An attack Wednesday on an airport in Arbil was carried out by drone, the Kurdish interior ministry said, in an unprecedented escalation of the arms used to target US soldiers based there.
Taiwan's defense minister announced that his country is hoping to purchase cruise missiles from the US amid increasing pressure from Beijing.
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On the frontline in Ukraine's east, battle-weary soldiers are skeptical that US sanctions against Moscow and Kyiv's appeal for NATO help will deter Russian strongman Vladimir Putin.
The Russian Navy has tested its latest short-wave infrared camera in Arctic drills, capable of "seeing" through snow and camouflage.
About 40 people have been killed in recent clashes between jihadists and traditional hunters, the government of central Mali's Mopti region said Monday, with the fighting displacing around 1,000 people.
In “the biggest defense agreement to date” between Israel and Greece, the two Mediterranean countries signed a $1.65 billion defense procurement deal on Sunday.
The Chadian army said Monday it had killed 300 rebels who waged a major incursion into the north of the country eight days ago, adding that it had lost five of its soldiers.
Nineteen civilians were killed when armed men raided a village in west Niger close to the border with Mali, a local official said Sunday, in the latest bloodshed in the troubled region.
Five rockets targeted an Iraqi airbase hosting US soldiers Sunday, wounding two foreign contractors and three Iraqi soldiers, in the latest attack coinciding with tensions between Baghdad's allies Tehran and Washington.
A fake news site attacking a NATO member recovering from the pandemic is part of the fictional scenario in an alliance cyber war game this week billed as the world's largest.
The US Air Force Sikorsky HH-60W “Jolly Green II” Combat Rescue Helicopter finished developmental tests this week.