Latest in Tag: military Highlight
Latest in Tag: military
Armed forces kill six militants in a joint security attack against militants in Sheikh Zuwaid
The training brings together more than 300 servicemen from both armies
This training is part of the counter-terrorism cooperation strategy Defenders of Friendship 2016
The two Mistral helicopter carriers will be used to secure gas fields and counter-terrorism, says Osama Rabie
The helicopter carrier is Egypt’s second acquisition from France
Sheikh Saeed Abdel Fattah was kidnapped by gunmen after a Friday sermon earlier in September, according to reports
Militant attacks have been targeting officers and conscripts in North Sinai since 2013
Ali is charged with belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood
Military vehicle targeted by road bomb in Al-Arish
Suffering setbacks in Yemen, Saudi Arabia seeks closer ties and increased military cooperation with East and South Asian countries. Analysts say Pakistan provides a stepping stone for Riyadh’s “look east” policy.
Turkey has pledged to push jihadi fighters belonging to the so-called “Islamic State” out of the Syrian town of Jarablus near the Turkish border.
Military facilities include power stations, gas stations, petrol fields, railways, and road networks, among others
Militant attacks army checkpoint with truck bomb, says army spokesperson
Garrett’s second visit to Egypt highlights bilateral cooperation and counter-terrorism measures
45 other militants were killed in an airstrike south and southwest of Al-Arish, says spokesperson
Russia delivered Thursday a Molniya RKA-32 corvette to Egypt as a “gift”, according to military spokesperson
Barakat was assassinated on 29 June 2015 in an attack that targeted his motorcade
Parliament marks strong pro-army stance
Sharif is currently on a two-day visit to Cairo, leading a Pakistani military delegation
President avows confidence in military, allows live ammunition in Air Force parade
The head of the US Naval Forces Central Command is set to discuss American-Egyptian collaboration
The military upheaval in Turkey, of which the final consequences are yet to be seen, highlights a major weakness in worldwide efforts to promote democracy. This event underscores the need to establish binding international legal principles to ban the recognition of military regimes as a result of coups d’état. Establishment of such principles, and the creation …
Despite Erdoğan’s crackdown on freedoms, Turkish people chose to take to streets to support him
An emergency session for the Turkish parliament was held Saturday afternoon with pro-government supporter’s surrounding the headquarters with chants against the coup attempt and an inside of the building marred by last night’s destruction.
Despite failure, private and state-run media consider the Turkish military coup a success
Troops loyal to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan appear to be regaining control after a section of the Turkish military announced that it had seized power to restore order
A military group took illegal action “outside the chain of command”, says Yildirim
An “Islamic State” linked news agency has reported the death of the group’s “minister of war,” Omar al-Shishani. The US claimed to have killed him in March.
Calls for dropping all charges against workers and referring the case to a civilian court