As unmanned aerial vehicles take over the skies, more fighter squadrons are shut down. So what does that mean for aircraft pilots?
- Death toll in assault on Pakistani police academy rises to 59 (Reuters)
- Illegally stored explosives blow up in China, killing 14, wounding 147 (Reuters)
- Twenty dead, more than 100 wounded in Pakistan police academy attack (Reuters)
- Palestinian press association: Al-Quds interview with Lieberman normalizes the occupation (Haaretz)
- South African opposition says government's decision to withdraw from ICC is illegal (AP)
- U.K. police arrest man in connection to chemical incident at London City Airport (AP)
- Lebanese parliament speaker says forming new government will take 5-6 months (Reuters)
- Turkey says it is participating in Mosul operation; Iraq's PM denies claim (AP)
- Iran sides with Iraq, says Turkey should get permission to participate in Mosul operation (AP)
- Turkish army killed 17 ISIS militants since Mosul battle began, Ankara says (Reuters)
- Since failed coup, 35 Turkish diplomats, family members apply for asylum in Germany (AP)
- Iran takes Iraq's side in dispute with Turkey over Mosul operation (AP)
- Three French Defense Ministry staff, two contractors die in Malta plane crash (Reuters)
- Russia's energy minister says cooperation with OPEC intensifying (Reuters)
- Report: Syrian forces, allies capture high point in Aleppo (AP)
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