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NATO faces big bill if it fails to pick AWACS successor soon: Officials
A senior NATO official says the US-led military alliance would be facing the unpleasant prospect of paying a significant bill if it failed to come up with a successor to its ageing fleet of AWACS spy planes by around 2035.
Turkey says not moving away from NATO with S-400 deal
Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar says his country is not distancing itself from the US-led NATO military alliance by acquiring Russian S-400 missile defense systems.
Pompeo calls for NATO unity to confront Iran, Russia, China
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has called on NATO members to get united in the face of what he called emerging threats from Iran, Russia and China.
Pence slams Germany’s unacceptable Russia ties, NATO spending
US Vice President Mike Pence has blasted as “unacceptable” Germany’s dependence on Russian energy and its failure to meet its military spending commitments as a key member of the NATO military alliance.
Turkey hits back at Pence, says US must choose between NATO ally and ‘terrorists’
Turkey has hit back at the US over an ultimatum for Ankara to stop buying Russian S-400 missile defense systems or risk its NATO membership, saying it is Washington that “must choose” between remaining an ally of Turkey or siding with “terrorists.”
Ukraine: Two NATO ships dock in Odessa
Two NATO ships, frigate Toronto of the Royal Canadian Navy and frigate Santa Maria from the Spanish Navy, arrived in the port of Odessa on Monday after patrolling in the Black Sea.
Kosovo PM fires deputy minister over comments about NATO
Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj has fired the country's ethnic Serb deputy justice minister after she called NATO's 1999 bombing campaign against Serbia a "planned genocide".
US ‘very strongly’ considering NATO membership for Brazil
US President Donald Trump says he is “very strongly” considering NATO membership for Brazil or some other formal alliance with the Latin American country as he hosts his far-right counterpart in Washington.
Erdogan: NATO gives arms to Syria Kurds but not to Turkey
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has lashed out at Turkey’s NATO allies for supplying huge loads of weapons to US-backed Kurdish militants in northern Syria, while ignoring Ankara’s request to buy their arms.
US ‘may pull some 1,000 troops from Afghanistan’
The United States may reduce the number of American troops in Afghanistan by at least 1,000, a US general says, attributing the decision to an efficiency drive by a new commander of NATO forces in the Asian country.
Macedonia signs NATO accession accord
NATO members signed an accord with Macedonia on Wednesday allowing the tiny ex-Yugoslav republic to become the 30th member of the US-led alliance after a deal with Greece ended a 27-year-old dispute over its name.
Putin blasts US, West over NATO before Serbia visit
Vladimir Putin accused the US and the West of destabilizing the Balkans with NATO expansionist policies as Serbia prepares a hero's welcome for the Russian president.
Russia says NATO building up troops along border under guise of drills
Russian Deputy Defense Minister Colonel General Alexander Fomin has expressed concern over what he has described as a NATO military build-up along the Russian border under the cover of military drills.
US wants France to be 'fair': Trump
US President Donald Trump has hit back at his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, suggesting France has not been paying a “fair" share of the costs of the North Atlantic Alliance (NATO).
NATO says US soldier killed in insider attack in Afghan capital
A service member of the US armed forces has been killed and another one sustained wounds in the Afghan capital, Kabul, in an apparent insider attack, the NATO-led Resolute Support Mission (RSM) in the war-torn country reports.

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