Kenya burns thousands of illegal weapons

More than 5,200 guns were burned in Kenya on Tuesday to discourage the circulation of illegal weapons, according to Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto.

Two nabbed in Sarajevo for arms trafficking

The investigation was conducted in cooperation with Bosnia's border police at the request of the state court, and the two men were apprehended after the police searched a building and found evidence.

US weapons boom shoots ahead - as Smith & Wesson doubles profit

The rush by Americans to purchase weapons continues apace, with background checks surpassing last year's total and US gunmaker Smith & Wesson announcing Thursday that it had doubled its profits in the second quarter.

Spanish police bust international weapons-smuggling ring

Spanish police said Saturday that they had busted an international arms smuggling ring and arrested the alleged kingpin following raids on the island of Ibiza.

Report: Turkey plans computerized automatic weapons on Syria border

Turkey is stepping security measures on its border with Syria, including plans to install computerized automated firing systems, Yeni Safak newspaper reported Monday.

No weapons found after search of charged Brussels suspect's home

The home of a suspect who has been charged in connection with the Brussels terrorist attacks was searched by police, but no weapons or explosives were found, prosecutors say in a statement.

German minister: Weapons found in raids on banned neo-Nazi group

Hand-held firearms, a cross bow and other weapons were all confiscated amid raids on locations associated with a neo-Nazi group, Germany's interior minister says.

Reports: Greek police arrest three suspected arms traffickers

Greek police have arrested three Iraqi Kurds with British passports in the eastern border town of Alexandroupoli suspected of trying to move weapons towards the Middle East, state-run radio reported on Sunday.

UN to identify perpetrators of six chemical weapons attacks in Syria

Investigators have found six potential cases of chemical weapons attacks in Syria whose perpetrators they will seek to identify, the United Nations said in a report Friday.

Croatia exported EUR 197m in weapons, military equipment in 2015

Croatia exported HRK 1.5 billion (EUR 197.4m) worth of weapons and military equipment in 2015, the same as in 2014, according to an unofficial source at the RH Alan state agency, which exports and imports weapons and military equipment.