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​‘British, US defense interests put above Mauritius rights’ in Chagos Is. – UN
Britain acted illegally when it imposed territorial controls on the Chagos Islands without the consent of Mauritius, a UN judgment claims. The ruling may hinder US operations in Diego Garcia, where it holds an airbase on lease from the British.

20.03.2015 09:30

Uncensored CIA torture report demanded by lawyers in Iraq war abuse case
Lawyers for two men, who claim they were tortured after capture by UK forces, are demanding access to an uncensored version of the CIA torture report from the Ministry of Defence (MoD) team charged with investigating abuses.

19.03.2015 15:00

​'Palestinians couldn’t stand him': Tony Blair may quit as MidEast peace envoy
As rumors of him stepping down as Middle East peace envoy build, insiders claim Tony Blair has “no credibility” and is considered a “standing joke” at whom all sides “just rolled their eyes.”

16.03.2015 09:26

​Geeks board warship to stop cyber-terrorists blowing up Boris Johnson
Hackers are fighting to prevent a doomsday scenario aboard a decommissioned warship on the River Thames, under the watchful gaze of arms companies and spy agencies.

13.03.2015 11:11

​‘Hubris, cowardice, delusion’: MP blasts generals & politicians in defense debate
The record of Britain’s political and military leadership is lamentable, with “delusion” and “cowardice” continuing to color debate on defense and the military, a firebrand MP told a Commons debate.

12.03.2015 15:26

Mohammed gay sex cartoon allegedly tweeted to cleric by Rangers football rep
A newly-appointed director at Glasgow’s Rangers Football Club is suspected of sending a sexually-explicit image of the Prophet Mohammed to a radical Islamic preacher in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo massacre.

12.03.2015 11:57

​Camouflage ceiling? Women’s role in military reviewed
A major academic event on the potential of women to reach higher levels of command in the British military is being held at a top UK defence think-tank on Tuesday.

10.03.2015 14:56

Spy Mums: Recruit maternal Mata Hari's on Mumsnet, says security committee
Britain's intelligence agencies are missing out on an untapped recruitment pool and should employ more middle-aged women and mums, according to the UK's Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC).

05.03.2015 15:29

Cannon fodder? Military chiefs oppose US control as ex-Army MP threatens to quit
As plans are formulated to put UK troops under American command, a former army colonel-turned-Tory MP has said he may quit over defense budget cuts, while urging military chiefs to do the same.

05.03.2015 09:25