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Nineteen Central Security personnel were killed and other 120 were injured on Monday after a Cairo-bound train coming from Assiut derailed at the Badrashin train station in Giza, the Transportation Ministry said in a statement
Oxfam warns of risk of war on top of the daily violence and abuse people already face More than one million people are at risk of militia, rebel and army attacks as fighters begin to position themselves in and around the provincial city of Goma with
Today, I am the father and my wife is the mother of three sons, all serving in the Armenian Armed Forces simultaneously. These were the words of Artur Yeghiazaryan, an Artsakh war veteran whose two eldest sons have been carrying out their compulsory
One of the greatest military victories in African history, conducted jointly by Angolan and Cuban troops in 1987-1988 in the Angolan town of Cuito Cuanavale, is little known in global history Cuba's direct, extensive, critical and decisive role in
There is no honest debate as to what lies before an increasingly debt-ridden, militarily weakened United States in a world growing ever more dangerous. The events surrounding Benghazi-gate, China's initial steps toward a blue water navy, and
Armed forces offer 10,000 bonus to technicians who sign up Friday 07 September 2012 The armed forces are offering new soldiers with a technical background an extra payment of 10,000 if they agree to sign up for four years, the AD reports on Friday.
Judge Maged Shebeita, member of the assembly's ruling system committee, as saying. National Defence Council should approve of the president's decision to declare war while the second one proposed getting the approval of the people's assembly only...
Just a few hours before sunset when millions waited eagerly to break their fast, news broke out of a major development in the ongoing power struggle between two main power houses: the generals representing the country's military past, and the
Privatising security set to increase despite Olympics row G4S failings no bar to more 'outsourcing' Armed forces will rely increasingly on private companies despite concerns Huge accountability gap A Royal Marines landing craft, centre, with patrol
42 editor President Thein Sein has repeatedly said peace and stability ought to be crucial in the making of a developed country. He also said that without national unity, Burma with over 100 ethnic groups cannot have the benefit of peace and