Soldier on training exercise was allegedly found in girl's bedroom by her father
Women may soon be fighting on the front line – but is that good for them or the defence of the realm?
Blindfolds and threats were used, says Al-Sweady inquiry, but allegations of murder and torture were 'deliberate lies'
'Hugely embarrassing' request for help made to US and France because of cuts to the defence budget
Cuts will be so severe that Nato could classify our reduced forces not as an army, but a gendarmerie
As more countries agree to allow women to serve in combat roles, the issue remains divisive in the UK
The big tech companies must work with governments to stop terrorists, says head of UK spy agency
'If you do not respond immediately to my orders you will be shot down', an RAF pilot said
Veterans argue signing up offers young people a better life, but campaigners say it's unethical and exploitative
PM makes surprise visits to Cyprus and Kabul, where he met new Afghan president Ashraf Ghani
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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