War

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WAR heroes will be forced to stand outside in the cold on Remembrance Sunday under second lockdown rules. A new draft law makes it illegal for veterans to pay their respects inside a Church – as...

WAR hero Martyn Compton has urged The Sun’s army of big-hearted readers to back the Poppy Appeal, insisting the annual push is more important this year than ever. His call comes amid fears of a drop...

LOSING interest could be an early warning sign of Alzheimer's disease, experts warn. New research shows that older people with severe apathy are nearly twice as likely to developing dementia than...

How war crimes accusations against soldiers on overseas tours are investigated will be reviewed by judge The Ministry of Defence (MoD) said probe will ensure guidance is ‘fit for future’ Is...

War over Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination begins as Democrats go all in on attacking her over Obamacare and Republicans call her ‘a new Scalia’ – as pro-abortion protesters mass outside...

A WAR journalist who claimed the BBC bullied her into a dangerous assignment has won a £40,000 payout. Natalie Morton, 44, was with Beeb chief war correspondent Lyse Doucet in Syria in April 2014 when...

IRAN has unveiled its latest naval ballistic missile which doubles its military strike range and is capable of destroying US bases in the Gulf. State-backed Press TV published a video yesterday showing...

A KOREAN War hero is “scared and confused” after a homeless druggie he kindly let into his home for a cup of tea pinched his £500 pension. Distraught John Kelly, 87, of Chelmsford, said he had been...

The names Bond, the REAL James Bond: Researchers find Cold War spy who shared his name with the fictional secret agent based in the British Embassy in Warsaw in the 1960s James Albert Bond, from Devon,...

Dutch euthanasia supporter warns UK of to be wary of ‘slippery slope to random killing of defenceless people’ A champion of the Dutch euthanasia system has admitted that British critics are...

A MAN has arrested in London today on suspicion of war crimes in Africa. The force's specialist War Crimes Team arrested the 45-year-old man at his home in south east London at 7.20am this morning. He...

Minsk: The Belarusian leadership has begun releasing thousands of detainees and issued a rare public apology in a bid to quell nationwide street protests that pose the biggest challenge to strongman President...

‘Do the right thing!’ Ex-Afghan war generals urge ministers to give translators sanctuary in Britain General Lord Dannatt said it was ‘disgraceful’ plight had dragged on for so...

THERE are growing fears military clashes along the India-China border could spark a nuclear World War 3. A fire fight on Monday night left multiple Indian troops dead and has pushed tensions between the...

LONDON — Dame Vera Lynn, the endearingly popular “Forces’ Sweetheart” who serenaded British troops abroad during World War II, has died at 103. During the war and long after, Lynn got crowds singing,...