russia nuclear talks: Washington condemns 'no-show' China at summit
Expectations of progress are low as US and Russian officials meet for nuclear disarmament talks. China has rejected US calls to join in, accusing the Trump administration of deflecting responsibility.
Global arms trade increased in the last five years, new report shows
Global arms trade: The US remains the biggest exporting country, France and Germany are in third and fourth place.
Quarter of world's arms sales from European companies: SIPRI
The UK, France, Italy, and Germany were Europe's biggest arms sellers last year but remain behind Russia and the US.
Several EU countries halt arms export to Turkey over Syrian incursion
London, Berlin, Paris join fellow European countries Norway, Denmark and Finland in their blockade, with the latter stating that the arms export ban concerned not only Turkey but also any other country involved in the fighting.
UK government suspends arms sales to Saudi Arabia after court ruling
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has announced a temporary suspension of export licences to the kingdom
Donald Trump pulls US out of Arms Trade Treaty
Trump made the announcement at the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting, signing an order to the US Senate to stop the ratification process.
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EU divided over Saudi arms sales six months after Khashoggi killing
Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was brutally murdered six months ago. Some EU countries continue to sell arms to Saudi Arabia despite the global outcry.
German government divided over ban on Saudi arms sales
Germany's government is in a deadlock over extending a ban on arms exports to Saudi Arabia that is set to expire this week.
Where in Europe is the biggest flow of major arms?
Three European countries are listed in the world's top five biggest exporters of major arms -- but which countries are they?
Humanity's self-inflicted Armagaddon remains 'two-minutes to midnight'
The US-based team of scientists — including a board of 15 Nobel Laureates — say they have kept their annually-updated metaphoric clock at two minutes from potential Armageddon because of two threats: nuclear weapons and climate change
Russia overtakes UK to become world's second biggest arms producer
Russia has become the world's second biggest arms producer, relegating the UK to third place − but the US continues to dwarf even its closest competitors.
US National Security Advisor warns Russia 'Don't mess with elections'
US National Security Adviser John Bolton addressed reporters following a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin amid talks that the US could pull out of a Cold War-era arms-control treaty.
Spain sells 400 bombs to Saudi Arabia
Spain sold 400 bombs to Saudi Arabia arguing that the "high-precision lasers will not make mistakes and kill Yemenis"
Spain to 'scrap sale of bombs to Saudi Arabia'
Military chiefs in Spain claim they are stopping the controversial sale of laser-precision bombs to Saudi Arabia.
US and European arms sales to Middle East soar amid widespread conflic
Arms imports by Middle East countries mired in violent conflict have doubled in 10 years — and the US and Europe remain the major suppliers, according to latest research.
Britain and Saudi Arabia move closer to a multi-billion euro arms deal
But campaigners are outraged that Britain is selling arms to Saudi Arabia while it is waging a brutal war in Yemen.