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NATO welcomes US Afghan troop commitment
NATO welcomes US Afghan troop commitment

NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said he welcomed President Barack Obama's decision to keep US troops in Afghanistan longer than planned as part of a "crucial" effort to support Kabul.

NATO welcomes US Afghan troop commitment
Pentagon chief: US not leaving Afghanistan
Pentagon chief: US not leaving Afghanistan

US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter indicated the United States would maintain extra troops in Afghanistan beyond the end of next year.

Pentagon chief: US not leaving Afghanistan
US and Russian military talks Wednesday: Carter
US and Russian military talks Wednesday: Carter

Military commanders from Russia and the United States will hold another round of talks on how to stay out of each other's way in the skies over Syria.

US and Russian military talks Wednesday: Carter
China's Minister of Defense Chang Wanquan meets Nursultan Nazarbayev
China continues strengthening military relations with Kazakhstan

China's Minister of Defense Chang Wanquan has arrived to Kazakhstan on an official visit.

China continues strengthening military relations with Kazakhstan
Russia will not conduct ground operation in Syria: Putin
Russia will not conduct ground operation in Syria: Putin

President Vladimir Putin said that Russia would not deploy ground troops to Syria, where it has been conducting air strikes against what it says are Islamic State target.

Russia will not conduct ground operation in Syria: Putin
Pentagon chief warns of Russia casualties in Syria
Pentagon chief warns of Russia casualties in Syria

US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter predicted Russia would soon begin suffering casualties in Syria, as Moscow dramatically ramps up its military campaign in the devastated nation.

Pentagon chief warns of Russia casualties in Syria
NATO head sees 'troubling escalation' of Russian activity in Syria
NATO head sees 'troubling escalation' of Russian activity in Syria

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said there had been a "troubling escalation" in Russian military activity in Syria, after Moscow dramatically expanded its air campaign.

NATO head sees 'troubling escalation' of Russian activity in Syria
Turkey PM says 'only two' Russia strikes aimed at IS
Turkey PM says 'only two' Russia strikes aimed at IS

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said only two Russian air strikes in Syria had targeted Islamic State jihadists and warned that Ankara would not make any concessions about the security of its borders

Turkey PM says 'only two' Russia strikes aimed at IS
Australia to spend $1 bn on 'world leader' armoured vehicles
Australia to spend $1 bn on 'world leader' armoured vehicles

Australia will spend Aus$1.3 billion (US$1 billion) on next-generation armoured land vehicles for its army, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said as he announced the latest update to modernise the nation's military.

Australia to spend $1 bn on 'world leader' armoured vehicles
Pentagon chief arrives in Europe amid Syrian, Afghan crises
Pentagon chief arrives in Europe amid Syrian, Afghan crises

US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter arrived in Madrid, beginning a European tour amid alarm over Russian bombardments in Syria and the refugee crisis sparked by the conflict.

Pentagon chief arrives in Europe amid Syrian, Afghan crises
British PM urges Putin to change course in Syria
British PM urges Putin to change course in Syria

British Prime Minister David Cameron urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to "change direction" in Syria and recognise that its President Bashar al-Assad must be replaced.

British PM urges Putin to change course in Syria
Syria detains dissident who criticised Russian strikes
Syria detains dissident who criticised Russian strikes

The Syrian authorities on Sunday briefly detained a prominent opposition figure days after he criticised Russian air strikes in Syria.

Syria detains dissident who criticised Russian strikes
Erdogan urges Putin to change mind over Syria bombing
Erdogan urges Putin to change mind over Syria bombing

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday urged Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to reconsider Moscow's bombing campaign in Syria.

Erdogan urges Putin to change mind over Syria bombing
Head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov. ©RIA Novosti
Chechen strongman calls on Kremlin to send local troops to Syria

Chechen strongman Ramzan Kadyrov called on the Kremlin to let a contingent from his region fight the Islamic State in Syria, where Russia launched air strikes earlier this week.

Chechen strongman calls on Kremlin to send local troops to Syria
Chairman of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs Alexei Pushkov. ©RIA Novosti
Russian air strikes in Syria to last three to four months: Russian lawmaker

Russian air strikes in Syria will last for three to four months and will intensify, a senior Russian lawmaker said as President Vladimir Putin was due in Paris for talks.

Russian air strikes in Syria to last three to four months: Russian lawmaker
NATO chief worried about Russian military build-up in Syria
NATO chief worried about Russian military build-up in Syria

NATO General Philip Breedlove expressed concern Monday about the strength of Russia's military build-up in northwestern Syria and the apparent creation of a defensive "bubble" in the Mediterranean.

NATO chief worried about Russian military build-up in Syria
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Four soldiers drown during military exercise in Kazakhstan

Four soldiers have drowned during the second stage of Center 2015 military drills in Aktau, Kazakhstan.

Four soldiers drown during military exercise in Kazakhstan
US, Russia could 'find areas of cooperation' on Syria: Pentagon chief
US, Russia could 'find areas of cooperation' on Syria: Pentagon chief

The United States and Russia could find ways to cooperate on the crisis in Syria, Pentagon chief Ashton Carter said, as Moscow continues a military build-up in the war-torn nation.

US, Russia could 'find areas of cooperation' on Syria: Pentagon chief
Russia still arming Ukraine rebels despite truce: NATO chief
Russia still arming Ukraine rebels despite truce: NATO chief

Russia is still sending weapons to separatist rebels battling the Ukrainian government despite a fresh truce in the war-torn east of the country.

Russia still arming Ukraine rebels despite truce: NATO chief
Russia military backing for Syria counterproductive: Kerry
Russia military backing for Syria counterproductive: Kerry

Russia's military backing for the Syrian regime only risks sending more extremists to the war-torn country and could further hamper any effort at bringing peace.

Russia military backing for Syria counterproductive: Kerry