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Nov 17, 2017
Recep Tayyip Erdogan pulls Turkish troops from NATO drill in Norway amid new tensions with Western alliesTurkey, which became a member of NATO in 1952, is a key member of the alliance but tensions have grown in recent months over its crackdown after the failed coup and Ankara's increasingly close alliance with Russia
Nov 10, 2017
Police station in Afghanistan's Helmand province bombed; one policeman killed, five injuredA heavy explosion was reported in Afghanistan's Helmand province on Friday morning killing one and wounding five others
Nov 10, 2017
US working with NATO, India to make sure there are no terrorist safe havens in PakistanUS wants to make sure that there are no terrorist safe havens in Pakistan and is working with NATO members and India to make Islamabad cut insurgents off
Nov 09, 2017
Pope Francis seeks to defuse rising tensions on Korean peninsula, Vatican to host nuclear disarmament conferencePope Francis is seeking to defuse rising nuclear tensions on the Korean peninsula and to boost support for disarmament with a Vatican conference
Nov 07, 2017
NATO to boost Afghanistan mission by 3,000 troops as Kabul reels from terror attacksAround half the new troops will come from the United States, and the overall size of NATO's training and support mission in the unrest-hit country will increase from 13,000 to 16,000
Oct 30, 2017
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg calls North Korea a 'global threat', backs tougher sanctions during Japan visitNATO chief Jens Stoltenberg called North Korea a "global threat" Monday and said he backed tighter sanctions against it during a visit to Japan
Oct 29, 2017
Taliban kill 13 police in attack on checkpoint, says Afghan officialThe Taliban killed 13 police in an attack on a checkpoint early today in the northern Kunduz province, an official said.
Oct 28, 2017
Nine policemen, six insurgents killed in Afghanistan's Ghazni province; Taliban claim responsibility for attackAn Afghanistan official says at least nine police officers have been killed in separate attacks by Taliban insurgents on police checkpoints in eastern Ghazni province.
Oct 24, 2017
'It was just about money', say Afghan Shia recruits lured by Iran to fight Syrian civil warFleeing grinding poverty and unemployment, thousands of Afghan Shiites have been recruited by Iran to defend Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime.
Oct 21, 2017
Kabul mosque blast: 'Broken windows, smell of blood and flesh' pervade in attack claimed by Islamic StateAt least 39 people were killed and 45 others wounded in the assault claimed by the Islamic State in Kabul.