Up to 2,000 members of the Libyan Armed Forces are to be trained by British military at the army site in Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire.
The British government says it's an effort to professionalise Libya's military. They will be coached in basic infantry skills and leadership.
Foreign Secretary William Hague says they will be trained in small groups over a 10-week course and will be vetted in advance for medical, physical and behavioural suitability.
The Libyan Government will pay the costs of the training.
A secret underground military base which has now been decommissioned has been put up for sale on the auction site Ebay. ITV Anglia's Laura Jones reports.
British Forces Post Office is urging people not to send unsolicited letters and parcels to military personnel serving abroad at Christmas.Read the full story ›
A spate of burglaries at military homes in Colchester has left some families living in fear. The parents of one soldier's wife - who's been targeted twice - say she's experiencing a 'living hell'.
Some people believe the break-ins are timed to coincide with when the soldiers are away on duty.
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A group of British and American military amputees are continuing their 250 mile cycle ride challenge through Suffolk today on their way to London.
The cyclists are all serving or veteran soldiers, who've been injured in the line of duty. As Kate Prout reports.
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