The British flag was lowered and Camp Bastion was handed over to Afghan troops as all British soldiers left the camp
UK government MUST hold talks with Isis… or more will die, claims peace activist and father of IRA bomb victim
Peace activist Colin Parry insisted that the Government will open a dialogue with Isis at yesterday’s Oldham Peace Conference.
Countries could soon use private security companies to make it easier to go to war and make them last longer, according to new research by the University of Manchester.
Pro-Palestine sleep out in Manchester to highlight ‘dire’ conditions for thousands left homeless by Gaza conflict
Manchester pro-Palestine protesters will be staging a city centre sleep out to support the 108,000 people who have been left homeless by the recent conflict in Gaza.
The Great War… from the saddle: ‘Realistic’ War Horse praised as historian sheds light on animals’ WWI role
The arrival of hit theatre show Warhorse to The Lowry has seen the play galloping in to the limelight, but what about the untold stories of millions of other horses used in WW1?
He who dies with most toys wins! Stockport war gamer leads 30,000-strong army towards global domination
Britcon 2014 saw hundreds of wargame collectors and competitors converge on Manchester University to take part in the annual battle royale last weekend.
And one of the world’s best sat down with MM to talk about his passion and why he feels the need to constantly add to, arguably, a collection unrivalled by anyone in the world.
Miniature soldiers become 27ft giants for Imperial War Museum North exhibition marking WWI centenary
Visual artist Mark Anstee will be inviting visitors throughout August to watch him draw thousands of red and blue army figures who are then projected onto the 27ft high walls of the IWM’s exhibition space.
With the world still reeling from the MH17 disaster in Ukraine, easyJet have cancelled both their 12.15pm outbound and 11.55pm return flights to the troubled city today – with the next flights scheduled for Monday July 28
Gaza crisis: EasyJet consider cancelling Manchester to Tel Aviv flights after rocket lands ONE MILE from airport
Airliner easyJet are considering at cancelling flights from Manchester Airport bound for Tel Aviv after a rocket landed near the Israeli airport.
Three Mancunians travelled to London by car to join thousands at the Israeli Embassy for a pro-Palestinian protest.
The night-time escape of twin girls from their home in Chorlton to the war-torn state Syria, has left their relatives in shock and disbelief.