Published: Jun 30, 2022
Ukraine on Wednesday carried out its biggest exchange of prisoners of war since Russia invaded, securing the release of 144 of its soldiers, including 95 who defended Mariupol's steelworkers, Ukraine's military intelligence agency said.
Published: Apr 18, 2022
When Russian soldiers crossed into Sumy, a northern Ukrainian region, they expected to just roll through the streets for a smooth ride over to nearby Kyiv. Instead, the locals took up whatever arms they could get hold of, to drive out the invaders.
Published: Dec 28, 2021
Commander of Naresuan Force Major Gen Prasan Saengsirirak on Monday morning visited a temporary refugee camp in Mahawan subdistrict of Tak’s Mae Sot district to show moral support to soldiers of 14th Ranger Regiment who have been stationing at the Thai-Myanmar border to monitor the situation in Myanmar and provide assistance to Myanmar refugees.
Published: Oct 22, 2021
"Languishing in other jails from Kandahar to Kabul the situation was tolerable, but in Bagram prison, in one word, I can say that no human rights had been respected. The detainees were tortured and insulted. It was extremely miserable that some detainees had eaten razor to end their lives given the inhuman treatment of the American soldiers," said former detainee Abdul Qadir Hijran.
Published: Sep 12, 2021
According to authorities, the wounded men were promptly transferred to a health center, where they are recovering from their injuries, while the army "is coordinating the corresponding legal procedures with the relevant authorities."