US to reconsider arming Syrian rebels

Syria has faced many troubles since since the fighting between rebel forces and Syrian forces began in March 2011. The United Nations (UN) has suggested that as many as 70,000 Syrians have died in the 2 year conflict. Reports coming out of Syria suggest that the Assad government are now using chemical...

6 killed after Mastiff fails to protect occupants

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) has reported that three British troops were killed and six other individuals seriously harmed after a large roadside bomb (IED) detonated and caused major damage to their Mastiff armored vehicle. The 23 tonne vehicle, which has been in operation in Afghanistan since 2006, is...

BAGRAM AIRBASE – 747 cargo plane crashes

BAGRAM AIRBASE – AFGHANISTAN: A dramatic and devastating video surfaced on a site called Liveleak, which shows a 747 cargo-plane crashing minutes after take-off. It’s suspected that the cargo plane was carrying MRAP armored vehicles to the UAE for transportation purposes. All 7 crew on...

Taiwan to deploy Patriot missiles to its south

Taiwan is to deploy 3 U.S. made Patriot anti-missile batteries in the southern part of Taiwan, adding to the 1 located in the northern part of Taiwan, Deputy Defense Minister Andrew Yang said on Thursday. On Monday, Mr. Yang said, “Peace and stability in Taiwan could only be realized through self...

South Korea and US military drills end (“Foal Eagle”)

  The US and South Korea have wrapped up joint military drills that took place amid high tensions with North Korea. The two month operation called “Foal Eagle”, held annually, angered North Korea. It made threats after the U.S. flew nuclear capable B-52 bombers over South Korea and then...
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