BBC Panorama reveals footage suggesting a fighter jet dropped an incendiary device on school children, killing at least 10
Pacific nations fear new $1.2bn destroyer could be part of efforts to boost country's military profile
Human Rights Watch say crudely aimed attacks on civilian areas have killed more than 4,000 people since July
Foreign Office urges media not to speculate as it investigates claims by Ansaru terrorist group
Rebels in eastern Syria said they downed a government fighter jet today, but state television said the plane crashed due to technical difficulties.
When a judge ruled that residents of Fred Wigg Tower in east London would have to put up and shut up over the siting of a missile battery on their roof, justifications included the resonant, almost archaic, "defence of the realm". You can argue until kingdom come whether the Olympics should present a security threat of that order – ministers keep reiterating that they are about sport not security – but after the Black September attack in Munich 40 years ago, and the temptation for the aggrieved to seek spectaculars to rival 9/11, it does not seem unreasonable for any government to treat the Games as a potential target. It would rather be remiss if it did not.
Crowds in Tahrir Square rejoice after Mohamed Morsi is finally declared victor after a week of uncertainty. Alastair Beach reports from Cairo
Calls for boycott of poll following court decision to dissolve parliament, seen as 'coup by law'
Twenty "lost" Spitfires that were buried in Burma during the Second World War could return to the skies, it has been revealed.
Emergency workers were searching for the occupants of six homes last night after a US Navy jet crashed into a group of apartment buildings.
A US navy jet crashed in Virginia today with the two pilots aboard believed to have ejected before the impact, according to reports.
The pressure on BAE Systems was highlighted today after the defence giant reported a 14 per cent fall in sales as military spending in the US and UK is cut.
The latest batch of UFO files released today contain sightings of mysterious lights over the Glastonbury Festival, a "flying saucer" outside Retford town hall and the bizarre story of "Mork and Mindy's" visit to East Dulwich.
Report on Allende's death was part of inquiry into hundreds of murders committed by Pinochet regime in Chile
Pilots of the RAF's most advanced fighter jets are being grounded because shortages of aircraft spares mean they cannot put in enough flying hours to keep their skills up to date, MPs warned today.
Billions of pounds have been added to the bill for Typhoon fighter jets due to bad planning and "over-optimism" at the Ministry of Defence, a spending watchdog said today.