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Recent promotions in the Buffalo Grove Police Department are having a trickle-down effect within the ranks. Several promoted police officers were sworn in Monday night at the village board meeting: New lieutenants Scott Eisenmenger, Anthony Gallagher
During his visit this week, he met New Zealand defence chief Lieutenant-General Tim Keating and government leaders to discuss the countries' defence priorities over the next four years. The two defence forces will conduct a range of activities in
At least 33 Taliban militants were killed following military operations by Afghan national army soldiers in the past 24 hours, defense officials said Thursday...Zahir Azimi, spokesman for the ministry of defense of Afghanistan said at least 20
You've entered an enormous building scoured by ocean tides and haunted by hulking machines, slowly rusting away. It looks like the set for a post-apocalyptic movie, but it's actually a real-life Soviet submarine base, left over from the Cold War.
An Egyptian soldier was killed and four other were injured when a roadside bomb targeted an armoured military vehicle in restive Sinai Peninsula. "The soldiers were immediately transferred to Arish military hospital, three of the four are in critical
Japan said today that its military scrambled fighter jets a record 340 times in the three months to June in response to feared intrusions on its airspace, as tensions grow with China. The Joint Staff of Japan Self-Defense Forces said, however, that
Customs and Border Protection for an apparent policy restricting lawmakers from taking photos and interacting with people at facilities housing illegal immigrant minors, demanding the rules be reversed "immediately." "I want it done today. You
John Campbell, the army's vice chief of staff and nominee to lead U.S. forces in Afghanistan, cited his son's experiences as a soldier there to answer a senator's tough questions last year about a troubled intelligence technology system. But after an
The missile with a 290-km range validated indigenous software algorithm An advanced version of the Indo-Russian supersonic cruise missile BrahMos was successfully test-fired from the Integrated Test Range at Chandipur on the Odisha coast on Tuesday.
Police arrested the blogger and activist, then just 23 years old, for protesting under former autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Since then three governing authorities have risen to power and Mr Abd El Fattah has been imprisoned by each. When police under the