A city spokesman said it was a “voluntary community activity” by the People's Liberation Army, adding that the city government did not request assistance from the PLA, which has stayed confined to its garrison during six months of protests.
Six states in the Amazon region of Brazil have asked the military for help to combat fires in the rainforest
President Emmanuel Macron said he was “proud" or the "innovative” French army after seeing the flyboard designed by Franky Zapata.
The wreckage of the German "Wilhelm Gustloff" ship, sunk by a Soviet submarine in January 1945, has been a war grave since 1994. Under Polish law, diving is strictly prohibited within a 500-metre radius of the site.
"We are no longer in the classic strategy of deterrence by accumulation of nuclear warheads," a SIPRI expert told Euronews. "Now they have embarked on a tactical war."
Police believe the package found at the Dock Road sorting office is the fifth device sent by dissident republicans.
A huge abandoned secret military complex hidden inside a fenced-off pine forest in eastern Germany is no longer off limits.
"We did not sign up to develop weapons."
Move angers NATO, and Serbia says armed intervention is an option on the table.
Kosovo is expected to vote on Friday to form its own army.
Gender balance in the armed forces, what more can be done? A woman on the panel?
Major General Alenka Ermenc now leads the country's 7,500 troops.
"It's raining but it's not serious," The French Army tweeted.
For the past two days, the Russian military has been conducting the country's biggest drills in decades, as President Vladimir Putin seeks to send a message to the West but also to his own increasinly-dissatisfied electorate.
Around 700 to 800 people arrive in the country each day as Brazil considers placing a daily cap on the number entering. It's after millions of Venezuelans have already fled their country and local authorities are completely overwhelmed
The Bundeswehr has sparked a backlash after unveiling posters comparing gaming to real-life conflict for a recruitment campaign.
The United States will more than double the number of Marines stationed in Norway, in line with plans first outlined in June, the Norwegian defense ministry said on Wednesday.
Russia’s International Army Games kicked off with an opening ceremony held in last Thursday and will continue until August 11. Thirty-two countries are said to be participating.
Guardsman Charanpreet Singh Lall was the first soldier ever to wear a turban during the Trooping the Colour parade in London on Saturday.
NATO soldiers attached to the Lithuanian Army's Iron Wolf Brigade seek to bring support as well as defence to Lithuania.
Heatmaps created by fitness tracking app Strava appear to reveal military US and Western military outposts
The former US Army intelligence analyst is to seek the Democratic nomination for the Senate seat in Maryland.
An SOS message sent out by the San Juan says floodwater provoked a short-circuit and fire, a TV station claims.
The Argentine navy raised the possibility on Thursday that a navy submarine missing in the South Atlantic suffered an explosion, heightening concerns over the fate of the 44 crew members.
An Indian Army team manages to pile 58 people onto a moving motorbike.
The ARA San Juan submarine with 44 crew members on board vanished on Wednesday