Russia said Friday it may boycott a May summit with NATO if the two sides failed to bridge their differences over a US-backed missile defence system for Europe.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says time is running out to conclude a missile defense deal with NATO while the alliance insists it will ...
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is encouraging and funding Russians protesting alleged electoral fraud, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin charged ...
As a response to Ankara’s sanctions, Damascus closed several border gates to Turkey with the explanation they were under repair.
The death toll in a roadside bombing Wednesday in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province has risen to 19, 12 of them women and children, local officials said.
US Secretary of State spoke out against the citizenship laws of more than 30 countries.
Kosovo’s Prime Minister Hashim Thaci claimed Dec. 6 that Serbia’s acceptance of an EU-brokered agreement on border crossings amounted to tacit recognition of Pristina’s independence.
NATO chief urges Moscow to refrain from wasting money to counter a European missile shield as the alliance gathered to calm Russian fears over the system while Russia warns NATO it is being pushed into a new arms race.
A suicide bomber struck a crowd of Shiite worshipers at a mosque in Kabul on Tuesday, killing at least 55 people in the deadliest of two attacks on a Shiite holy day.
NATO allies will strive to convince Moscow this week that their European missile shield is not aimed at Russia after the Kremlin threatened to deploy weapons systems near EU borders.
War-torn Afghanistan has been hit by twin blasts that killed nearly 60 people on the Shiite holy day of Ashura. The violence came after the killing of 28 Shiite pilgrims by bombs who were headed to Karbala in Iraq.
In an overture to Washington, Pakistan’s prime minister says his country wants to repair U.S. relations pushed close to rupture since NATO airstrikes on the Afghan border...
The Syrian military has held war games that included test-firing of missiles and air force and ground troop operations.
A drone reportedly shot down Dec. 4 by Iran may belong to the United States, NATO has said even as a U.S. official said Washington had no indication a drone had crashed in the Islamic republic.
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Former U.S. President George W. Bush’s 2003 invasion of Iraq inadvertently became a booster to the world’s Shiites and their leader Iran.
Greece was in the wrong when it blocked Macedonia's admission to NATO because of a dispute over the former Yugoslav republic's name, the UN's highest...
A key new agreement on disputed border crossings between Serbia and Kosovo will help quiet objections to Serbia’s candidacy for European Union membership.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has accused Pakistan, which is boycotting an international conference on Afghanistan starting today in Bonn ...
Joe Biden, the vice president of the United States, visited ailing Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan at his home in the Üsküdar district of Istanbul
A communication breakdown that caused confusion prevented Pakistan’s air force from defending troops during the deadly NATO bombing last weekend of two border outposts, the military said Dec. 2, responding...
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