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4 hrs ago | International Business Times
Journalist Michael Hastings has died as the result of injuries suffered in a car crash Tuesday, BuzzFeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith announced.
5 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
When President Barack Obama returns to Germany on Wednesday, there will be one South Florida resident looking on with a touch of nostalgia for her old job.
6 hrs ago | B92
Aleksandar Vueiae has informed a NATO official "about the previously defined stances on the need for KFOR's further engagement in Kosovo and Metohija."
10 hrs ago | EKathimerini
Stathatos served in Cairo and Washington and represented Greece at NATO, the United Nations and the then-European Economic Community.
11 hrs ago | RIA Novosti
LOUGH ERNE, June 18 Russian President Vladimir Putin admitted on Tuesday that disagreements over the deployment of a US missile shield in Europe still remain, but Moscow and Washington should boost the transparency of actions related to the dispute.
13 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post
Meeting in Qatar to discuss ending Afghanistan's 12-year-long war; Taliban also willing to consider peace talks with the Afghan state.
14 hrs ago | Sky News
US representatives could meet with the Taliban in Doha within days after the Islamist group opened a "political office" in the Qatari city.
17 hrs ago | Peninsula Clarion
Your daily look at late-breaking Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: Karzai says his country's armed forces are taking over from the U.S.-led NATO coalition for the first time in the nearly 12-year war.
17 hrs ago | EKathimerini
Greek President Karolos Papoulias on Tuesday urged the government of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to drop its intransigence over an ongoing name dispute with Greece that has blocked the Balkan state's European Union and NATO ambitions.
22 hrs ago | CNN
Marking a key transition in the more than decade long war, Afghan forces have formally taken over security for the entire country from NATO-led troops, Afghan President Hamid Karzai announced at a handover ceremony in Kabul on Tuesday.
22 hrs ago | Debka
NATO and a number of European governments, most significantly the UK, have started airlifting heavy weapons to the Syrian rebels poised in Aleppo to fend off a major Syrian army offensive, according to 's exclusive military sources.
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A Free Syrian Army fighter carries a homemade rocket to be launched towards Nairab military airport, which is controlled by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, in Aleppo, on June 14, 2013.
Most European allies are "hollowing out" their armies as they slash Defense spending, casting doubt on whether Europe can remain a viable military partner of the United States, the outgoing U.S. ambassador to NATO said on Monday.
A Syrian refugee carries her sister through a camp set up near the village of Ketermaya in Lebanon in March.
The United States is not asking NATO to back a Syria no-fly zone and the issue is not currently on the alliance's agenda, the outgoing US ambassador to NATO said on Monday.