An extradition hearing is expected in Spain this week for one of two pilots arrested recently on charges they participated in “death flights” in which more than 1,000 prisoners were thrown out of planes during Argentina’s “dirty war” in the 1970s and 1980s, officials said. Former Navy Lt
A U.S. sailor sought for information about a taxi driver’s killing near a Navy base has been taken into custody and charged with desertion, according to the U.S.
“If Japan recklessly ‘intercepts’ [North Korea’s] satellite for peaceful purposes, the [Korean People’s Army] will mercilessly deal deadly blows not only at the already deployed intercepting means but at major targets,” KCNA reported. Japan recently mobilized its missile defense system in response to the planned North Korean launch, Japanese officials said.
An Indonesian navy plane crash-landed Monday in eastern Borneo, killing four crew members and injuring five others, a navy spokesman said. “I am allergic to alcohol,” said the posting for Tila Nguyen, 27, who goes by Tila Tequila
The Mexican navy smelled something fishy and their intuition paid off.
South Korean and American warships stopped a suspected pirate attack on an Egyptian ship in the Gulf of Aden, capturing 17 suspected pirates, the U.S. Navy announced Thursday.
Pirates off the eastern coast of Somalia picked the wrong target this week when they tried to attack a U.S. Navy ship, the Navy said Thursday.
There is a beach in Coronado, California, just across the bridge from San Diego.
U.S. naval forces hunting pirates off Somalia detained six people this week who appeared to be pursuing a commercial shipping vessel, but soon released them because of a lack of evidence. The Navy said on Saturday the six matched the description of suspected pirates aboard a skiff in the area
The U.S. Navy could hand over seven suspected pirates held aboard a U.S. ship to Kenyan authorities for prosecution as early as this week, according to U.S.