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US Seeking To Disrupt Weapon Supply Networks in Iraq

, WASHINGTON: Defense Secretary Robert Gates says every effort is being made to disrupt the supply network of weapons -

Bulgaria’s arms exports top 1.2 billion euros in 2017

Bulgaria's booming arms trade continued to grow in 2017 with arms and ammunitions exports topping 1.2 billion euros ($1.4 billion), an official report showed...

War closer in Somalia, peace talks postponed

, KHARTOUM: A Somali minister said on Wednesday war in his country appeared likely and talks between the government and Islamists were postponed with...

Al-Qaeda groups threaten to avenge bin Laden

Al-Qaeda-inspired insurgents in Yemen and Somalia have threatened to avenge the killing of Osama bin Laden by US commandos and are chillingly warning the...

US, Iran may use nuclear talks to discuss Iraq

Washington said Monday it might use a critical fifth round of nuclear talks between Iran and world powers to discuss with Tehran possible cooperation...

Chinese Military Giving US Troops the Boot in Djibouti

The Chinese military is about to give its American counterpart the boot in the tiny country of Djibouti - the strategically critical entrance from...

The Role of the Armed Forces in Protecting National Security

Defence Secretary John Hutton gave a speech last night to the Institute for Public Policy Research in which he spoke about the role of...

The Norwegian Defence Budget for 2014

In the national budget for 2014, the government continues to give considerable priority to the Norwegian Armed Forces, and to ensure a predictable and...
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US stealth bombers kill more than 80 IS fighters in Libya

More than 80 Islamic State jihadists were killed in a US aerial blitz on training camps in Libya, including fighters involved in plotting attacks...

NATO Plans Summit in Late 2006 on Upgrading Forces

US State Department, WASHINGTON: With European troops playing an ever-growing role in regional crises