Hundreds of fighters from the Russian republic of Chechnya have joined the insurgents in East Ukraine. The so-called “death unit” has made a former
Iraqi and Peshmerga forces fighting the self-proclaimed Islamic State group will soon have extra backup from coalition allies. The US military says a
FARC rebels have agreed to free a top Colombian general and four others according to negotiators in Cuba.
Their release is to be organised as soon
NATO will defend Turkey if the country is ever attacked, the alliance’s new chief Jens Stoltenberg said on Wednesday, amid increased instability on
It has been a record-breaking 62nd edition of the Farnborough International Airshow, with over 1,500 exhibitors taking part.
The only sector not
Colin Clark is the Editor of Breaking Defense and an expert on the impact of conflict on the aerospace industry. In this interview he assesses the
A soldier was killed and another injured in a landmine explosion on Mount Chaambi near the Tunisian-Algerian border on Friday, reported the state
A dozen Tunisian MPs have frozen their membership at the National Constituent Assembly (NCA) to condemn the reduced sentences received by top
Ukraine’s prime minister has accused Russian soldiers of a “war crime” after a Ukrainian serviceman was killed in Crimea.
Arseny Yatseniuk made the
The decree making Crimea part of Russia is already in force and Ukrainian troops still on its territory will be treated as occupiers and forced to
Russia’s Black Sea Fleet has not issued an ultimatum to Ukrainian forces in Crimea to surrender by 5 a.m. on Tuesday or face an assault, Interfax
A military transport plane crashed in eastern Algeria on Tuesday, killing 103 people, the
private Ennahar TV station said, citing “informed
This episode of the The Network covers EU defence policy.
Delving into the military challenges facing Europe, euronews host Chris Burns asks what
Britain’s domestic intelligence agency MI5 is under scrutiny over whether it could have prevented the murder of soldier Lee Rigby, it’s emerged.
Two men have been found guilty of murdering British soldier Lee Rigby in a gruesome case that horrified the nation.
Michael Adebolajo, 29, and
Two French soldiers were killed in overnight fighting in Central African Republic, President Francois Hollande’s office said on Tuesday.
China’s first carrier-borne J15 fighter jets were displayed for public to see Wednesday in Xi’an of northwest China’s Shaanxi Province.
THEY travelled thousands of miles to pay their respects, but their efforts could be in vain.
Americans in France to visit a D-Day cemetery were
While Western countries debate their next move in response to the suspected chemical weapons use in Syria, the Bashar al-Assad regime continues to
Former US army private Bradley Manning, accused of leaking classified military documents, will learn his fate today at 19:00 (CET) when a military
NATO’s intervention in Libya may have resulted in the successful toppling of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, but it also raised awkward questions about the
The fall of the Soviet Union resulted in huge changes – in all aspects of life. Education changed, and the education systems in the former Soviet
A symbol of Afghanistan’s post-Taliban rebirth in flames and under fire. Insurgents attacked the Intercontinental Hotel in the capital Kabul during a
China’s military has historically been very secretive and cautious in relations with the outside world, particularly the West. But in recent years
The Arena military base under Italian command is part of International Security Assistance Force operations in western Afghanistan. It is in a