Australian troops and personnel will stay in Iraq to continue their mission, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday, as tensions eased following an Iranian attack on US forces there.
The Taliban dug a tunnel into the base in volatile Sangin district and then blew it up before their fighters could attack the compound, Nawab Zadran a spokesman for 215 Maiwand Army Corps in southern Afghanistan told the media.
Refugees in Turkey headed towards European frontiers on Friday after an official declared that borders had been thrown open, a response to the escalating war in Syria where 33 Turkish soldiers were killed by Russian-backed Syrian government troops.
The Bangladesh Border Guard (BGB) said it had fired in self-defence after Indian border guards intruded into Bangladesh to try to take away the detained Indian fisherman.
Indonesia’s Papua was hit by fresh unrest on Wednesday as more than 1,000 security personnel were sent to the restive region after violent protests that saw buildings torched and street battles
UAE President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan said that martyrdom is the highest degree of devotion and dedication to the homeland, and only great nations are built through sacrifice and sincere belonging.
A defence ministry official speaking to the media on condition of anonymity confirmed the army toll while the provincial police spokesman Hejratullah Akbari confirmed the police fatalities.
Several soldiers were injured and some others taken captive by the militants, the two officers said. A spokesman for the Nigerian army told the media that he was unable to comment on the reported attack.
A government official says six Indian paramilitary soldiers have died after firing at each other in a camp in central India. State administrator Dinesh Kumar Nag says the incident occurred on Wednesday