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Trump approves cutting 9,500 troops in Germany: Pentagon

Washington - President Donald Trump has approved a plan to slash the US military presence in Germany by 9,500 troops, the Defense Department said Tuesday.

NATO probes France-Turkey naval incident

Apo - NATO said Thursday it has launched an official investigation into a naval incident in the Mediterranean between alliance members France and Turkey that has infuriated Paris.

Trump to meet with Polish president at the White House

Washington - US President Donald Trump will host Poland's President Andrzej Duda at the White House for wide-ranging talks next week, the White House said on Wednesday.

Behind troop cut, bitter spite between Trump and Merkel

Washington - President Donald Trump has clashed with plenty of US allies. But toward German Chancellor Angela Merkel, he appears to hold special enmity.

Berlin, NATO warn against US troop cuts in Germany

Warsaw - Germany and NATO on Tuesday underlined the importance of US troops in Germany for security on both sides of the Atlantic, a day after President Donald Trump announced he would slash the number stationed there.

Trump to halve US troops in key NATO ally Germany

Washington - President Donald Trump said Monday he will halve the number of US troops in Germany because Berlin is "delinquent" in contributions to NATO and treats the United States "badly" on trade.

NATO chief defends US amid Germany troop row

Apo - NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg defended America's military commitment to Europe on Monday, following reports President Donald Trump plans to slash troop numbers in Germany.

Russia deploys more troops in Baltic region

Russia's Western Military District has announced that it will deploy more troops along with motorized units into the western region as the US and NATO troops are deployed in the Baltic and other areas that border Russia.

Trump plan to slash US troops sparks concern in Germany

Frankfurt Am Main - Germany on Sunday voiced concern at reports that President Donald Trump plans to cut the number of US troops stationed in Germany, amid fears it could weaken a key pillar of NATO defence in the region.

US planning to slash troops in Germany: report

Washington - US President Donald Trump has ordered the Pentagon to slash the number of troops it maintains in Germany by more than a quarter in the coming months, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

Europeans, NATO urge Russia to work to save treaty dropped by Trump

Paris - NATO and the EU on Friday urged Russia to comply with the 1992 Open Skies military surveillance treaty, as European nations scrambled to save the pact after US President Donald Trump said his country would withdraw.

Trump to withdraw US from 'Open Skies' treaty

Washington - President Donald Trump announced Thursday he plans to withdraw the United States from the Open Skies Treaty with Russia, the third arms control pact Trump has abrogated since coming to office.

Trump to withdraw US from 'Open Skies' treaty

Washington - President Donald Trump announced Thursday he plans to withdraw the United States from the Open Skies Treaty with Russia, the third arms control pact Trump has abrogated since coming to office.

Canada says five missing in navy chopper crash believed dead

Ottawa - The five missing crew members of a Canadian navy helicopter that crashed during a NATO operation this week into the Mediterranean Sea are presumed dead, officials said Friday.

One Canadian dead, five missing after navy helicopter crash

Athens - A Canadian sailor's body has been found amid debris from a navy helicopter that crashed during a NATO operation in the sea between Greece and Italy, officials said Thursday.

Debris of missing Canadian NATO helicopter 'found off Greece'

Athens - Debris from a Canadian military helicopter that went missing during a NATO operation has been found in the sea between Greece and Italy, a Greek military officer and public television said Thursday.

Canadian NATO helicopter goes missing off Greece

Athens - A Canadian military helicopter operating as part of a NATO surveillance force has gone missing over the sea between Greece and Italy, officials said on Wednesday.

Canada FM slams state-sponsored coronavirus disinformation

Ottawa - Canadian Foreign Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne after a NATO meeting on Thursday slammed coronavirus disinformation campaigns spread by state actors, of which Russia has been accused.

Work with Turkey, NATO tells EU amid migrant crisis

Zagreb - With tensions growing and accusations flying between Turkey and the EU over an escalating migrant crisis, the head of NATO has warned Europe it must find a way to work with "important ally" Ankara.

US accuses Russia of breaking 'Open Skies' treaty

Washington - US Defense Secretary Mark Esper accused Russia Wednesday of violating the Open Skies Treaty designed to improve transparency and confidence between the militaries of the two superpowers.

NATO chief warns of hard road to Afghan peace as violence soars

Zagreb - Western forces will only leave Afghanistan if the Taliban make good on their commitment to reduce bloodshed, the head of NATO warned Wednesday, as attacks surge.

NATO offers Turkey solidarity but no pledges after Syria troop losses

Apo - NATO on Friday offered solidarity and support to Ankara after at least 33 Turkish soldiers were killed in Syria -- but no pledges of concrete new measures to defend Turkey's forces.

NATO agrees to expand Iraq training mission

Apo - NATO defence ministers agreed Wednesday to expand the alliance's training mission in Iraq, responding to US President Donald Trump's demand for more action from allies in the Middle East.

NATO agrees to expand Iraq training mission

Apo - NATO defence ministers agreed Wednesday to expand the alliance's training mission in Iraq, responding to US President Donald Trump's demand for more action from allies in the Middle East.

Swedish military duped by 'officer' with faked diploma

Stockholm - A Swedish man who got a job in the military using forged credentials was promoted to work as staff officer at NATO's HQ and served in a UN mission, the military and media said on Wednesday.

NATO faces most 'complex security' environment in its history: chief

Kuwait City - NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday the powerful western military alliance was facing the most "complex security" environment in its history amid rising tensions between member states.

US defense chief chides NATO 'free riders'

Washington - US Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Friday defended Washington's pressuring NATO allies to contribute more money toward their own defense, saying the Western alliance cannot permit "free riders.

NATO names China explicitly as a foe of the alliance

The treaty that formed NATO in 1949 never singled out a single enemy for the alliance to counter but it was clear at the time that the Soviet Union was the main target. There have been numerous attempts since to add new enemies or new functions to NATO.

After hot mic gaffe, Trudeau and Trump revive feud

Watford - US President Donald Trump loves to dominate an international summit with impromptu, rambling press briefings that leave his fellow world leaders struggling to stick to their agenda.

Trump abruptly leaves NATO early after 'mocking' video emerges

U.S. President Donald Trump called Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "two-faced" after a video went viral of the Canadian leader apparently speaking candidly to other world leaders about Trump. The video has been viewed over 9 million times.
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