Georgia warned Friday of the risk of a "serious confrontation" with Russia-backed South Ossetia after the breakaway region demanded that Georgian authorities remove a checkpoint on its disputed boundary.
The collapse of the 1987 treaty banning intermediate-range missiles has some fearing the world could enter into a new arms race.
In the first half of the year, foreign and government forces killed 717 civilians, while anti-government elements (including Taliban) caused 531 deaths, the UN said.
It comes just two days after the US warned again that sanctions could be imposed on Turkey if the country went ahead with the delivery of Russian equipment.
NATO and Russia did not make significant progress on saving the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) in a meeting at the alliance headquarters on Friday, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg gave a news conference after a defence meeting on Thursday and addressed issues such as Iran, Russia, and EU contributions to NATO.
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.
Russian ambassador Vladimir Chizhov shared his thoughts with Euronews on the INF treaty suspension, US deployment of troops to Poland and the announcement of the four MH17 suspects. Read more about what he has to say.
Under the new deal Donald Trump, says he will send an additional 1000 troops to Poland on the condition that Poland foots the bill to build any new military base.
General Wes Clark talked to Euronews about NATO marking 20 years in Kosovo.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton and ex-Secretary of State Madeleine Albright visit Pristina
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Stevo Pendarovski, North Macedonia’s pro-Western candidate narrowly won the first round of a presidential vote, a year after the country saw a controversial name change.
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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.
Slamming Russia for its "continued use of force and unbridled violation" of the INF treaty, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on Thursday said the Kremlin was following its "pattern of destabilising behaviour".
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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.
NATO's 2018 annual report showed several European members moving closer to their pledge of spending 2% of their GDP on defence, while others still lagged behind.
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Borissov voiced concern over the possibility of an escalation in the arms race between NATO and Russia and told NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg that Bulgaria will not be used as a 'Trojan horse' of Russia. Stoltenberg praised Bulgaria’s commitment to NATO during a visit to Sofia on Friday.
U.S. Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker arrive for a meeting at EU Commission headquarters in Brussels