France and Japan will expand defense cooperation and conduct joint military exercises as part of a treaty signed in Tokyo by Japan's Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera and his French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian.Add comments
A number of former CIA officials listed in a classified report on controversial interrogation and detention practices employed by the CIA after the attacks of 9/11, were denied a chance to view the document before it is made public, The Associated Press reported.
One year after disclosures on the global surveillance, Washington is less interested in reaching a deal with former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, political journalism organization Politico reported Monday.
The Israeli Army has officially confirmed Monday the suspension of “active phase” of military operation in the Gaza Strip for an indefinite period of time, and will now only respond to any aggression and look for Hamas’ underground tunnels, an Army representative told RIA Novosti.
The US government cannot track where almost 750,000 weapons sent to Afghanistan’s Army went, BuzzFeed reported Monday, citing a report by Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) John Sopko.
Ten US Congressmen from both the Democratic and the Republican parties introduced into the House of Representatives a legislation to recognize Ukraine as a US military ally, said the press service of one of the authors of the bill, Jim Gerlach, a Pennsylvania Republican and co-chairman of the Congressional Ukrainian Caucus.
Russia decided not to resume the suspended transfer of military equipment, left in the Crimea to Kiev against the backdrop of ongoing fights in the east of Ukraine, the Russian Black Sea Fleet commander Admiral Alexander Vitko said on Sunday.
Nearly 70 Malaysian policemen will arrive in Ukraine on Wednesday, July 30, as part of the international group, ensuring security of MH17 crash site, Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Sunday.
The UK, the United States, or Israel may be responsible for the death of former Federal Security Service (FSB) officer Alexander Litvinenko, his brother Maxim said in an interview with the Mail on Sunday.
A large convoy of Ukraine’s National Guard armored vehicles entered the city of Shakhtarsk in Donetsk Region, aiming to complete the siege of Donetsk, the clashes in the streets broke out, a local militia representative told RIA Novosti on Sunday.