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The possible withdrawal of all US forces from Afghanistan would hamper manhunts for Al Qaeda militants in neighbouring Pakistan, forcing Washington to find alternative bases for its drone flights, officials and experts say. The CIA's drone war
Defense Department is seeking congressional approval to sell the nascent Iraqi air force air traffic control and landing systems for four bases, emphasizing Baghdad's drive to establish a fully operational air force within the next few years. Iraq's
Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress Tuesday of plans to sell the government of Iraq a set of Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems plus associated equipment, parts, logistical support, and training worth a total estimated cost of $
The Syrian government has demolished thousands of buildings, in some cases entire neighbourhoods, in parts of Damascus and Hama, as part of a collective punishment against residents of rebel-held areas, Human Rights Watch has found.
More than 1,900 acres of the retired Marine Corps Air Station El Toro in Irvine have been cleaned up and removed from the list of the nation's most hazardous sites after more than two decades, the U.S...Officials said that $165 million in soil
When Charles de Gaulle wrote to his American counterpart in 1966 ordering that all US troops be removed from French soil within 12 months, President Lyndon Johnson responded by enquiring as to whether the edict included the removal of the contents of
Taipei, Jan. 16 (CNA) A ceremony was held at an air base in the southern city of Tainan Thursday to mark the completion of the first batch of upgraded indigenous defense fighter (IDF) jets and the installation of a new weapons system.
Taipei, Jan. 13 (CNA) The Air Force demonstrated its defense capabilities Monday, during a drill at an air base in central Taiwan, showing its combat readiness ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday that starts this month.
Priest freed in Cameroon arrives back in France Fr Vandenbeusch (right) was welcomed by President Hollande (centre) at Villacoublay air base A French Catholic priest freed in Cameroon nearly seven weeks after being abducted has been welcomed back to
Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel on Friday praised a decision by Japanese officials to acquiesce the alteration of a US air base in Okinawa calling it a milestone for relations with Tokyo. Hagel welcomed the approval of the long-