The judge wrote that administrators could not be held legally responsible because the veterans in the case had been exposed before two units at the home were merged. From: New York Times
Five soldiers serving with the African Union are found guilty of killing seven civilians in Golweyn. from: BBC News
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Thousands of troops who were supposed to fight the Taliban did not exist, a former minister says. from: BBC News
The army has called on ex-personnel to join it as rebel forces advance on the capital. from: BBC News
Protesters against the military coup took to the streets by the thousands and barricaded roads, and soldiers reportedly shot demonstrators outside army headquarters. From: New York Times
The former soldiers are accused of trying to form a mercenary force to fight in Yemen’s civil war. from: BBC News
from: BBC News While some allegations against British troops are credible, others are not, defence secretary says.
The men fired dozens of rounds into Evaldo dos Santos Rosa’s car, killing him and a bystander. from: BBC News
The country has never been known for its subtlety, and martial-art stunts have long been a mainstay of its propaganda, designed to stoke national pride and instill fear in enemies. From: New York Times
The display of force was put on for leader Kim Jong-un at a defence exhibition. from: BBC News
The army in Indian-administered Kashmir says five personnel were killed by suspected militants. from: BBC News
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Saturday.
from: BBC News More than 100 armed forces personnel will begin non-emergency driving work from Sunday.
from: BBC News The army are to provide 88 drivers and 15 support staff to help ease pressure on the Scottish Ambulance Service.
With France’s killing of Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahraoui, experts say the Islamic State in the Greater Sahara has suffered a big loss, but caution against declaring victory. From: New York Times
Some 300 Indian soldiers were evacuated from the coast of France during a pivotal moment in World War Two. from: BBC News
American military officials have denounced the ouster of a president in West Africa, and said they had no warning of what their students were planning. From: New York Times
More than 150 fighters have taken over the residence of a notorious Afghan warlord. Many are adjusting to a new lifestyle while awaiting orders from the new government. From: New York Times
Ministers who served ousted President Alpha Condé are ordered to present themselves on Monday. from: BBC News