North Korea fires ballistic missiles off east coast
Both missiles appear to have landed outside Japan's exclusive economic zone.
Putin denies military alliance between Russia, China
He says 'everything is transparent' in their military-technical interaction.
At least 22 killed in suspected massacre at Myanmar monastery
A spokesman for Myanmar's junta says its troops had been involved in clashes with rebel fighters in the Pinlaung region of southern Shan state but had not harmed any civilians.
North Korean leader Kim calls for intensified drills for 'real war'
The US Indo-Pacific Command says the latest launch posed no threat to the US or its allies but Pyongyang's weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile programs have a destabilising effect on the region.
Taiwan warns of China military's 'sudden entry' close to island
China has stepped up its military activities around Taiwan in recent years, including almost daily Air Force incursions into the island's air defence identification zone.
US Senate moves toward ending 'forever war' authorisations
This legislation would repeal two authorisations for past wars in Iraq.
Enough money for submarines but not for army quarters, Shafie tells govt
Semporna MP Shafie Apdal says no measures have been taken to improve the welfare of military personnel throughout the country.
Taiwan 'to bolster' military ties with US
The five-day US congressional visit comes after a top US defence official reportedly made a rare stopover to the self-ruled island while Washington-Beijing tensions flared over alleged Chinese spy balloons.
US, UK and Australia carry out China-focused air drills
At the heart of the drills was addressing the vast distances that the US, Britain and Australia would contend with when operating across the Pacific, and improving inter-operability of the three countries' air forces.
North Korea shows off largest-ever number of nuclear missiles at nighttime parade
The ICBMs showed North Korea's 'greatest' nuclear strike capability, local reports say, adding that the parade also featured tactical nuclear units.
Philippines' Marcos visits Japan seeking closer security ties
He and Prime Minister Fumio Kishida are expected to deepen cooperation in disaster relief, a possible precursor to establishing a broader legal framework that would allow Japanese forces to deploy to the Philippines more easily.
Pentagon tracking Chinese spy balloon over US
China has sent surveillance balloons over the US in the past, although this one appears to have lingered in US airspace much longer.