Military And Defense

Turkey seeks to detain 70 officers suspected of coup links

Jan 4, 2018

Turkey's state-run news agency says prosecutors have issued warrants for the detention of 70 military officers suspected of links to a network led by U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen

A 'martyr' sniper becomes a hero to Iraq's Shiites

Dec 30, 2017

A departed veteran sniper, killed in battle with militants, is elevated to near sainthood among Iraq's Shiites, signaling new power of militias

From sniper to saint, showing Iraqi Shiite militias' power

Dec 30, 2017

A departed veteran sniper, killed in battle with militants, is elevated to near sainthood among Iraq's Shiites, signaling new power of militias

Turkey, Russia finalize deal on anti-missile defense system

Dec 29, 2017

NATO-member Turkey has finalized a deal with Moscow to purchase a Russian-made anti-missile system

Islamic State kills 41 in attack on Afghan cultural center

Dec 28, 2017

Islamic State suicide bomber strikes cultural center in Kabul; at least 41 dead

Turkey's leader denies plans for naval base in Sudan

Dec 28, 2017

Turkey's leader denies plans for naval base in Sudan, laughs off request to arrest al-Bashir

Fishermen in Mexico shoot down environmental group's drone

Dec 27, 2017

The environmental group Sea Shepherd says fishermen fired 25 shots at one of its night-vision drones in Mexico's Gulf of California, bringing it down

Taliban car bomb targets Afghan army base, wounding 15

Dec 27, 2017

An Afghan official says a car bomb has gone off near a military base in the southern city of Lashkar Gah, wounding 15 people

Turkey sacks some 2,700 more public sector workers

Dec 24, 2017

Turkey has sacked 2,756 more people from its public service sector for alleged links to terror groups as it presses ahead with purges launched following last year's failed military coup

Pence: New US-Afghanistan strategy 'already bearing fruit'

Dec 22, 2017

Vice President Mike Pence has told Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on a secret visit to Afghanistan that the U.S. is "here to see this through" as they discussed a newly announced U.S. strategy to break the stalemate in America's longest war

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