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Gunfire, protests as Sudan's military seizes power in coup
Sudan's military seized power in a coup on Monday, arresting members of a transitional government that was supposed to guide the country to democracy following the overthrow of long-ruling autocrat Omar al-Bashir in a popular uprising two years ago.
Iran to launch large-scale military drill on Tuesday
The Iranian air defense units will launch a joint military exercise in the country’s central desert areas Tuesday.
China urges US to stop military aid to Taiwan
US secretly training Taiwan's military: Pentagon
Europe to boost own military might after chaotic Afghanistan exit: EU chief
Europe will seek to boost its own military capacity after the collapse of the US-backed government in Afghanistan, EU chief Ursula von der Leyen said Wednesday, announcing a defence summit.
Russia, Belarus start joint military drills
Russia and Belarus kickstarted massive joint military drills on the EU’s border on Friday as tensions between Belarus and its western neighbours rise.
Guinea junta consolidates takeover by naming military governors
The soldiers who seized power in Guinea over the weekend have consolidated their takeover with the installation of army officers at the top of Guinea's eight regions and various administrative districts.
Myanmar shadow government calls for revolt against military rule
Myanmar's shadow government, formed by opponents of military rule, called for a nationwide uprising against the junta on Tuesday, amid reports of new protests and a flare-up in fighting between the army and ethnic military groups.
Guinea military commanders stage coup, remove president from power
UN chief condemns any gov’t takeover by force
Russia to deliver huge military hardware consignment to Belarus: Lukashenko
Russia will soon deliver a huge military hardware consignment to Belarus, including aircraft, helicopters and air defence systems, Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko was quoted as saying on Wednesday by the Belta news agency.
Afghan crisis shows Europe needs to develop own military capacity independent of US: Borrell
The fall of Kabul to the Taliban and the chaotic international evacuation effort shows that Europe needs to develop its own military capacity independent of the United States, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell argues.
US military forces have no legal mandate to operate in Syria: Russia
The Russian Embassy in Washington said US military forces deployed to the oil-rich northeastern part of Syria have no legal mandate to stay in the Arab country under the allegations of fighting the Daesh terrorist group.
Putin: UK warship near Crimea wanted to test Russia's military response
A British warship that Russia says illegally entered its territorial waters near Crimea earlier this month did so to observe in detail how Russian forces would react, President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday.
Biden to route part of US border wall funds to military
President Joe Biden's administration will return more than $2 billion in funds allotted under his predecessor Donald Trump to build a wall along the US-Mexican border to the military and devote other remaining money to construction site clean-up, the White House budget office said on Friday.
Military copters deployed to put out wildfires in south Iran: Commander
The Iranian Defense Ministry has employed some of its helicopters to contain wildfires in the country’s southern and southwestern provinces, a commander said.

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