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Soldiers given mefloquine, better known as Lariam, including those currently deployed to Sierra Leone to fight the Ebola outbreak, are four times more likely to develop mental health problems than...
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2014/11/28 17:56
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PARIS: French authorities and NATO confirmed the presence of four Russian warships in the English Channel on Friday (Nov 28), but denied they were doing military exercises and said they were taking...
2014/11/28 15:29
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Cairo — Security forces closed off the vicinity of the Ministry of interior (MOI) to cars on Friday ahead of scheduled Islamist protests. The Salafist front is organising protests on Friday November...
2014/11/28 14:29
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Tunis — Tunisia on Tuesday (November 20th) established the Intelligence, Security and Defence Agency under the Ministry of Defence. Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa said the move "gives more flexibility...
2014/11/28 12:59
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Two senior Egyptian army officers killed, 107 Islamists arrested ahead of planned anti-government demonstrations. Two senior Egyptian army officers were killed early on Friday morning as security...
2014/11/28 12:42
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A squadron of Russian warships has passed through the Channel, Russian media has reported. State-owned Ria Novosti said crews on the vessels from the Russian navy’s northern fleet were “holding...
2014/11/28 10:03
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... difference with the Egyptian Muslim Brothers resides in the fact that they maintained relations with individuals who supported the constitutional monarchy. We criticised those Muslim Brothers who...
2014/11/28 06:29
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King Mswati III, who rules Swaziland as sub-Saharan Africa's last absolute monarch, and the government he handpicks, refuse to publicly discuss military spending citing 'national security' issues as...
2014/11/28 02:37
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At the start of the year, the government contractor was my top share tip as I felt the Coalition would hand Babcock a swathe of outsourcing deals while rivals Serco and G4S recovered from their...
2014/11/27 23:09
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The journey to RAF taking delivery has a been a long and difficult one with plenty of turbulence along the way. In 2001 eight countries – Britain, Germany, France, Spain, Turkey, Belgium, Portugal...
2014/11/27 21:36
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Much has been written about the nuclear negotiations with Iran. While diplomacy has received a great deal of attention, one important question too often gets lost in the details: why Iran must not get...
2014/11/27 21:21
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On 26 October 1993, two gunmen posing as council workers opened fire at the Kennedy Way yard killing 28-year-old Mark Rodgers and 54-year-old James Cameron and injuring five others. The attack was...
2014/11/27 21:11
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Nearly 200 representatives of Britain’s arms industry, along with senior Ministry of Defence officials and foreign defence attachés, attended the unpublicised London Chamber of Commerce and Industry...
2014/11/27 15:10
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Defence Support Group (DSG) workers have gone on the offensive in their dispute over pay, calling another ten days of strikes. The action is set to begin on Monday 8 December and last until Friday...
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Abuja — THE next meeting of the Ministers of Defence, Chiefs of Defence Staff, Heads of Security and Intelligence Services of the Lake Chad Basin Commission Member Countries and Benin would be held in...
2014/11/27 13:58
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A coroner broke down in tears at the inquest of a special forces soldier who he said "died with a rifle in his hand doing a job that he loved and protecting freedom". Captain Richard Holloway, 29,...
2014/11/27 13:55
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The first contingent of Australian health workers will depart for West Africa on Friday to prepare to tackle Ebola in an Australian government-funded treatment centre. The first contingent of...
2014/11/27 13:47
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The Ministry of Defence (MoD) must publicly answer questions over its handling of disgraced Libyan cadet soldiers training in the UK, councillors have said. Earlier this month, 300 Libyan recruits...
2014/11/27 12:28
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The Red Arrows perform a flypast over HMS Queen Elizabeth in Rosyth Dockyard(Getty) US jets could use the Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier before British planes use it for full strike...
2014/11/27 09:59
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THE criminal justice system will take generations to repair if the Government continues to cut its funding, the retiring top judge at Oxford Crown Court has warned. Judge Gordon Risius said “almost...
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