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France`s Le Pen sues over expulsion from his far-right party

Veteran far-right French politician Jean-Marie Le Pen on Friday sued the National Front party he founded over his exclusion from the group after a vicious row with his daughter Marine

US helicopter missing in Nepal with 8 aboard: Military

A US Marine Corps helicopter carrying out earthquake relief in Nepal was reported missing on Tuesday with eight personnel on board, officials said.

Climate change could disturb marine life for millennia

Climate change may lead to disturbances in marine life that will take thousands of years to recover from, not hundreds of years as previously thought, researchers said Monday.

British former marine reported killed in Syria

A former Royal Marine has become the first British fighter to be killed battling with Kurdish forces against Islamic State jihadists in Syria, the BBC reported on Tuesday.

World's ocean species up to 9 times likelier to become extinct than previously thought

World's ocean species up to 9 times likelier to become extinct than previously thought

A new study has recently revealed that world's marine species are up to nine times likelier to become extinct than formerly thought.

Suspect in Pennsylvania killings found dead

 The former Marine reservist suspected in the killings of six people in suburban Philadelphia was found dead Tuesday, authorities said.

Fishermen killing case: After stroke, marine seeks return to Italy

Massimiliano Latorre, one of the Italian marines facing murder charges in India, has submitted a request to the Supreme Court to allow him to return to Italy for his "more rapid and complete recovery" after he suffered a condition similar to a mild stroke.

24x7 vigil needed in maritime domain, says Antony

Pointing out that maritime security was central to the overall global presence of the country, Antony on Sunday stressed the need for a 24x7 vigil, coordination and pro-active approach from all agencies in the maritime domain.

Antarctic marine life at risk due to rapidly changing climatic conditions

Experts have warned that keystone Antarctic species, the shrimp-like krill and other countless micro-organisms, are on the brink of extinction because of the environmental changes.

Probe into Italian marines case handed over to NIA

The National Investigation Agency was handed over the probe into killing of two Indian fishermen allegedly by Italian marines off the Kerala coast.

Mexico frees ex-Marine jailed for bringing in gun

A Marine veteran jailed for months in Mexico after trying to carry a family heirloom shotgun across the border has been freed.

20 marine fishermen held for entering prohibited turtle zone

Altogether 20 marine fishermen were arrested on the charge of entering turtles` habitat, a prohibited zone, near Gahirmatha marine sanctuar.

Spl court martial for marine in Afghan desecration incident

US Defence Department authorities has announced a special court martial for a marine, who was involved in an alleged desecration incident in Afghanistan.

James Bond should be portrayed as massive boozer in film, says UK author

A novelist from Scotland - commissioned to write a new James Bond novel by the estate of Ian Fleming – has said that the screenwriters have underplayed 007’s true alcohol consumption in the movies compared to the troubled nature of the spy in the books.

British marine who inspired James Bond character dies

Bill Day, one of the last survivors of a British World War II military assault unit that inspired Ian Fleming to create the character of James Bond, has died, the Daily Telegraph reported. He was 95.

Court to hear bail plea of marines on May 19

A local court on Thursday posted to May 19 the bail application of the two marines of Italian ship Enrica Lexie.

SKorea to dismiss officers over marine shooting

Officers say they are questioning a corporal who allegedly shot his colleagues on Yellow Sea island.

Beach sirens could save lives, say marine scientists

Experts are lobbying for all beaches in India to be equipped with a beach siren mechanism.

Deep sea trenches could combat climate change

Scientists found that underwater canyons trapped more carbon than previously thought.

Judge releases Marine in Iraqi war crimes case

A military judge has allowed a
Marine sergeant convicted of murder in one of the biggest war
crime cases to emerge from the Iraq war to walk free, nearly
two months after a military appeals court ruled he had an
unfair trial.