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Current and former Taliban leaders say Russia really did pay bounties to kill American troops in Afghanistan
'People will do anything for money and Russia, Iran, Pakistan and other countries will hire them for operations.'
NATO officials say they were briefed on Russian bounties on US soldiers in Afghanistan — even though Trump claims he wasn’t
Three NATO officials say they had been briefed on intelligence that Russian operatives were secretly offering cash bounties to Taliban-linked militants for U.S. casualties in Afghanistan
Russia is trying to lure Trump into a dangerous prisoner swap over a Marine vet, intelligence officials say
Paul Whelan, the former U.S. Marine convicted on espionage charges in Moscow last week, will not pursue an appeal of his 16-year sentence and hopes instead to be returned to...
A major ISIS figure whom everyone thought was killed in Syria turned out to be living in a seaside town in Spain
"Who else is living here inside Schengen and able to move around freely without showing ID?"
Turkey is crushing Syria’s army after wiping out its heavy armor with superior tech
Turkish forces decimated the Syrian army in a series of drone, artillery and bomber attacks this weekend, leaving Syria's top ally Russia weighing how much it should intervene to stop...
A secret Russian assassination squad can reportedly ‘get to anyone’ in Europe. It’s also really sloppy about it
Two current European intelligence officials described the scoop by the New York Times about a unit of Russian military intelligence, commonly called the GRU, tasked with murdering Russia's enemies in...
Pulling US troops out of Syria could lead to thousands of ISIS fighters escaping from jail, Syrian official warns
"We are not threatening to release these criminals, but it's not realistic to ask us to both fight the Turks and house all of the west's ISIS members."
The Pentagon moved CENTCOM to South Carolina for a day because its forward HQ is a ‘sitting duck’ for Iranian attacks
Recent Iranian success at striking military and civilian infrastructure targets in the Persian Gulf region have led the American military to practice switching operational control of military operations from bases...