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6 Jan 2021
It was a portentous statement when the Commander in Chief commented that 1400km stretch, Niger Republic – Nigeria boarder, is in the hands of God.
23 Oct 2020
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday confirmed the first test last week of a controversial Russian missile defense system, as he dismissed US criticism.
6 Sep 2020
Turkey's armed forces on Sunday began annual exercises in the breakaway republic of northern Cyprus -- an entity recognised...
26 Aug 2020
Greece and its EU allies held war games in the Mediterranean on Wednesday while Turkey conducted drills with the US navy nearby as the row between...
18 Aug 2020
The pandemic and economic disarray are playing out within the background of turbulent and in some ways conflicting trends, namely, rising nationalism, authoritarianism...
13 Aug 2020
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned on Thursday of a "heavy price" if a Turkish vessel searching for gas in disputed Mediterranean waters was attacked and hinted that one incident had already occurred.
18 Jul 2020
France, Italy and Germany are "ready to consider" sanctions on foreign powers violating an arms embargo in Libya, a joint statement by their leaders said Saturday.
1 Jul 2020
President Donald Trump has approved a plan to slash the US military presence in Germany by 9,500 troops, the Defense Department said Tuesday.
30 Apr 2020
A Canadian sailor's body has been found amid debris from a navy helicopter that crashed during a NATO operation in the sea between Greece and Italy, officials said Thursday.
11 Apr 2020
The head of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan has met with Taliban leaders to discuss a reduction in violence in the war-weary country, officials said Saturday, with the insurgents accusing the Americans of violating a landmark agreement.
14 Mar 2020
Former NATO secretary-general Javier Solana is being treated at a Madrid hospital for coronavirus, a source close to the Spanish politician said Saturday.
29 Feb 2020
Slovaks voted in a general election on Saturday with the governing populists fighting for survival amid outrage over the 2018 gangland-style murder of a journalist whose stories exposed high-level corruption

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The Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola, has ordered officials of the Nigerian Correctional Service to shoot dead any attempt to attack prison facilities across the country. Aregbesola, who gave the directive while addressing senior officers at the Agodi Custodial Centre of the NCoS during an official inspection tour of the facility, emphasized anyone who attempted…
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Britain on Monday promised "full support" to US investigators after it emerged that the man behind a hostage taking at a Texas synagogue