Damien Irish was left with PTSD, anxiety and depression after 12 years with Defence. He says it took his wife kicking him out of the house to force him to confront his "spiralling" mental health issues.
Iran's Foreign Minister blames the attack by gunmen on a military parade in the country's oil-rich south west that killed 24 people and injured 53, including innocent bystanders, on regional countries as their "US masters".
There are hopes that a feared mass slaughter in the Syrian province of Idlib could be averted, after a de-escalation plan was agreed to between the Assad regime's ally Russia and Turkey. One senior US Army War college expert says it's probably just a temp...
<strong>21 September 1945</strong>: Witness describes having to eat grass after five foodless days, and seeing friend, still alive, thrown on to a heap of corpsesLuneburg, September 20This has been a terrible day at the Belsen trial. First this morning al...
Australian troops could soon begin regular military rotations to Papua New Guinea as anxiety over China's growing influence in the Pacific region continues to rise.
Drones will monitor crowds at major sporting and music events to detect abnormal behaviour under Victoria Police's new anti-terror strategy, but authorities deny it's a step towards a "surveillance state".
Judge advocate general finds no evidence of neglect after court martial hears of ‘systemic failings’A court martial has cleared two special forces officers who were managing an SAS test march in which three candidates died due to the heat.It had been clai...
Russia said the aircraft went missing as Israeli and French forces were mounting aerial attacks on targets in Syria, but a US official said Washington believed it had been hit by Syrian anti-aircraft fire.
Mamman Nur, who led one of the group’s three factions, died on 21 August, according to sourcesOne of the most senior leaders of the violent Nigerian extremist group Boko Haram has reportedly been killed by his own men.Mamman Nur, who is thought to have le...
Thu, Sep 13: Canadian military researchers are testing equipment during a two-week long exercise in Montreal. Global’s Phil Carpenter reports.
Extra police are deployed to the remote communities of Millingimbi and Groote Eylandt, after officers came under attack — in one case, due to community "angst" over drug detection dogs.
Labor says the Government should use its membership of the UN Human Rights Council to increase pressure on China over the reported mass detention of Uighur Muslims, as US Republicans call on the Trump administration to broaden sanctions over the issue.