Rebels in Donetsk restore former Ukrainian armouryRebels in Donetsk restore former Ukrainian armouryDozens of pro-Russian rebels are restoring Ukrainian tanks, armoured personnel carriers and other heavy weapons in a factory in an abandoned industrial zone in Donetsk. Duration 00:52 Video provided by AFPWorld
Ukraine, rebels start pulling back heavy weapons in the eastUkraine, rebels start pulling back heavy weapons in the eastWarring parties in Ukraine took a major stride toward quelling unrest in the country's east Thursday with the declared start of a supervised withdrawal of heavy weapons from the front line.Europe
Russian Paratroopers in Drills on Border with Estonia, LatviaRussian Paratroopers in Drills on Border with Estonia, LatviaUp to 2,000 Russian soldiers took part in drills in the country's west on Wednesday as Moscow conducted an inspection of its paratrooper units in the latest show of strength likely to alarm its neighbors.Europe
Lithuania To Reinstate Conscription Following Ukraine CrisisLithuania To Reinstate Conscription Following Ukraine CrisisLithuania plans to reinstate conscription later this year over fears surrounding Russia's military intervention in Ukraine.Space
Space Intel Gives France Policy IndependenceSpace Intel Gives France Policy IndependenceFrance draws on its own system of military intelligence satellites to deliver geo-spatial intel, a resource seen as key to political independence and used for sharing valuable data with the armed forces and allies, a defense official said.World
Crimean tatars living in fear in homeland ruled by RussiaCrimean tatars living in fear in homeland ruled by RussiaRussia's takeover of the Crimean peninsula in Ukraine a year ago was hailed by many ethnic-Russian locals, but for the indigenous Crimean Tatar minority, the new rulers have brought little but fear. Video provided by AFPStratfor
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The Islamic State: The beast keeps growingThe Islamic State: The beast keeps growingFormer deputy director of the CIA John McLaughlin says the U.S. needs to set priorities -- and fast.