defense & security
By VICE News
Belgian police had been on alert for any reprisal action following Friday's arrest of Salah Abdeslam, the main surviving suspect of the November's attacks in Paris.
The tech community and supporters of Apple suggested the timing of the FBI's announcement, just a day before a major hearing in the case, was suspicious.
The charges against Salim Alaradi of supporting and funding terrorist organizations were replaced with new, less severe charges of raising donations without permission of the UAE government and sending supplies to a group in Libya.
Pyongyang sent five short-range projectiles into the sea off its east coast on Monday, while South Korea's Unification Ministry claimed that the North is capable of a fifth nuclear test at any point.
By Tess Owen
The soldier, who is currently serving a 35-year sentence for leaking classified information, obtained documents that show how the US is using profiling to prevent future leaks.
The medium-range missiles — one of which appeared to be capable of reaching Japan — were reportedly fired from road-mobile launchers.
By Ryan Faith
The Pentagon stopped production of the F-22 fighter jet in 2012. Now, facing new threats from China and Russia, the US wants more F-22s — but they're going to cost more than ever.
Among the projects detailed at a Congressional hearing today were a $2.8 million storage facility that's been empty since its completion in 2014, and a half-million dollar firing range built for the Afghan Police that "melted" when it rained.
It's time for European leaders to acknowledge the truth — the human rights principles the union was founded upon have been abandoned, and their state of denial is killing innocent people.
Kim said last week his country had miniaturized a nuclear warhead, but experts from the United States and South Korea remain skeptical.
Christianne Boudreau has been critical of Canada's intelligence services after her son, Damian Clairmont, died fighting with IS. Now the government is investigating allegations she obtained another son's passport without his father's consent.
Saudi Arabia, the West's trusted Middle Eastern ally, may be about to execute three young men arrested for protesting when they were children. VICE News spoke to their families.
China has already installed military radars and the infrastructure could also allow for the deployment of surface-to-air missiles, coastal defense cruise missiles, and an increased presence of warships.
The North Korean leader reportedly made the remarks while watching a ballistic missile test launch, likely referring to the firing of two short-range missiles from the eastern city of Wonsan on Thursday.
Victor Cha, a US representative in the Six Party Talks, discusses North Korea's nuclear threat, Pyongyang's relationship with Beijing, and what could end the Kim regime.
By Ryan Faith
It's a Groundhog Day in Korea, but with massive military exercises and apocalyptic threats. The 2016 season of communication by threat begins in Korea.
A senior commander in Iran's Revolutionary Guards said that 'Iran will not turn into Yemen, Iraq, or Syria,' and that that Tehran has missiles ready to be fired, according to state TV.
By Ryan Faith
The Senate asked the Pentagon how our battles against the Islamic State, the Taliban, and other bad apples are going in bid to prove/disprove Obama was right/wrong about everything.