Greece’s Russian-made S-300 air defense systems stationed on the island of Crete locked onto Turkish fighter jets as they crossed international airspace over the Mediterranean, Turkey’s Defense Ministry claimed, amid mounting tensions between the two NATO states.
Publicly available documents from the Italian parliament and Defense Ministry show Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) was awarded contracts with Rome worth approximately $550 million. The deals are for special mission aircraft as well as support and ground logistics...
The Department of Defense has routinely touted the success of flying tens of thousands of Afghans from Kabul as the country fell to the Taliban. A year later, thousands of the refugees are languishing in camps worldwide as they wait for Washington to allow them to enter America.
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In response to Russia's attack on Ukraine, US President Joe Biden vowed to isolate and “cripple” the Russian economy. However, Moscow has been able to maintain its economic strength, in part by exporting over $1 billion per month in wood, metals, food and other...
The US launched more airstrikes in Syria on Thursday, marking the third day of violence since President Biden ordered the bombing of facilities in Deir ez-Zor, Syria, on Tuesday night.
Iran said on Wednesday that it had received the US response to an EU proposal aimed at reviving the nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA. Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani said Tehran has begun a “careful review” of the US response.
Washington and several of its close partners kicked off massive aerial military exercises in Australia. F-35s from the US and Brittan will join advanced warplanes from India, Japan, South Korea, France and several other countries.