Bahrain has denied any plans to purchase the Israeli-manufactured air defence system from Israel. “Bahrain has no intention of buying the ‘Iron Dome’ and David’s Sling weapon system for air and missile defence,” s
Iran is trying to stockpile enough firepower to ‘overwhelm’ the Gulf at any time, it has been revealed. Tehran is waging a campaign of ‘state-sponsored terrorism’ aimed at destabilising the region and fuelling unrest, s
A broadening wave of cyber attacks is drumming up new clients for defence companies as anxiety about the loss of sensitive data spreads from military chiefs to company bosses.
Banks, utilities and media groups
Explosives seized by Bahraini authorities when they intercepted a boat coming from Iran were enough to ‘obliterate Manama from existence’, it has emerged. The shocking revelation was made by Foreign Minister Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed
Kuwait has charged 26 people with possessing weapons and having contacts with Iran and the Lebanese Hezbollah group in order to plot attacks against the Gulf state.
The case relates to the seizure of an arms cache in Kuwait last month w
A huge arms cache seized in Kuwait last week was smuggled into the country from Iran, two Kuwaiti newspapers reported on Sunday.
The Interior Ministry said on Thursday authorities had found ammunition, explosives, weapons and gren
Kuwait authorities seized a huge arms cache smuggled from Iraq and hidden beneath houses near the border, arresting three suspected members of a militant cell that was plotting to destabilise the country, local media said.
Saudi Arabia has taken a ‘strategic decision’ to acquire nuclear weapons from Pakistan, senior US officials told the Sunday Times.
Sunni Arab states are increasingly concerned over a deal with Iran backed by U
Bahrain has affirmed that the sole guarantor to avoid the danger of nuclear weapons and prevent their use anew is the total and final elimination of such weapons.
Speaking on behalf of the Arab bloc at the 2015 Review Conference o
Saudi Arabia's military spending grew 17 per cent in 2014 to $80.8 billion, data from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) showed on Monday, the biggest annual hike by any of the world's top 15 military spenders.