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Russian Military Plane Crashes Near Ukraine Border

A Russian military plane with 74 people on board crashed in the Belgorod region of Russia, near the border with Ukraine, on Wednesday. The region's governor said all those on board were killed. The cause of the crash is unclear,...

Record Migration Expected in 2024, ICMPD Report Says

The International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) has released a new report which forecasts record levels of displacement resulting from war and conflict in 2024. The migration think tank states in its report, released today on Wednesday, January 17th,...

Byzantine-Arab Frontier: The Longest-Running Christian-Muslim Clash

For centuries the Byzantine (Eastern Roman) Empire stood as Christendom's bulwark against the invasions of the Muslims, first of the Arabs and then of the Turks. Nowhere was this clash between the Muslim and Christian worlds more constantly apparent...

Israel to Challenge South Africa’s Genocide Claims at International Court of Justice

Israel will be presenting its case before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against South Africa's genocide accusations amid the war with Hamas in Gaza. Israeli spokesman, Eylon Levy, said that "the state of Israel will appear before the International...

War May Not Be an Essential Part of Human Nature, Anthropologist Says

Whether or not war is part of human nature has been debated throughout history. Of course, there is ample evidence of killings in archaeology, but individual homicide is not actual, full-blown war, in which organized peoples take up arms...

The Deadliest Weapons Used in Ancient Greek Wars

The ancient Greeks used a variety of weapons on the battlefield, each suited to a different purpose. Some were adopted as primary weapons, whereas others were carried into engagements as a backup. Ancient Greek weapons used in the melee (close-combat...

Vassilios Tsavaliaris, the First Victim of the Greco-Italian War

It was a few minutes after 5:00 AM on October 28, 1940. The Italian military forces were ordered to launch their first attack in the Greco-Italian War at the Greek-Albanian border in the Pindos Mountains. Vassilios Tsiavaliaris, a 28-year-old Greek...

Humanitarian Aid Convoy Starts Entering Gaza From Egypt

Humanitarian aid convoys have started entering Gaza from Egypt through the Rafah border, crossing more than two weeks after the war broke out. Egyptian state television showed a number of trucks entering the gate earlier today (Saturday, October 21). The carrier...

Iran Warns Israel of Escalation if Attacks in Gaza Continue

Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian said that if Israel decides to invade Gaza, the Hamas resistance leaders will turn it into a graveyard for Israeli soldiers. The Iranian official made the statement after meeting on Sunday the Emir of Qatar...

Israel ‘Will Crush and Destroy’ Hamas, Netanyahu Says

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu convened today, for the first time, a meeting of the expanded emergency cabinet. He emphasized that the national unity displayed by the Israelis in the last week sends a message, inside and outside the...