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Hagel '+google_ads[i].line2 +' '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' Chuck Hagel, US President Barack Obama's nominee for secretary of defence, has apparently accused India of "financing problems" for Pakistan in Afghanistan.
Although US policy makers may be discussing ways of cutting the US military, the Department of Defence intends to increase the size of the Cyber Command dramatically over the next few years. http://www.
US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has begun a planned trip to Asia and hopes talks with Chinese and Japanese officials will stave of a potential war between the two nations. In Tokyo, Panetta expressed deep concerns over
The budding cyber war between America and Iran could be quickly transcending off of computer networks and into the real world, with the US allegedly putting boots on the ground. Iranian state television is reporting that they've captured a CIA spy...
KARACHI: The US Defense Department has awarded Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company a $42.3 million contract to provide 10 additional upgrade kits for Pakistan’s F-16 aircrafts.
Everyday you see birds flying in the skies,but have you ever seen anything flying which is neither a bird nor plane and doesn't even have wings.It sounds really strange and weird but the truth is Yes, an unusual breed of Asian tree
The report, titled US Military Aid to Central Asia 1999-2009: Security Priorities Trump Human Rights and Diplomacy, chronicles the rise of Defense Department (DOD) influence over the shaping of US policy toward the region, primarily through the
US soldiers inside two Apache helicopters fly over Baghdad as they seek their human targets. This nine-minute and eight-second video displays a black and white film of the streets of Baghdad, and a target mark on top the film to
Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) publicly insists that its cargo planes carrying essential medical and surgical material be allowed to land in Port-au-Prince. Planes with lifesaving equipment and medical
[Note from BorderExplorer: This is a first-hand report from an American who serves as a lay Catholic minister in Honduras] The situation is tense and should be for a few