A cyber attack could trigger NATO's Article 5 mutual defense clause if it causes mass casualties or takes down critical infrastructure, experts told Grasswire
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Jennifer Cobbe, a Queen’s University Belfast PhD student who has taught constitutional law, argues the vote on the Queen's Speech could be crucial for May
Rather than debate what happens if the Queen's Speech doesn't pass, it's easier to think about whether it will pass or not.
Younger children are increasingly seen taking active roles in the Iraq and Syria wars as the use of child soldiers increases
Polls opened at 8 a.m. in Iran as voters choose whether to give incumbent president Hassan Rouhani a second term or elect his challenger, Ebrahim Raisi.
The German military may strengthen vetting of recruits after the discovery of a far-right plot by army officers to frame Syrian refugees for an attack.
Afghanistan set a number of records last year. Unfortunately, they had nothing to do with peace. The latest Special Inspector General for Afghanistan...
Grasswire spoke to three experts about the consequences of the constitutional referendum, the campaign and the future of Turkey's place in the EU and NATO.
A video depicting the murder of a 74-year old man in Cleveland was uploaded to Facebook on Sunday, raising questions about the company's policies.
Egypt's Cabinet on Monday approved President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's three-month state of emergency following two deadly bombings at Coptic churches on Sunday.