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North Korea has announced the testing of a new high-powered rocket engine for a geo-stationary satellite.
Israeli forces have shot dead a Palestinian who they say stabbed and wounded a soldier in the West Bank. There has been no immediate comment from Palestinian officials about Saturday's attack.
France has delivered a second Mistral helicopter carrier to Egypt as part of a $1bn deal signed last year.
Germany’s Frank-Walter Steinmeier and France’s Jean Marc Ayrault visited eastern Ukraine on Thursday, hours after Russian-backed separatists and Kiev agreed to a new unilateral…
Britain’s intervention in Libya in 2011 was based on ‘flawed intelligence’ and hastened the country’s spiral into political and economic chaos.
At least 33 billion euros of aid is set to pour into Israel over a decade, according to media reports.
The Syrian army was said to have downed an Israeli warplane and a drone on Tuesday, but Israel promptly denied the report.
At least nine civilians including four children have been killed in Yemen in an air-strike near the capital Sanaa, according to local residents.
Many Afghan nationals worked with the international forces in Kabul and elsewhere following the September 11 attacks in New York.
The main body representing Syrian opposition groups has set out its plan to end the war under which President al-Assad would step down after six months of talks.
North Korea has fired three ballistic missiles into the sea off its east coast, according to the South Korean military.
Australia is to expand air strikes on ISIL – but must change its law first.
Taiwan’s defence ministry has admitted the misfiring of a missile last month was caused by a failure in security protocol.
State media in Iran says the army has begun deploying a Russian supplied S-300 air missile defence system around the Fordo nuclear facility.
The International Military Music Festival “Spasskaya Tower”, one of the world’s three largest military tattoos, lowered its curtain on Saturday night in Moscow.
Eight soldiers have been killed in Paraguay after their squad was ambushed by suspected rebels from the Paraguayan People's Army (EPP).
Syrian civilians and opposition fighters have continued to evacuate Daraya for a second day.
Secret details of DCNS's Scorpene submarines have been leaked in an apparent case of industrial espionage which could have major financial consequences for the French military contractor.
Eight Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece after last month’s failed military coup in their homeland, say they fear execution if they are sent back.
Turkey is upping the ante against ISIL, with Ankara saying its “ready to do what it takes” to drive the militants out.
Nearly a dozen people have been killed and more than 200 wounded in Turkey following multiple blasts in the south east of the country.
At least 20 people, mostly young women, have been killed following Saudi-led coalition airstrikes in Yemen.
The US is launching precision air strikes against ISIL targets in the coastal city.