NATO

Jon Queally, staff writer
A bomb blast in the Turkish capital of Ankara on Wednesday—which killed dozens of people and injured scores of others—arrived alongside increasing global worries about how Turkey is responding to shifting developments on the other side of its border with Syria where a brutal civil war and international fight against the Islamic State continues...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Soldiers in Fort Hood, Texas prepare to unload their Armor assets for war games with NATO and host nations across Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland in September 2014. (Photo: U.S. Army by 2LT Benton Conque, 2-8 CAV Assistant Operations Officer/cc/flickr)
The United States and the 27 other NATO-member nations on Wednesday agreed to a...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Less than a week after Russia's foreign minister warned that NATO's military...