The European Commission chief warned the U.K. parliament it should not count on any renegotiation ahead of Britain’s departure in March, as European Union leaders on Sunday approved a landmark agreement on Britain’s exit.
By Lorne Cook, Jill Lawless, Raf Casert, Associated Press
A day after landing a series of broadsides against his British hosts, President Donald Trump declared Friday that his relationship with Prime Minister Theresa May was better than ever in yet another bout of diplomatic whiplash that has come to…
By Jill Colvin, Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press
President Donald Trump took credit for a supposed new decision by NATO members to increase military spending, though there was no evidence of that.
By Anne Flaherty, Associated Press
More than 16 years into the Afghanistan war, the United States and its NATO allies wrangled anew on Thursday over how to meet the need for more troops to counter the resurgent Taliban and help the Afghan forces break a…
By Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press
At his first meeting of NATO leaders, President Trump again criticized the allies for falling short on their share of defense spending. Mr. Trump was also the first U.S. president to not explicitly endorse NATO's collective dense clause. Special correspondent…
By Matthew Lee, Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press
The Trump administration signaled Thursday there will be no change soon in U.S.-Russian relations, putting the onus on Moscow to prove itself if it wants closer cooperation with Washington.
By Joshua Barajas
Mohamed Abrini, a key suspect in the Nov. 13 Paris attacks, was among those arrested Friday in connection with the March 22 terror attacks in Brussels, French police officials confirmed to the Associated Press.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Sunday, April 3, Brussels re-opens its airport, 12 days after terrorists attacked it. Later, how migrants and refugees are helping to keep one small Italian town alive. And, a report on the passion of singer-songwriter Lucinda…
By Michael D. Regan
As Belgian authorities continue an expansive international investigation following last month’s terror attacks in Brussels that killed 32 people, new scrutiny is being given to security lapses that have occurred over the years at the country's nuclear facilities.
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