Colombia`s FARC kills 5 soldiers on eve of truce: Army

Colombia`s FARC guerrillas killed five soldiers Friday in an attack that came on the eve of a unilateral ceasefire hailed as a key step in peace negotiations, the army said.

Jitu Rai wins gold as Army marksmen dominate Shooting Nationals
Jitu Rai wins gold as Army marksmen dominate Shooting Nationals

Asian and Commonwealth Games gold medallist Jitu Rai walked away with the individual as well as team gold medal in 50-metre men's pistol with Army marksmen dominating proceedings at the 58th National Shooting Championship, here on Sunday.

Eight Libya Dawn militants killed in clashes with army

Clashes between the Islamist militant group Libya Dawn and the Libyan army killed eight militants Sunday near the city of Zawiya, military sources said.

Enough evidence to show LeT, Pak hand in Uri attack: Army
Enough evidence to show LeT, Pak hand in Uri attack: Army

 The Army today said it had enough evidence to show that the six terrorists who carried out the attack on an Army camp in Uri belonged to Lashkar-e-Toiba(LeT) and supported by Pakistani establishment and were highly trained for special operations.

'Qaeda' bomb attack kills two Yemeni soldiers: Army

A bomb attack blamed on al Qaeda killed two soldiers and wounded two more in southern Yemen on Monday, a military official said.

J&K: Army indicts 9 soldiers for killing two youths in Budgam

The Indian Army has indicted nine soldiers including a Junior Commissioned Officer of 53 Rashtriya Rifles for killing two youth in Chattergam Chadoora area of Budgam district on November 3.

Army raids kill 7 militants, arrest 67 in Egypt

 At least seven militants were killed and 67 others arrested during raids by Egyptian Army in the restive North Sinai governorate, an army official said today.

Pak Army hands over Indian boy who crossed LoC inadvertently

Pakistan Army on Tuesday handed over a 13-year-old boy to Indian authorities after he had inadvertently crossed the Line of Control.

Reluctant archbishop favoured as Burkina transition leader

A Catholic archbishop emerged today as a consensus candidate to serve as Burkina Faso's interim president after the ouster of longtime ruler Blaise Compaore, sources close to the process said -- despite his own misgivings.

Centre should open all cases of rights abuse in JK: Mirwaiz

Srinagar: A day after five Army men were sentenced to life in 2010 Machil fake encounter case, Moderate separatist leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq Friday demanded the Centre to open all cases of human rights violations over the last more than two decades in Jammu and Kashmir.

Burkina Faso army accepts transition charter

 Burkina Faso`s head of transition Isaac Yacouba Zida has said the army is in agreement with the Transition Charter proposed by civilian groups, but talks are still on to identify the future president.

Gwalior: Six persons injured in stampede at Army recruitment rally

At least six persons were today injured in a stampede following violence by candidates after cancellation of an Army recruitment rally here, police said.

Sudan Army refutes Darfur mass rape report as 'unjustified'

The Sudanese army has denied reports that its troops committed mass rape in the war-prone Darfur region.

Bring culprits to justice: Father of youth killed in Budgam firing

 Father of one of the youth killed in army firing on Monday in Budgam district of Kashmir today said ends of justice will be served when the killers of his son are brought to justice.

Budgam firing: Survivor recalls horror, debunks Army claim

The 14-year-old youth who escaped unhurt in the Army firing in Budgam district on Monday believes it was a 'mojeza' (miracle) that he is still alive and debunks the army claim that they were signaled to stop at three check posts before their car was fired at.

Army foils infiltration bid in J&K's Pallanwala sector, jawan injured
Army foils infiltration bid in J&K's Pallanwala sector, jawan injured

The Indian Army on Friday foiled an infiltration bid in Pallanwala sector of Jammu and Kashmir.

Budgam firing: Indian Army admits mistake, takes responsibility for loss of lives
Budgam firing: Indian Army admits mistake, takes responsibility for loss of lives

The Indian Army on Friday took responsibility for the killing of two youths in Jammu and Kashmir's Budgam district on Monday.

Palestinian who ran over 3 soldiers turns himself in: Army

A Palestinian who ran over three Israeli soldiers in the southern West Bank overnight turned himself in to the security forces today, the army said.

Intelligence input led to confusion, firing on Kashmiri youths

 With Kashmir Valley remaining tense over the killing of two youths by the army personnel, highly-placed sources Wednesday said intelligence inputs that militants may use a white Maruti car for their activities could have misled soldiers.

Army, Police take stock of security arrangements for J&K polls

 Senior officers of various security and intelligence agencies in the state met here on Wednesday to take stock of the security arrangements for the upcoming Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections.