A bomb-laden drone launched by Yemen's Houthi rebels crashed into a Saudi school on Sunday, state media said, despite growing diplomatic efforts for a ceasefire between the warring parties.
With Afghan troops in retreat and soon to lose vital American air support, Taliban commanders are voicing exuberance about quickly seizing full control of the country and re-establishing their version of an Islamic state.
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India is open to purchasing the Russian amphibious Sprut-SDM1 light tank, with Indian media reporting that a team of defense officials will visit Russia late this summer to observe the vehicle during trials.
Israel carried out air strikes on the Gaza Strip early Wednesday after militants in the Palestinian territory sent incendiary balloons into the south of the country.
A car bomb blast inside an army base in the Colombian city of Cucuta wounded 36 people Tuesday, officials said, blaming the attack on ELN guerillas.
NATO officials have approached Qatar regarding the possible use of a base where Afghan special forces could be trained following the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan by September 1.
Switzerland is investing $2.5 billion to provide its armed forces with modern weapons, equipment, and training to strengthen its national defense.
US-led forces are carrying out war games near the disputed region of Western Sahara, in exercises jointly organized with Morocco and touted by US Africa Command as its largest.
At least 15 army recruits died Tuesday when a suicide bomber attacked a military training camp in Mogadishu, Somalia, an officer said.
Beijing on Tuesday accused NATO of exaggerating the threat from China and "creating confrontation," after a vow from the Western allies to work together to counter the "systemic challenges" posed by its policies.
Vietnam has deployed a maritime militia unit off the country’s southern coast to bolster its naval presence amid growing tension in the South China Sea.