The Wall Street Journal said the United States Department of Defense would cut the number of military personnel by 9,500 from the current 34,500 permanently assigned to Germany postings.
To bolster the waning confidence of warlord Khalifa Haftar, Moscow's alleged move of sending fighter jets to Libya has rekindled Washington's interest in the six-year-long conflict.
With no end in sight for the humanitarian crisis, NATO’s intervention may prove the only solution in finding peace and in halting other countries’ interference
Jens Stoltenberg held a phone call with Fayez al Sarraj – initiated by the prime minister – and the leaders discussed the latest developments in Libya.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg discussed Covid-19 developments, situation in Syria and Libya.
The helicopter was attached to the Canadian frigate Fredericton from where it had taken off for a patrol.
Turkey answered Italy's call for help to battle the pandemic, and that has opened a door.
The announcement follows a string of releases of Taliban prisoners by the Afghan government and came after the head of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan met with the group's leaders to discuss a reduction in violence in the war-weary country.
Militaries will have to strike a delicate balance between juggling domestic obligations and external security threats.
The killing of Turkish soldiers, even if perpetrated by the Assad regime, is a watershed moment for Turkey-Russia relations.
Following the devastating attack that killed 33 Turkish soldiers, NATO is set to hold an extraordinary meeting at Turkey’s behest.
To ensure its own survival, Tripoli is seeking to entice Washington by appealing to US national security interests.
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