A comment from Donald Trump suggesting an immigration-related security incident in Sweden on Friday night leaves the country confused - and amused.
US Vice President Mike Pence pledged the Trump administration’s ‘unwavering’ commitment to NATO on Saturday.
Addressing the Munich Security Conference on Saturday, US Vice President Mike Pence has sought to assure allies that Donald Trump’s administration will back NATO and stand with…
US Defence Secretary James Mattis is in Germany, along with 500 other participants, for the Munich Security Conference.
The Brazilian government has deployed the first of 9,000 soldiers onto the streets of Rio de Janeiro ahead of the city’s famous carnival later this month.
Russian politicians have been quick to defend Mike Flynn, Donald Trump's national security advisor, who has resigned. They claim he has been forced out by those seeking to ruin better US-Russian relat
NATO’s European allies increased military spending by nearly four percent last year, bucking a recent trend of cuts.
The nearly 200,000 evacuees downstream of the Lake Oroville dam in northen California are safe for now, but fearful they will have no homes to return to if the dam fails.
It's hoped repairs to main spillway connected to Oroville Dam in northern California can begin as soon as possible
Close to 200,000 people have been ordered to evacuate from areas surrounding the Lake Oroville Dam in California amid fears of severe flooding.
An urgent evacuation has been ordered in northern California after officials said the US’s tallest dam had been weekend by heavy rain.
French police detain four suspected of planning terrorist attack
The Eiffel Tower in Paris could get a glass wall around its base – as part of efforts to boost protection against terrorist attacks.
A Belgian digital-marketing and tech company called NewFusion has launched an initiative offering employees the opportunity to trade in their ID badges for a surgically-implanted…
Furor and global protests over an executive order curbing immigration?
A combined suicide bombing and gun attack at a hotel in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, has left a number of people dead and injured.
Beyond the US president-elect's difficulty in attracting A-list musicians to supply the mood music for Friday's inauguration, a political boycott is now growing in strength.
The campaign group is sounding the alarm over "dangerously disproportionate" security measures adopted in 14 EU nations over the past two years.
The UN says the number of civilians killed in the country's war is now estimated to be more than 10,000, with some 40,000 injured
Madrid has held its annual Eve of Epiphany parade, with the biblical Three Wise Men taking centre stage and handing out sweets to thousands of children.