Following an incident, in which Turkey's President Recep Erdogan and the country's founding father Mustafa Ataturk were both portrayed as "enemies" during a NATO exercise in Norway, the alliance has taken disciplinary action against a Norwegian individual who allegedly caused the rift between the member states.
This armored amphibian is capable of sailing like a car moving at a speed of 120 kilometers per hour on a highway.
High profile discussions between heads of state from Russia, Syria, the US, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt have raised the question of whether the violent conflict in Syria could finally be coming to an end.
US Air Force F-22 Raptors are wreaking havoc on the Taliban in Afghanistan, having conducted their first operation mission against drug depots run by the militant group, the US Defense Department announced Monday.
North Korean military official Hwang Pyong-so is facing unspecified punishment for unknown reasons, South Korean intelligence officials said Tuesday.
US military officials and FBI agents traveled to Niger this month and found more human remains determined to be those of slain US Army Sgt. La David Johnson, multiple outlets reported Tuesday.
A secret study commissioned by the CIA in December 1975 concluded that Yugoslavia had the technical capabilities and the necessary uranium supply to build its own nuclear weapon, and that it could have attained such a weapon by 1980. Professor Filip Kovacevic, who acquainted himself with the documents, shared his findings with Sputnik.
Crew members on-board Britain's Royal Navy assault ship HMS Albion are almost ready to make a splash after receiving operational sea training in the UK.
The US has announced plans to modernize its nuclear weapons, including those deployed in Europe, as well as initiated exercises in Europe on nuclear weapons safety procedures and violating arms control procedures. These factors seem to signify that the arms race is entering a new phase, Otfried Nassauer, a German expert on security warned Sputnik.
Denmark is busy building an 85-meter radar tower on the island of Bornholm which is specifically designed to host interception equipment in a bid to resume spying over Russia.
As early as the first half of 2018, China’s People’s Liberation Army is slated to commission a new multi-warhead intercontinental ballistic missile, the Dongfeng-41, that can target “anywhere in the world,” the Global Times reports.
Besides 410 Javelin missiles, the deal includes 72 Javelin command launch units, 10 basic skills trainers and up to 70 simulated rounds, The US Defense Security Cooperation Agency has said in a press release.
Four months after telling the US government the F-35’s Block 3F software program would be completed by the end of the 2017, Lockheed Martin has informed the government the upgrade won’t be done until February 2018, IHS Jane’s reported Sunday.
Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon and owner of the Washington Post, has completed construction of a secret region on Amazon’s cloud computing software to host data from all 17 US intelligence agencies, according to a new report.
The US government released a new study on its next-generation long-range bomber program in response to concerns raised about transparency - but the new report is heavily redacted and provides little useful information.
The recently released batch of files related to the Kennedy assassination includes a curious document revealing secret plans by the US government to purchase or build Soviet aircraft for the purpose of staging false flag attacks on the US or its allies, thus giving Washington the pretext it needed to go to war with Moscow or its allies.
Israel and Saudi Arabia are edging ever closer. Sputnik asked two analysts on different sides of the fence whether it was simply a case of "my enemy's enemy is my friend."
A French La Fayette-class frigate, which is equipped with stealth technology, has entered the Black Sea.
SAREX-2017 exercises between Russia and Japan are being held for the 17th time to develop cooperation between the fleets and increase the level of joint counteraction to threats to security at sea.
For the first time, the Pentagon has revealed data on the number of reported sexual assaults for each US military base.
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