US companies supply more than half of the world's weapons.
The Saudi-led coalition in Yemen has welcomed an offer of talks from its historic foe, the country's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh.
At least 23 people have been killed by airstrikes in Eastern Ghouta as Syrian government forces intensify their efforts to retake the rebel stronghold.
One of them spoke to Euronews about his fear of sectarian reprisals, just three weeks after a banned vote for Kurdish independence.
Iraqi soldiers have seized Kirkuk in an attempt to quash an independence bid following a referendum in the region
Rebel fighters backed by Turkey have launched a major military operation in Syria’s north-western Idlib province.
The offensive is led by the Free
Two Israeli security guards and one border police officer have been killed and another seriously wounded in a shooting attack near Jerusalem.
Sweden is shifting its military capacity from peacekeeping to defence.
The 12 steps towards defeating Kim Jong-un.
Kyiv needs to stop focusing international debate on conflict and start pushing its economic agenda, says Radu Magdin
A suicide bomber has attacked a convoy of NATO troops near the airport in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar.
The NATO-led military coalition
On the 24th May 2014 Italian photojournalist Andrea Rocchelli set out on a routine reporting mission in east Ukraine, where rebel soldiers were
The US says Syria has "heeded its warning" and has abandoned preparations for a new chemical attack
Colonel Maksym Shapoval has been killed in a car bomb blast in Kyiv.
HMS Queen Elizabeth will spend two years at sea for trials
Street fighting continues on Mindanao between Philippine army forces and ISIL militants who have trapped 2000 civilians in the city of Marawi.
Russia has fired four cruise missiles against targets from the self-proclaimed Islamic State in Syria, according to Russian state news agencies
The Maute militant group, which has pledged allegiance to ISIL, captured parts of the southern city of Marawi earlier this week.
The president of the Philippines has warned he will deal harshly with militants after martial law was declared on the southern Mindanao island.
Four days of faltering peace talks on Syria ended in Geneva on Friday, with Staffan de Mistura admitting only ‘‘incremental progress’‘ had been made.
A five day long army mutiny over pay has ended in Ivory Coast after the mutineers accepted an increase in bonus payments.
The US has accused the Syrian government of murdering inmates on mass at a military prison.
Despite the African country's defence minister announcing that an agreement had been reached, the mutineers are refusing to return to their barracks.
North Korea has claimed that the new type of ballistic missile it launched on Sunday is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
With no let-up in the shelling along eastern Ukraine's ceasefire line, four people die when a shell lands in the courtyard of their house.
In a key setback for ISIL Syrian free units and the Kurds have retaken Tabqa and its dam, opening the road to the final assault on Raqqa.