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Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey's founding leader Ataturk's picture and his own name were featured on an "enemy chart" during NATO's military exercises in Norway.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says that Turkey has withdrawn 40 soldiers from a NATO military exercise in Norway.
Republican Roy Moore targets women who accused him of sexual harassment as critics decry intimidation
Birmingham (US), Nov 17 (AP) Ever defiant, Republican Roy Moore's campaign lashed out at the women accusing him of sexual misconduct, declaring "let ...
Republicans, still forced to answer for the multiple allegations facing Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, joined in pressing for an investigation against Franken.
Dozens of Afghan police and soldiers have been killed in a wave of Taliban attacks on checkpoints in Afghanistan, officials said Tuesday.
The European Union unveiled plans to make it easier to move troops and military equipment around the bloc, in a bid to boost defence in the face of the growing threat posed by Russia.
Impersonation is a tough art, they say. But, here’s someone who does a perfect impression of the slapstick comedy and silent film superstar Charlie Chaplin with ease.
The warning comes in a report issued Friday by the independent body which advises the Dutch foreign ministry and the government on policy.
The conference comes amid mounting tensions on the Korean peninsula and heated rhetoric between Washington and Pyongyang.
Moscow is also suspected of interfering in last year's US presidential election and Britain's Brexit vote.
Jim Mattis said that the US supports solving the North Korean nuclear crisis diplomatically, after President Trump warned that 'time is quickly running out'.
NATO defense ministers are meeting to provide their countries' latest decisions on troop contributions, under pressure from US and NATO leaders to beef up their commitments.
Washington claims that Russia has broken with the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty, signed during the Cold War, that prohibits the deployment of short- and intermediate-range missiles.
Defence ministers from the NATO alliance met in Brussels to review the next steps in the Afghanistan conflict and brainstorm ways to make gains in the 16-year-old war.
The Holy See has consistently opposed nuclear weapons and supported nonproliferation and disarmament efforts, and history's first Latin American pope has strongly backed that line.