Find a Security Clearance Job!

Military


01 July 2019 Military News

Operations
Defense Policy / Programs
Defense Industry
Other Conflicts
News Reports

Current Operations

  • Update: air strikes against Daesh UK MOD 01 Jul 2019 -- The RAF are continuing to take the fight to Daesh in Syria.
  • UN Children's Fund chief condemns 'horrific' Kabul bomb attack UN News 01 Jul 2019 -- Scores of children were among the casualties following a bomb attack on a Government building in the Afghan capital of Kabul today, that hit nearby schools. The bombing was described by Henrietta Fore, Executive Director of the UN Children's Fund, UNICEF, as "horrific."
  • Deadly Bomb, Gun Attack Rocks Afghan Capital VOA 01 Jul 2019 -- A group of five heavily armed men Monday carried out a powerful vehicle bomb-and-gun attack in the Afghan capital of Kabul, killing at least one person and wounding dozens of others. Officials said the ensuing clashes lasted about nine hours before Afghan security forces killed all the assailants.
  • At Least 68 Injured in Car Bomb Explosion in Kabul Sputnik 01 Jul 2019 -- The number of people injured in a strong explosion that took place in the Afghan capital of Kabul on Monday morning has reached 68, Health Ministry spokesman Wahidullah Mayar stated. Later in the day, the Taliban movement has claimed responsibility for the attack.
  • Six Killed, More Than 115 Hurt As Powerful Blast Rocks Kabul RFE/RL 01 Jul 2019 -- Four civilians and two members of the Afghan security forces have been killed and more than 115 wounded after a powerful car bomb rocked the Afghan capital, followed by a battle between gunmen and security forces, officials say.
  • Scores injured after powerful blast, clashes rock Kabul Press TV 01 Jul 2019 -- Scores of people have been wounded with fatalities feared after a bomb-laden truck rocked Kabul, followed by gunmen battling special forces in an area housing military and government buildings.
  • Pakistan: Key Afghan Border Crossing to Remain Open 24 Hours For Trade VOA 01 Jul 2019 -- Pakistan announced Monday that its main Torkham border crossing with Afghanistan will remain open round the clock from next month to facilitate bilateral and transit trade activities.

Defense Policy / Programs

Defense Industry

Other Conflicts

News Reports



NEWSLETTER
Join the GlobalSecurity.org mailing list