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The US Navy has commenced an unmanned aerial scheme (drone) from a submarine, the first time such an undersea deployment has been successful. How does it work? According to a press issue from the US Naval study lab, the scheme
Egyptian appeals courts ordered the release Saturday of 21 women and girls jailed over an Islamist opposition protest, after reducing harsh sentences that had sparked outrage. To chants of God is greatest from supporters in an Alexandria courtroom,
Kenya (AP) A Kenyan official says several people have been killed and injured in fighting between rival ethnic groups in the country's north. Marsabit county governor Ukur Yatani said there were "many casualties" but could not immediately provide an
Iraqi authorities say two separate bombings north of Baghdad have killed at least four people. Police officials say a bomb went off Saturday afternoon inside an outdoor market in the northern city of Mosul, killing two shoppers and wounding 15 others.
Plan to privatise defence procurement to be 'scrapped' The Defence Equipment and Support agency buys aircraft and other weaponry for British forces Plans to privatise the UK government's defence procurement arm are set to be scrapped, the BBC has
38 The juvenile court in Alexandria is hearing the appeals of seven jailed teenage girls [Mohamed Fouad/Facebook] A group of 21 women and girls handed heavy prison sentences for taking part in a rally supporting deposed President Mohamed Morsi, have
Attired in full military uniform, members of the Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps at Wareham High School dazzled members of the School Committee with a brief but comprehensive overview of their program...Major Mark Gabriele, senior army
Egypt's interior ministry says it will no longer allow visits to Mohammed Morsi, who has been detained since he was overthrown by the military on July 3 after millions demonstrated calling on him to leave office.
An experienced Royal Marine convicted of murdering an injured Taliban fighter in cold blood has been given a minimum jail sentence of 10 years. Sergeant Alexander Blackman, 39, was convicted last month of murdering the Afghan national in September
Egypt's Interior Ministry says it will no longer allow visits to the country's ousted president, now held in a remote desert prison...Gamal Mokhtar said Friday that Mohammed Morsi had delivered four messages "inciting violence" against the interim