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27 Jul
The Russian president's warning comes amid tensions between London and Moscow after a British warship entered waters close to Crimea.
27 Jun
The US Navy has started a series of tests on its newest and most advanced aircraft carrier by detonating powerful explosions to determine whether the ship is ready for war.
22 Jun
The USS Gerald R. Ford was subjected to a shock trial on Friday to test whether it was ready to be deployed. The aircraft carrier has a $13 billion price tag.
22 May
Fourteen bodies have been recovered off the coast of Mumbai after a barge sunk during a powerful cyclone. The search is underway for the scores of people still missing.
10 May
The Nigerian Navy says it has perfected plans to standardise the production of military uniform in order to check abuse.
4 Apr 2020
The captain of a US Navy aircraft carrier facing a growing outbreak of the coronavirus on his ship has been fired for writing a letter immediate action. Acting Navy secretary said the commander exercised poor judgment.
22 Dec 2019
Deploying fast patrol boats on the high seas and the waters of Brass is what the Navy hopes will assist in the fight against crude oil theft and piracy in the maritime environment.
1 Dec 2018
A group of 22 Ukrainian sailors was arrested following the clash between Ukrainian navy vessels and Russia's coastal guard in the Sea of Azov on Sunday. They could face long jail terms in Russia. DW spoke to the lawyers.
18 Jan 2018
Navy destroyers involved in deadly collisions last year in the Pacific Ocean face courts-martial and military criminal charges including negligent homicide.
29 Nov 2017
South Korea responded to neighbour North Korea's latest missile test just minutes after launch: a live-fire missile drill near the border involving the army, navy and air force.
20 Nov 2017
Nigerian Navy sets up hydrographic facility.
20 Nov 2017
Nigeria Navy basic training school graduates servicemen.

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