Euronews speaks to Saudi General Ahmad Hassan Mohammad Asiri about the war in Yemen, relations with Iran and his country's future.
Plans afoot to make it easier and faster to transport troops and equipment across Europe, in case of conflict
Watch as a US submarine surfaces through ice in the Arctic Ocean
West Bank teen, Ahed Tamimi, gets eight months in prison for slapping and kicking Israeli soldiers after a plea deal that helped her avoid more serious charges.
The US Navy has deployed F-35B stealth fighters on an aircraft carrier for the first time – and has chosen to do so in the Pacific in a clear warning to China and North Korea.
People who came into contact with the substance have reported nosebleeds and burning hands. Three are being treated in hospital.
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman reshuffled some of the kingdom’s top military officers and several deputy ministers on Monday in a broad shakeup seen as elevating younger officials in key economic and security areas.
Cyprus has accused the Turkish military of obstructing a ship contracted by Italian oil
company Eni from approaching an area to explore for natural gas
Israel has struck back at what it claims are Iranian targets in Syria after an Israeli F-16 jet was downed under Syrian fire.
The Russian jet came within 1.5 metres of the American surveillance aircraft.
Heatmaps created by fitness tracking app Strava appear to reveal military US and Western military outposts
Explosions were heard in the early hours of Monday morning close to the Marshal Fahim military academy in Kabul. This latest incident comes just two days after a deadly ambulance attack in the city.
The UK has a black hole in its defence budget whilst the Russia is developing "eye-watering" military capabilities. In a rare political intervention, Britain's army chief has called for additional defence funding.
The UK's chief of general staff Sir Nick Carter warns a bigger military budget is required to keep up with Russia.
B52 bombers capable of carrying nuclear weapons have been conducting wargaming exercises from British bases, designed to enhance NATO's capability.
But leaders set to clash on changes to Calais border arrangements post Brexit
A Turkish military cargo plane crashed in the western province of Isparta on Wednesday, killing two pilots and a technician, the army said.
Russia ramps up military reinforcements in Crimea, despite economic sanctions being extended last month,
By deciding not to appeal court rulings, the White House has paved the way for transgender people to enlist in the US military from Monday.
Celebrations in China after the maiden flight of the world's largest amphibious plane.
The allies teamed up for winter military exercises
Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier, the largest-ever British-built warship, only commissioned by HM The Queen a month ago.
Sir Stuart Peach, also a senior NATO figure, says the Russian navy poses a threat that could catastrophically damage the West’s economy and way of life.
He called his desertion a mistake that led him to spend most of his life captive in the isolated Communist state.
Funerals have been held for two Hamas gunmen killed in Gaza in Israeli airstrikes, while clashes continue between Palestinians and Israeli forces
Two Hamas gunmen are reported killed and at least 25 other people wounded after fresh Israeli airstrikes in the Gaza Strip