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Türkiye signs memorandum with Sweden, Finland NATO bids

Türkiye, Finland and Sweden have agreed a last-minute deal which will pave the way for the two Nordic countries to be formally invited to join NATO at this week's summit. The deal covers most of the Turkish government's security concerns, including the PKK terror group. Türkiye has also pledged to help Finland and Sweden deal with any potential security threats.

Is NATO ‘obsolete’?

Is NATO ‘obsolete’?

History of NATO

History of NATO

Macedonia Joins NATO: Macedonia signs accession agreement with NATO

Macedonia Joins NATO: Macedonia signs accession agreement with NATO

Roundtable: Nato Expansion

Roundtable: Nato Expansion

Truce between Israel and Palestinian Islamic Jihad likely to begin Sunday evening

Truce between Israel and Palestinian Islamic Jihad likely to begin Sunday evening

UN warns of disaster at Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant

UN warns of disaster at Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant

Bangladesh urged to dredge rivers to combat floods

Bangladesh urged to dredge rivers to combat floods

Montenegro unveils part of Chinese-built highway

Montenegro unveils part of Chinese-built highway

Gazans blocked from offshore reserves

Gazans blocked from offshore reserves

Climate crisis driving tourists to see disappearing glaciers

Climate crisis driving tourists to see disappearing glaciers

Thousands suffer from the curable disease amid war and conflict

Thousands suffer from the curable disease amid war and conflict

Albanian divers clear World War II munitions

Albanian divers clear World War II munitions

China hits back at US House Speaker Pelosi's Taiwan visit

China hits back at US House Speaker Pelosi's Taiwan visit

Italian politician Salvini pledges to move migrant centres to North Africa

Italian politician Salvini pledges to move migrant centres to North Africa

Erdogan, Putin to expand energy co-operation

Erdogan, Putin to expand energy co-operation

Three ships leave Ukraine with 58,000 tonnes of corn

Three ships leave Ukraine with 58,000 tonnes of corn

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