You have searched for "Barracks"
Showing 1-10 of 2731
JOHOR BARU: The Johor Elephant Sanctuary (JES) in Kota Tinggi is expected to open its gates to the public in 2025.
EISENHUETTENSTADT, Germany (Reuters) - Zhina ran in the dead of night through a forest near the Belarusian-Polish border. Crucifix clenched in her pocket, she slipped with her mother and younger sister through a hole cut in the wire fence by men she believed were Belarusian police.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A Turkish court on Friday opened the re-trial of philanthropist Osman Kavala and 50 other defendants over nationwide protests in 2013, in a case which has been a source of growing concern among Turkey's Western allies.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Three members of the Vatican Swiss Guards, the elite colourfully dressed corps that protects the pope, have decided to resign rather than be vaccinated against COVID-19, Swiss newspaper Tribune de Geneva reported.
US-based Malaysian writer/academic Azly Rahman gets into his hippie jeans, returns to his kampung roots in this anecdotal memoir
CAIRO (Reuters) - The date for the handover of the leadership of Sudan's highest authority, the Transitional Sovereign Council, from the military to civilians is still unclear and requires discussion and a new legal decree, said a civilian member on Friday.
Seoul: A hit Netflix series exploring the culture of abuse among South Korea’s enlisted soldiers is fuelling calls for the military to get tougher on rights violations, just as a military task force in charge of reform is set to wrap up its work.
SEOUL (Reuters): A hit Netflix series is reigniting a debate in South Korea over the country's massive military, its history of abuse scandals, and the mandatory conscription that fills its ranks with young men.
VIENNA (Reuters) - The new barracks of the Vatican Swiss Guard, the elite and colourfully dressed corps that protects the pope, will be designed to accommodate female guards even though they are not yet allowed, a Swiss newspaper reported on Sunday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - A sprawling U.S. air base in a remote part of Germany has become a temporary home for Afghan children separated from their parents during the chaotic evacuation from Kabul airport, and officials are scrambling to reunite them with their families.