Chancellor Angela Merkel’s insistence that Greece tackle corruption to beat the Euro crisis took an embarrassing turn on Sunday with allegations that German arms manufacturers bribed a top Athens defence official to buy their tanks and submarines for the Greek armed forces.
Latest disclosures also highlight key role in national security played by the small Cornish holiday resort town of Bude
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s ruling conservatives were on course to form a grand coalition government.
Thousands of guests were not searched as they entered the stadium
Sergeant shot prisoner as fellow soldier filmed killing on helmet camera
Campaigners and religious groups are increasing pressure on the Ministry of Defence to raise the recruitment age from 16 to 18
Almost 1,500 files were discovered in an abandoned military wing
Tsochatzopoulos' conviction is the latest in a series of corruption cases involving prominent public figures
Rights groups claim payouts are pitifully low and do not give families sufficient help
Britain’s controversial deployment of US-built Reaper drones in Afghanistan will come under scrutiny in court this week in a closed hearing that will see a UK-based drone operator give evidence for the first time.
'It was extremely hot, we were extremely busy, too busy, and we didn't have enough resources' says Lt Colonel Stuart Cattermull
New lines of inquiry linked to the death of a hotel receptionist who was interrogated and abused by British soldiers a decade ago are to be investigated by a specialist team.
The Ministry of Defence is to sell one of its historic Whitehall buildings as part of a money-saving drive.
Eighteen sailors are trapped after an explosion in Mumbai naval yard
Out of America: The CIA whistleblower struck a blow for us all, but his 1970s predecessor showed how to win
The Ministry of Defence is being sued for negligence in a landmark case by the family of a military policeman who was killed in one of the most notorious episodes of the Iraq war.