The US Army plans to fund construction of rare earths processing facilities, part of an urgent push by Washington to secure domestic supply of the minerals used to make military weapons and electronics, according to a government document seen by Reuters.
In a rare move and a blow to the administration of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistan’s Supreme Court has temporarily suspended an extension of the term of office of the country’s chief of army staff.
Pakistan's powerful military said it supported the country's elected government and the constitution, as tens of thousands of opposition protesters gathered in the capital demanding that Prime Minister Imran Khan's year-old government quits by Sunday.
Several people have sustained injuries during clashes between a group of protesters and Lebanese army forces when the latter sought to open a blocked road as people poured back onto streets and squares across Lebanon on the tenth day of anti-government demonstrations over the country's economic crisis.
The Malian military says its troops have killed around 50 militants in a counterterrorism operation, during which dozens of the soldiers captured in deadly attacks by terror outfits last month were also rescued.
In the latest revelation on collusion between Loyalist terror groups and the British state during the Northern Ireland troubles (1968-1998), it has been revealed that a former Loyalist terror leader collaborated with both the police and the army.
Syrian government forces have entered the towns of Tabqah, Ain Issa and Tel Tamer in northeast Syria after Damascus reached an agreement with Kurds in the region to deploy troops there following Turkey’s invasion into its southern neighbor, state media reported on Monday.
An Indonesian soldier was killed on Monday in a clash with students in Papua, a military spokesman said, while media reports said three students also died in the incident that marks a new escalation in unrest in the easternmost area.