Ukraine moves toward allowing foreigners in military

Ukraine's parliament has passed a measure that would allow foreigners to serve in its armed forces.

Japan’s Parl votes to allow military to fight overseas for first time since end of World War II

The parliament in Japan has voted to allow the nation’s military to fight overseas for the first time since the end of Second World War 70 years ago.

Terrorists attack Pakistan Air Force base in Peshawar

Pakistan’s PAF Airbus attacked by 10 terrorists. 3 terrorists are killed in action. A perimeter has been set by Pakistani military near the ground zero.

Taiwan simulates attacks by political rival China

Taiwan's military blasted shells into the ocean today, one in a series of exercises this week to simulate attacks by political rival China after Beijing staged what appeared to be a mock strike against the presidential office in Taipei.

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DNA: China holds military parade, announces 3 lakh troop cut

President Xi Jinping announced on Thursday he would cut troop levels by 300,000 as China held its biggest display of military might in a parade to commemorate victory over Japan in World War Two, an event shunned by most Western leaders.

Nigeria military claims recapture of key town from Boko Haram

The Nigerian army said Tuesday its troops have recaptured Gamboru Ngala, a key town on the border with neighbouring Cameroon, from Boko Haram insurgents.

Pakistan air strikes kill 50 militants in tribal area: Military

At least 50 militants were killed and their ammunition dump destroyed Monday in air strikes on hideouts in northwest Pakistan near the Afghan border, the military said.

Serving in desert terrain ups soldier's skin cancer risk

Military personnel who served in the glaring desert sunlight of Iraq and Afghanistan returned home with an increased risk of skin cancer, due not only to the desert climate, but also a lack of sun protection.

US military sees more use of laser, microwave weapons

The U.S. military has made strides in developing lasers, microwaves and other directed energy weapons, and could soon use them more widely, top armed forces officials and U.S. lawmakers told an industry conference on Tuesday.

Israeli military takes over contested West Bank complex

Israeli troops moved on Tuesday into a contested West Bank settlement housing complex ahead of its scheduled demolition, the military said.

Four Egypt soldiers killed in Sinai bombing

Four Egyptian soldiers where killed by a roadside bomb on Thursday in the Sinai Peninsula, where the army is battling an Islamist insurgency, the military said.

Yemen`s Aden airport reopens with Saudi military plane

A Saudi military plane landed in Aden on Wednesday as the airport reopened in Yemen`s second city after four months of fighting, the transport minister said.

US, allies target Islamic State with 23 air strikes in Iraq: Military

The United States and its allies bombarded Islamic State in Iraq on Friday with 23 air strikes, hitting the militant group near Tal Afar and Ramadi, the US military said on Saturday.

US to entice drone pilots with $15,000 bonus

The United States will offer a $15,000 annual bonus for drone pilots, the Air Force said -- part of a drive to address what it admitted was a "critical shortage" of manpower.

Joe Biden tells US Democrats nothing in Iran deal removes military option: Lawmaker
Joe Biden tells US Democrats nothing in Iran deal removes military option: Lawmaker

 US Vice President Joe Biden told Democratic lawmakers on Wednesday that nothing in the nuclear deal with Iran removes the option of military action, Representative Steve Israel said.

EU leaders `unlikely` to attend China military parade: Ambassador

China`s huge military parade to mark the World War II victory over Japan risks stirring resentment, the European Union`s ambassador to Beijing said on Friday, adding it was "unlikely" top EU institution leaders would attend.

China angered by new US military strategy report
China angered by new US military strategy report

China`s Foreign Ministry expressed anger on Friday after the Pentagon`s updated National Military Strategy slammed Chinese claims in the South China Sea as aggressive and inconsistent with international law.

Mexico accuses 7 police of abuse in military 'slayings'

Mexican authorities have accused seven police of torturing three women who survived an alleged slaughter by the military a year ago, prosecutors said.

Sweden steps up military readiness amid Russia concerns

Sweden is stepping up its military capabilities and exercises with NATO amid concerns over Russia`s military resurgence, Defence Minister Peter Hultqvist said on Friday.