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Russia displays advanced weapons in Victory Day parades
Russia has celebrated its Victory Day with massive military parades across the country, showcasing some of its most advanced weapons, including hypersonic missile, Arctic-rated anti-aircraft systems and a new strike drone.
German bill seeks to prevent weapons exports to Saudi Arabia, UAE over Yemen conflict
Germany’s democratic socialist political party Die Linke has proposed a draft bill aimed at banning weapons exports to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for their role in the three-year-old Yemen war, which has claimed the lives of thousands of civilians in the impoverished Arab country.
Shamkhani: US policy in region aimed at selling more weapons
Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani said the US definite policy in the Middle East is to create insecurity in order to expand its military bases, sell more weapons, and interfere in the region.
Chemical weapons agency investigating Douma attack
The international chemical weapons watchdog has launched an investigation into a reported chemical attack near the Syrian capital Damascus that the US has blamed on the Syrian government.
Russia denies claims Syrian forces used chemical weapons
Russia on Sunday rejected claims the Syrian government used chemical weapons on a terrorist holdout in Eastern Ghouta, after the US said Russia bore ultimate responsibility for any attack.
Militants left over 40 tons of chemical weapons in Syria: Russia
Militant groups have abandoned chemical arms production facilities and over 40 tons of chemical weapons after retreating from different conflict zones in Syria, a Russian defense ministry official says.
South Sudanese protest US ban on weapons
Anti-Trump demonstrations in South Sudan's capital turned violent on Tuesday as people took to the streets to protest the US president's new ban on the supply of weapons to the army or rebels.
Trump accuses Iran of seeking nuclear weapons
US President Donald Trump has once again accused Iran of seeking nuclear weapons despite confirmations by the United Nations’ atomic agency that Tehran complies with the 2015 nuclear deal.
Bullied kids more likely to bring weapons to school
CDC data on bullying in schools nationwide suggested that it is likely that more than 200,000 victims of bullying have carried a gun or knife to school in the last 30 days.
Anger over Greek plan to sell weapons to Saudi Arabia
A political dispute in Greece over a controversial arms deal with Saudi Arabia is deepening, with opposition politicians and critics decrying plans to sell 66 million euros ($78.7 million) worth of surplus missiles and bombs to this Arab country.
Iraqi volunteer force hints will return return weapons to army after Daesh battle
An Iraqi volunteer military force, which heeded a government call to arms in 2014 to join the fight against Daesh, says it respects the decisions of the national army, hinting that it will act on an order to hand heavy arms back when the counter-terrorism battles end.
Trump plans to accelerate US weapons sales abroad
US President Donald Trump is planning to accelerate American weapons sales abroad, and has prepared to ease the restrictions his predecessor, Barack Obama, in this regard, according to a new report.
Iran not buying 'beautiful' weapons from US: Zarif
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has touched on Iran’s missile power, saying the country is developing its own defenses instead of buying billions of dollars worth of the so-called beautiful military equipment from the US.
UK weapons companies earn over £6bn from Yemen war
British arms companies have earned more than £6 billion from their trade with Saudi Arabia during the ongoing war in Yemen, new research has found.

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