The US will face a “horrible nuclear strike and miserable and final ruin” if US President Donald Trump puts his threat to “totally destroy” North Korea into action, according to a Wednesday statement published by the Korea Central News Agency.
The US-led coalition to fight Daesh rained 5,775 bombs, shells and missiles down on Raqqa in August in their effort to oust the group from Syria, Airwars reported Wednesday.
The US Air Force has announced that they will be increasing their fighter capabilities in Afghanistan to bolster air power as part of the US’s new strategy in the country’s longest running war: to destroy terrorist networks in the Central Asian nation.
Former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder commented on the recent deployment of 450 Bundeswehr soldiers in Lithuania, urging to understand Russia and its president.
The UK and Saudi Arabia have signed a new military cooperation agreement, indicating the pair's controversial "special relationship" is set to continue - although a legal expert has told Sputnik Westminster's role in supplying Saudi-led coalition forces in Yemen opens up the UK to potential international legal action.
In the Federal Bureau of Investigation's annual report on illegal activities it has authorized its informants to perpetrate, the law enforcement agency appears to have made a very revealing mistake.
September 18 marked the US Central Intelligence Agency's 70th birthday. To mark the occasion, here are four of the worst things the agency has done - at least, the worst the public knows about.
The Russian Helicopters company has delivered its first Mi-28NE "Night Hunter" modern attack helicopter to a foreign customer.
Egypt has announced that they will be assisting in rebuilding and reorganizing the Libyan National Army on the model of the Egyptian military as the ongoing civil war reaches its final stages.
The senior Russian senator warned that Russia is capable to arrange a decent response if US leaves the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty.
According to Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, senior military leaders are probing into whether the series of deadly training mishaps and crashes across the armed forces are caused by Congress’ strict budget constraints.
US Defense Secretary James Mattis has hinted that the US has secret weapons that could devastate North Korea without endangering the South Korean capital city of Seoul.
The F-35 Joint Program Office has skimped out on spending a few million dollars to conduct more thorough testing of the fifth-generation plane’s potentially lethally flawed ejection seat despite its generous $400 billion budget.
The US Air Force formally cut the ribbon on its first permanent base in Israel at Bislach Air Base Monday in a move Israel Defense Forces Brig. Gen. Zvi Haimovitch called “nothing less than historic.”
Russia will meet all its obligations to deliver a dozen Su-30K fighters to Angola by early 2018.
Newly declassified files reveal how the Office of Strategic Services, the forerunner of the CIA, instructed agents in the art of bribery and blackmail to achieve major covert objectives.
Since his story emerged in 1998, Stanislav Petrov has been known as "the man who saved the world." Now he has died, aged 77, but what did he do to earn such a sobriquet?
According to the Russia’s Western Military District, rockets were not fired at journalists during the Russia-Belarus Zapad-2017 military exercises.
According to the head of the district's technical support department Maj. Gen. Fraiz Salyyev, Russia's S-400 Triumf air defense missile systems will go into service with an air defense unit of the Central Military District in the Volga region this year.
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