Myanmar army helicopters fire on school, killing six, media and residents say
Some children were killed on the spot by the shooting, while others died after troops entered the village, the reports say.
Mexico to extend army's street presence until 2029 to tackle rampant violence
The move follows outbreaks of cartel violence across the country, with at least 20 convenience stores set alight in a night of unrest in the central states of Guanajuato and Jalisco last month.
UK probes hacking of army’s Twitter, YouTube accounts
It says it would be inappropriate to comment further as long as the investigation is ongoing.
Protests break out in India over new military recruitment system
Protests broke out in about a dozen locations, with roads and railway tracks obstructed.
Nepal army finds wreckage of missing plane
The flight took off from the western town of Pokhara for Jomsom at 9.55am, but air traffic control lost contact after 15 minutes, according to the airline.
Israel army finds ‘no suspicion’ of crime in journalist shooting
In line with army procedures, Military Advocate Yifat Tomer-Yerushalmi decides on next steps in the military probe based on the initial findings, known as a commander's inquiry.
Russia to introduce jail terms for spreading ‘fake’ information about army
Russian officials repeatedly say that false information has been spread by Russia's enemies such as the US and its allies in an attempt to sow discord and divide its people.
Army of cyber hackers rise up to back Ukraine
The group, which can be accessed via the encrypted messaging service Telegram, has a list of potential targets in Russia, companies and institutions, for the hackers to target.
US army begins discharging soldiers who refuse Covid jabs
The army's order applies to regular army soldiers, active-duty army reservists and cadets unless they have approved or pending exemptions.
Army vows no compromise on bullying
Army chief Zamrose Mohd Zain says stern action will be taken including immediate termination from the services.
Bully case in army gets minister’s attention
Defence Minister Hishammuddin Hussein urges the individual who made the claims to come forward with more information to facilitate an investigation.
British army to start driving tankers as queues for fuel continue
A shortage of around 100,000 drivers has sown chaos through supply chains and raised the spectre of empty shelves and price increases at Christmas.