BAE Systems boss Ian King today defended the Eurofighter Typhoon after talks with the United Arab Emirates over a £6 billion order collapsed last month.
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The suicide bomb comes after a blast killed 20 troops on Sunday
Blast is latest setback in Pakistan's fight against insurgency in north-west
Army intelligence officer hid in a Philippines jungle until 1974
A vigilante militia is marching on the stronghold of The Knights Templar cartel in Michoacan, and attacking the police they accuse of protecting the gang. Can they rescue the failing state?
The Former US secretary said a reduction in personnel would damage the UK's ability to be a partner with America
Previously secret documents indicate Margaret Thatcher knew about possible SAS involvement in 1984 Indian army raid
The Army is launching a new recruitment campaign to expand its reserves section, despite recent cuts to the number of troops.
US forces in Afghanistan have accidentally shot a four year old boy dead in bad weather, Afghan officials have said, in the latest incident to strain ties between the uneasy allies.
Once, the Lord’s Resistance Army preyed on elephants for food in the bush, but now it is ‘white gold’ they seek
The trial of Egypt's former Islamist president on charges of inciting murder was adjourned on Wednesday until next month, after bad weather prevented a helicopter flight from bringing Mohammed Morsi to court.
He was due to face allegations of high treason when the incident occured
Negotiators meet in Ethiopia as UN calls for end to fighting during which more than 1,000 people have been killed
15 people were also wounded in the two separate explosions
Pro-Morsi supporters convicted on charges ranging from rioting to sabotage