Mali's armed forces said 15 militants and one soldier were killed in a counter-terror operation, while the al-Qaeda-linked JNIM claimed an April 14 attack on an international military camp at Timbuktu's airport
Afghanistan saw yet another deadly government air raid claim multiple civilian lives, but is now witnessing a landmark civic movement in a bid to keep the hope of peace alive amid escalating violence.
Mali's armed forces said 15 militants and one soldier were killed in a counter-terror operation, while the al-Qaeda-linked JNIM claimed an April 14 attack on an international military camp at Timbuktu
The US State Department approved the sale of eight MH-60R Seahawk multi-mission helicopters along with Hellfire missiles, rockets, guns and other equipment for an estimated cost of $1.20 billion
Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $928 million contract for the development and integration of a hypersonic conventional strike weapon for the U.S. Air Force, a U.S. Department of Defense release sai
Greece will this summer lease two state-of-the-art French warships, the defence ministry, as Athens seeks to bolster its defences in the Aegean Sea amid growing tensions with Turkey.
Taking an in-depth look at Russia's long-range conventional strike plans, Dr James Bosbotinis argues that the challenge for the West is to ensure that Russia is deterred from using its growing arsenal
The US dropped some restrictions on sales of its advanced drones in order to reinforce the armies of its allies and compete with China on the world arms market
A US federal judge ruled that the US military cannot hand over a dual citizen (known as John Doe) suspected of fighting with ISIS to a third country against his will.
The Basque militant group ETA will make the highly anticipated announcement of its dissolution on the first weekend in May, an international mediator told Basque radio
Iraq's air force carried out the first cross-border airstrikes against Islamic State in Syria, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's office announced