NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said on Sunday that North Korea's nuclear and missile programme represented a "global threat and requires a global response".
NATO's secretary-general says that it is supplying cybersecurity hardware to the Ukrainian government to help protect its government networks from cyber attacks.
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg on Monday pledged the alliance's support for Ukraine as it faces a bloody insurgency by pro-Russian separatists in its eastern regions.
NATO allies will increase troop numbers in Afghanistan to help government battle a resurgent Taliban but there is no question of returning to a combat role
Here's a look at how NATO works and why it matters
Donald Trump meets NATO and EU leaders for the first time Thursday with the US president set to press nervous allies to do more on terrorism after the Manchester bombing.
The chief of NATO says he's in touch with both Germany and Turkey regarding their latest dispute over visiting rights to a Turkish airbase
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Wednesday that the military chiefs wanted a few thousand more troops from the alliance to be deployed in Afghanistan to help combat Islamist insurgents.
US President Donald Trump's national security advisor Lt Gen HR McMaster will visit Afghanistan to assess the ground situation of the war-torn nation and find out how they can make progress alongside Afghan partners and Nato allies.
US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday it was time to end Syria's "brutal" civil war, and called on NATO allies to "work together to resolve the disaster" in the war-wracked country.
Nato head Jens Stoltenberg urged Germany on Tuesday to spend more on defence, touching on a sore point in German politics that has also inflamed relations with the United States.
US Vice President Mike Pence defended President Donald Trump's latest attacks on the media and vowed to continue to "call out the media when they play fast and loose with the facts".
Top US and NATO officials stressed the importance of preserving transatlantic security ties on Tuesday amid doubts raised by Donald Trump's election as president
Nato head Jens Stoltenberg on Tuesday said he was sure Donald Trump would live up to all US commitments to the alliance, just days after urging the president-elect not to go it alone.
Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg warned Donald Trump on Sunday that "going it alone" is not an option for Europe or America, amid concerns over the president-elect's position on the US-led military alliance.
Over 270 people died in the July 15 attempted putsch and developments since have strained relations between Turkey and many of its Nato allies.
Nato is based on the principle of collective defence, with all members agreeing to defend each other against external attacks.
Nato head Jens Stoltenberg said Turkey must fully respect the rule of law and democratic freedoms in the aftermath of a failed military coup.
US, Russia, Nato and the EU and many other world leaders appealed for stability in Turkey. the US has voiced its support for the democratically elected govt"
Nato allies agreed to maintain a stable military presence in Afghanistan, bolstered by Obama's decision to make a smaller cut in US troops than planned.