NATO shows Russia its military might in giant exercises
Norway hosts NATO's biggest exercises since the end of the Cold War from Thursday, to remind Russia the Alliance stands united despite seeds of doubt planted by US President Donald Trump.
Britain says Russia spied on Skripals before poisoning
Russian intelligence was spying on former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia for at least five years before they were poisoned in a nerve agent attack, Britain's National Security Adviser Mark Sedwill said in a letter to NATO on Friday.
NATO chief hails Tillerson role on North Korea
The head of NATO on Monday praised embattled US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson for his "key role" in the North Korea crisis as rumours swirl that his position is under threat.
North Korea's 'global threat' requires global response: NATO chief
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Sunday that North Korea's nuclear and missile programme represented a "global threat and requires a global response".
NATO starts anti-IS bomb training in Iraq
NATO has begun training Iraqi soldiers on how to neutralise bombs planted by the Islamic State jihadist group, the alliance said Sunday, expanding a programme already in place in neighbouring Jordan.
NATO's new $1.2-bn base held up by IT glitches
Completion of NATO's new $1.2-billion headquarters in Brussels, expected to open this year, has been held up by problems with its IT and communications systems, Belgium said on Monday.
NATO urges continued sanctions on Russia over Ukraine
Damaging economic sanctions imposed on Russia over the Ukraine crisis must be kept in place to force Moscow to meet its Minsk ceasefire commitments, NATO head Jens Stoltenberg said Wednesday.
NATO, EU unite amid uncertainty posed by Trump
U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, appearing at his last NATO ministerial meeting, agreed that “unity is very, very important” for the defence alliance.