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Russian military helicopter crash lands killing all crew
The Defense Ministry did not clarify how many crew members were on board.
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A series of blasts hit an ammunition depot in northern Cyprus after a fire broke out in a military zone.
French military anti-terror force deployed at Gilets Jaunes march
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Syria: How far could things escalate?
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EU plans to upgrade roads to move armies faster
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Estonia urges EU to do more defence
Estonia, which has taken over the EU presidency, has urged fellow member states to do more on defence.
Gotland: Western sentinel in the Baltic sea
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Divisions of Poland's new defence strategy
Since Russia's annexation of Crimea and the subsequent fighting in Eastern Ukraine, neighbouring Poland has become nervous.
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NATO and EU defence ministers talk cooperation, Trump and cyber security
European Union defence ministers meet about strengthening defence and security and working with NATO against threats including cyber attacks.
US tells NATO members to cough up more cash
NATO’s spending target of two percent of the yearly economic output of members is neither “reachable nor desirable.
EU agrees on military HQ
The EU will set up its own military headquarters, ministers agreed on Monday.
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Is peace possible in Afghanistan? Tales from a country torn apart by war
Many Afghan nationals worked with the international forces in Kabul and elsewhere following the September 11 attacks in New York.
NATO eyes more Russia talks
NATO officials plan to hold more talks with Russia after an alliance summit later this week, the alliance’s secretary-general said on Monday.
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