An attack on the port city of Mariupol suggests Russia’s land grab in Ukraine is far from over.
The Yemeni capital is seeing some of the worst fighting years as Houthi rebels advance from the north.
Belgian soldiers are deployed to help guard government and Jewish sites in Antwerp and Brussels.
The end of American combat operations does not mean the end of combat in Afghanistan.
Fighting between factions in the east and west of Libya threatens the country’s economic lifeline.
Analysis of Syrian counterterrorism operations confirms the regime is avoiding fighting the Islamic State.
NATO expands its presence in Eastern Europe in response to “unprecedented” Russian military activity.
Lacking adequate anti-submarine capabilities of its own, Britain is forced to rely on allies.
Britain sets up a military base in Bahrain, its first permanent presence in the Middle East in forty years.
Britain, the Baltic and Nordic countries step up intelligence sharing and crossborder air force training.
NATO observes Russian military equipment moving into Ukraine, possibly to support an attack on Mariupol.
The president says sending additional troops signifies a shift from a defensive to an offensive strategy.