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The U.S. Army awarded General Dynamics a $149 million contract for Hydra 70 rockets and components for sales to Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Kenya, Jordan, Nigeria and Qatar
Yemen’s internal splits have festered for years, but a move towards independence in the south could change the miserable status quo, Abdulsalam Mused of the Southern Transitional Council argues
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President Bashar al-Assad has threatened military action against northern Syria, but do his threats cloak an opportunity for a deal with the Kurds?
Google announced it will not use artificial intelligence for weapons or to "cause or directly facilitate injury to people," as it unveiled a set of principles for the use of these key technologies
Lockheed Martin held a roll-out ceremony for the delivery of two F-35s to Turkey despite a ban on the export of the stealthy joint strike fighter to America's NATO ally
Fifteen people were injured when two female suicide bombers targeted the edge of a military barracks in northeast Nigeria, a police spokesperson said
Both pro-Syrian government forces attacking Eastern Ghouta and armed groups defending the besieged enclave committed what amounted to war crimes, a UN report said
Mali's defense minister has admitted that soldiers may have been involved in killings in the country's unstable center, after the discovery of a mass grave backed up accusations
Emirati-backed Yemeni government forces seized Hodeidah airport from Houthi rebels, the coalition said, in a major step towards retaking the key Red Sea port city
China has pledged around $100 million to help modernize Cambodia's military, the latest largesse showered on the country amid a crackdown on dissent before national elections.
Afghan police and soldiers were killed in an overnight Taliban attack in Kunduz province after an unprecedented ceasefire between the government and militants ended.