MoD face scrutiny over SAS shooting video in Francis Bradley inquest

The UK Ministry of Defence faces calls for clarity on when it became aware of a video allegedly showing an SAS operation that led to the death in Northern Ireland of Francis Bradley in 1986, amidst an ongoing inquest into the suspected “shoot-to-kill” incident.

Denmark admits involvement in 2011 Libyan airstrikes that killed 14 civilians

In a notable revelation, Denmark admits its air force’s involvement in the 2011 NATO-led airstrikes in Libya, which resulted in the death of 14 civilians, marking the first such admission among the coalition nations.

Delay in Nairobi court hearing over Kenyan death linked to British military sparks calls for justice

A Nairobi court adjourned the lawsuit over the 2012 death of Agnes Wanjiru, last seen with a British soldier, until May, amid family criticism and unresolved questions about the involvement of UK military personnel.

Decorated Australian soldier loses defamation case over war crime allegations; implications for UK’s own Special Forces military investigation grow

Decorated Australian soldier Ben Roberts-Smith’s defamation lawsuit against three news outlets accusing him of war crimes fails, substantiating some allegations and adding tension to international military collaborations.