Sweden has suspended all flights to northern Iraq because of concerns about increased military activity in the area, the country's transport agency said on Friday.
Iraq closed its northern airspace for at least 48 hours earlie
The Paris terror attacks are likely to spur a stronger global military response to Islamic State, after a US-led air war that has lasted more than a year has failed to contain a group now proving itself to be a growing worldwide threat.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday it was too soon to say whether the deadly attacks in Paris would prompt him to reconsider his pledge to withdraw Canada from airstrikes against Islamic State militants in the Middle East.
Having rushed to war in Yemen just as oil prices sank, Gulf Arab militaries are in a thrifty mood. They are focusing on immediate wartime needs like ammunition supplies.
Such caution does not mean the rich dyna
UAE-based NIMR Automotive, a major manufacturer of light and medium weight wheeled military vehicles, has launched its award-winning, combat-proven military vehicles into the Asian market.
NIMR is a subsidiary of Emirates Defence
US-based AM General has been awarded new contracts worth $42.1 million for high mobility multi-purpose wheeled vehicle (HMMWV), as well as contracts for modifications of existing domestic and international vehicles and parts.
Police have seized a large quantity of foreign ‘military grade’ weapons and explosives from a house in Nuwaidrat, Bahrain. The Interior Ministry last night announced that the unprecedented amount of internationally sourced explosiv
Russia's military intervention in support of President Bashar Al Assad has dismayed Gulf enemies of the Syrian leader who say it will prolong the war and keep Syria firmly in the orbit of their arch regional rival Iran.
Russia called on Friday for military-to-military cooperation with the US to avert "unintended incidents" as it stages navy exercises off the coast of Syria, where US officials believe Moscow is building up forces to protect President B
United Nations inspectors will be present with Iranian technicians as they take samples from a key military site, two Western diplomats said, undercutting an objection by US Republicans to the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.