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Britain fights for control of its last African colony
Britain fights for control of its last African colony
On Monday, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the Hague began public hearings that may determine the fate of the Chagos Islands — Britain’s last remaining African colony....
China's defence spending to accelerate in 2018
China's defence spending to accelerate in 2018
China announced on Monday an 8.1% defence budget increase for 2018, giving a boost to the modernisation of the world's largest military after...
Exercise tracking app reveals details of military sites
Exercise tracking app reveals details of military sites
A map showing paths taken by users of an exercise tracking app reveals potentially sensitive information about American and allied military...
Niger's a reminder of why US military presence in Africa needs constant scrutiny
Niger's a reminder of why US military presence in Africa needs constant scrutiny
On October 4 an American Special Forces team...
Why is the US chasing ‘Congolese     rebels’ in the Northern Cape?
Why is the US chasing ‘Congolese rebels’ in the Northern Cape?
The arrival of United States army troops in South Africa for their third joint training military exercise in July sparked panic on social media:...
US troops to pull out of West Africa Ebola mission
US troops to pull out of West Africa Ebola mission
The United States military plans to pull out most troops from West Africa which were deployed to help stem the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus,...
Graphic: US military's presence in Africa
Graphic: US military's presence in Africa
Troops in Mali and drones in Uganda, we look at the countries in Africa where the US has bases or has conducted exercises or operations in 2013....
End of the dumb war
End of the dumb war
Each night, on a giant base north of Baghdad, a team that moves armies for a living prepares for a mission that will define the United State's...
Potato king JR Simplot, US fry innovator, dies
Potato king JR Simplot, US fry innovator, dies
JR Simplot, the billionaire founder of the Boise, Idaho-based agriculture business that bears his name and who helped make French fries a staple of...
Saddam journal reveals prison Aids fear
Saddam journal reveals prison Aids fear
Saddam Hussein, the ousted Iraqi dictator who was hanged in 2006 for crimes against humanity, feared he would pick up sexual diseases while he was...
More than 900 killed in Iraq's Sadr City clashes
More than 900 killed in Iraq's Sadr City clashes
More than 900 people have been killed in clashes between militiamen and security forces in Baghdad's Sadr City, which broke out last month, a...
Green Zone blasted under cover of storm
Green Zone blasted under cover of storm
Militants bombarded Baghdad's Green Zone with rockets on Sunday, taking advantage of the cover of a blinding dust storm to launch one of the...

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