"I'm good at names, right?" Trump asked reporters.
The EU scrambled to respond after tensions rose in the Middle East following the assassination of a top Iranian security official by a U.S. strike in Iraq.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has called a meeting in Brussels to discuss the crisis.
"The Brits, the French, the Germans all need to understand that what we did ... saved lives in Europe," said Pompeo about the killing of Qassem Soleimani.
From the start of the impeachment investigation, Democrats put themselves at a disadvantage by making it known they wanted to conclude the entire process by the end of the year.
Trade unions called for a strike for an indefinite period that could bring the country to a standstill.
NATO leaders attended a reception hosted by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, December 3, amid a special NATO summit held to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the alliance.
US President Donald Trump slammed Justin Trudeau as “two-faced” after a video emerged showing the Canadian Prime Minister and other world leaders apparently mocking him.
Underneath the sparring, the fundamentals of the organisation remain strong, argues Jamie Shea, who is Senior Fellow at the Friends of Europe think tank.
It was clear that both leaders disagreed vehemently about almost all the issues at the NATO summit in London.
Macron and Erdogan will hold talks over the Turkish military offensive in #Syria, after the two leaders exchanged "brain dead" remarks
A low-key gathering in London could lead to rhetorical fireworks as the military alliance marks its 70th anniversary.
Trump’s visit comes amid ongoing quarrels over defense spending by NATO allies and widespread anxiety over the president’s commitment to the alliance.
The 70th anniversary of NATO follows both President Emmanuel Macron’s recent comments about the Alliance suffering from a “brain death” and the legacy of last year’s summit, during which tensions were high and questions swirled about NATO’s longevity and utility.
French President Emmanuel Macron has stood by the damning comments he made to The Economist last month in which said allies were experiencing the 'brain death' of NATO. During a press conference, he defended the comments and criticised Turkey's incursion into Syria.
In this week's state of the union, newly elected president of the European People's Party Donald Tusk says he will take on populists and nationalists.
French President Emmanuel Macron branded NATO "brain dead". Now the defence alliance has met for the first time since those controversial remarks.
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.
Emmanuel Macron has blamed the US for causing the "brain death" of NATO — but how accurate is the French president's assessment?
For years accused of being "gagged" by Turkey, a resolution adopted overwhelmingly by the US Congress to recognise the Armenian genocide goes beyond reacting to Turkish actions in northern Syria.
French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel this Sunday to coincide with the 30th anniversary weekend of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Angela Merkel has said the French president was overreacting.
Western countries have widely condemned Ankara for its military operation in northeast Syria, but Luxembourg's top diplomat said they could be dragged into the conflict should Turkey, a NATO member state, trigger the body's defensive clause.
Rutte advocated for the EU to increase funds to keep NATO afloat in the face of growing threats from China, Russia and other countries.
A former NATO spokesperson says the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s visit to North Macedonia is an important sign of re-engagement with the Balkan region.