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10 killed as Greek F-16 jet crashes in Spain during NATO exercise

Another 21 people were injured in the incident at the Los Llanos base in southeastern Spain.


Rajnath raises concern over NATO forces’ withdrawal from Afghanistan

International coalition closed its facilities and handed over charge to Afghan military in Dec, 2014.


French ceremony as new NATO Afghan ‘train and support’ mission takes over

About 150 French soldiers handed over responsibility to a Turkish unit to operate under the new NATO mission.


US, NATO to mark end of mission to Afghanistan

It ends with 2,224 American soldiers killed, according to an AP tally, out of a total of some 3,500 foreign troop deaths.


India, Russia, here and now

Modi and Putin must acknowledge the changed dynamic around them

A fragile future

Nato’s combat role in Afghanistan has ended. India will have to deal with it.


Afghanistan: US, NATO end Afghan combat command after 13 years

As NATO’s flag was lowered, formally ending its deployment,Taliban launched yet another bloody attack in Afg.


Top diplomats meet to speed up global coalition against Islamic State insurgency

The global fight against IS has had a slow start but efforts are being made to speed it up.


Afghan bombings kill 2 NATO troops, 6 civilians

A total of 63 NATO troops have been killed this year, 46 of them Americans.


Ukraine accuses Russia of sending dozens of tanks

NATO had no immediate confirmation on the latest Ukrainian report.

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NATO jets track ‘unusual’ Russian bomber sorties

NATO aircraft tracked Russian strategic bombers over the Atlantic and Black Sea on Wednesday.


NATO chief: what’s needed to improve Russia ties

“NATO is here to say. Russia is here to say. So we’re going to have some kind of relationship,” Stoltenberg said.

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Russia spy plane intercepted in NATO airspace: Alliance

NATO fighter jets intercepted a Russian spy plane over the Baltic Sea after it breached Estonian airspace.


Afghanistan captures two senior leaders of Haqqani network

The Haqqanis have been blamed for spectacular attacks on Afghan government and NATO targets across Afghanistan as well as for kidnappings and murders.


Obama hails signing of BSA with Afghanistan as ‘historic’

Hamid Karzai, who stepped down as president yesterday, had refused to sign the BSA, indicating the deteriorating Afghan-US relations after the Taliban was ousted in 2001.