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Turkey pressured over Chinese missile deal

Following its decision in late-2013 to purchase long-range air defense missile systems from a Chinese, rather than a western defense company, Turkey is being reportedly pressured to change its decision.
In the Media by Paul Iddon - 1 comment

Putin says Ukraine risks abyss, dialogue only solution

Moscow - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday accused Ukraine's new authorities of driving the country towards the abyss but said that dialogue was the only way out of the intensifying crisis.
In the Media by AFP

Royal Navy chief warns of threat posed by Scottish independence

London - Britain's Royal Navy chief on Tuesday warned that an independent Scotland would "damage the very heart" of the military service.
In the Media by AFP

Google buys New Mexico start-up drone maker Titan Aerospace

Is the race for high altitude unmanned drones on? Two major tech giants showed interests in start-up drone companies and another major purchase has been made today.
In the Media by Milton Este

North Korea denies link to drones recovered by South

Seoul - North Korea on Monday flatly denied any connection to three crashed drones recovered in the South, and accused Seoul of "fabricating" a link in order to smear Pyongyang.
In the Media by AFP

Russian jet raced by U.S warship in Black Sea

A Russian jet fighter recently flew around a US warship in the Black Sea for about 90 minutes amidst tensions over Russia's intervention into the Crimea region in Ukraine.
In the Media by Paul Iddon - 3 comments

China's booming military spending belies caution

Beijing - With the world's biggest military, China far outnumbers rival Japan in manpower, ships, aircraft and defence spending, but analysts say underlying weaknesses leave it still wary of a fight.
In the Media by Kelly Olsen (AFP)

Tiny sponges could save lives on the battlefield

Washington - A simple new method could revolutionize battlefield medicine: a syringe filled with injectable sponges, shot directly into a wound to stop massive bleeding -- a major cause of combat fatalities.
In the Media by Mathieu Rabechault (AFP) - 2 comments

China tells Hagel won't 'stir up troubles' in Japan dispute

Beijing - Beijing will not act first to "stir up troubles" over island disputes with neighbours, China's defence minister said Tuesday at a meeting with American counterpart Chuck Hagel.
In the Media by Daniel de Luce (AFP)

China shows off new aircraft carrier to U.S. defence chief

Qingdao - China will show off its new aircraft carrier to U.S. Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel on Monday, allowing the Pentagon chief a first-hand look at a symbol of the country's growing military prowess.
In the Media by Dan De Luce (AFP)
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