The Royal Spanish Federation of Hunting said it has presented a criminal complaint for consideration to the Public Prosecutor’s Office on Monday, charging “animal terrorism” that led up Captain Melania’s apparent suicide.
Human rights groups have urged U.S. lawmakers to continue the ban on firearms sales to the Philippines, as well as to stop support for the Philippine National Police.
U.S.-backed Iraqi forces in Mosul this week showed off a captured fleet of almost two dozen up-armored Kias and commercial trucks formerly used by Islamic State units in the area.
Florida-based Century Arms announced the release of a Draco AK pistol design made completely in the U.S. as fewer models are being imported from overseas.
Very rarely seen outside Finland, Ian with Forgotten Weapons was able to lay hands on a KvKK 62 light machine gun while traveling around the Baltic country.
The trio of Humvees slipped out of their rigging and beat their parachutes to the ground, leaving a smashed mess below.
A day after North Korea launched its latest ballistic missile and bragged on its state-run TV about being a “full-fledged nuclear power,” the U.S. and South Korea conducted a joint missile drill of their own Wednesday.
As part of a weapons amnesty in Denmark, police recovered a vintage stockpile of munitions including submachine guns and grenades.
The International Shooting Sport Federation held the first world championship summer biathlon event last weekend, combining running and rifle target shooting.
Police chiefs in the United Kingdom will soon be considering whether or not to issue firearms to all frontline officers in England and Wales after a series of terror attacks have left the country searching for solutions.