Security

Russia signals willingness to save INF treaty as it remains in 'material breach'

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Moscow was ready to work with Washington to save a crucial arms control treaty, but Russia continues to violate the deal.

Russia moving nuclear-capable missile system into Europe

The Kremlin's latest provocation involves the Iskander-M missile system, which is capable of launching a nuclear missile in violation of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.

Unproven claims overshadow Russia's bluster over two new weapons

Putin's claims that Russia's newest weapons are 'invulnerable' have been widely ridiculed by defence analysts and observers as far-fetched and politically motivated.

Russia 'fabricated' chemical weapons attack to undermine Syria truce

The United States has 'credible information' that Russian allegations of a chemical weapons attack by Syrian rebels last month are false.

Uzbekistan's largest ever military drills show off readiness, reforms

The five-day drills represented a comprehensive test of the army's combat readiness, according to officials.

Neutralising IEDs focus of OSCE course in Tajikistan

Twenty-one law enforcement and military personnel from Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan took part in the course organised by the OSCE Programme Office in Dushanbe.

Moscow faces last chance to save nuclear arms treaty, NATO allies warn

It is 'up to Russia' to fix its violations of the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty, the United States and NATO allies warned.

Kazakhstan remaining vigilant against threat of terrorism

Counter-terror exercises and ongoing investigations are among Kazakhstan's efforts against terrorism.

Kazakhstan establishes criminal liability for mid-air crime

Kazakhstan is joining the international community in criminalising airplane hijackings and other aviation related crimes.

Far fewer IS foreign fighters enter Iraq, Syria

The number of foreign fighters flowing into Iraq and Syria each month has declined to about 100 from a peak of about 1,500 three years ago.

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