defense & security
By Ryan Faith
North Korea has published images of what is purportedly a miniaturized nuclear warhead, but it’s not clear whether the device is real or just a mockup.
Iran fired two Qadr missiles which hit targets in the southeast of the country around 870 miles away, Meanwhile, US Vice President Joe Biden said if Iran breaks terms of the nuclear deal "we will act."
The latest twice-yearly US government report tracking former Guantanamo detainees found that an additional six are suspected of engaging in terrorist or insurgent activities.
Omar Egwilla, the son of a former Canadian imam who reportedly tried to recruit his peers to “take part in jihad,” died in Benghazi on Saturday, according to SITE Intelligence Group.
North Korea denounced the annual war exercises that are scheduled to begin on Monday and warned that its military could “beat up the US mainland at any time.”
More than a million young Ugandans have been recruited into the ranks of the "Crime Preventers" vigilante group — a government-backed youth which it's alleged influenced the recent election.
On Wednesday the UN agreed its toughest ever sanctions against North Korea, effectively creating a blockade of the already-isolated nation. Hours later, Pyongyang launched a volley of missiles.
US citizens and al Qaeda members Anwar al-Awlaki and Samir Khan wanted to attack the US before they were killed by a 2011 CIA drone strike in Yemen.
By Miriam Wells
Drones nearly hit aircraft in UK airspace 23 times in just six months last year. Pilots say research is urgently needed to see what could happen if they collide, because it could be catastrophic.
Canadian police claim the records contain crucial evidence in their case against a Calgary man claiming to be an Islamic State fighter, and who remains at large.
Police officers will get the G36 assault rifle, a weapon commonly used in war, to patrol French cities. That's part of a government plan to stop attacks like the Paris massacre of November 2015.
By Ryan Faith
After decades of work, hypersonic weapons may be on the verge of moving off the drawing board and into real designs says USAF.
The State Department will release the final official batch of Clinton's emails Monday evening — but there are still many emails deemed too sensitive to disclose.
Discreet Funeral and No Autopsy: Israel Places Strict Conditions on Return of Palestinian Attackers' Bodies
VICE News spoke to relatives of Palestinian attackers killed by Israeli forces who are unable to get their remains back until they agree to certain conditions including small funerals and no autopsies.
By VICE News
North Korea has released video of a tearful "confession" by a University of Virginia student who has been detained in Pyongyang since early January.
By Justin Ling
Police are trying to bolster a case against a Calgarian who is accused of joining the Islamic State. In the process, they've demanded that a journalist help prove their case.
A US senator claimed this week that Aamer was not transferred to the UK with the full agreement of the US government and military. Meanwhile, British officials said the US case had been "discredited."
Little is known about the so-called Technical Research Department, a shadowy Egyptian intelligence unit reporting directly to the president. But we do know European companies did business with it.
Thirteen years after fiery Muslim cleric Abu Omar was abducted from a street in Milan and rendered to Egypt, the European Court of Human Rights awarded him damages.