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An armed conflict including one or more governments, and causing the death of 1,000 or more people per year
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This was followed by the entry of indigenously made Indian frigate INS Beas and other warships from Italy, the UK and USA.
According to the (http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-202_162-57519627/iran-test-fires-missiles-sinks-warship-sized-target/) AP and CBS , Iran actually test-fired four missiles, designed to hit warships, that hit their target and sank a warship-sized target.
The warship is one of the Malaysian units located in the international waters of Gulf of Aden to combat piracy.
New Delhi, Nov.20 (ANI): A senior officer of the Indian Navy on Thursday said that the Indian Government is seriously considering a proposal to increase the number of warships in the Gulf of Aden to counter piracy in the area.
The historic warship site is closed to the public at present but will reopen in April for people to view Europe's largest collection of 20th century warships in preservation.
The visit marks the first ever port call by Dutch warships, according to the Dutch consulate general in Osaka, western Japan.
Cirilito Sobejana surmised that China's leadership might have already told off its PLAN warships on their unannounced passage through Sibutu Strait in Tawi-Tawi, the last incident of which was on Aug.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iranian Navy on Saturday dispatched its 6th flotilla of warships to Russia's Makhachkala, the capital city of the Republic of Dagestan.
"The documents of the warning given to the US warship are present and we will release them if necessary," Rear Admiral Sayyari told reporters in Tehran on Wednesday.
The Islamic Republic announced in December that it had dispatched a warship to the waters off Somalia.
'This warship will greatly contribute to the current capability of our armed forces to defend our sovereignty and keep our potential enemies away from our seas and shorelines,' he said in his speech.