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The probe will be conducted by the staff judge advocate of the Lop Buri-based 2nd Infantry Battalion's 31st Infantry Regiment the King's Guard. Police arrested Sergeant Pitsanu Fuangrung and Lance-Corporal Nattawut Cherdsoongnern on Sunday night near
Authorities say a program that uses GPS to monitor alleged domestic violence offenders shows some promise. Bills in the House and Senate would let Ramsey County extend its program, which uses GPS to alert a woman if her alleged abuser is nearby. The
Activists say a group of some 50 Israeli youths have sent Israel's prime minister a petition refusing to enlist for compulsory military service to protest Israel's occupation of Palestinian territories, the largest such group of objectors since 2001.
Dozens of Ukrainian computer networks, including those run by the Kiev government, have been infected by an aggressive virus known as "Snake" or "Ouroboros," and experts say that there's every chance that Russia is behind it. The Financial Times
Friday unanimously adopted a resolution setting out practical steps to combat violations against children in armed conflict, as United Nations officials underscored the need to do more to ensure that children are protected and perpetrators are
Govt says man was part-time contractor, not interpreter as claimed...Photo / File An Afghan who claimed he had been kidnapped and tortured by members of the Taliban after working as an interpreter for Kiwi troops has been denied asylum in New Zealand.
Training its guns on the government for the latest mishap involving a naval warship, BJP on Friday demanded the resignation of Defence Minister A K Antony, holding him responsible for the incident and the neglect of the Navy. The principal Opposition
The United Nations today launched a new initiative to end the recruitment and use of children in Government forces in conflict by 2016, with Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stressing that children should be armed with pens and textbooks, not guns.
Sicilian amateur scientists have launched a model cannolo, a cream-stuffed pastry roll symbolic of the Italian island, into the stratosphere, capturing bizarre images of the dessert flying far above the earth. The "Sicilian Space Program", which cost
In an interview with The New York Times, Hagel argued that to meet today's national security needs, the Department of Defense (DoD) must shift its focus and capabilities away from fighting grinding ground conflicts and towards new arenas of combat.