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India to buy $260mn worth of Israeli missiles, Russian bombs
The Indian Defense Ministry has authorized major arms deals with Israel and Russia, as the country steps up efforts to modernize its military amid territorial disputes with neighbors China and Pakistan.
Egypt bombs militants smuggling weapons from Libya
Egypt say a convoy of suspected militants smuggling weapons from neighboring Libya has been neutralized as the military steps up operations to hunt those behind a recent deadly attack on police forces in the southwest of the capital Cairo.
Use of children as 'human bombs' on the rise in Nigeria
The United Nations children agency expressed extreme concern at the appalling increase in the cruel and calculated use of children, especially girls, as ‘human bombs’ in north-east Nigeria.
23 more Syrians dead as US-led coalition bombs Daesh-held Raqqah
Nearly two dozen civilians have lost their lives when the US-led coalition purportedly fighting the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group conducted a series of aerial assaults in Syria’s militant-held northern city of Raqqah.
US military completes test-dropping leaflet bombs using B-52 bombers
The US military says it has successfully test-dropped a number of leaflet bombs, capable of delivering thousands of leaflets to people located in a target area.
Israeli aircraft bombs Syrian army positions in occupied Golan
An Israeli unmanned aerial vehicle has reportedly targeted Syrian army positions in Golan Heights after a projectile allegedly fired from Syria landed in the occupied territory.
50,000 people to evacuate Hanover as expert defuse WWII bombs
Some 50,000 people have been ordered to evacuate Hanover as the German city prepares to defuse several bombs dating back to the World War II-era.
US military releases video of ‘mother of all bombs’ being dropped in Afghanistan
The Pentagon has released video showing the largest non-nuclear bomb in the US arsenal being dropped on a target in eastern Afghanistan.
Twin Damascus bombs kill 46
Twin bombs targeting Shia pilgrims in Damascus on Saturday killed 46 people, most of them Iraqis, in one of the bloodiest attacks in the Syrian capital.
Dozens dead as bombs hit Iraqi capital
Twin blasts ripped through a busy market area in central Baghdad Saturday, police said, shattering a relative lull in attacks in the capital.
Saudi jets intensify airstrikes on Yemen, use cluster bombs
Saudi fighter jets have intensified their airstrikes against Yemeni provinces, using more internationally-banned arms in their latest raids.
Daesh car bombs kill dozens in southeast Mosul
At least 30 people have been killed and 60 others injured in a series of car bomb attacks that hit the Iraqi city of Mosul on Thursday.
Roadside bombs kill 9 civilians in Afghanistan
At least nine civilians have lost their lives and several others sustained injuries in two separate roadside bomb attacks in Afghanistan.
Did US fire 500-pound bombs on civilians in Syria?
The United States military ran down 500-pound bombs on a Syrian village last month, possibly killing dozens of women and children instead of Daesh terrorists, a new report says.
US authorizes $386 million bombs sale to Australia
The US State Department has approved a $386 million sale of bombs to Australia, according to the Defense Security Cooperation Agency.

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