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A U.S. Navy guided missile destroyer was targeted in a failed attack from territory in Yemen controlled by Iran-aligned Houthi rebels.
Sri Lanka PM Ranil Wickremesinghe says cross border terrorism issues gate-crashed the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation summit agenda.
A former Department of Defense aide used a government credit card to pay large bar tabs, NBC News reports.
The U.K.'s Defense Secretary Michael Fallon has announced plans to stop legal claims against British soldiers in combat
Michael Fallon, U.K. Defence Secretary, says the U.K. is going to fulfill its commitments to NATO and discusses the conflict in Syria.
Michael Fallon, U.K. Defence Secretary, comments on the decision to opt out of the European Convention on Human Rights in future wars and conflicts.
President Rodrigo Duterte might have high approval ratings but without U.S. military support, the Philippines would be powerless against China, says BowerGroup Asia's Ernest Bower.
Credit Suisse is bullish on defense stocks due to the prospect of more global spending in the sector.
Officers from both countries blamed each other for starting the firing along the so-called "Line of Control" in the disputed Himalayan region.
The U.S. and S.Korea are "destined for a proper counter-attack" for their THAAD defense system deal, the Communist Party's mouthpiece says.
Indian officials said troops crossed into Pakistan-ruled Kashmir and killed suspected militants preparing to carry out attacks on major cities.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says he will end joint US and Philippine military drills after the last one in early October.
The country makes its first direct military response to the Kashmir attack it blames on Pakistan.
India said it has conducted "surgical strikes" on suspected militants preparing to infiltrate from Pakistan-ruled Kashmir.
China said it opposed any country using its own laws for "long-arm jurisdiction," after the U.S. sanctioned a Chinese company.
Rodrigo Duterte continued a month-long anti-U.S. tirade by ruling out any further joint military exercises.
The city-state is trying to remain on good terms with both ASEAN and Beijing amid tensions over the South China Sea dispute
Donald Trump's confusing comments about nuclear weapons are not the first time his statements have left experts wondering what he might do if he gains access to nukes.
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