Today's defence-related news includes RAF Typhoon intercepting Russian aircraft over international airspace and an RAF strike update. RAF intercepts Russian bombers The Times, The Guardian, The Daily Mirror, The Sun, Mailonline and other outlets report that RAF Quick Reaction Alert (QRA) Typhoon aircraft scrambled from …
Today’s Defence news includes coverage of air strikes in Syria and coverage of Iraq Historic Allegations Team (IHAT).
This morning’s papers report on the nuclear deterrent and Royal Air Force air strikes against Daesh.
In broadcast news, the UN Security Council says it will begin work immediately on measures against North Korea, after Pyongyang said it had tested a hydrogen bomb.
Broadcast news today continues to be dominated by Friday night’s terrorist attacks in Paris as more details emerge. Outlets report that as ISIL claim responsibility for the attacks, the French Prime Minister has confirmed that French air strikes over Syria …
Of note for UK Defence news this morning, the Daily Mail splashes on the ‘Marine A’ case as a new campaign is launched to get the authorities to reconsider the sentence of Sgt Alexander Blackman
On the 200th anniversary of Waterloo the media reports widely about last night's Salisbury Plain traffic collision, and there's coverage of the Defence Secretary's visit to the Baltic region.
The three sisters and nine children who are believed to be in Syria looking to join ISIL feature in all of the papers today alongside stories about Thomas Evans, killed while fighting for al-Shabaab in Kenya
There’s widespread reporting about Britain’s youngest suicide bomber in Iraq today, as well as coverage of a US strike on a notorious terrorist in Libya.
This morning’s headlines are dominated by the Queen’s speech which is due to take place later today. There is also breaking news that FIFA officials have been arrested on corruption allegations.