In the first test of its kind, the Pentagon on Monday carried out a "salvo" intercept of an unarmed missile soaring over the Pacific, using two interceptor missiles launched from southern California.
Former Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has stepped down as the leader of the Democrat Party after poor results in the country's first election since the 2014 coup.
The decision came after violence marred last weekend's protests, reaching levels not seen since December.
XQ-58A Valkyrie is designed to be cheap enough that airforces can afford to risk their loss.
Russian defence ministry says the American aircraft was heading towards its borders.
In this immersive report, you can accompany the 2nd Battalion of the Military Emergencies Unit during its annual severe winter storms rescue manoeuvres in the Sierra Nevada mountains in southern Spain.
A "small peacekeeping group" will remain in Syria "for period of time," White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said, confirming an NBC News report.
The agreement includes building warships and frigates in Saudi Arabia through a joint venture with the French firm. Military deals with Saudi Arabia have come under renewed
scrutiny since the October killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani blamed the US and its allies on Thursday for a suicide bombing that killed 27 members of its Revolutionary Guards, according to state TV.
Nicolas Maduro has filled his Twitter feed with pro-army posts after Juan Guaido appealed to Venezuela's military to support his call for free elections.
Russian outlets translated a quote from May's Christmas speech as "Russian invasion" but the British leader said "Russian intrusion."
Over a dozen Sukhois deployed as tensions remain high in the area.
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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.
The Ministry of Defence has called on the public and troops to report suspicious activity near military sites after a Russia TV crew was caught secretly filming.
Germany and France have agreed on a contract with Airbus and Dassault Aviation to begin work on a next-generation fighter jet in early 2019
Finland’s GPS signal was intentionally disrupted during the recent NATO war games in Scandinavia, and Russia may have been responsible, Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila has said.
In this edition we break down the week in Europe - from Merkel's demise to NATO's Norway military exercises and the EU's mission to change time.
America is emphasising its increasing military presence in Europe as Nato's biggest military exercise since the Cold War continues in Norway.
Trident Juncture involves all 29 members plus Finland and Sweden.
The US has recently increased its military personnel based in Europe.
The military exercise brings together some 50,000 personnel, 10,000 vehicles, 65 ships and 250 aircrafts from 31 NATO allies and partner nations.
The exercises stretching from the Baltic Sea to Iceland are designed to test NATO’s response to an attack on Norway.
A fighter jet was destroyed after a technician accidentally fired at it from another aircraft, sources have told Belgian broadcaster VRT.
Members of the Portuguese military police and National Guard were arrested after links with armaments theft in Tancos military base emerged.
Iran's president pledges to fight terrorism after at least 25 people were killed when gunmen opened fire at a military parade
The Russian Il-20 plane had fourteen people on board as it was coming in to land at Russia's airbase in Syria and was shot down off the Syrian coast.