NATO leaders are meeting in the English capital for a 70th anniversary summit that was marred before it started with the French president's comments that the alliance was 'brain dead'.
The leaders of countries with NATO’s largest armies are taking pot shots at each other.
Washington and European allies have serious differences on the future of the organisation after French President Emmanuel Macron described the alliance as “brain dead”.
US President Donald Trump's aggressive approach towards NATO doesn't serve its own long-term interests.
Despite committing grave violations, certain countries responsible for war crimes against children have been omitted from the UN Secretary-General’s new ‘list of shame’ report, Human Rights Watch says.
'Turkey will continue to evaluate other alternatives,' says Defense Industries Presidency head Ismail Demir criticising US' announcement to remove Turkey from the F-35 programme.
The US move to remove Turkey from its F-35 jet programme can be a major setback to NATO, as other world powers race to catch up on military aircraft technology.
Current tensions within NATO need to be overcome in order to deal with the looming threat of climate insecurity
"Turkey fulfills all NATO requirements ... We strongly reject linking this matter with the F-35 [fighter jet programme]," Turkey's Defence Minister Hulisi Akar says.
Saudi Arabia says its military intercepted five drones which it claims were launched by the Houthi rebels to target the kingdom.
A tweet by the US army asking how service had impacted US soldiers back fired with hundreds sharing accounts of mental trauma. The spotlight should also be on victims of the US military's actions abroad.
Question by the US Army's Twitter account draws in some 10,000 replies, which paint a harrowing picture of the toll the American wars have taken on those who fought them.
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