The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has announced that 30 soldiers from Kosovo Force (KFOR) have been injured during violent clashes with Ethnic-Serbians in Zvečan, Northern Kosovo. “The number of peace-keepers wounded during yesteerdays unprovoked violence in the municipality of Zvečan is 30,” as per an official
Armenias Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said the country is ready to recognize the Nagorno-Karabakh as part of Azerbaijan if Baku guarantees the security of its ethnic Armenian population. In mid-March, Azerbaijan presented a series of framework proposals for a peace agreement
The NATO has set up a cell to protect underwater infrastructure such as pipelines and data cables from “spying” Russia, a move first suggested by Germany and Norway. “Russia has been spying in northern waters for years in the Great Belt, the Kattegat and the North Sea,” Germanys defense ministry said...
Cairo has given Mohamed Hamdan Dagolo, better known as Hemedti, the leader of the Sudans paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) a 72-hour ultimatum to return Egyptian troops. This was reported by
Russian fighters and attack helicopters have shone in the ongoing pitched battle between Sudanese Armed Forces and Rapid Support Forces (RSF) which has raised fears of a civil war. Sudans military, led by Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman al-Burhan, an army general who is the de facto ruler of the country since a coup in 2019, operates a mixture of transport planes, fighter jets and helicopters sourced from Europe, Russia, China and the United States but has taken to its official social media accounts to laud Russian aircraft
Thawing of relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia was expected following the signing of China-brokered peace deal, but the war in Yemen, in which both countries are on rival sides, is still on. The conflict in Yemen is seen by Western sources as an extension of the Iran–Saudi Arabia proxy conflict, where they have lent support of varying degrees to rival forces in Yemen, Syria and Lebanon
Ten barrels containing about 2.5 tons of natural Uranium reported missing by UNs nuclear watchdog in Libya, has been found near the border with Chad, according to forces in the war-scarred countrys east
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