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Former sworn enemies NATO and Russia have agreed to work together on missile defence and other security issues, including Afghanistan. The news was
Every summit draws its critics, and this NATO meeting was no exception. Campaigners gathered from across Europe to denounce the war in Afghanistan
Soldiers loyal to the president of Madagascar have put down a mutiny at an army barracks in the capital Antananarivo. A group of rebel soldiers had
NATO has announced a new phase of its operation in Afghanistan – a transition period in which combat troops will withdraw by 2015, handing over
Thailand has been shocked at the discovery of two thousand aborted foetuses in a Bangkok Buddhist temple. The tiny bodies were each wrapped in
Nato has agreed a new strategy to hand over security in Afghanistan to Afghan forces by 2015.
At a summit in Portugal, the 28-member alliance
The deaths of eleven French people in Pakistan eight years ago threatens to embroil today’s political leadership. The victims were helping re-fit
Protesters tried to block roads to the NATO summit.
There will be no attempt to rescue 29 coal miners trapped underground in New Zealand until at least Sunday.
Rising gas levels in a ventilation
The second day of the NATO summit in Lisbon is expected to confirm the goal of withdrawing most foreign troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2014
What do you get when you put a eurosceptic and climate sceptic in a debate with fully-committed climate change activists? Why, disagreement, of
The next climate change conference will be in Cancún, Mexico later this month. Will it succeed? Or will it fail, like Copenhagen? Connie Hedegaard
NATO is not the only reason for President Barack Obama’s trip to Lisbon. Today the US president and leaders of the European Union will try to show
As the sound of mutual back slapping echoed around the Lisbon conference centre, Georgia’s president said he was particularly pleased to receive
A new document for peace, security and shared values in a changing world is how NATO leaders are describing their new strategic concept.
The international response to Haiti’s deadly cholera outbreak is completely inadequate and woefully short of funding, according to aid groups.
EU officials say details of Ireland’s multi-billion euro bailout plan will be announced next week. The Irish government is due to finalise its
Warnings of a heightened terrorist threat have sparked security jitters in Germany with a series of false alarms as people report suspicious
Rescue teams in New Zealand are still waiting for the all-clear to enter a coal mine, the day after an explosion ripped through the colliery
A replacement hand and penis on a pair of Roman statues has sparked the latest scandal to hit Silvio Berlusconi.
The Italian Prime Minister ordered