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Turkish military allows head scarves for female soldiers
Turkish defence ministry officials say a rule banning head scarves in the military has been relaxed.
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Britain's Theresa May tight lipped over Trident missile test
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Ivory Coast defence minister freed by mutinous soldiers
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Trump names James Mattis as US defence secretary
EU unveils massive plan to boost defence
It is the biggest defence funding and research plan in more than a decade.
NATO chief Stoltenberg calls for military alliance to enlarge
Polish women get self-defence classes from army
Polish women are getting free self-defence training from the army.
Donald Trump right on European defence spending, says NATO chief
US President-elect Donald Trump is right to call on Europeans to spend more on defence, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Friday.
Trump right on defence spending, says NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg
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This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
NATO chief seeks Trump's backing for alliance
A strong NATO is in the interests of both Europe and the United States, the head of the alliance said on Tuesday, following Donald Trump’s election victory.
EU revamps security and adopts 'independent' spirit
EU ministers meeting in Brussles agree to boost the bloc's security and defence strategy and to show 'independence' from US
Europe frets over Trump's NATO stance
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New footage shows Malta plane crash fireball
New footage has emerged of plane crash in Malta that killed five people.
NATO finalises Baltic plans
NATO has finalised plans to send troops to the Baltic states and eastern Poland.