MILITARY AFFAIRS

Greek Defence Minister Nikos Panagiotopoulos spoke on the phone with Turkey’s Defence Minister Hulusi Akar on Wednesday. The two ministers discussed the...

The French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle, which is followed by six accompanying ships, is now west of plot 8 of the Cyprus EEZ, sending a clear message...

“If the Syrian regime will not retreat from Turkish observation posts in Idlib in February, Turkey itself will be obliged to make this happen,”...

After more than two years of repairs, guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald (DDG-62) left the Mississippi coast for sea trials in the Gulf of Mexico, Navy...

The Marine Corps’ first squadron of F-35C Joint Strike Fighters will reach an initial operating capability next month ahead of future carrier deployments,...

Japan sent a naval destroyer to the Middle East on Sunday for a rare overseas mission to ensure the safety of its ships amid lingering tension between Iran...

Greece has announced plans to upgrade its existing fleet of fighter jets as well as acquire new U.S.-built fifth-generation F-35 Lightning II aircraft in a...

The UN envoy to Libya said today there was “genuine will to start negotiations” between rival military forces as talks began in Geneva to ensure...

Four different Syrian oil and gas facilities were attacked overnight, causing fires and some damage, the state news agency SANA reported Tuesday. The news agency...

Yemen’s Houthi militia are in possession of new weapons similar to those produced in Iran, according to a UN report obtained by AFP on Friday, in potential...

Militants attacked a gas pipeline in Egypt’s northern Sinai Peninsula on Sunday night, reportedly aiming to disrupt gas flow between Israel and Egypt. Israeli...

In the event of a direct Turkey-Syria conflict, the balance of power is not in favor of the Syrian army, military experts say, according to analyses hosted...