Twenty-two suspects have been detained in connection with a deadly attack on a Pakistan air force base claimed by the Taliban.
Japan's parliament passed contentious security bills into law early Saturday, in a move that could see Japanese troops fight abroad for the first time in 70 years.
Bulgaria began deploying up to 1,000 troops to buttress its southeastern border with Turkey as hundreds of migrants remained stranded for a third day on the Turkish side.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon voiced outrage after Burkina Faso's presidential guard detained the country's interim president and prime minister, and demanded their immediate release.
Russia wants talks with the US military to ensure their forces do not come into conflict as it continues its build-up in Syria, Secretary of State John Kerry said.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sought Britain's cooperation to "turn back the tide of militant Islam" as he met Prime Minister David Cameron in London.
The United States has asked Greece to ban Russian supply flights to Syria from its airspace, amid growing US fears that Moscow is increasing its military backing for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter offered assurances that the Iran nuclear deal will leave Washington with a "more effective" military option if that becomes necessary.
Captain Temirlan Mussapirov of Kazbrig, the first Kazakh to arrive to Cote d'Ivoire as a military observer returned home.
President of Kazakhstan has visited the military parade in Beijing in honor of the 70th anniversary of the Victory.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said it was premature to talk about Russia taking part in military operations against the Islamic State group.
The EU is preparing to step up action against people smugglers in the Mediterranean, actively seizing the boats which carry thousands of hapless migrants to Europe.
The Pentagon is building a tech hub in Silicon Valley to help create new gadgetry for the supersoldiers of the future as well as tech-savvy consumers.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un said nuclear weapons -- not negotiating skills -- secured what he described as a "landmark" agreement this week with South Korea.
NATO opened a training centre in Georgia as the ex-Soviet country eyes closer partnership with the Western military alliance amid tensions with Russia.
Kazakhstan and Belarus along with other CIS countries have expressed interested in purchasing Russian air drone Eleron.
The US serviceman who was wounded while foiling a gun attack on a train in Europe will be nominated for the Air Force's highest medal for non-combat bravery.
Kazakhstan’s Air Defence Forces have received five air defence missile systems from Russia.
Top-level North and South Korean negotiators talked through the night with no sign of an agreement to exit a high-stakes standoff.
North and South Korea sat down to urgent top-level talks, seeking some way out of an escalating crisis that has pushed both their militaries to the brink of an armed conflict.
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