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Uncertainty looms as the UK and the EU are yet to decide on a legal framework for their future defence cooperation after Brexit, just a few weeks before Britain is due to leave the bloc.
NATO members have disagreements, he says, but that's why it is so important.
Internal battles in the military alliance hang over the meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers in Brussels this Wednesday.
Politically, it was a brutal end to this year's summer vacation, the G7 summit in Biarritz. Meanwhile, Belgium remains without a government. A private company launched a sort of a giant blind date to discuss the political divides. All this and more in State of the Union.
"The idea of waving to the Brits and waving back is great and to have different types of music from different European countries. It is amazing idea and we support it," Mayor of Wijk ann See
The re-established initiative announced Thursday will draw on resources from all branches of the military to coordinate U.S. defense efforts in space.
So here on the Brief from Brussels we've been talking to member of the European Parliament about how worried they are about Brexit now.
An explosion at a Russian military base killed five nuclear scientists
President Emmanuel Macron spoke of the need for common defence and security as he marked Bastille Day with a parade and celebrations in France.
European countries have been repeatedly admonished by US President Donald Trump since his election for not spending at least 2% of their GDP on defence expenditures.
Two F-22s jets had to be dispatched to keep an eye on two Tu-95 bombers and a pair of Su-35 fighters.
NATO has much to celebrate but if the alliance is to survive in the coming decades it has to find ways to adapt to the evolving and emerging threats, and to manage tension in the transatlantic relationship.
A new survey shows southern and eastern European countries are more concerned by emigration than immigration. MEPs prepare to vote on reforms to the famous Common Agricultural Policy and NATO sets out priorities ahead of its 70th anniversary.
Russian defence ministry says the American aircraft was heading towards its borders.
Because women are no longer excluded from combat duty, the "time has passed" for Selective Service to differentiate between men and women, the judge found.
Soldiers from the small Balkan country have already served alongside Nato troops on a number of operations.
Worries grow of another arms race as Russia removes itself from the INF treaty.
It is the first act of a joint programme that will see the building of a combat aircraft and associated weapons, such as drones.
Germany's Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen has told Euronews that Europe must play its part in a post-civil war Syria if it is to alleviate pressure on migration.
What price a billion-euro warship when it can be sunk by a drone costing 1/1000th of the cost? The EU is looking to integrate companies using the horizon technologies of drones to get more bangs for its bucks, and save lives, too.
Iran’s state media says the Kowsar plane is “100%” locally made, as President Rouhani claims the country’s military might prevents Washington from attacking it.
New plane is designed to replace Eurofighters around 2035.
The biennial event takes off once again on July 16, where over 1,500 exhibitors from the aerospace, defence, security and space industries will showcase cutting-edge innovations that are shaping air travel today.
Donald Trump complains that some European countries are not pulling their financial weight in NATO, euronews has been looking at who spends what on the Alliance
The UK’s defence spending is “far too low” to combat threats facing the country, MPs warned on Monday.
New defence fund, Rutte lays out EU vision, drone rules approved