06 Sep 2022

North Korea supplying Russia with weapons, say US reports

Due to sanctions that limit Moscow’s ability to supply its military, Russia has been forced to buy military hardware from North Korea. The New York Times obtained declassified intelligence that shows that Russia has bought millions of artillery shells and rockets from North Korea. US officials expect that Russia will

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21 Jul 2022

Ukraine Faces Shortfall in Weapons as It Gears Up for First Major Counteroffensive

The Ukrainian military is gearing up for a new offensive along the southern front, looking to reclaim regions near the Black Sea coast. This area is critical to the country’s security and economy. However, the country is facing a weapons shortage that is impacting its ability to fight off Russian

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09 Jun 2022

Man Arrested for Sharing Info on 3D-Printed Weapons

European and US law enforcement teams have reportedly joined forces to arrest an individual based on suspicions of spreading hate speech and information about how to construct 3D weapons at home. The man, who has not been named, is reportedly a member of the far-right extremist movement known as Siege.

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01 Jun 2022

US to send longer-range rockets in latest aid package to Ukraine

US President Biden announced that the US will be sending more advanced rocket systems to Ukraine following repeated requests. The long-range rockets allow Ukraine to strike enemy forces from larger distances. The US had previously refused to send these additional weapons to Ukraine due to fears that the weapons would

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26 Apr 2022

After hesitancy, Germany greenlights some heavy arms for Ukraine

Defense leaders for over 40 countries met at the U.S. Ramstein Air Base in Germany on Tuesday to coordinate efforts of military aid for Ukraine. At this meeting, Germany contradicted previous statements made by its government.  Originally, Berlin said it couldn’t send its Marder infantry vehicles to Ukraine, then they

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07 Apr 2022

Nato: Ukraine asks for ‘weapons, weapons, weapons’

Ukraine has asked its Western allies for more weapons to defend itself against Russia. Foreign Minister dmytro Kuleba said atrocities against civilians could happen more if Ukraine does not receive more military aid. Nato foreign ministers are meeting today to discuss the increase in aid to Ukraine.  Russia warned against

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21 Oct 2021

South Korea Launches First Homegrown Rocket and Satellite Into Space

Today, South Korea launched its first homegrown rocket into space, representing a huge step for the country in space technology. Very few countries have been able to do the same, including the US, China, and Russia. The development will likely be instrumental in expanding Seoul’s military satellite surveillance of North

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08 Oct 2021

Ethiopia used its flagship commercial airline to transport weapons during war in Tigray

According to a CNN investigation, Ethiopia’s government has used the country’s commercial airline to shuttle weapons in and out of Eritrea during the civil war in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. Arms were transported between Addis Ababa’s international airport and the airports in the Eritrean cities of Asmara and MAssawa.

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15 Sep 2021

Both North and South Korea fire ballistic missiles as tensions rise on peninsula

On Wednesday, both North and South Korea tested ballistic missiles as tensions rise between the neighboring countries. Pyongyang fired the first missiles, sending two into waters off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula. The missiles were fired just minutes apart around 12:30 p.m. local time. Seoul followed the launch

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29 Mar 2021

State AGs Seek Crackdown On 3D-Printed ‘Ghost Guns’

The debate over 3D printed “ghost guns” has intensified over the past several years as the technology becomes more accessible and the printing of 3D guns is more frequent. The technology has improved dramatically, and more firms are distributing 3D printers, resulting in an increase of individuals having them in

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