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'Butcher of Bosnia' faces historic war crimes verdict

UN war crimes judges will on Wednesday hand down a historic verdict against former Bosnian Serb army commander Ratko Mladic, blamed for steering Europes worst atrocities since World War II. The judgement and possible sentencing before the Yugoslav war crimes ... Deccan Herald, 1 day ago

'India should establish forward bases to advise militaries of neighbouring countries'

India should establish forward bases to advise armies of neighbouring nations, build special forces and enhance joint maritime patrols with the US in the Indian Ocean to meet security challenges, a US-based think-tank has recommended after the Dokalam-crisis ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

J-K: Security agencies call for complete synergy to achieve

A Military Liaison Conference attended by Army officials, security agencies and civil administration officers called for complete synergy to achieve peace, harmony and development of Doda, Kishtwar and Ramban districts of Jammu and Kashmir.The conference, ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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US drone strike targets al-Shabab after Somalia attack

The US military says it carried out a drone strike this week against al-Shabab in Somalia, shortly after the extremist group was blamed for the country's deadliest attack.The US Africa Command tells The Associated Press that the strike occurred Monday about ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Shabaab Islamists attack Somali army base killing at least 8  Mathrubhumi1 month ago

Pakistan says fence on Afghan border will reduce attacks

Pakistan's military said today that new fencing and guard posts along the border with Afghanistan would help prevent militant attacks in both countries, but the stepped-up fortifications have angered Kabul, which does not recognise the frontier as an ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

US strikes kill 'dozens' at IS training camps

The US military has said it killed dozens of Islamic State fighters at the group's training camps in central Yemen, in the first such strikes in the country's conflict.Witnesses said villagers were prevented by tribal leaders from approaching the area and ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Xi wants to become the most powerful leader on earth

'At the previous 18th party congress, Xi vowed to protect China's 'core' interests.''As a result, India faced a barrage of serious incidents on the borders with China -- at Depsang, Chumar, Pangong Tso and Doklam.''New Delhi will watch closely the political signals emanating from Beijing this week,' says China expert Srikanth Kondapalli. IMAGE: Xi Jinping, general secretary of China's Communist party and China's president, accompanied by Premier Li Keqiang and other leaders, attend a ceremony ...
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Of Russia, Taliban and laundered fuel sales

Russia is funding Taliban military operations against Nato in Afghanistan through a covert programme of laundered fuel sales, The Times has learnt from members of the Islamist group and Afghan officials, reports Anthony Loyd from Kabul.    "We sell the fuel on and distribute the money directly to our commanders,' he quotes a Taliban treasurer from Ghazni province as saying.    This man, Loyd writes, 'had been authorised to speak to a journalist as part of the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Fires rage in Rakhine as Myanmar army blames Rohingya for mosque blast

Myanmars army chief today blamed Rohinyga militants for an explosion outside a mosque in Rakhine state, as a rights group accused the military of starting fires in the region to prevent refugees from returning. The unrest comes days after Myanmars civilian ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago UN urged to punish Myanmar army over Rohingya 'atrocities'  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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7 dead as IAF chopper crashes near Tawang

An Mi-17 helicopter of the Indian Air Force crashed near Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh on Friday, killing all seven military personnel on board, officials said. Five IAF personnel, including two pilots, and two armymen were killed in the crash near the remote town of Tawang, close to the China border, around 6.30 am. The chopper had taken off from the Khirmu helipad near Tawang and was on its way to Yangste, said Tawang Superintendent of Police M K Meena said.   The Russian manufactured ...
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