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French Tigre attack helicopter supports Dutch Landing Crafts as they carry Finnish and Dutch Marines during a Joint demonstration as part of the NATO Trident Juncture 2018 exercise in Byneset near Trondheim, Norway, October 30, 2018. - Trident Juncture 2018, is a NATO-led military exercise held in Norway from 25 …

Finland Summons Russian Ambassador Over GPS Signal Jamming

Finland has summoned the Russian ambassador to express “concern regarding GPS signal disruption” that occurred during NATO’s vast Trident Juncture military drills in Norway “and the security risks it causes.”

According to the Norwegian Coastal Administration, a 10-cubic metre helicopter fuel tank on the frigate was ruptured

Norwegian Frigate Rammed By Oil Tanker, Listing in Shallow Water

An oil tanker rammed a Norwegian navy frigate Thursday in a harbor on the country’s western coast, tearing a large hole in its side, the military said. The frigate’s 137 crew members were evacuated amid fears that it may sink.

Youth in Badakhshan in northeast of Afghanistan close a green fabrics to arm the security forces and announced their were supporting from ANSF. In Badakhshan two districts under Taliban control and the youth with the support of security forces to asked them to work on crack down on Taliban in …

Afghan Soldier Kills NATO Service Member, Wounds 2 Others

A member of Afghanistan’s National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) turned his gun on his allies on Monday, killing a U.S.-NATO coalition service member from the Czech Republic and wounding two others in the second insider attack in less than a week.

The American Worker

Donald Trump: The Republican Party Now Includes the American Worker

“The party is a much bigger party now, and it’s like really a party for the working men and women in this country, in addition to plenty of others,” Trump said in an interview with TIME magazine about the future of the Republican party.

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Pay Your Way: Trump Seeks End to U.S. ‘Subsidizing’ Foreign Militaries

President Donald Trump on Saturday hit out at countries that rely on the U.S. “subsidizing” their military capabilities, pointing to Saudi Arabia, as well as Japan and South Korea as culprits. In doing so he linked them to NATO allies in Europe that rely on U.S. defense capabilities while neglecting their own.

Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev (C) struck the name-change deal with Greece

EU Urges Macedonia to Change Name to Placate Member State Greece

SKOPJE, Macedonia (AP) – The official in charge of European Union’s enlargement negotiations has urged Macedonians to vote in a referendum this month on renaming their country “North Macedonia,” a change that could pave the way for its EU and

NATO country flags wave outside NATO headquarters in Brussels on Tuesday July 28, 2015. For just the fifth time in its 66-year history, NATO ambassadors met in emergency session Tuesday to gauge the threat the Islamic State extremist group poses to Turkey, and the debated actions Turkish authorities are taking …

Report: NATO May Name Brussels Headquarters After John McCain

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is evaluating a proposal by Conservative British Member of Parliament Tom Tugendhat to name its new headquarters in Brussels after the late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), reports indicated Wednesday.

US President Donald Trump (L) talks to Turkeys President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (R) as they arrive for the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) summit, at the NATO headquarters in Brussels, on July 11, 2018. (Photo by Tatyana ZENKOVICH / POOL / AFP) (Photo credit should read TATYANA ZENKOVICH/AFP/Getty Images)

Tony Shaffer: President Trump Is Putting Turkey on Notice

Turkey claims that Donald Trump stabbed them in the back with sanctions, tariffs, and tough talk following the illegitimate arrest of an American pastor. He didn’t. He counter-punched them, and they deserved it.

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Report: Turkey’s Offer to Release Pastor Rejected by U.S.

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump’s administration has rejected Turkey’s offer to condition the release of an American pastor on clearing a top Turkish bank of billions of dollars in US fines, media reported Monday.

FILE -- In this April 21, 2014 file photo, Afghan farmers harvest opium, in Helmand province, Afghanistan. For the past month, the Taliban have held control over most of Afghanistan’s Helmand province, where the majority of the world’s opium is grown -- and as insurgent attacks intensify around the provincial …

Report: U.S. Airstrikes on 200 Taliban Targets Fail to Cripple Heroin Trade

The unprecedented air campaign against the Taliban’s opium and heroin trade, seen as the group’s primary economic engine and worth hundreds of millions of dollars to the narco-jihadis, has failed to meet to expectations according to a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report on Wednesday.