Far East veterans have attended events across the region to mark 70 years since Japanese forces surrendered, ending the Second World War.Read the full story ›
Cambridge Labour MP Daniel Zeichner has confirmed that the training of Libyan military cadets at Bassingbourn Barracks is to be debated in Parliament.
Hundreds of cadets at the barracks were sent home last year after five Libyans were jailed for sexual offences.
The end of day adjournment debate, which was proposed by Mr Zeichner, will take place in September.
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RAF Tornados will continue to carry out air strikes against so-called Islamic State into 2017, the Defence Secretary has announced.Read the full story ›
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A couple who were shot in the Tunisia beach attack are raising funds to offer "something back" to the local hospital that treated them.Read the full story ›
A Norwich man who was on holiday in Tunisia when a gunman ran amok killing 38 people has launched an appeal to help the tourist industry there.
Among those who died was Philip Heathcote from Felixstowe in Suffolk and Stuart Cullen, who lived in Lowestoft. With tour operators taking holidaymakers there from all over the region, hundreds from the east flew back in the days that followed.
Nathan Priestley was one of those but he initially gave up his flight to allow others to come home first. The extra time he spent there gave him an insight into just how tough it was going to be for the Tunisian Hotel workers who rely on the tourism trade.
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A survivor of the Tunisia beach massacre said he still feels guilty about not being able to reach his wife as she screamed for help.Read the full story ›
The trial of two men accused of the murder of two British backpackers in Thailand has heard that DNA evidence can be re-tested.
The bodies of Hannah Witheridge who was 23 and from Hemsby in Norfolk and David Miller from Jersey were found in September last year.
The defence team for the Burmese Migrants Zaw Lin and Win Zaw Htun, who are on trial for the murders say the only thing linking them to the crime is the DNA evidence.
Thai police claimed that the samples had been exhausted and couldn't be re-tested.
But a forensic expert said in court that duplicates of some of the evidence had been made - meaning there is enough to re-test.
The two men deny the charges.
An uncle and nephew have been charged with attempting to join IS in Syria. The nephew is also charged over a plot on the US military.Read the full story ›